God's handywork

Beliefs about Life after Death, What Happens after we Die?



Where will I go when i die? Is there life after death? If so, what happens after you die? Is death the end of existence or is there something else?

There are some who believe that once you die, there is no more existance of any kind. On the other hand even though many believe that there is some sort of existance they are not sure of what that exactly means. The Bible gives us a quite of bit of information about this; but either they don't believe it or simply just never read God's word to find out what it says.

If there was no existence after death then there would be no Heaven or no Hell. There would have been no purpose of Jesus coming to this earth in bodily form and then taking on the cruel death of Crucifixion on the cross for our sins. If our life ended here after death, why would Jesus die for our sins, with no eternal purpose.

There is a saying that 'there are no atheiest in a foxhole'. In reality when we are at a point in our lives that we think we are facing our death, I believe almost everyone wonders if there is just something after this. In Heb. 9:27 it says "And as it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment".

Don't kid yourself about what awaits the future. If you knew or believed what the future has in store for those who have not given thier life to Christ; you would be in such fear you would run to Christ and beg for forgiveness.

So, where will I go when i die? Yes, it is your life and also your eternal destiny; but let me tell, you once you take your last breath here, there is no more opportunity to repent; and you will either end up in Heaven or Hell; depending if you accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour.

There will be no arguments left for you to secure your way into Heaven. There will only await an eternal destiny in an awful place called Hell. Consider reading in God's word about what Hell is like and then compare to what Heaven is like. Where would rather be, you will be in one or the other.