Life, Death, and THE ONLY WAY TO HEAVEN
Heretics from Heaven documents with facts, quotes, and long-ignored Scripture, how a handful of Christian Heretics from Heaven documents with facts, quotes, and long-ignored Scripture, how a handful of Christian church leaders, shunned by the rest of the church, were able to bring heaven to earth. Author James Moore claims the typical Christian church leader How Do We Get to Heaven? Lead Your Child to ChristTen-year-old Shane and his younger sister, Jaiden, compete against each other in almost everything they do.
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Man has a problem and God has an answer in Christ. How the do we How the do we respond? Graham gives the answer in simple, direct, and dynamic language. But he does not stop with the moment of the new birth, for newborns Hungry For Life. Hungry For Life has articulated a bold vision to see the world transformed by a Hungry For Life has articulated a bold vision to see the world transformed by a global movement of compassion and justice evidenced by the eradication of needless suffering.
However, this vision will only be realized when selfless values and resulting Imagine Your Life Without Fear. Each sunrise seems to bring fresh reasons for fear. They're talking layoffs at work, slowdowns in They're talking layoffs at work, slowdowns in the economy, flare-ups in the Middle East, turnovers at headquarters, downturns in the housing market, upswings in global warming. They said they were going through the most difficult period of their lives, adjusting to the almost unbearable loss of their partners.
That separation evokes pangs of sorrow and shock among those left behind.
The hurt is real. Only its intensity varies.
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Some doors are heavier than others. The sense of tragedy may be related to age. Generally the younger the victim, the greater the grief. Yet even when the elderly or infirm have been afforded merciful relief, their loved ones are rarely ready to let go.
The only length of life that seems to satisfy the longings of the human heart is life everlasting.
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Irrespective of age, we mourn for those loved and lost. Mourning is one of the deepest expressions of pure love. The only way to take sorrow out of death is to take love out of life.
Life does not begin with birth, nor does it end with death. Prior to our birth, we dwelled as spirit children with our Father in Heaven. There we eagerly anticipated the possibility of coming to earth and obtaining a physical body. Knowingly we wanted the risks of mortality, which would allow the exercise of agency and accountability. But we regarded the returning home as the best part of that long-awaited trip, just as we do now. Before embarking on any journey, we like to have some assurance of a round-trip ticket.
We were born to die, and we die to live. See 2 Cor. As seedlings of God, we barely blossom on earth; we fully flower in heaven. Think of the alternative. If all sixty-nine billion people who have ever lived on earth were still here, imagine the traffic jam! And we could own virtually nothing and scarcely make any responsible decisions. Our limited perspective would be enlarged if we could witness the reunion on the other side of the veil, when doors of death open to those returning home.
But there is another type of separation known in scripture as spiritual death. See 2 Ne. Bruce R. McConkie, 3 vols. Thus, one can be very much alive physically but dead spiritually.
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Spiritual death is more likely when goals are unbalanced toward things physical. If physical death should strike before moral wrongs have been made right, opportunity for repentance will have been forfeited. Others say whoever obeys the Ten Commandments will go to heaven. Then there are some who believe everyone will go to heaven, because God is too loving to send people to hell. But we do get a clear answer through the life of Jesus Christ.
Jesus came from heaven to a world full of evil. Jesus was God in human flesh, both human and divine. He did that by dying on a cross to pay the price for our sins.
He came back to life three days later and met with people to prove He was alive before returning to heaven. Jesus is the only one to die for us and rise again—all to provide a way for us to spend eternity with Him in heaven. All of these are pleasing to God.