Where will you go after death?
Whether you are a religious person,
Or maybe there is a person who does not follow any religion.
However you must answer this most important question,
Because after the short life of this world, man is his
will go to the eternal destination. (Ecclesiastes 12:5)
In the grave where a man is buried, his soul cannot be buried there. Even if a person’s body is burned on a pyre, it cannot consume his soul. Though a man falls into the depths of the sea, his soul does not sink there.
Your spirit never dies!
Said the God of heaven and earth
“All souls are mine.”
The good or bad deeds done by a person while he is alive in the body_ (in this life) will meet his “real identity” i.e. his soul somewhere hereafter. See the reference to Hebrews 9:27.
You may have worshiped sincerely.
You may be grieving for your misdeeds.
You may even get something stolen back.
Of course all these things are necessary—
You cannot atone for your sins.
[The God of heaven, the righteous Judge of all the earth, knows your_ sins and your life—nothing is hidden from Him. You can never enter the joy and glory; of that future world with your sins.]
But this God; of heaven is a God of love. He has made a way of salvation for your life and your soul. You do not have to go to eternal destruction and hellfire. God sent Jesus into this world to save your soul. When Jesus suffered and died on the cross of Calvary, He_ took your sins upon Himself. God gave the best heaven by giving Jesus as a sacrifice for your sins. “But he was pierced for our transgressions. He was paid for our iniquities. The chastisement that brought us peace _fell upon him, and with his stripes we were healed” (Isaiah 53:5). These were prophesied words about Jesus many years before he came into this world.]
[Do you want to believe that Jesus loves you? Do you want to pray to Him and confess your sins? Do you want to repent and accept Jesus,_ the Son o_f the living God? Being completely devoted to Him, He will bring peace to your soul and give you a glorious life after death. Only then can you be sure to find an eternal abode of great joy and rest for your soul.]
But alas! The pit of destruction and the flames of unquenchable fire await those who reject the redeeming love of Jesus in this life. After death there will be no chance of turning back :or repenting. “Then he will say to the people on the left, ‘Cursed man! Depart from me , and go into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels” (Matthew 25:41). “Throw that unprofitable servant into _outer darkness, where men will weep and shave their beards “ (Matthew 25:30).
In the Holy Scriptures, the Bible, God warns of the coming final judgment of the whole earth. In this Holy Scripture, it is prophesied that clear and distinct signs will appear before the coming of that certain day of judgment.
[Before his coming there will be wars and rumors of wars, there will be trouble and confusion among the nations. Castes will rise up against each other and there will be no way to reconcile their differences of tendencies and ideas.]
There will be earthquakes and famines in various places. The Bible tells us that evil people will make things worse. At the same time people will not _]listen to the warning but they will be lovers of pleasure rather than God. Are we not experiencing these prophecies being fulfilled in our time? See Matthew 24:6, 7, 12 and 2 Timothy 3:4.
Let us take care that our righteous and great Judge will not be affected by our present prosperity or poverty, fame or infamy, or by our color, caste, caste, or creed. One day we will stand before our great Creator and Lord to be judged on the basis of our works. Read Matthew 25:32, 33.
[In a never-ending eternity there will be no time clock, no annual calendar, and no counting of centuries. The smoke of the suffering of sinners _and the wicked will rise forever—while the joy, song, gladness, and rest of the redeemed will ,never end in heaven. Make your choice now! Soon it may be too late, “Behold, now is the day of salvation” (2 Corinthians 6:2, Matthew 11:28-30).