What Jesus Said About Heaven will Shock You

Discover the astonishing and mind-blowing revelation of Jesus about heaven you never heard from your pastor ever before!

Did you know that the teaching of mainstream Christianity about heaven is diametrically opposite to what Jesus or Yahshua taught?

According to most Christians today, when a righteous person dies, he or she will immediately go up to heaven.

A lot of people accept this teaching as if it is the truth that came out straight from the Bible.

Well, what if I tell you that heaven is not the reward of the righteous?

What if I tell you that the majority of Christians today are, in fact, wrong in their belief that they will go to heaven when they die?

What if you have been deceived all your life, believing a lie that you thought is in the Bible?

Would you believe me?

Of course, I can make any claim and it amounts to nothing unless I prove it to you through the Word of the Most High God, Yahweh our Father.

That’s why today, I would like to invite you to read what the Bible says about heaven, particularly, what Jesus taught about this topic.

You will be shocked at what Jesus really taught about heaven and how mainstream Christianity got it all wrong.

So, stick around to discover the amazing truth hidden to most people today. Not only that, but I’ll be offering a free book at the end of this presentation.

Be sure to read until the end.

Without any further delay, let’s go ahead and discuss the shocking teaching of Jesus about heaven.

Has anyone been in heaven?

Jesus Christ or Yahshua the Messiah made a startling and shocking statement that goes directly against the common teachings of churches in our time.

Here’s the truth about heaven no one has told you before. John 3:13 says:

No one has ascended to heaven but He who came down from heaven, that is, The Son of Man”.

Did you read that?

No one has ascended to heaven.

Only Jesus Christ went to heaven!

If there’s one being who can tell us the truth about heaven, then it should be Christ.

He is the best and perfect witness who can provide us a precise picture of what heaven is like. Since He came from heaven, He should be able to tell us whether there are people in heaven or not. Yet His remark was quite surprising because He said NO ONE HAS ASCENDED TO HEAVEN.

So this means that all the righteous people who have ever lived, like Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, King David, the prophets, and others, didn’t go to heaven after their death.

People will not go to heaven

Now, notice what Jesus said to the Jews in John 8:21: 

Then Jesus said to them again, “I am going away, and you will seek Me, and will die in your sin. Where I go you cannot come.”

This was the time when Jesus was predicting his departure. He was saying that He will be returning to heaven and they can’t go to that place.

That’s what Jesus said to the Jews. Now, what did He say to the Disciples, His inner circle of friends? Let’s read John 13:13:

Little children, I shall be with you a little while longer. You will seek Me; and as I said to the Jews, ‘Where I am going, you cannot come,’ so now I say to you.

He reiterated to His disciples that they can’t go with Him to Heaven, just like what He said to the Jews.

Imagine this:

The disciples can’t go to heaven when they die. Now, are we better than the disciples who can get to heaven while they can’t go?

The Model Prayer’s teaching about heaven

Notice what Jesus said in Matthew 6:9-10 when He was teaching the disciples how to pray. We read:

Our Father in heaven, Hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come.

Jesus taught us to pray for God’s Kingdom to come here on Earth. He never told us to pray that we go to heaven.

Instead of us going to heaven, the Kingdom of God will come and be established here on Earth! It’s completely the other way around!

The future resurrection

Finally, let’s read how Christ described the events surrounding His return here on earth. We read John 5:28-29:

Do not marvel at this; for the hour is coming in which all who are in the graves will hear His voice 29 and come forth—those who have done good, to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil, to the resurrection of condemnation.

Did you catch that, friends?

Jesus said those who are in the graves, not in heaven, will hear His voice. Now, you might think that is just applicable to bad people, but no. Notice, he said, “Those who have done good.”

So, in effect, Christ was saying that the righteous people are in their graves waiting for the Savior’s second coming. They are not in heaven. The righteous people are still waiting for the resurrection.

Now, think about this for a second, if the righteous people are already in heaven, enjoying heaven, what’s the point of resurrecting them back to life? Obviously, there’s no point to it.

Lazarus, heaven and the resurrection

Remember as well the time when Christ resurrected His close friend Lazarus? The story is narrated in John 11. Lazarus had been dead for four days already when Jesus came and visited his tomb. 

To the surprise and amazement of many, Christ brought Lazarus back to life.

Now, if Lazarus was already in heaven, enjoying his life there, experiencing his heavenly reward, then wouldn’t it be stupid for Christ to bring Lazarus back to physical life?

If not heaven, then what?

So, this should make you think.

Jesus plainly and clearly taught that no one has ascended into heaven except Himself. Heaven is not the reward of the righteous. When we die, we die. We will be in our graves until we will be resurrected.

If not heaven, then what is the reward of the righteous? This is a good topic for another presentation, but let me give you a quick answer. In revelation 5:9-10, we read:

And they sang a new song, saying:

“You are worthy to take the scroll, And to open its seals; For You were slain, And have redeemed us to God by Your blood Out of every tribe and tongue and people and nation, 10 And have made us kings and priests to our God; And we shall reign on the earth.”

The Bible teaches us that the people of God would be transformed into spiritual beings and will become kings and priests in His God’s Kingdom.

And they shall reign where?

Did it say heaven?

No, it says, they will reign on the earth.

Who would you believe?

As we have learned, Jesus said that no one has ascended to heaven.

However, your pastor said that good people are already in heaven? Who should you believe?

Would you rather believe your pastor or priest who is just a mere human or will you believe the Son of God, our Savior, and Redeemer, Yahshua the Messiah?

You decide.

It is either Christ lied and we don’t have a Savior or people lied and the whole world of Christianity is deceived.

With that, I hope you learned something new today.

That’s it for me, I’m Joshua Infantado of Becoming Christians praying that the Most High God will lead us to all truths.

See you next time!

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