Just so people can handle the death of their loved ones, would you say humankind should just learn to embrace death as an inevitable cause that ends life and suffering?
Or would you say people should just continue to believe afterlife and eternal bliss in Paradise?
All of us wish that after death, we would live again but this time is some glorious magical place where there is neither pain nor death nor cry but can we rely on the hope of Paradise as promised in the Bible?
(a) Do you know how it feels like when you are sad?
(b) Do you not how it feels like when you regret something?
(c) Do you know how it feels like when you are angry?
(d) Do you know how it feels like when when war breaks out where you live?
(e) Do you know how if feels like to have things not go according to your wish?
Well God lives in Heaven, the glorious place of of every good thing but:
(a) God gets sad (Jeremiah 8:18, Jeremiah 9:3)
(b) God feels regrets (Genesis 6:6)
(c) God gets angry (Nahum 1-6)
(d) War broke out in Heaven (Revelation 12:7–13)
(e) A lot of things don’t go according to God’s wish (obviously)
Heaven is the best Paradise alive. Even at its best, something is still not okay some somewhere. Therefore the Paradise promised to humans will be great, full of all goodness and free from all troubles.