Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Domiree, Jun 5, 2019.

  1. Domiree

    Domiree Member

    What happens at the moment of death? Well, it’s important, first of all, to understand that you are more than just a physical being, more than just a body and a brain and internal organs.

    Scripture says that we are spirit, soul and body. The spirit and the soul have been variously defined, but I think everybody can agree that the hidden person of the heart (Romans 7:22) as Paul refers to the spirit, is the real you. It’s the part of you that when the body is no longer functioning, no longer alive, the spirit then lives on.

    In fact, remember that James wrote in his epistle that just as the body without the spirit is dead, so also faith without works is dead (James 2:26). So there you have it. The body without the spirit is dead.

    When Your Heart Stops Beating
    When your heart stops beating, when there’s no longer any breathing going on, the spirit evacuates the body.

    It’s interesting, because we hear those stories about people who die on the operating table, and then they’re resuscitated and so forth, and a lot of them say the same things. “I left my body. I came out of my body,” And they describe “I” as a person who has features just like a body has. “I floated above my body and I looked down.” So I have eyes, so I have a head, I’m looking down, I’m seeing them trying to get my heart going again.

    Sometimes people describe things that happened in the operating room that they wouldn’t have known otherwise from any other vantage point other than being up above their body. So interesting stuff, and we don’t want to build a theology on what happens in operating rooms, but this is biblical.

    You are a spiritual being. So at the moment of death, here’s the first thing that happens: the spirit leaves the body. There’s some indication that angels will be there. We know that when Jesus told the story of the rich man and Lazarus, they talked about how the angels escorted Lazarus to, in this case, what was called “Abraham’s bosom” or “paradise” (See Luke 16:19-31).
  2. yhanmar08

    yhanmar08 Member

    Yes it is Exist thats what i believe. We believe in God, angels, Saint and spirit right? So why don't we believe in heaven and hell. All the things that we done it this earth if we are a good or bad person that is the category if we go to heaven or in the hell. If you are good person and you follow God in your life. Im sure you are gpinv in heaven. But if not you and you disobey him. you are going to hell.
    My mom just died recently and i belive that she is now in heaven. I feel it because she was a good mom to us. And as a catholic we pray and follow all the God rules that said in the bible.
  3. Warren1967

    Warren1967 Well-Known Member

    I think you will only know that when the time comes. The way you live your life is will tell where you are headed if you believe in heaven or hell. What matters is that you live your life to the fullest. Avoid doing bad as much as possible and try to do good things for yourself and others. Make full use of your skills and talents while you can. When the time comes, then you will know.
  4. AngKool27

    AngKool27 Member

    for me hell and Heaven is Real, The Book Of Revelation.
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  6. nheilm2020

    nheilm2020 Member

    As a Christian, I strongly believe that heaven and hell are existing. Try to read a bible, you will learn many justifications that hell and heaven are real and exist even before the new generation people live in this ever wild world.

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