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Post by keroncong on Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:47 pm

Death is a great mystery to most people. Not so for the students of
the Quran. We learn that death is exactly like sleeping; complete
with dreams (6:60, 40:46). The period between death and resurrection
passes like one night of sleep (2:259; 6:60; 10:45; 16:21; 18:11, 19,
25; 30:55).

At the moment of death, everyone knows his or her destiny; Heaven or
Hell. For the disbelievers, death is a horrible event; the angels beat
them on the faces and rear ends as they snatch away their souls (8:50,
47:27, 79:1).

Consistently, the Quran talks about two deaths, the first death took
place when we failed to make a stand with God's absolute authority
(Appendix 7). That first death lasted until we were born into this
world. The second death terminates our life in this world (2:28,
22:66, 40:11).

Note: The following is a reproduction of the lead article from the
February, 1990 issue of the Submitters Perspective, the monthly
bulletin of United Submitters International. This was the second to
last issue that was written by Dr. Khalifa. It was completed and
mailed ahead of time, in December, 1989. Dr. Khalifa was martyred on
January 31, 1990 and his soul was taken directly to Paradise.

The Righteous Do Not Really Die
They Go Straight to Heaven

Give good news to those who believe and work righteousness that they
will have gardens with flowing streams. When provided with provisions
of fruits therein, they will say, "This is what was given to us in the
past." They will be given similar provisions, and they will have pure
spouses therein. They abide therein forever. (2:25)

Do not think that those who are killed in the cause of God are dead;
they are alive at their Lord, being provided for. (3:169)

Do NOT say about those who are killed in the cause of God, "They are
dead." For they are alive, but you do not perceive. (2:154)

O you who believe, you shall respond to God and the messenger when he
invites to what keeps you alive. (8:24)

Those who emigrate in the cause of God, then get killed or die, God
will surely provide for them a good provision. (22:58)

They do not taste death, beyond the first death, and God spares them
the retribution of Hell. (44:56)

He was told, "Enter Paradise." He said, "I wish my people (on earth)
know; that my Lord has forgiven me and honored me." (36:26-27)

The wages of sin is death [Romans 6:23]

As stated in 3:81 and 46:9, God's Messenger of the Covenant does not
bring anything new; everything I receive and pass on to you is already
in the Quran. However, the Quran is full of information that is kept
by Almighty God for revelation at a specific time. Now is the time to
look at the verses shown above and learn the great news: THE RIGHTEOUS
DO NOT DIE; when their lives on this earth come to the predetermined
end, the angel of death simply invites them to leave their earthly
bodies and move on to Heaven, the same Paradise where Adam and Eve
once lived. Heaven has been in existence since Adam and Eve. We learn
from 89:27-30 that God invites the believers' souls: "Enter My


When God's covenant with the prophets was fulfilled in accordance with
3:81, I was taken to Heaven where the righteous live NOW (4:69). While
my body was down here on earth, I was in the same Paradise of Adam &


As for the disbelievers, they know at the moment of death that they
are destined for Hell. The angels beat them up on the faces and rear
ends (8:50 & 47:27), order them to evict their souls (6:93), then
"snatch their souls" (79:1). The Quran teaches that the disbelievers
go through 2 deaths (2:28 & 40:11). They will be put to death - a
state of nothingness during which they see Hell day and night in a
continuous nightmare that lasts until the Day of Judgment (40:46).
Hell is not yet in existence (40:46, 89:23).

Of Course, the Righteous Depart

As far as people are concerned, the righteous "die." People do not
realize that the righteous simply leave their bodies, and move on to
Paradise. The verses shown above are self explanatory. They tell us
that the righteous die only once - the one death we have already
experienced as a consequence of the great fued (38:69). In 36:26-27,
we see the best evidence that the righteous go to Paradise, while
their friends and relatives are still living on earth. Like going to
Hawaii and waiting for us there. See also 16:32 & 6:60-62.


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