Re: What do you think happens to you when you die?

U R right...but I'm betting on what I have been investing in the past several decades... I believe in the Bible...and what it says.  check out John 3:16....Peace is what I have about heaven...My mom died this last year.  I had a year of grief and deep thinking.  But...I'm back to a peaceful resolution...Jesus was in the beginning and in the beginning was the word.  I find peace, daily strength in reading the bible...and then journaling...almost like chatting with God...while I write...I have to say that the Lord has been loyal to me.  In good and bad days...he sits with me, counsels me...and in the next will be the with Him forever.  I'm absolutely certain of this.  I refuse to believe that I will be worms in a box or ashes in the flesh yes...but my will be with God as it is now.  I hope that this offers you some peace or thought to ponder as you rest. 

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