What happens to you when you die?

A lot of people don’t even want to know the answer to that question and it’s not a one-word answer. It’s an explanation. A lot of people have a lot of ideas about what happens. We’ve heard about a lot of near-death experiences where people leave and come back. The stories that everybody tells — some of them are common, they have a common thread to them. But a lot of them are completely different. There are stories that people die and go to heaven and they’re eating pizza and they reunite with the pets that they love and there’s all kinds of glorious stories about death. And then there are other stories where people cross over and they’re fortunate to come back. But their explanation of what happened is they felt completely humiliated.

So which is it? Do you die and go to heaven and eat pizza in any flavor and any topping and never gain weight and reunite with Rover? Or are you humiliated? Sorry to tell you but the most frequent reaction that I hear when people die and cross over is “I am so sorry. Dear God I am so sorry!”

It’s true. They cry. They lament. But they’re also joyous and let me tell you why. It’s a mixed message. Why are they joyous? Because right now in our world, right here on the planet earth are the end of days. It is both deeply troubling but exciting. Why? We are here to bring peace to this world. That’s why we’re here. When people die and they realize that they didn’t step up and do what was expected of them, what they promised to do before they ever got here, and all their memories flood back and they’re standing before the Heavenly Court and they have to answer the question, “Why didn’t you do what you promised?” they feel sick and sad and remorseful.

The good news is these are the end of days. The exciting news is we have an opportunity to bring peace to this world and get it right. The troubling news is if you ignore this call to action, God forbid one day you cross over, you are going to feel the pain of your decision. They’re rooting for you. They’re excited at the prospect of one day returning here and bringing heaven to earth. We’re all together and there’s no more war. There’s no more fighting. There’s just God and love in this world and a beautiful life. A blessed life. It sounds like Pollyanna, like it could never happen and if you shrug this video off and say, “Ah, ridiculous.”, I did my job. That doesn’t make me feel exonerated. I will not stop.

I went deeper into this subject matter on a Sunday program where I discussed what exactly happens when you die. Why the heck are you here? What are you supposed to be doing to get this right? How do we bring peace on earth?

I’m not stopping. I’m’ going to keep going no matter what anyone says. This is my work and I’m stepping up to the plate and I’m swinging and with God’s help, I’m going to hit it out of the park. God bless you. May there be peace in our world in our time. I’m rooting for you. God bless you.

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