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Hi, friends! Welcome to this Bible study lesson on "What Happens After Death?" This subject has been a passion of mine since my little brother died when I was 12. Let me share with you the comfort I have found in the Bible on this deeply personal but universally important subject. And remember, we would love to hear from you and serve you in any way we can.

"When I was 12 years old, my lovable little brother, Roddy, who was 3½, suddenly died. This was absolutely devastating to me, my parents and my other brother. My world was turned upside down with grief. That was over 50 years ago, and I still get choked up when I talk about my brother and what happened.

"The tragedy worked for good in that it made me begin to think seriously about life. If there was a way to see Roddy again, I longed to discover that way. However, I remained in the dark spiritually until many years later when God began to open my eyes to understand the Bible. What a thrilling ongoing education it has been ever since! And each time I have lost another loved one, it has further increased my determination to be there for the great 'family reunion' in the next life!"

A. O. Scott is a chief film critic for The Times. He last wrote for the magazine about a crazy thing that happened on Twitter .

Credits for photographs at top of story: 1. Jamie Trueblood/AMC/Everett Collection. 2. Craig Blankenhorn/HBO/Everett Collection. 5. K.C. Bailey/FX/Everett Collection. 6. Kevin Winter/MTV/Getty Images. 7. Craig Blankenhorn/Warner Bros./Everett Collection.

A. O. Scott is a chief film critic for The Times. He last wrote for the magazine about a crazy thing that happened on Twitter .

Credits for photographs at top of story: 1. Jamie Trueblood/AMC/Everett Collection. 2. Craig Blankenhorn/HBO/Everett Collection. 5. K.C. Bailey/FX/Everett Collection. 6. Kevin Winter/MTV/Getty Images. 7. Craig Blankenhorn/Warner Bros./Everett Collection.

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Hi, friends! Welcome to this Bible study lesson on "What Happens After Death?" This subject has been a passion of mine since my little brother died when I was 12. Let me share with you the comfort I have found in the Bible on this deeply personal but universally important subject. And remember, we would love to hear from you and serve you in any way we can.

"When I was 12 years old, my lovable little brother, Roddy, who was 3½, suddenly died. This was absolutely devastating to me, my parents and my other brother. My world was turned upside down with grief. That was over 50 years ago, and I still get choked up when I talk about my brother and what happened.

"The tragedy worked for good in that it made me begin to think seriously about life. If there was a way to see Roddy again, I longed to discover that way. However, I remained in the dark spiritually until many years later when God began to open my eyes to understand the Bible. What a thrilling ongoing education it has been ever since! And each time I have lost another loved one, it has further increased my determination to be there for the great 'family reunion' in the next life!"

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A. O. Scott is a chief film critic for The Times. He last wrote for the magazine about a crazy thing that happened on Twitter .

Credits for photographs at top of story: 1. Jamie Trueblood/AMC/Everett Collection. 2. Craig Blankenhorn/HBO/Everett Collection. 5. K.C. Bailey/FX/Everett Collection. 6. Kevin Winter/MTV/Getty Images. 7. Craig Blankenhorn/Warner Bros./Everett Collection.

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