Does the Soul remember how we spent our life on Earth and Face Judgement?

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  • 1 month ago

    Yes. But the negative memories will be forgotten.

    • jon pike
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      1 month agoReport

      How is a memory forgotten? If it's a memory that specifically means it's NOT forgotten. If it was forgotten it wasn't remembered; by definition.

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  • 1 month ago

    Not only the soul (the living being) but our spirits also remember. However, the final judgment comes after our resurrections, so yes, we shall once again be living souls, only immortal that time, and we shall have a bright recollection of all the good and evil we have done when we are judged. Otherwise we'd never know that God was just and merciful.

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  • Paul
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Yes, at the time of judgement, everything we ever did on Earth will flash before us before we are allowed to go to the place of eternal existence we have freely chosen - Heaven or Hell.

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  • 1 month ago

    Yes. Your life is the chief witness against you.

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  • Justin
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    The Bible uses the analogy of a vast ocean, a great sailing vessel, a 'captain' of the ship and his 'crew' to explain everything that makes up what a 'human' actually is.

    The human is designed in GOD's direct likeness and is made up of a 'heart,' 'soul,' and 'mind,' with the latter further elucidated as having both a shallow aspect, ('conscious'), and 'deeper' aspect, ('unconscious and subconscious'), sometimes referred to collectively as our 'strength.' The 'strength,' (Greek 'ischus'), is made up of the 'nous,' (conscious intellect), and the 'dianoia,' (literally, 'deep intellect').

    The 'heart,' (no relation to the later named vital organ Greek: 'kardia'), is a 'Person' viewing this same reality we experience as though it is a Vast Ocean of potential experiences and influences. It has no way to navigate it or change anything, but makes decisions in a very simple manner, 'Yes or no.' It is agreeing to or rejecting good or evil, alternatively, as it presents itself. 

    The 'soul,' (Greek: 'psuche'), is a distinct 'Person' viewing this same reality as though it is like a Great Sailing Vessel upon the Vast Ocean of experiences. The decisions made by the heart determine its course once they are actually applied to experience, which can also include a 'shipwreck' that destroys it. It cannot navigate or even 'anchor' itself, but it does have the capacity to experience things other than making basic decisions. It remembers, learns and develops.

    The 'mind,' (Greek: 'dianoia'), is a third distinct 'Person' viewing this same reality as though it is the 'Captain' navigating and sailing the Great Sailing Vessel. His power is comparable to a person operating a rudder and watching the changes made in the overall course of the ship. He relies on wells of inspiration and knowledge and operates on the level we describe consciously as 'social movements,' tapping into these and using them to express himself. When they 'die' he sometimes dies, but he can also learn to move between them and continue his momentum. Once regenerated by GOD through the Holy Spirit, his 'death' is called 'sleep' because he will reawaken as part of the overall journey and complete it.

    The biological 'Person' and the conscious mind is like this Captain's 'crew' which he trains to assist him in navigating the Vast Ocean of potential experiences. The narrowest view of himself would be to perceive himself as having no lasting connections to any other forms of life, (the fictional 'one-species simian human'), even while he is actually a mind-boggling array of interactions between countless 'partner species,' equally relevant and co-existing within his blood and gut, etc...along with the energies that animate all of this life and the other life forms helping to maintain him. 

    This is where the connections to the other 'Persons' are made and maintained. The more 'intellectually open' we are to recognizing these connections, the less vulnerable we are to 'shipwreck' from a poor understanding of how to interact with them, (i.e. 'disease'), poor appreciation of their value, (i.e. 'sterilizing or isolating' them out of fear), and defamation of their vital role in our survival and advancing higher intelligence, (developing in stages in GOD's likeness, 2 Corinthians 3:18). 

    If the 'soul' is not shipwrecked, then yes, it remembers what it has learned and continues to learn long after the 'ship's crew' has died and been replaced. If it endures to the end of the divine process, that 'crew' will even be restored as part of the learning process, (i.e. 'resurrected'), and complete the journey 'home.' 

    Since the choice between good and evil is ours to make, we decide if that journey will ever be completed at all. We each have the same potential, but our choice determines whether we will actually achieve it. Just fyi, mocking all of the other vital and self-evident 'Persons' that make up what we are is strong evidence that 'shipwreck' has either already occurred or is shortly forthcoming. Once these other connections are truly severed, being 'soulless' is a very real thing and not an inaccurate description by those who deny having one. 

    Those who are still 'sailing' know the difference. 

    "...we who have taken refuge would have strong encouragement to take hold of the hope set before us. 19This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, a hope both sure and steadfast..." (Hebrews 6:18-19).

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Yes, I suppose you could say that. Every mouth will confess to God. Everyone that has had life will be resurrected & confess. I don't know if the soul remembers, but something does. Just throw yourself on His Mercy.

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  • 1 month ago

    According to the bible the soul is you yourself and the soul dies. Ezekiel 18:4 brings that out.

    • goring
      Lv 6
      1 month agoReport

      Death of Soul means separation from our Creators=not end of life.The Soul that sinned shall die, but is Yeshuah( Jesus) we have the Promise of eternal life in the Presence of our Creators

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  • 1 month ago

    There are books and there is a belief that everything is a hologratphic recording. We have every memory is recorded with the senses and there are angels that take notes and probably more than we know of.

    However, with the Redeemer and his gospel, our sins can be blotted out, or erased and forgotten, and also remitted.

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  • 1 month ago

    Nobody can even prove a soul exists. For fux sake, people, GROW UP!

    • goring
      Lv 6
      1 month agoReport

      After you die the Soul will remember everything and will be judged accordingly in Judgement Day

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  • 1 month ago

    Prove a soul, ya can't you are a lot of talk and no link/evidence well I have to be the first to raise the alarm and call you totally full of fictional crap!

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