Okay, aside from this group's really cool name - (Manafest - like a feast of manna) - I really like this song. I prefer the version I have on my iPod to this one, though, that doesn't have the overdubbed screaming.
No Plan B. At some point we all need to make our decision. We need to choose our belief about the afterlife. It can't wait because the end is too uncertain. We can't choose not to choose, because our choice affects how we live.
You can choose to believe that there is nothing in the afterlife. But if you do, you had better be sure about that, because you don't get a back up plan. If you choose to believe there is no God - then you come face to face with Him - of course you are going to change your mind. But that isn't faith. Faith is being sure of what you hope for and CERTAIN OF WHAT YOU DO NOT SEE. (Hebrews 11:1, emphasis mine)
This song is just a reminder that your choice is a one-time deal. There are no doors at the end. Behind Gate #1 is simply this, "Well done, My good and faithful servant," or "Depart from me, I never knew you." There is no Gate #2; there is no Plan B.