Many believe that just like in the case of Lazarus and many other examples, people will be brought back to life on earth.
Interestingly, Lazarus had been resurrected and died again. Yet obviously he can still come back to life - yet again (2x).
I came across this passage in Job 33:24-29:
24 Then [God] is gracious to him and says, Deliver him from going down into the pit [of destruction]; I have found a ransom (a price of redemption, an atonement)!
25 [Then the man’s] flesh shall be restored; it becomes fresher and more tender than a child’s; he returns to the days of his youth.
26 He prays to God, and He is favorable to him, so that he sees His face with joy; for [God] restores to him his righteousness (his uprightness and right standing with God—with its joys).
27 He looks upon other men or sings out to them, I have sinned and perverted that which was right, and it did not profit me, or He did not requite me [according to my iniquity]!
28 [God] has redeemed my life from going down to the pit [of destruction], and my life shall see the light!
29 [Elihu comments] Behold, God does all these things twice, yes, three times, with a man,
Note this very interesting statement: "Behold, God does all these things twice, yes, three times, with a man"
I have always understood that man could be resurrected once. Yet it seems implied that he would have more than one life span on earth.
Can anyone coordinate this with the scriptures to help determine just how many times we could die and be brought back to life? And under what circumstances and conditions?