Transitioning from death to life is not a normal occurrence in today's world because many of us view death of any kind as a final event. But when our God is alive, death can never be final. That the death of Jesus was not final is proof that our God is fully alive. Satan may contend that life with him is preferable to death with God, but God is not the arbiter of death. Satan is the arbiter of death of any kind, even when it appears on the surface to be life. One of Satan's versions of life does not plunge you into unconsciousness, but rather, into an eternal state of conscious agony. When God gives you life, he gives it abundantly, with joy, gladness, and fullness of heart. The devil may seek to undermine the quality of your life, for a time, but ultimately God's gift of life will fully manifest.
One of the most poignant examples of a resurrection in nature is the planarian, which can regenerate its entire body from a single live cell. Nature thus provides positive confirmation of God's ability to resurrect everyone who truly trusts in him, obeys his commands, and receives his indwelling Holy Spirit. Some who have already transitioned will be resurrected from a state of unconsciousness, and others will be resurrected from their current life into a fullness of life, undefiled by the attacks of the devil. Even if all that is left of you is a single bone fragment, the power of God can resurrect you from the dead. If you are alive when he returns, he can catapult you into a new realm of existence, and into a life that has never before been seen or imagined.
God's ability to fulfill his promise of a resurrection, and of eternal life depends on our fulfilling our obligation to do as he commands. If we don't acknowledge him as God and instead, we choose either to follow another god, or to place ourselves on the throne of God, we cannot expect to be resurrected. If we shut the doors of our churches, deny entrance to his Holy Spirit, and block the path of escape for those on the inside of those churches, they cannot expect to be resurrected. Nor can we live in deliberate sin and rebellion for as long as possible, then choose to repent at the last minute, just prior to his return. Such calculated strategizing can never rise to the level of purity of heart necessary for entry into the kingdom of God. Choose now to accept God's gift of a resurrection.