Do we get a reformatting memory wipe in heaven? Yes.

Posted on Oct 08, 2020

Ezekiel Diet Note:  Recently I’ve considered whether or not dying and heaven come with a memory wipe at the point of death or some point later. Like reformatting a hard drive. The brain is still operational without all the clutter, reprogramming, habits, regrets, and haunting thoughts of friends and family in hell for eternity.

Will I have eternity to occasionally think about a lost friend or family member at that same moment burning in the lake of fire screaming in agony for another chance; a haunting thought forever?

I’ve heard that scream before. When I was 10 years old I cut my heel almost off stepping on a piece of broken clay pipe hidden in the grass and had to go to the emergency room for a lot of stitches. One room over in the emergency room was a young guy who was in an horrible automobile accident while trying to pass a school bus. I saw a picture of the accident the next day in the newspaper and the only thing you could recognize from his wrecked car was the steering wheel sticking straight up from a mass of crumpled metal. I don’t know how he survived. In agonizing pain he kept screaming over and over and over “give me another chance.” That experience changed me, it made me a much more cautious guarded person. Fifty plus years later I don’t think this was a fortuitous event for me to be at that hospital emergency room at the same time this poor guy showed up. If for no other reason than just sharing his story of agonizing pain and regret.

I’m sure many of my friends and family won’t waste a second lining up to take the Mark of the Beast. And I know many people who won’t even consider a personal relationship with Christ that are self-righteously strutting to their appointed judgement day.

I believe the Holy Spirit just answered this question as this verse in Revelation 21:4 KJV comes to my mind:

And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

The only way this is possible is a reformat (wiping away) of memory.  However, the memory has to be intact for judgement, so it can’t be immediately upon death.

At some point after death we must get a reformat memory wipe.  Like a new born baby. I wonder if this is actually the meaning of being “born again”.


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