By: Stan Popovich
Many people who lose a love one or a beloved pet have a difficult time getting over their grief. The sense of loss can be great. As an author of a managing fear book, I found that many people view grief and death the wrong way. Many people who lose someone feel that they are saying “Good Bye” to their loved ones, however this outlook of grief is completely wrong.
Death is the bridge between this world and God’s world aka Heaven. When a person dies they are simply crossing the bridge from this world to Heaven. As long as the person has accepted God/Jesus In their life they will enter Heaven. Heaven is the place where God resides along with your other loved ones and family members. As a result when someone dies, they are just crossing the bridge to Heaven
The good news is that if you accepted God/Jesus into your life, there is a 100 percent chance you will see your loved ones again including your pets. They are simply in Heaven along with everyone else. Yes, there is a very good chance that your pets will be there too. Nothing is impossible with God.
Knowing that you will see your loved ones again can reduce ones grief. Your loved ones are not gone but are with God. When you die, you will be greeted by your loved ones in Heaven as long as you accepted God Into Your Life and you will spend the rest of eternity with them. It just won’t be on Earth but in God’s World where everyone will be together.
So when someone dies, your basically saying that you will see them later. Your loved ones are not gone and you will see them again if you play your cards right in accepting God during your time on Earth. View grief as if you were going on vacation for a week, knowing when you come back you will see your family again. Understanding how the process works will reduce your grief, because you know that you will see your loved ones again.
Many people have the wrong view of death and grief. They say Death is Final, but they are wrong. Don’t listen to them. You have a choice. Listen to what your friends have to say or put your faith in the Bible and Jesus/God. Follow Jesus and God and you will see your loved ones again. That is a guarantee. For more information, Read the Bible and talk to your priest or minister.
Stan Popovich is the author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods”. For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/