- For in death there is no remembrance of thee (comp. The general view of the psalmists seems to have been that death was a cessation of the active service of God - whether for a time or permanently, they do not make clear to us. Romans 1:20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse. Bible verses about life after death. The Possibility of Repentance After Death Just as people are destined to die once, and after that to face judgment ... (Hebrews 9:27) Evangelical universalism entails the possibility of “post-mortem conversion,” that is, the proposition that, though many depart this life without faith in Christ, yet is it still possible for them to come to such faith after they have died. After death, all that remains for the unbeliever is judgment (Revelation 20:14-15).
Re: No forgiveness after death? I pray that will not be your case. You can’t come to the Lord unless He brings you to Himself. Further, it should cause those uncertain of their salvation to examine themselves (2 Corinthians 13:5). What is the biblical evidence that there is or is no repentance after death? So even Hezekiah, in the passage of Isaiah above quoted. Sacred Scripture. If God is love then he would not give up on people or write them off - saying to hell with you. That is why we must trust in Him in this life. We must be extremely careful that we never understand repentance as a work. No, does repentance save you? It is God who grants us repentance. There is no repentance possible after you die or if Christ returns for those who have not yet repented and trusted in the Savior.

Such an understanding should motivate those who do know Christ to urgently and passionately share the gospel with all who have yet to know Him. If you do not believe in a possibility of repentance after death, and if you do not believe in eventual annihilation of the damned, then God has set up a system of unanticipated eternal torture from which there is no escape. John 14:6 Jesus answered, “I … There were many people who saw Jesus after His death and in the same way He was resurrected Christians will be resurrected as well. Psalm 30:9; Psalm 88:11; Psalm 115:17; Psalm 118:17; Isaiah 38:18). A universalism view would take the position that there is repentance after death for instance.
Christians can rest assure that when we die we will live in paradise with the Lord where there will be no more crying, pain, and stress. Death is represented as a sleep

Heaven will be more than you ever dreamed of. fisherman_carl January 25, 2013, 6:27pm #1.

No, but you can’t place your faith in Christ for salvation without first having a change of mind. I pray that will not be your case. We are saved by faith in Christ alone, apart from our works. If this is true, it says something about God: that He does to His enemies something far worse than the most evil human ever did to another human—eternal torture. SecondClement8.3 states that “after we have gone out of the world, no further power of confessing or repenting will there belong to us.” 8 It is possible that this assertion became necessary because some may have raised the prospect of salvation after death as the first century drew to a close.