By Dr. John Hart
Answers for your questions on Heaven
We all need to know what occurs once we die. can we visit heaven? what is going to we do there? do we see our household?
It seems the Bible is full of solutions in your most vital questions, explaining what heaven feels like, who might be there, and the way to get there within the first position. during this e-book you will discover transparent causes of those passages, providing you with a decent and gorgeous photograph of our everlasting domestic. locate convenience and peace within the fact approximately heaven.
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Jesus said that “everyone who has faith in me will live, even if they die” (John 11:25 CEV). Each person must live, and while living he must believe. No one can die and then believe in Jesus. ” Advocates of a second chance believe that Jesus went into hell to proclaim the good news of the gospel to these dead people. ” If this is about a second chance to believe, it is limited to those during the time of Noah and the flood—a small number of all the people throughout history. All Bible interpreters admit that this passage is difficult to understand.
We know from the Bible that the angels are watching and know what we do (1 Cor. 4:9). They are even called “watchers” (Dan. 4:13, 17, 23 ESV). But are people who have died and are in heaven also watching? Nothing clearly says they are able to see what is happening. But several Bible passages seem to imply that they might somehow know what is happening. Does God tell them? One fascinating vision is in Revelation 6. ” These men and women were martyred for their faith. ’ ” (6:9–10). It is interesting that their identity had not changed in heaven.
There was his name! Few of us plan our days as if we are going to die tomorrow. We frequently joke about it, but we don’t take it seriously. Neither do we seriously consider what happens to us after death. We plan our retirement far more conscientiously than we do the “retirement” that follows our retirement. If we think about the afterlife at all, we assure ourselves that we are better than most others and deserve to be in heaven—if it exists. I once sat on an airplane next to an older man with whom I struck up a conversation.