The real, unexpected meaning of II Corinthians 5:8

A lot of Christians believe that they are immediately going to heaven when they die.

One of the bible verses they use to support this teaching is II Corinthians 5:8.

However, a deeper look will tell you otherwise.

That’s why I highly recommend you read my latest blog, “The Shocking Truth About II Corinthians 5:8.”

In this post, you will learn the following:

  • What did Jesus teach about II Corinthians 5:8?
  • What the Bible teaches about II Corinthians 5:8
  • What does II Corinthians 5:8 mean?
  • What happens after your death?
  • Can the dead talk to the living?
  • Does II Corinthians 5:8 teach that we are going to heaven?

As you can see, there are a lot of things you will learn from this blog.

So, if you want to know the truth, don’t miss this golden opportunity to know the surprising truth about II Corinthians 5:8.

I hope to see you there.

Until He comes,
Joshua

What does being absent from the body and present with the Lord really mean?
What does being absent from the body and present with the Lord really mean?

2 thoughts on “The real, unexpected meaning of II Corinthians 5:8

  1. For the living person, yes the can say that its not immediate. You can compare it to those who are working at night shift (10pm – 6am). That 8-hour duty is a long hours of work. But if you are just sleeping at home, that same number of hours feels like immediate. Most of the time you still want to sleep because you feel that you just close your eyes a minute ago. It is also like for those who are in a comatose situation. They are just like sleeping for days, weeks or months. The moment they woke up, they don’t feel that they were sleeping for a long time. Always remember that people who are dead in Christ are just like sleeping. The next time they open their eyes, they are facing the judgement seat of Christ. And after that they will be with Christ in his kingdom. They will not feel that they were sleeping for thousands of years, it feels like immediate.

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