When we die as a believer in Christ do we still go to "Abrahams Bosom" or do we go to Heaven?

No jehovahs witnesses, Mormons and SDAs please.

8 Answers

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    This is R & S and is open to everyone. The Bible does say that some people will go to Heaven but it says most will live on a paradise earth forever. It says that wicked people will be destroyed but not face Hellfire as many are erroneously taught. Fire often means eternal destruction when used in the Bible. Read Psalm 37:9-11, 29. It talks about God's purpose for the earth. The Lord's Prayer does as well. It says "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven." Have a good day.

  • jeni
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    Abraham's bosom, Luke 16:14-31. Covetous, rich religious Pharisees, is their

    belief system in the bible?

    Abraham a rich man, Gen.13:2.

    Abraham son #20 of, Matt.1:1-17, lineage, age 75, Gen.12:4[his dad died age 205,

    Gen.11:32; born 222nd year after Noah son #10, age 600, born year 1056], year

    2083, gets land covenant for future heirs.

    Abraham age 86, Gen.16:16, Ishmael born year 2094[dies age 137, Gen.25:17,

    year 2231.

    Abraham age 100, Gen.21:5, Isaac born year 2108[dies age 180, Gen.35:28,29.

    year 2288.

    Abraham age 137, Isaac age 37, Sarah age 127, dies, Gen.23:1, year 2145.

    Abraham age 175, dies, Gen.25:1-6,7,9, year 2183, has 8 sons, Gen.18:18

    Seeing that Abraham shall surely become a great and mighty nation, and all

    the nations of the earth shall be blessed in him?

    Moses at year 2515, Num.16:32-35, fire consumes evil humans.

    Luke 16:22 And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the

    angels into Abraham's bosom: the rich man also died, and was buried;

    WHAT IS DEAD AND BURIED? Gen.3:19; Psm.146:2,3. Psm.115:15-17.


    WHAT IS RESURRECTION? Psm.104:29,30; Isa.26:19; Dan.12:2; John 5:26-

    29; Acts 24:15; Rom. 14:9-12; 1Cor.15:22-28,51-53[heavenly first, earthly for

    earth next]; Heb.9:27; Rev.11:15,18; Rev.20:12,13. David still in sepulchre but

    Jesus resurrected, Acts 2:27-35;


    John 6:44; 14:3,6, to prepare a place, Heb.1:1-13, all enemies under feet of the

    heavenly, Rev.6:9-11; 1Thes.4:15-17; Heb.12:22-24; Rev.3:12,21; Rev.14:1-6;

    Rev. 20:1-6[heavenly first, 1Cor.15:22-28,51-53, earthly next], no Satan 1000


    Rev.20:7-9, fire devours resurrected humans turned evil.

    Source(s): Bible.
  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    The whole "Abraham's Bosom" idea was developed from a single parable of Jesus found in the Gospel of Luke: the parable of the rich man and Lazarus. Preachers who are desperate to squeeze whatever they can out of the Bible developed this entire concept from that one passage whose literalness is obscure. The N.T. talks about a resurrection, but it's hard to determine whether it believes in consciousness continuing between death and resurrection. Paul did say "To be absent from the body is to be present with Christ", but, again, it is obscure: did he mean he'll immediately be in Christ's presence when he dies or is it because the elapsed time between death and resurrection will seem immediate?

    The book of Revelation talks about souls in heaven, but you have to remember that Revelation is highly metaphorical; it's not trying to give you a literal description of heaven.

    So, without leaps in logic, the clearest answer you can deduce with certainty is that the writers believed in a resurrection at the end times. What happens between death and the resurrection is nowhere clearly disclosed.

    Source(s): Agnostic who studies the Bible
  • I'm confused as well on to what is in the here after some say I get to bang virgins (I'm female )so that's no reward some say I get to get jiggy with praise and others say I go to someones bosom I want to know what it is so I can see if its worth the sacrifice. You said bosom lol.

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Oh great, when I die I get to go to the deity who practiced genocide on his own children or to the guy who attempted to murder his son Isaac because a genocidal god told him to? Not much of a choice. I plan on ceasing to exist at death.

    Source(s): ex-mormon
  • Rick
    Lv 6
    7 years ago

    Haven't you heard the latest from CERN?

    We go to Abraham's Boson.

    Source(s): :D
  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    When you die you rot in the ground like everyone else.

  • 7 years ago

    You just die. There's no evidence for an afterlife.

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