IS YOUR LIFE IN HELL OR HEAVEN?

You contain both the skies and the hells.

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Although no one like contemplating their own death, there are times when we have no choice but to do so. As the virus spreads, the number of patients in hospitals increases, which puts a strain on the healthcare system. Survival is the most important thing for us, both on an individual and a national level. Nevertheless, for a great number of people, including those who are, on the whole, in good health, the crisis has unexpectedly reawakened the spectre of death itself. Death is a constant companion of ours, despite the fact that most of the time we make an effort to ignore it. You might also make an effort to brush it off by laughing it off in more normal situations.


Because nobody knows what happens to us when we pass away, we should leave that question up to those who are knowledgeable in the subject. Paradise is experienced when feelings of unconditional love and satisfaction, as well as harmony and connection with other people, are present. When we are experiencing such feelings, it is as if we have come full circle and are back where we belong. In addition, by raising your vibration, engaging in self-reflection, and being true to who you are, you may establish a connection that is more firmly rooted at home.


Christendom's perspective


It should come as no surprise, however, that the Christian faith places a significant emphasis on the concept of a hereafter. Even if our lives continue after we die, the question of what kind of fate awaits us on the other side is still an open one, and the many Christian concepts of heaven and hell are provided as replies to this question. Heaven and hell, according to a doctrine that is prevalent in the culture of Christians, are both basically just rewards and recompenses for the sorts of lives that are lived here on earth.


The scales of justice are usually considered to balance in this manner, with good people receiving paradise as a just reward for leading a virtuous life and bad people receiving hell as a reasonable punishment for living an immoral one; in this way, the balances of justice are balanced. However, virtually all Christian theologians hold the position that such a perspective, regardless of how widespread it may be in popular culture, is too simplistic and unrefined; they feel that the perspective presented in the Bible is far more complex.


When we look at the theological and philosophical literature in the Christian tradition, we find a staggering diversity of different theological ideas, many of which are in direct opposition to one another. This is the same thing that we would find in the literature of any other significant religious tradition. Very different understandings of moral evil and the purpose of punishment, as well as very different perspectives on the nature of moral responsibility and the possibility of inherited guilt, can be found among the various perspectives on hell. These conceptions of divine love, divine justice, and divine grace are just some of the aspects of the divine that can vary greatly from one belief system to another.


We have the power to conceive of both heaven and hell for ourselves. We are native to paradise, which serves as our primary residence. When we come to this planet, we bring a piece of the place we came from with us. You have arrived in paradise when you have achieved total happiness in every aspect of your life. It is not necessary to be physically present in paradise in order to have a paradisiacal experience.


In the Abrahamic family of monotheistic faiths, which includes Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, theological reflection typically includes an interpretation of various works considered as sacred and authoritative. This adds another layer of complexity to the situation.


However, the meaning of these texts, particularly when read in their original languages, is not always evident to all reasonable interpreters; that is to say, not even those who consider a relevant source to be authoritative appear to be able to agree on its right interpretation. Nevertheless, in spite of the bewildering variety of theological opinions, there might be a very simple way to identify three primary eschatological viewpoints within the Christian faith. Once these three primary views have been identified, numerous ideas regarding heaven and hell can be organized according to these three primary perspectives.

  • God does not want you to perish in hell.

  • Hell was not designed for humans. Because God is a GOD OF LOVE, and He LOVED YOU SO MUCH, He sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to this planet to suffer a terrible death on a cross to pay the ransom a HOLY GOD requires for your sins, according to Matthew 25:41.

  • "But God demonstrated His love toward us in that, while we were still sinners, Christ died for us," reads Romans 5:8.

  • God does not condemn anybody to damnation. When you reject Jesus Christ, you choose damnation. When you reject God's unconditional love offer of eternal life in Jesus Christ.


It's easy to be saved:

  • Know that you are a sinner. "No one is righteous, says Romans 3:10, because there is no difference between people. Because everyone has done wrong and falls short of God's glory." Bible 3:23 says:

  • You have to realize that you CAN'T SAVE YOURSELF.

  • "But we are all like filthy rags, and all of our righteous acts are like filthy rags," says the Bible. 64:6 Isaiah

  • "Not because of our good deeds, but because of His kindness, He saved us..." 3:5 Titus

  • Recognize that Jesus Christ died on the cross to pay the price for your sins.

  • "Who bore our sins in his own body on the tree,..." 1 Peter 2:24 "... to Him who loved us and washed our sins away..."


Take away

The concept of vibrational recurrence is shown in the following image. The further down the diagram you progress, the more possible it is that you will one day establish your very own paradise anywhere in the world. The farther down the graph you are, the more probable it is that you will be the one to ignite your own personal inferno. Where exactly do you place yourself inside this diagram?

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The first and last parts of something; the principal component of thoughts or focal point of attention. The beginning and the end of something is referred to as "Alpha and Omega," and the term describes both. It is also possible to use it to signify the primary concept or constituent parts of something. The separate names "alpha" and "omega" were conceptualized after the Greek alphabet.


The first and last parts of something; the principal component of thoughts or focal point of attention. The beginning and the end of something is referred to as "Alpha and Omega," and the term describes both. It is also possible to use it to signify the primary concept or constituent parts of something. The separate names "alpha" and "omega" were conceptualized after the Greek alphabet.


Laziness and other persistent vices will result in punishment. The ideal existence continued to improve in every way: in terms of contentment, riches, love, and accomplishments. Where do you think you might be able to make a difference? What will result in you receiving a higher level?


Heaven And Hell


“The mind is a universe and can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.” John Milton
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