What is the
About the fate and the
destination of the dead there is much discord. But what can we
learn from the Bible?
at this: for the hour is coming,
all that are in the graves shall hear his voice,
have done good,
resurrection of life;
that have done evil,
resurrection of damnation.
Does this mean that JEHWAH
is going to torture the wicked in purgatory, or for ever in hell?
This is also answered in the Bible.
For yet a
wicked shall not be:
shalt diligently consider his place,
shall not be.
meek shall inherit the earth;
delight themselves in the abundance of peace.
Watch the fate of the
wicked, first they get resurrected, then they are judged and
afterwards simply destroyed.
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But how is that possible,
people that have perished for a long time, some of them even
burned, to give them a resurrection? The Bible answeres:
Are not two
sparrows sold for a farthing?
and one of
them shall not fall on the ground without your Father.
very hairs of your head are all numbered.
Fear ye not
ye are of
more value than many sparrows.
JEHWAH knows our DNA
perfectly, even our thoughts and he will recreate us perfectly (
only then in a perfect body ). The Bible explains:
knoweth the thoughts of man,
proof for the resurrection is that Jesjoewa ( Jesus ) during his
life on Earth also resurrected dead people. A good example is
Lazarus, a good friend of Jesjoewa ( Jesus ) and a brother of
Martha. Lazarus was already dead for 4 days. I have typed some
Jesus ) saith unto her,
shall rise again.
saith unto him,
I know that
he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day.
said unto her,
I am the
resurrection, and the life:
believeth in me,
were dead, yet shall he live;
( Jesus ) resurrects Lazarus, who was dead for 4 days ( John
11:43+44 ). So death in the Bible is compared with people that
sleep ( John 11:11 ), and not with people that were secretly in
heaven. For the rest the resurrection from the death ( which
Martha spoke about ) will take place when God's Kingdom rules on
Earth ( See: Thy Kingdom comes! ).
And many of
them that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake,
and some to
shame and everlasting contempt.
Further examples of the
resurrection from the dead are found in: 1Kings 17:17-23, 2Kings
4:32-37, 2Kings 13:20+21, Luke 7:12-15, Matthew 28:1-7, John
20:13-19, John 20:26-29, Acts 9:36-43, Acts 20:9-12 and