Well think about this I think that most people that kill themselves might not be really I think "with the whole program" because you probably have a medical condition like a mental disorder or something like that, if there not in the right mind you could say, is that really there fault? And also you don't know what that person is thinking the moment before he/she kills themselves. But in general yes, suicide is a mortal sin which you would got to hell for.
Depends on the choices the person made before killing themselves. If a person chose Him while alive and accepted the Gift of Grace then suicide is not going to cancel that out. That person will not go to hell. It is not an unforgivable sin. If the person chose Not Him in life then yes that person will go to hell.
God gave you life and only He can take it away. If you presume to be better than God by taking your life, you will spend eternity in HELL. The same punishment is meted out to someone who terminates a new life before it is brought forward through birth. Committing the sin of abortion gets you the same punishment.
The commandment actually reads " thou shalt not commit murder" and as for what happens to you, nobody knows. Religions all have their own answer and their believers go along with that. Catholics say you go to hell, Hindus say you are reincarnated at a lower level and will have a tougher life, etc. leaving religion out of it since they don't have the answers either, suicide is a cowardly way out of a temporary problem. No matter how bad things are, in a year things will be different, in 10 years totally different and the person committing suicide never accounts for how their selfish action affects friends, relatives, etc
I just asked the same thing, from what I really believe is yes you will, God forgives all you're sins. But, if you are thinking going that way please don't, I had to go to Pine Rest, and talk to people, who really, really help. Hope things get better for you, (if you're thinking about suicide.)
According to the Bible, suicide is not what determines whether a person gains entrance into heaven. If an unsaved person commits suicide, he has done nothing but "expedite" his journey to hell. However, that person who committed suicide will ultimately be in hell for rejecting salvation through Christ, not because he committed suicide. Suicide is still a serious sin against God. According to the Bible, suicide is murder; it is always wrong.
Suicide is a seriously sinful. Human life is a precious gift of God. Suicide contradicts the natural inclination of the human being to preserve and perpetuate life. It is gravely contrary to the just love of self, according to the Catechism. One who freely chooses to commit suicide with sufficient reflection and deliberation, knowing it to be seriously sinful, sins mortally. Even so, many (if not most) people who commit suicide may not freely be doing something they understand to be sinful. This makes it a venial sin, which does not land one in hell. If one dies unrepentant of mortal sin, he or she will immediately go to hell. Severe psychological factors may be involved in the situation. These can diminish the responsibility of the one committing suicide. (My answer continues in the comments)
As long as you have accepted Jesus into your heart, you will not go to hell. Once saved, always saved. Just because you committed suicide does not mean that you "lost your salvation" and will go to hell. As long as you are saved you will go to heaven.
I love how everyone is giving answers so confidently, when seriously, who actually knows? People who do commit suicide obviously don't take it lightly or as a temporary fix, unless you've been in that boat you can't judge, so please, just stop. It makes me really sad to think that people go through so much hell on earth, then everyone calls them sinful and against God. Depression is a disease, you have no idea how they actually feel. They can get help, but sometimes it just flat out doesn't work.