Neither Lazarus nor the rich man saw the Lord's coming in Lk. 16:19ff, which would have released Lazarus to be with the Lord and rewarded according to his works, and not simply being with the Lord, and would also subsequently result in the rich man being sentenced in accordance with his guilt (Rv. 20:10-15) versus simply suffering a general punishment in Hell.
Trying to make the Lord's coming into one's death simply is not what Scripture does (need i actually present all the verses: 1Cor. 4:5; 2Tim. 4:1,8; Rev.11:18; Mt. 25:31-46; 1Pt. 1:7; 5:4) and is a desperate attempt to raise a ship that has already sunk. That you must continue to resort to such examples what cultist devotion can do, and as said, it must come to end. Further attempts thus warrant being ignored.