Inside the Christian confidence, there is a lot of perplexity with respect to what occurs after death. Some hold that after death, everybody "dozes" until the last judgment, after which everybody will be sent to heaven or hell. Others trust that right now of death, individuals are immediately judged and sent to their interminable goals. Still others assert that when individuals die, their spirits/spirits are sent to a "temporary" heaven or hell, to anticipate the last restoration, the last judgment, and afterward the conclusiveness of their unceasing goal. Things being what they are, what precisely does the Bible say occurs after death?
To begin with, for a believer of Jesus Christ, the Bible reveals to us that after death adherents' spirits/spirits are taken to heaven, in light of the fact that their transgressions are excused by having gotten Christ as Savior (John 3:16, 18, 36). For adherents, death is to be "far from the body and at home with the Lord" (2 Corinthians 5:6-8; Philippians 1:23). Be that as it may, sections, for example, 1 Corinthians 15:50-54 and 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17 portray adherents being restored and given celebrated bodies. On the off chance that devotees go to be with Christ quickly after death, what is the motivation behind this restoration? It appears that while the spirits/spirits of devotees go to be with Christ instantly after death, the physical body stays in the grave "dozing." At the restoration of adherents, the physical body is revived, celebrated, and after that rejoined with the spirit/soul. This rejoined and celebrated body-soul-soul will be the ownership of adherents for forever in the new heavens and new earth (Revelation 21-22).
Second, for the individuals who don't get Jesus Christ as Savior, death implies everlasting discipline. In any case, like the destiny of adherents, unbelievers additionally appear to be sent quickly to a temporary holding place, to anticipate their last restoration, judgment, and everlasting destiny. Luke 16:22-23 portrays a rich man being tormented quickly after death. Disclosure 20:11-15 depicts all the unbelieving dead being revived, judged at the immense white position of authority, and after that being thrown into the pool of flame. Unbelievers, at that point, are not sent to hell (the pool of flame) quickly after death, but instead are in a temporary domain of judgment and judgment. In any case, despite the fact that unbelievers are not in a flash sent to the pool of flame, their prompt destiny after death is certifiably not a lovely one. The rich man shouted out, "I am in distress in this fire" (Luke 16:24).
Along these lines, after death, a person dwells in a "temporary" heaven or hell. After this temporary domain, at the last revival, a person's interminable destiny won't change. The exact "area" of that everlasting destiny is what changes. Adherents will eventually be conceded entrance into the new heavens and new earth (Revelation 21:1). Unbelievers will at last be sent to the pool of flame (Revelation 20:11-15). These are the last, endless goals surprisingly—construct completely in light of regardless of whether they had trusted Jesus Christ alone for salvation (Matthew 25:46; John 3:36).