No one knows. People say they know - they don#039;t. No one knows. In all likelihood, death is the end of each of our existences. You might hope for more, but don#039;t believe anybody selling eternal life - they don#039;t even know they don#039;t know.
quot;For as in Adam all die even so in Christ shall all be made alivequot;. Christ was crucified and rose on the third day. Others were resurrected also at the time of christ. it is mentioned in the four gospels that the Savior said on the cross to the thief quot;today thou shalt be with me in paradisequot; The bible has many scriptures that speak of the resurrection. The prrophet Job spoke of it. It is one of the central themes of the bible. Yes we all will live again. It is a gift made possible through Christ from a loving heavenly father. so to answer the question we go to paradise where we live with christ and our loved ones. it's all in the bible if you believe the bible to be the word of God
This question has come up many times and always produces the same kind of opinions. It's time to find a solution, and I know how to do that.
I passed my three-score and ten some years ago and, when you consider that my body has already begun to slip into rigor mortis (I like to get unpleasant things out of the way quickly) I can't have more than a few years left. Maybe less.
So here's my proposition.
If you want to know what lies beyond the grave (or, in my case, the barbecue) you may register by sending $50 to email@example.com.
If I survive death I will email Daizy with a full description of either the Elysian fields or the Devil's playground, and she'll pass on the information so that you can repent in time.
If you don't hear from me you'll know that we just drift away in a dreamless sleep and you can live your life without fear of Divine retribution.
This is an introductory offer. The fee is linked to market demand and will rise substantially as December 21, 2012 draws nigh.