Life After Death?

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I’ve been talking with people from everywhere, to find out what they think about life after death. Their answers have been interesting! Some have said they believe after death, it’s just nothing. Some say your energy returns to the air. Some say you get reincarnated as someone else.

The Bible says it is appointed for man once to die, and then comes the judgment (Hebrews 9:27).

But what is the judgment? It’s based on God’s Law. God’s law is holy, righteous and perfect. And if you break even one part of it, it’s like you’ve broken the whole thing.

For example, have you ever told a lie? Then you’ve broken the ninth commandment.

Have you ever used God’s name as a curse word? You’ve broken the third commandment.

Have you always loved God more than anything else? No? Then you’ve broken the first commandment.

Are you a good person? Take the test.

The Law is like a schoolmaster to bring us to Christ.  God knew that no one could keep his law, so he made a provision for us. He sent his only Son to live a perfect life — he was tempted in every way we are, yet was without sin — and he died a criminal’s death, to make atonement for our sin. God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God (2 Cor. 5:21).  So the only way to salvation is  repentance and faith in Jesus Christ. It’s not possible to earn your way into heaven. No one can be a good person according to God’s standard!

Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” John 14:6

Thanks for reading!

Shoutout to those who took the time to speak with me!

Today’s Participants, October 13th, 2019:

  • Couple that grew up in England
  • Lady on the train, with Hindu/Muslim background
  • Lady waiting for the bus with Muslim background
  • 2 Baseball fans
  • Interdimensional bro
  • Christian sister

Today’s Participants, October 12th, 2019:

  • The couple from London
  • Atheist bro
  • Girl from Michigan
  • Brazilian couple
  • Family from Italy
  • Skater who went to Catholic school
  • Guy who asked me, “Is ‘I don’t know’ an option?”
  • Girl who said our energy goes into space

Earlier Participants:

  • Ryan from the train
  • La Colombiana 😉
  • The couple from Spain
  • Daniel from NYC
  • Mother and daughter from Germany
  • Couple from Czech Republic
  • Man from Albania
  • Two young men from Peru

And many more!

Thanks for reading! Stacey

Good person video here.


  1. The Gospel of John the only book of the Bible whose written stated purpose, for being written (John 20:31). States how a person receives eternal life over 25 times.

    That is a person believes that Jesus (of the New Testament) is the promised, Messiah (Christ) from Old Testament prophecies. When they come to believe this, they then trust in the Promised Messiah for His gift of His eternal life to anyone looking for eternal life. When the person trust,believes,has faith in the Messiah for eternal life. They immediately cross over from death to life (eternal life) never to be lost.

    Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die. Do you believe this?”

    She said to Him, “Yes, Lord, I believe that You are the Christ, the Son of God, who is to come into the world.”

    Neither the acts of love, or zeal, or repentance, or fear, or worship, or any other acts of obedience, are appointed as the means of our justification, because these actions carry in them an appearance of our doing something for God, our answering the demands of some law; and this would make our justification by a law of works: but faith is that act of soul whereby we renounce our own works as the ground of our acceptance; acknowledging our own unworthiness, and giving the entire honor to Divine grace. We are saved by grace, that God may have the glory of all.

    Isaac Watts 1674-1748

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