Life After Death, What Does the Bible Say

Life After Death, What Does the Bible Say

Are you not sure about whether there is life after death? Would you like to know what the Bible has to say on this subject? This video will answer those questions.

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abdulla alhusein says:

did you ever know that the muslims love jesus more than Christians you know why ?? I'll tell firstly muslims say that jesus didn't die but he went up to allah and know he is in the heaven waiting for the coming of the lair christ to come down to us setting on the wings of the angel Gabriel while the Christians say that jesus died . and secondly muslims say that jesus was a prophet from god that means that jesus didn't do any sin to allah because allah protected him from sins while the Christians say that all prophets were like human and they can do sins in islam we respect the prophets but in Christianity the prophets are homosexual and killers I mean how the god can contact with homosexual and killers how ?? and omg the god didn't know how to have forgiveness until he made his son killed on a cross omg guys you have no brains inside of your heads

Pk GAMER says:

The Bible is faked

victoria david says:

Spirit is a living force given by God.When someone dies that force returns to God. If this is some spiritual personality continues living on heaven with God, where is the hell? Your statement is contradictory. When Jesus said to a man dying beside those words did really happened as you are explaining? No. Jesus could not be with the man in paradise since he was dead for three days and after that forty days he was on earth before he was went to heaven. Parable about Lazarus and rich man is just an illustration,parable. When his friend Lazarus died Jesus said to Martha that his brother will rise again after the Judgment Day. He did not say that Lazarus is on heaven, but he said that he is a sleep, dead. For what we need the resurrection if there is afterlife? Resurrection is the main Bible teaching, the gift from God. Afterlife is Satan' lie when he said to Eve that if she taste forbidden fruit she will not die though God said that she will.

Marie Savannah says:

The book of John 8 I think Jesus say when the holy spirit come he will guide us in all the Truth the devil did a good job since the garden of Eden with Adam and Eve he want them to believe that the day they disobey God they will not die he want them to believe that God lie to them and because death didnt come straightaway they thought that the devil was right but death did come he want us to believe that we can keep on living after death, the doctrine of the immortality of the soul is the greatest deception of the devil who was first preach to Adam and Eve and keep going among Sunday preachers today if they dont ask God to give them them some light on that subject they will be deceive, its one of the greatest deception that the devil will use in the end of Time if people dont know the truth they will fall for the false Christ when he come the bible is clear about death when we die we die till Jesus come for resurrection, Jesus was a perfect example when he die did he go to heaven straightway no when he met Marie he says dont touch me I have not ascended to my father yet when Lazarus die Jesus call him back to life did he came from heaven no he came for the tomb I pray that you will ask God to give you more light on this important subject so you don't misled people its time for people to wake up to study for themselves and dont take the word of men as Truth God has given us enough tool to search and know the word for ourself we need to study for ourselves, in the judgement we wont be able to say to God ididn know i believe what this man said was true we will have to give an account for ourselves….

Nathan Saunders says:

Thankyou for your time and effort in making this video

Martin Simpson says:

There is a different view on the verses you quote.
Teaching that God will torment in conscious Hell-fire His lost children and our lost loved ones for all eternity is a good way to turn people off God. Please consider the alternative view.

“And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” Genesis 2:7

God did not put a soul into Adam’s body – Adam became a living soul.
Body plus Breath of life = Living soul.
Body minus breath of life = Lifeless soul.
The Bible speaks of dead bodies (lit. souls) in Leviticus 21:11 and Numbers 6:6.
“Thou takest away their breath, they die, and return to their dust.” Psalm 104:29. Death is the opposite of life.

Do souls die?
“The soul that sinneth, it shall die.” Ezekiel 18:4, 20
“Every living soul in the sea died.” Revelation 16:3
Joshua destroyed souls. Joshua 10:28, 30, 32
God stopped Adam & Eve eating from the tree of life after they sinned. Why?
“Lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever.” Genesis 3:22-24.
The wicked do not receive eternal life. They will die.

Doesn’t our spirit return to God when we die? Ecclesiastes 12:7
Ecclesiastes 12:7 “Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was: and the spirit (Hebrew ruach – breath) shall return unto God who gave it.”
This speaks about of all who die, both the righteous and the wicked. All bodies return to the earth and the spirit in all returns to God. The spirit which returns to God when we die is the breath of life. ‘We’ don’t return to God when we die because ‘we’ were not with God before this life.

Did the thief on the cross go to Paradise with Christ the day he died? Luke 23:43
No. On Sunday morning Jesus said, “I am not yet ascended to my Father.” John 20:17. This shows that Christ did not go to Paradise where His Father is* the day He died.
The original Greek did not have any punctuation and the translators misplaced the comma, making it appear that Jesus and the thief went to Paradise on crucifixion Friday.
The verse should read, “Verily I say unto thee to day, [comma] thou shalt be with Me in Paradise.”
Why did Christ say, “today,…”? Because it was a day when it seemed He could save no one yet on that day He could give the assurance, “I say unto thee today, thou shalt be with Me in Paradise.” When Christ comes into His Kingdom (v 42), at the Second Coming (Matt. 25:31), He will resurrect the repentant thief and take him to Paradise at that time. (*Paradise is Heaven where the Father is. Comp. 2Cor. 12:2-4; Rev. 2:7; 22:1-2).

Does the story of the rich man & Lazarus teach eternal torment in Hell-fire? (Luke 16:19-31).
This story is a parable and uses things that are not real, to teach a lesson. The dead don’t dead take their bodies (eyes, tongues, fingers) to their rewards, as soon as they die. They don’t go to their rewards before the judgment. They aren’t in Abraham's bosom. A single drop of water wouldn’t really relieve a man's suffering in Hell-fire.
– This parable was the fifth of five parables that Jesus spoke to the Pharisees (Luke 15:4 to Luke 16:31).
– This parable begins in a similar way to other parables, “There was a certain rich man…” (Compare Mk. 12:1; Lk. 15:11; 12:16; 19:11-12).
– As Jesus taught those not within His group of disciples in parables (Mark 4:11, 34), and, as this was spoken to the Pharisees (Luke 16:14-19), it is a parable.
– The phrase “the Bosom of Abraham,” and images such as the chasm separating the underworld in two, are only found outside the Bible in Jewish mythology.
– The rich man represented the Jews, because only a Jew would cry to “Father Abraham.” Lazarus represented the poor and/or the Gentiles (cf. Luke 16:21; Mark 7:26-29). The parable is not to teach what happens when we die, it teaches the following:
– Rich or Jewish is no guarantee of salvation.
– One’s destiny is decided by the decisions made in this present life. There is no second chance.
– Doctrine is to be established by the written Word of God, not miracles: “If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead.” (Luke 16:31).
– Why did Jesus name a character in His parable “Lazarus”? Because Jesus raised a man named Lazarus from the dead, and as Jesus said, “they would not believe”
*See Josephus, Discourse Concerning Hades.

eddy blandon says:

So the Lord said to the thief "without a doubt" today you will be with me in Paradise, but He did not go to Paradise that day. If you keep reading you will find in John 20:17 He later told Mary that He had not yet ascended to His Father. So either He lied to the thief that they would be in Paradise that same day or what He really said was: "Assuredly, I say to you today, you will be with me in Paradise" speaking of the future. See how changing the placement of the comma changes the meaning of the sentence? The Lord does not lie. People will not go to Heaven until after the resurrection at His second coming. Amen.

emeritus511 says:

after death there will be a question angel in your tomb. just info.

Jackie love says:

Good God bless you.i am a believer but hv bn asking where exactly do pple go after they die. thnks alot

Ivan casillas says:

Good video. God bless.

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