Thou shalt not kill is a difficult one; the Hebrew word ‘ratzach’ is connected to ‘murder’ rather than to ‘killing’, but if one translates the commandment as “thou shalt not kill” one is creating a contradiction.
Yah kills, but he does not murder, Torah authorises judicial execution under exceptional circumstances, and whilst this is killing, it is not murder.
But we also have to understand that out lives belong to our Creator anyway, and He does not have to ask our permission to obey His Torah (which He ALWAYS does), death belongs to Adam and Yah has no truck with the things of men.
Yah can take my life or preserve it as He deems fit, and I trust in Him to get it right, and if I walk according to His Laws and statutes, judgements and advices, then I have nothing to fear from death itself.
The death of Adam is a separation from Yah, and when the flesh dies, the spirit becomes unlaced from it and goes to Hades, there the spirit is ‘judged’ and gets what it deserved according to its spiritual state, Torah compliant or Torah rejecting. Those who believe in demonic entities will be harvested by those same entities, and those who believe in nihilism will probably be annihilated.
Lazarus was taken to the bosom of Abraham, and probably raised as a first fruit when liberated by Yahushua. Salvation is not “believing in Jesus” so much as believing in “Torah made flesh and dwelling amongst us”. Above all, we cannot attain Righteousness before Yah if we reject His Torah because if we reject Torah, we reject Torah made flesh too, and that is Yahushua.