“I miss my uncle so much! But I just know that, somehow, he’s with me right now, watching over me.”
Some people find comfort in thoughts such as these after they’ve lost a loved one. Are such thoughts valid? Are the departed still “hovering” near us? What does the Bible say?
Death, the Bible says, is the separation of body and soul. The body returns to the ground to await the resurrection, and “the spirit returns to God who gave it” (Ecclesiastes 12:7).
When Christians die, their souls are immediately with the Lord in heaven. Jesus said to the penitent thief who hung on the cross next to his, “I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise” (Luke 23:43). We can comfort a dying believer, as well as ourselves, with the same assurance.
But to the best knowledge of Rev Christian Kwabena Andrew aka Osofo Kyiri Abosom, there’s more to life than what has been cited in the Bible Quran in reference to judgment after death.
In a chit-chat with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom Plus FM Osofo Kyiri Abosom, who’s also the founder and leader of Ghana Union Movement (GUM) said that God will not have time to judge each and everyone because it’s a total waste of time.
Instead, he noted that one will get the results of what he or she does on this earth before death.
According to him, if you do good things, good things will locate you and in the same way, pains and torture will locate you when you choose to do bad things.
Sofo Kyiri Abosom educated Christians not to be deceived by their pastors because what is scripted in the Bible about life after death is fallacious and nothing logical about it.