If possible, I don't want to attend any funeral ceremonies. I don't like the sad, anguish and sorrowful atmosphere. During my grandfather's funeral I could not avoid the sense of that feelings present in the room. We have lost a man who was so special in our lives. When I saw his face for a final glance, all the memories suddenly rush to my left and right sides of the brain. At one point I couldn't take the fact that he's gone forever. Years have passed by, yet another familiar faces take turn to fill the empty space of the already made coffins... families and friends.
The right question to ask now is not 'when' for no one knows about it and as for sure- everyone will die, but 'Where to go after we die?'
'I am the Resurrection and the Life. Whoever believes in Me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.' (John 11:25-26a)His words continue to make alive today. He is qualified to say those words because He lives a sinless life and brutally honest in telling the Truth. His last question is;
'Do you believe this?' (John 11:26b)