What Must I do to go to heaven after my death-I


The average life span of Man is 56 years.

0-5yrs Childhood
6-22yrs Education
23-58yrs Working hard for his family
@58yrs(Retirement Announced by Government now extended to 60-65 depending upon their performance.

Before Reaching his retirement, Man faces death. Man did all the worldly things perfect, He makes his children to get settled, build house and guest houses near beach. Man Satisfy all the needs of his family his wife his sons and daughters and their grand children.

If Man does all these things in a perfect manner, Appreciate its good but lost his own soul, then what is the use of his living in this earth? If he lost his soul he wont enter into heaven. It says beautifully in the verse of Matthew 16:26

New International Version (©1984)
What profit will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet lose his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his lost soul?

New Living Translation (©2007)
And what do you benefit if you gain the whole world but lose your own soul? Is anything worth more than your soul?

Do You think Adolf Hitler is in heaven??? Ruler and leader but lost his soul.

The Bible reveals that everyone (except Christ Jesus) has sinned … Romans 3:23 …’For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God.’ …

And what is the penalty of sin? … Romans 6:23 …’For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.’

Many People justified themselves, am helping orphans to study, Kind hearted, help poor and needy people satisfy their needs. Why should i need to accept Christ? Even though am a righteous man? Remember Jesus is the only way to heaven. If You feed the needy, Appreciate its good, You are lending money to Lord, God blessed you more and more in the earth and pay(return) back to you double the money which you gave, while you are living in the earth itself. You cant able to claim that benefit to reach heaven.

The death of Jesus Christ completed the redemptive work. The Lamb of God has made His great sacrifice for the world.

The payment was paid in full. A few moments before His death Jesus declared,

“It is finished!”

. The Son gave His report to the Father in a loud voice so all mankind could hear it.

You and I can never make satisfaction for our own sins, You cannot atone for your sins committed.

Only God can forgive sins. Only the death of the perfect Lamb of God can cover your trespasses against God. The satisfaction of Christ is the only satisfaction for sin. The perfect sacrifice of Christ is so perfect and final that it leaves no possible liability for any sin of the believer.

Jesus did not say, “I am finished.” In essence He said, “It was finished

Without shedding of blood, there is no redemption for sin.
Jesus, Author of Salvation, shedding of His own blood in the cross for the redemption of all human sins
Without Jesus, there is no Salvation
Without Salvation, no entry pass to heaven.

Our atonement was completed in the moment of Christ’s death for our sins (2 Cor. 5:21).

After a death of each person, soul came out of the body very happily saying, oh am free now here after no troubles, no pains, no problems, no worries, no tension, no pension,no necessary of business partner, no pressures of life-partner , no fears,no tears when it reaches to certain height it was so happy, after reaching some more certain height, if the soul is not reborn in christ(not Accepted Jesus christ as its own savior) the satan from the hell came out immediately and pulled that soul and pushes it into hell, that soul cried aloud for help, Jesus able to hear the cry of the soul But Jesus was helpless.

What Must I do to go to heaven after my death????????

The only thing left for you to do is believe on Christ. The finished work of Christ is absolutely sufficient to save you and keep you saved.

The reason for this great assurance of salvation is the redemptive shedding of His blood, done once for all, is finished and stands finished forever (Heb. 7:27; 9:12, 16; Rom. 6:10). “It is finished!” shouts Jesus our Savior.

Have you confessed to God that you are a sinner and that you deserve eternal condemnation? Have you believed in the death of Jesus and what He accomplished for you in that death has satisfied the righteous requirements of God to save you for all eternity? It is not what we bring in our hands; it is what Christ has done in His hands that save us.

The apostle Paul declared,

“There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus” (Romans 8:1).

life of a person after his death


life of a person after his death, in other words What will happen once the person dies???

Like our God (Trinity=> Father God(Jehovah), Jesus(Son of God), and Holy Spirit three in the form of one.)Similarly, inside every person, there is soul,spirit,and body three in the form of one,

Once a person died, Body will go back to ground of earth, Spirit will returned back to God.

THE DEATH OF JESUS

Luke 23:46 …’And when Jesus had cried with a loud voice, he said, Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit: and having said thus, he gave up the ghost.’

John 19:29 Jesus said, “It is finished.” With that, he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.

Then what happen to soul???? Yes it will go either to heaven or to hell.

Dust of the ground (Body) + The breath of life (Spirit) = A living being (Soul/Man)

what-is-man

what-is-man

Soul will never die, lives forever because its…………….It was the breath of life from God that brought Adam to life, making him a living soul. That’s the important point to gain from this. Adam wasn’t “GIVEN” a soul. Adam BECAME a living soul with the breath (Spirit) of God inside of him.

What is Man Exactly? How Was he Created by God?

Genesis 2:7 (NKJV)…’And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man(Adam) became a living being.’

Breath of Life

Ecclesiastes 12:7 …’Then the dust will return to the earth as it was, And the spirit will return to God who gave it.’

James 2:26 …’For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.’

What happen to this soul?

Ezekiel 18:20 …’The soul who sins shall die(go to hell after death).’

Matthew 10:28 …’Jesus says, “And fear not them(Worldly people) who kill the body, but they are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear God who able to destroy both soul and body in hell.”

This article is meant to discuss the Biblical differences between the spirit, the soul, and the body. Which is extremely important to understand. Having or not having a firm understanding of this will determine you can able to understand exactly what Jesus did on the cross, what He did afterward, and what He promises for YOU if you die as one of God’s elect.

A few moments before His death Jesus declared,

“It is finished!” (John 19:30).

It is one word in the Greek and can be translated, “Done!” “Finished!” or “Completed!” The entire redemptive work of Jesus Christ was finished.
The Lamb of God has made His great sacrifice for the world.

At the heart of the death of Jesus Christ is our atonement. The payment was paid in full. God declared, “It is finished!”. The satisfaction of Christ is the only satisfaction for sin. The perfect sacrifice of Christ is so perfect and final that it leaves no possible liability for any sin of the believer.

Do you know all your sins are forgiven?No condemnation! for human being after death, You may think then all souls will go to heaven after death???? No here is the checkpoint. But it applies to only those who believes in the death of Jesus is the redemption of all sins.

Have you confessed to God that you are a sinner and that you deserve eternal condemnation? Have you believed in the death of Jesus and what He accomplished for you in that death has satisfied the righteous requirements of God to save you for all eternity? It is not what we bring in our hands; it is what Christ has done in His hands that save us.

The only thing left for us to do is believe on Christ. The finished work of Christ is absolutely sufficient to save you and keep you saved. Amen.

Father God Made hell only for lucifer(satan and his troops) not for human beings

Romans 3:23 says for all except Jesus have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,

same Romans 6:23 says

For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.

The devil knows very well that he has given short time and less time left so he has been working at a hard to carry out the human souls as far as he can to hell along with him and his troops, his ministry which is to steal, kill, and destroy the souls of human.

After a death of each person, soul came out of the body very happily saying, oh am free now here after no troubles, no pains, no problems, no worries, no tension, no pension,no necessary of business partner, no pressures of life-partner , no fears,no tears when it reaches to certain height it was so happy, after reaching some more certain height, if the soul is not reborn in christ(not Accepted Jesus christ as its own savior) the satan from the hell came out immediately and pulled that soul and pushes it into hell, that soul cried aloud for help, Jesus able to hear the cry of the soul But Jesus was helpless.

John 14:6 …’ Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.’

one-way-to-heaven

one-way-to-heaven

Isaiah 45:22 …’Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else.’ … Jesus is the ONLY way. Give your heart to Him today!

Philippians 2:10 says

at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth,

Romans 14:11 says “‘As surely as I live,’ says the Lord, ‘every knee will bow before me; every tongue will confess to God.'”

One day Every kneel shall bow!!! and every tongue confess that Jesus is the Lord!!!

The Matter is , “If You confess before Your death, You will go to heaven and your soul will never perished, else its too sad.

CHOICE IS YOURS

Timeline of Bible Translation History


The fascinating story of how we got the Bible in its present form actually starts thousands of years ago, as briefly outlined in our Timeline of Bible Translation History.

Moses and the Ten Commandments

The first recorded instance of God’s Word being written down, was when the Lord Himself wrote it down in the form of ten commandments on the stone tablets delivered to Moses at the top of Mount Sinai. Biblical scholars believe this occurred between 1,400 BC and 1,500 BC… almost 3,500 years ago. The language used was almost certainly an ancient form of Hebrew, the language of Old Covenant believers.

The earliest scripture is generally considered to be the “Pentateuch”, the first five books of the Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, & Deuteronomy… though there is some scholarly evidence to indicate that the Old Testament Book of Job may actually be the oldest book in the Bible. The Old Testament scriptures were written in ancient Hebrew, a language substantially different than the Hebrew of today.

When the entire Pentateuch is present on a scroll, it is called a “Torah”.

PentateuchC

PentateuchC

torah

torah

An entire Torah Scroll, if completely unraveled, is over 150 feet long!Hebrew has one thing in common with English: they are both “picture languages”. Their words form a clear picture in your mind.

By approximately 500 BC, the 39 Books that make up the Old Testament were completed, and continued to be preserved in Hebrew on scrolls.
By the end of the First Century AD, the New Testament had been completed. It was preserved in Greek on Papyrus, a thin paper-like material made from crushed and flattened stalks of a reed-like plant. The word “Bible” comes from the same Greek root word as “papyrus”. The papyrus sheets were bound, or tied together in a configuration much more similar to modern books than to an elongated scroll.

These groupings of papyrus were called a “codex” (plural: “codices”). The oldest copies of the New Testament known to exist today are: The Codex Alexandrius and the Codex Sinaiticus in the British Museum Library in London, and the Codex Vaticanus in the Vatican. They date back to approximately the 300’s AD. In 315 AD, Athenasius, the Bishop of Alexandria, identified the 27 Books which we recognize today as the canon of New Testament scripture.

In 382 AD, the early church father Jerome translated the New Testament from its original Greek into Latin.The Apocrypha was kept as part of virtually every Bible scribed or printed from these early days until just 120 years ago, in the mid-1880’s, when it was removed from Protestant Bibles. By 500 AD the Bible had been translated into over 500 languages. Just one century later, by 600 AD, it has been restricted to only one language: the Latin Vulgate! The only organized and recognized church at that time in history was the Catholic Church of Rome, and they refused to allow the scripture to be available in any language other than Latin.

Pope Leo the Tenth established a practice called the “selling of indulgences” as a way to extort money from the people. He offered forgiveness of sins for a fairly small amount of money. For a little bit more money, you would be allowed to indulge in a continuous lifestyle of sin, such as keeping a mistress. Also, through the invention of “Purgatory”, you could purchase the salvation of your loved-one’s souls.

selling of indulgences

selling of indulgences

Where was the true church of God during these Dark Ages?

On the Scottish Island of Iona, in 563 AD, a man named Columba started a Bible College. For the next 700 years, this was the source of much of the non-Catholic, evangelical Bible teaching through those centuries of the Dark and Middle Ages. The students of this college were called “Culdees”, which means “certain stranger”.

Culdee – Joseph of Aremethia

The Culdees were a secret society, and the remnant of the true Christian faith was kept alive by these men during the many centuries that led up to the Protestant Reformation.

In fact, the first man to be called a “Culdee” was Joseph of Aremethia. The Bible tells us that Joseph of Aremethia gave up his tomb for Jesus. Tradition tells us that he was actually the Uncle of the Virgin Mary, and therefore the Great-Uncle (or “half-Uncle” at least) of Jesus. It is also believed that Joseph of Aremethia traveled to the British Isles shortly after the resurrection of Christ, and built the first Christian Church above ground there. Tradition also tells us that Jesus may have spent much of his young adult life (between 13 and 30) traveling the world with his Great Uncle Joseph… though the Bible is silent on these years in the life of Jesus.

Morning Star of the Reformation

In the late 1300’s, the secret society of Culdees chose John Wycliffe to lead the world out of the Dark Ages. Wycliffe has been called the “Morning Star of the Reformation”.

Protestant Reformation

That Protestant Reformation was about one thing: getting the Word of God back into the hands of the masses in their own native language, so that the corrupt church would be exposed and the message of salvation in Christ alone, by scripture alone, through faith alone would be proclaimed again.

This concludes our overview of the Pre-Reformation history of the Bible.

Timeline of Bible Translation History

1,400 BC: The first written Word of God:
The Ten Commandments delivered to Moses.

500 BC: Completion of All Original Hebrew
Manuscripts which make up The 39 Books of the Old Testament.

200 BC: Completion of the Septuagint Greek
Manuscripts which contain The 39 Old Testament Books AND 14 Apocrypha Books.

1st Century AD: Completion of All Original
Greek Manuscripts which make up The 27 Books of the New Testament.

315 AD: Athenasius, the Bishop of Alexandria,
identifies the 27 books of the New Testament which are today recognized
as the canon of scripture.

382 AD: Jerome’s Latin Vulgate Manuscripts
Produced which contain All 80 Books (39 Old Test. + 14 Apocrypha + 27 New
Test).

500 AD: Scriptures have been Translated into
Over 500 Languages.

600 AD: LATIN was the Only Language Allowed
for Scripture.

995 AD: Anglo-Saxon (Early Roots of English
Language) Translations of The New Testament Produced.

1384 AD: Wycliffe is the First Person to
Produce a (Hand-Written) manuscript Copy of the Complete Bible; All 80 Books.

1455 AD: Gutenberg Invents the Printing Press;
Books May Now be mass-Produced Instead of Individually Hand-Written. The
First Book Ever Printed is Gutenberg’s Bible in Latin.

1516 AD: Erasmus Produces a Greek/Latin
Parallel New Testament.

1522 AD: Martin Luther’s German New Testament.

1526 AD: William Tyndale’s New Testament;
The First New Testament printed in the English Language.

1535 AD: Myles Coverdale’s Bible; The First
Complete Bible printed in the English Language (80 Books: O.T. & N.T.
& Apocrypha).

1537 AD: Tyndale-Matthews Bible; The Second
Complete Bible printed in English. Done by John “Thomas Matthew”
Rogers (80 Books).

1539 AD: The “Great Bible” Printed;
The First English Language Bible Authorized for Public Use (80 Books).

1560 AD: The Geneva Bible Printed; The First
English Language Bible to add Numbered Verses to Each Chapter (80 Books).

1568 AD: The Bishops Bible Printed; The Bible
of which the King James was a Revision (80 Books).

1609 AD: The Douay Old Testament is added
to the Rheims New Testament (of 1582) Making the First Complete English
Catholic Bible; Translated from the Latin Vulgate (80 Books).

1611 AD: The King James Bible Printed; Originally
with All 80 Books. The Apocrypha was Officially Removed in 1885 Leaving
Only 66 Books.

1782 AD: Robert Aitken’s Bible; The First
English Language Bible (KJV) Printed in America.

1791 AD: Isaac Collins and Isaiah Thomas
Respectively Produce the First Family Bible and First Illustrated Bible
Printed in America. Both were King James Versions, with All 80 Books.

1808 AD: Jane Aitken’s Bible (Daughter of
Robert Aitken); The First Bible to be Printed by a Woman.

1833 AD: Noah Webster’s Bible; After Producing
his Famous Dictionary, Webster Printed his Own Revision of the King James
Bible.

1841 AD: English Hexapla New Testament;
an Early Textual Comparison showing the Greek and 6 Famous English Translations
in Parallel Columns.

1846 AD: The Illuminated Bible; The Most
Lavishly Illustrated Bible printed in America. A King James Version, with
All 80 Books.

1863 AD: Robert Young’s “Literal” Translation; often criticized for being so literal that it sometimes obscures the contextual English meaning.

1885 AD: The “English Revised Version”
Bible; The First Major English Revision of the KJV.

1901 AD: The “American Standard Version”;
The First Major American Revision of the KJV.

1952 AD: The “Revised Standard Version” (RSV); said to be a Revision of the 1901 American Standard Version, though more highly criticized.

1971 AD: The “New American Standard
Bible” (NASB) is Published as a “Modern and Accurate Word for
Word English Translation” of the Bible.

1973 AD: The “New International Version”
(NIV) is Published as a “Modern and Accurate Phrase for Phrase English
Translation” of the Bible.

1982 AD: The “New King James Version”
(NKJV) is Published as a “Modern English Version Maintaining the Original
Style of the King James.”

1990 AD: The “New Revised Standard Version” (NRSV); further revision of 1952 RSV, (itself a revision of 1901 ASV), criticized for “gender inclusiveness”.

2002 AD: The English Standard Version (ESV)
is Published as a translation to bridge the gap between the accuracy of

the NASB and the readability of the NIV.

REFERENCE SITE : http://www.greatsite.com/timeline-english-bible-history/