Jesus was translated into his Father's presence as an example of escaping sickness, disease and accidents that cause death.
Immortality is not choosing Satan's but God's way to enter heaven or where God dwells.
This is logical thinking considering, "The thief came to steal, kill and destroy and Jesus came to give everlasting life or without physical death.
While searching the scriptures to support my belief that "hell" is not an address for humanity I made an amazing discovery.
Hell has only one meaning a "grave" where people go after death.
You can check a Hebrew or Greek concordance and find that hell, Hades and Sheh-ol' all have the same meaning:
The location for the dead or a grave.
One of my granddaughters asked me what happens if I am wrong with my belief about "hell" and how will God deal with me?
This was a great question in as much as there is a counterpart, "What if I am right?"
Read the article below and decide for yourself the truth about hell.
This approach to hell is an abrupt start to an incredibly important subject regarding "immortality."
A belief in death and hell automatically makes believing in immortality an impossibility.
You will find in Acts 2:27 and 31 that Jesus went to hell or the grave when he died on the cross.
Acts 2:27; "Because you will not leave my soul in hell, neither will you allow your Holy One to see corruption."
Acts 2:31; "He saw this before and spoke of the resurrection of Christ, that his soul was not left in hell, neither his flesh did see corruption."
Soul in Greek is a breathing creature or the body. Corruption of the body starts the fourth day after death. That is why Jesus could only spend three days in hell or the grave.
There are three article in the Contact Page of this web site that shows without a doubt that hell has only one meaning and that is "a grave."
The church has made hell a burning location where the God of love and whose mercy endures forever casts a person who has sinned.
Sin has many descriptions that are made according to what denomination you are in.
Sin, truthfully described, is unbelief or missing the mark and failing to collect the prize for not believing in immortality and accepting physical death as normal because everyone dies.
Moses gave the same opportunity to choose life and not death:
"I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live." Deuteronomy 30:19