After you die, you will meet God.

"After you die, you will meet God" billboard message

Hebrews 9:27 (KJV)

“And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment”

No person can expect to live on this earth forever. We don’t have the promise of another day, regardless how young we are.

Death is the common enemy of all mankind. But what can we expect after our life on earth is over? Does death usher us into oblivion, or into something more?

Throughout the Bible we see that death is not the end, but rather the beginning. The beginning of life in eternity. Between these two modes of existence (life on earth and life in eternity), we will face the judgment.

How then should we live?

Have you considered that, after death, you will be ushered into the presence of the Almighty God?

Have you accepted the Son, Christ Jesus, as the offering for your sins and the guide for your life? In allowing Him to become your Savior now, you need not fear Him being your judge then.

Connecting Bible references: Psalm 90:10; 1 Corinthians 15:26; 1 Corinthians 15:42-44; 2 Corinthians 5:10;John 3:36; Revelation 22:17; Revelations 1:7

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  1. I was on Route 78 near Newark NJ yesterday when I happened to look up and noticed the billboard which read, “After you die, you WILL meet God”. First thing that happened at that moment was a sobering thought came over me. The second thing I thought was thank you God for the reminder. It truly brought me back to a place I haven’t thought about in a long time.


  2. I saw this billboard on McDowell Road in Phoenix, AZ. It was all white with big black letters that said, “When You Die You Will See God.” It spoke to me. Because, really, isn’t that what we’re all waiting for? At the end of life to meet our Savior? To be released from this relentless World of tiresome routine and achieve freedom.

  3. Saw this billboard on I75 south of Atlanta. Just what was needed at this time. Sent the info and number to our daughter so that she can share with a young man in the hospital who has lived a life of drugs and crime and knows his time on this Earth is near the end. He’s asking for forgiveness.

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