When one faces death many times those who love that person rally, and begin to pray vehemently and get others to pray for God to intervene as well. Don’t get mad at me, but sometimes I think to myself—“What’s wrong with heaven, that we would pray people out of it?"
I understand that we surly don’t want our loved ones dying, or for that fact, no one dying, but the fact is, we all die, no getting out of it. However, I want to remind you that heaven is God’s best. The enlightenment, the revelations, and the knowledge, will be just a few of the things we will experience on the other side in glory land.
As long as you live on this earth, trials, suffering, sickness and sorrow continue to arrive sooner than later. These things are just part of life.
However, on the other side—No more heart-ache, no more sickness and no more sorrow! That sounds like a pretty good trade to me. No one would turn-down 100% spiritual blessings, 100% praise and worship, 100% joy and prosperity, no one would want to keep sickness and disease? Would they? No one would leave total peace and happiness for murder, death, loneliness and poverty.
The hard fact about death is the unknown. However, remember, salvation came by faith. The just shall live by faith. If you’ve been declared righteous through the blood of Jesus Christ, your spotless Lamb and present Lion then you have become a candidate for citizenship in God’s great heavenly domain.
Yes, death is the great unknown, but when you begin to study Revelation 21 and 22, Isaiah 6, and Ezekiel 47 maybe, just maybe, your spiritual eyes will be opened. The great unknown is your home, and God will be the center of this great throne.