You go to heaven or hell it just depends on ur faith in GOD! You will go to the pearly gates and Jesus will be there and he'll go through all the sins you've ever done on the earth. And since he is the judge he'll decide if u should go to heaven or hell. So that's basically what,in my opinion, I think will happen!
I believe that when you die, your life force, spirit, ghost, whatever, leaves the body and goes to another plane if existence, or dimension, some might call it heaven. Once there, you look back at your former life on earth to see what lessons you have learned. If you're deemed ready, you get to go on and, eventually, join God. If not, you go back to earth to hopefully learn more. Not all souls get to go on. Some stay on the next plane and help others. Some don't realize they're dead, or want to go and we call them ghosts.
From what I've heard from my dad there is a bright light & you are drawn up into it. After that he doesn't know cause he woke up on a gernie in the opperating room. The Drs said he'd died for a few min's. & they were able to bring him back alive.
I left my body for few seconds and then returned......there is life after death..ya have to make ya decision here..John 3:16 read the bible..I saw ..Jesus..while going he's real.. For God so loved the world that gave His only beggotton Son that whosoever beliveves on Him shall not perish but have everlasting life. Call on him ..he will answer....
1. My useful organs and tissues will be harvested for transplantation. 2. My remains will be sent to the Forensic Anthropology body farm at UT-Knoxville. 3. My friends and family will mourn, for a time. 4. The world will go on.
I do not know; because I was never dead before! And, I refuse to let my imagination be decided for myself upon the forgery of ancient impostors. Since gods failed to tell me where I came from before birth; I find no reason to believe the same gods about where I will be going after death. I chose life, and that is why death doesn't concern me.
By the way, no one knows what happens after death, since no one (except credulous impostors) ever came back from death to give others any credible testimony. Of this life, we know too little; of death, nothing at all.
As the Catechism says, death puts an end to human life as the time open to either accepting or rejecting the divine grace manifested in Christ. In other words there are no opportunities to grow in holiness, no second chances. After we die we immediately stand before the judgement seat of Jesus and He will reward us based on how we have lived our lives, on how we have responded to the blessings and graces He gave us. This is called the particular judgement, because it refers to each of us individually. If we have died in the state of grace, we will go to Heaven or spend some time in purgatory. If we have died in a state of mortal sin, we will immediately go to Hell. Many of our culture are afraid of death. Why? Probably because they do not really grasp the meaning of life. We need to prepare ourselves for death by living our lives as Jesus calls us to, by loving Him with all our strength and loving our neighbors as ourselves. Many of the great saints longed for their time on earth to come to an end so that they could go home to be with the Lord. They were unafraid of death because they understood the purpose of life and lived it: They loved.
"All your life you will sweat to master it, until your dying day. Then you will return to the ground from which you came. For you were made from the ground, and to the ground you will return." Genesis 3:19 (Living Bible) Definition: The ceasing of all functions of life. After breathing, heartbeat, and brain activity stop. the life force gradually ceases to function in the body cells. Death is the opposite of life.
I believe once every organ in your body stops working, and the last drop of blood comes to a stop. No thought will ever pass your mind again. Once the darkness consumes you, thats all there will be. Nothing