“The life of Jesus is bracketed by two impossibilities: a virgin’s womb and an empty tomb. Jesus entered our world through a door marked ‘no entrance’ and left through a door marked ‘no exit’” (Peter Larson). via He is not … Continue reading
Life in heaven prior to the resurrection of our bodies. Continue reading
Our Creator did not allow death to have the final word. Life in our present physical bodies is not our only existence. Continue reading
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The most important court appointment has already been made. It is an appointment to the highest judiciary seat possible and it covers the entire human race. Continue reading
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Tagged Easter, final judgment, God's judgment, Justice, Resurrection
Most people know that the Bible doesn’t describe a pleasant end for those who reject God’s offer of salvation through Jesus Christ. But what type of judgment falls on them? Continue reading
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Tagged Death, Do people suffer in hell forever, Eternal suffering, Is hell a place?, Is hell real?, life after death, Resurrection
All people should expect to be resurrected. According to Jesus, “a time is coming when all who are in their graves will hear his voice and come out (John 5:28-29).
But Jesus also said that some “will rise to live” and some “will rise to be condemned.”
Which group will you be in?
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Tagged Fear of death, life after death, Resurrection