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Afterlife Judgment – to the Final Great White Throne of Judgment



How do you understand afterlife Judgment?





I see afterlife Judgment as Luke 16:19 – 31 after we die in our souls where the believing go to the comforting regions of Hades such as Abraham’s Bosom while the unbelieving or wicked go to the punishment regions of Hades.

Since Christ has been Manifested, I also believe that anyone can be Saved from their afterlife Judgment even right now as God Wills when the Gospel is Preached to them there (1 Peter 3:18 – 19) where such ones may BELIEVE AFTER SEEING Him there in the spirit world too (John 6:40) and obtain HEALING as John 3:14 – 15 echoes mysteriously too.

No one can trick God.

For those that remain unrepentant even in the afterlife or that they must endure more Judgment being wicked, these remain there till the Final Judgment on the ‘Day of Judgment’ (Acts 17:31, 1 Peter 4:5, Luke 12:43) on His Glorious Throne (Matthew 25:31, Revelation 20:11) where based on their resurrected body, some go to age-during life whilst others to age-during Judgment (Matthew 25:46, Luke 12:46 – 48) in the Lake of Fire (Revelation 20:11 – 15) till the LAST PENNY IS PAID ONLY (Luke 12:59).


Second Death = when Hades + Death is now mingles with the Lake of Fire, the UN-KINDLED FIRE referred to Prophetically in Luke 12:49 too (Revelation 20:14).


This Resurrected body for the Wicked (John 5:28 – 29) is PERISHABLE and stained with their own sin which will be burned or destroyed in the Lake of Fire which now is mingles with the Fires of Gehenna too (from Hades being thrown into it, Revelation 20:14) which can destroy at most one’s body + soul (Matthew 10:28, where sin dwells in the ‘flesh’ of this ‘perishable or natural resurrected body for Judgment’, 1 Corinthians 15:44) but it does not end there —> as the ‘spirit’ will live to God post this Lake of Fire Judgment as 1 Peter 4:6 reveals.

This ‘spirit’ will be given a ‘spiritual body’ accordingly (spirit + body = spiritual body), 1 Corinthians 15:44 as God Wills (1 Corinthians 15:38) thereafter [after the afterlife Judgment in the Lake of Fire at most, context of 1 Peter 4:5 first] —> the meaning of ‘spirit will live to God’ though they are Judged in the FLESH of their perishable type resurrected body first (1 Peter 4:6) —> since the Resurrection of the Dead toward obtaining a SINLESS IMPERISHABLE body (1 Corinthians 15:50, 1 Corinthians 15:42) is Promised toward the WICKED too as the HOPE of the Gospel (Acts 24:15, 1 Corinthians 15:42), as the MADE ALIVE PART (without ‘skipping’ their afterlife Judgment part which is ONLY toward ‘believers’, John 5:24) as 1 Corinthians 15:22 mentions IRREFUTABLE toward this END of RESURRECTION of ALL MEN too (1 Corinthians 15:21).


So, the Wicked die TWICE —> the first time in their earthly lives and the second time in their ‘resurrection for Judgment in a perishable body or FLESH which CAN DIE or be DESTROYED in some way, i.e. body + soul destroyed’ in the Lake of Fire as their SECOND DEATH (John 5:28 – 29, Matthew 10:28, the ‘dead’ in Revelation 20:11 – 15, 1 Peter 4:5) —-> but thereafter, ‘their spirit’ lives to GOD eventually as Prophesied in 1 Peter 4:6 as explained above toward the END of being MADE ALIVE by CHRIST (1 Corinthians 15:21 – 22, Romans 5:18 – 19, 1 Timothy 2:4, Titus 2:11, 1 Timothy 4:10, Matthew 5:19) but only post afterlife Judgment.


Please note that body + soul + spirit is DIFFERENT though they may be overlaps (1 Thessalonians 5:23) where the definition for each is NOT clear in Scripture and so I don’t speculate.


Reconciliation from the Lake of Fire is Prophetically mentioned in the Mysterious Verse below (after their Judgment first in the Lake of Fire, ‘their part’ in Revelation 21:8):


“The Spirit and the bride say, “Come.” And let the one who hears say, “Come.” And let the one who is thirsty come; let the one who wishes take the water of life without cost.” (Revelation 22:17, NASB)


Please note that the ‘Bride’ (His Church, believers) are calling out to the “thirsty” ones (from the ‘lake of Fire’, post Judgment) to be ‘relieved of their thirst’ (as ONLY those being punished in the Lake of Fire can feel thirsty, right?). Believers can never thirst in the afterlife (John 6:35, John 4:14) and thus cannot be the ones referred to in the verse above (Revelation 22:17) especially since ‘all believers of faith’ are His BRIDE (mentioned distinctly in Revelation 22:17). Indeed,


“Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me will not hunger, and he who believes in Me will never thirst.” (John 6:35, NASB)


“but whoever may drink of the water that I will give him, may not thirst — to the age; and the water that I will give him shall become in him a well of water, springing up to life age-during.’” – Lord Jesus Christ (John 4:14, YLT)


1) A Vision of Hell agreeing to the Verses and Explanations above is by Sadhu Sundar Singh in links below:


Deep Secrets – Visions of Hell being not Eternal


Secrets beyond Hell – from Sadhu Sundar Singh


2) Regarding the Lake of Fire


Lake of Fire – Hell and Death – HOPE under FIRE – Mystery – Resurrection of the Dead – Three Ages Mystery


P/S: Some people think that the 'Rich man and Lazarus' story in Luke 16 is just a 'parable'.


Here's a Simple Reply to refute such a false claim:

A Parable cannot use "imaginary things" such as "a unicorn" but things which EXIST ONLY. Thus even if Luke 16's Depiction is a parable, such a place of torment vs comfort MUST EXIST. So viewing Luke 16 as a Parable or NOT, we still find such an afterlife place of torment vs comfort to be EXISTENT regardless. By the way, "Abraham" is a "real person" mentioned in Luke 16 too.



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