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What Happens To Your Soul When You Die?

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This week Pastor Mike is taking on the challenge of answering your questions. Today he is answering the question, “When we die, do our souls go to heaven?” Hear the comforting answer today.

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19 thoughts on “What Happens To Your Soul When You Die?

  1. Moments before his death, Jesus told the man dieing on the cross next to him: “Truly, I say to you, TODAY you will be with me in Paradise.” – Luke 23:43Praise God, for those who have put their faith in Jesus alone, the moment this life ends, our eternal life with God begins!

    • +Bible Munch Yes, praise God!! As Christians, we have nothing to fear from death!

    • +John Payne The Bible reports six cases of suicide: Abimelech (Judges 9:52-54), Saul (1 Samuel 31:4), Saul’s armor-bearer (1 Samuel 31:5), Ahithophel (2 Samuel 17:23), Zimri (1 Kings 16:15-20), and Judas Iscariot (Matthew 27:3-5). Some would include Samson (Judges 16:25-30) in the list, yet his death was not a selfish act of self destruction but a self-sacrificing act similar to that of a soldier who sacrifices himself for his fellow soldiers. His final act did not reflect despair and hopelessness but a prayerful trust in the true God. For this reason he is mentioned among the people of faith in Hebrews 11:32. However, this was not the case with the other six that were mentioned above. They acted in despair and unbelief and forfeited any hope of heaven.But even though the examples of suicide mentioned in the Bible are all negative, this does not mean that every person who takes his or her own life is eternally lost. Perhaps a person is suffering from a pyschological disorder. Like other organs and parts of the body, the brain can also malfunction. Or perhaps someone in a moment of emotion crisis acts rashly and takes his or her own life. We cannot say in each of these cases that the person acted in unbelief. And finally it is unbelief that condemns us to eternal punishment, not any particular sin. Likewise it is trust in the crucified and risen Savior that saves us—not because we lived a good life, and not because we died a good death, but because he lived and died in our place.

  2. Good answer Pastor Mike..Jesus also says in John 5:24 that believers in Him have eternal life and do not come into judgment but are passed from death into life. I also have suggested reading Luke 16 where poor Lazarus is carried by the angels into Abraham's bosom (heaven) immediately after death.

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    • That is great to hear! God's word has the power to uplift and give us true joy!

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