Karma is a Sanskrit word that particularly describes the completion of a full circle in life.

This circle deals with human deeds and states that one needs to reap what they sow while they survive.

The law of karma is also seen in the light of reincarnation. The law of karma doesn’t determine your journey after death, in other words, your afterlife.

It states that if you do good deeds in life you shall receive the same in your later life, and vice versa.

The truth is that Christianity doesn’t believe in Karma. They do not believe in reincarnation.

Reincarnation is the philosophical or religious concept that an aspect of a living being starts a new life in a different physical body or form after each biological death.

Karma solely believes in balance. You get what you give. For example, if you’re spreading negativity, you are likely to come across people who will offer you the same.

Maybe this is why most people are always unable to understand why bad things happen to them.

If you throw a stone that is what you shall receive in return. You cannot expect a flower in return.

However, Bible clearly mentions about death occurring only once after which a human has to go through judgment by the lord, for his/her deeds.

This was mentioned in Hebrews 9:27. This shows that Christianity does not believe in life after death or rebirth, differing to the laws of karma.

Judgement day plays a really important part in Christianity and according to it, every individual shall be answerable, rewarded and punished for every deed they committed.

But one thing that is common between karma and Christianity is that both teach and enhance the important of treating each other with kindness and love.

Both of them state that the ideal way of living life is by forgiving and being compassionate towards one another.


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