Regardless of faith, religion, age or race a person will die one day as death is inevitable.
While we all know that death is certain. What happens next remains a question in mind.
Muslims however must believe, without any doubt, in the Day of Judgment and the physical resurrection when the body will be recreated and the soul will surely be reunited with the body by God’s unlimited power. Since Islam teaches that one’s life doesn’t end on earth; rather, it is followed by the eternal life of the hereafter.
The Judgment Day is one of the major themes of the Quran that includes resurrection of all living creatures, judgment and the rewards and punishment for all the creatures.
It is the day where every individual will be resurrected to account for their lives. They will stand before The Creator and be questioned about his or her deeds.
God will weigh everyone’s good and bad actions according to His Mercy and His Justice. Those who fulfilled their purpose in life and lived righteously will enter an eternal paradise of pure bliss and those whose evil outweighs the good, he shall be punished.
“On that Day, people will come forward in separate groups to be shown their deeds: whoever has done an atom’s weight of good will see it, but whoever has done an atom’s weight of evil will see that” (Quran 99:6-8).