Death will usher all individuals into the eternal realm.
He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him. (John 3:36 KJV)
Death is a certainty for all mankind. Natural physical death comes to each man according to God’s timing and will; as God ultimately hold the keys to life and death ushering man into an internal hell or eternal life according to his personal spiritual health condition.
There is no such thing as man conquering death; even the act of committing suicide or the drama portrayed living above the naturally occurring consequences of death as Hollywood movies both often serve to confuse man’s perception and understanding of precise spiritual parameters God has set in place for the moment of succumbing to physical death.
There will be no end to God’s wrath for all eternity for any person who has chosen; by their personal lack of faith and ill spiritual health, to face the wage or cost of their personal sin at death. Living on earth, without placing faith in God for spiritual salvation and the assurance of eternal life, leaves a man open for God’s eternal judgment and wrath. Alternately, placing faith in God for His Son’s sacrifice upon the cross while upon this earth, covers man in His grace and mercy instead of being slammed upon their physical death with the hammer of His righteous judgment with His holy wrath, and immediately finalizing an eternal residence in hell upon death.
The end of physical life will abruptly bring or usher individuals who are in the dark spiritually and without God only to an eternal existence without the presence of God in the fires of Hell. Individuals who have placed personal faith in God through His Son Jesus Christ will be immediately ushered into the eternal realm and into the glorious presence of God for all eternity.
The Bible tells us a spiritually enlightened individual can be confident about their eternity beyond their physical death:
We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord. (2 Corinthians 5:8 KJV)