Near Death Experiences and the Bible

Feb 28, 14 Near Death Experiences and the Bible

revelationrevolution1 Interest in near death experiences have become increasingly popular over the last few years. It has found itself talked about around many kitchen tables, and even become the subject of quite a few daytime talk shows. There is also a lot of talk, and questions being asked, about Near death experiences and the Bible. What does the bible say about near death, read on to find out?

According to a recent poll, there have been eight to nine million American’s that have reported dying, seeing the light, and coming back to tell about it. These people have reported seeing a light and feeling a sense of extreme peace, before they are brought back to earth to finish something that they had started. For some of them, it seems that it is just not their time to go, as they have something uncompleted on this earth, before they can ascend into heaven, or descend into the underworld, whichever the case may be.

As far Near death experiences and the Bible, it seems that this is more of a case of men trusting in himself, instead of trusting in the God who made him. Near death experiences are against the scripture that God gave humankind. Even when Paul entered the third heaven, he was instructed not to reveal what he saw there to modern man. Scripture is being violated when humans die and come back, only to tell the world about their experiences on the “other side.”

Do near death experiences really happen? That remains to be seen by all, when they enter the Pearly gates. It is also said that people who go through near death experiences change in ways that do not favor the biblical scriptures. It seems that some people who have near death experiences now believe in many religions, or no religions at all. Whether the bible agrees in near death experiences is something that mankind will not know until they die and get to heaven themselves. Until then mankind is left to wonder, and many people have become fascinated with the concept. The teachings of the bible say that you should follow one religion, that doesn’t seem to happen here, so it’s hard to know.

As far Near death experiences and the Bible, it seems that this is more of a case of men trusting in himself, instead of trusting in the God who made him. For more information visit Revelationrevolution.org.

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