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By Dr. John Hart

Answers for your questions about 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 for your most crucial questions, explaining what heaven feels like, who can be there, and the way to get there within the first position. during this booklet you will discover transparent motives of those passages, supplying you with a decent and lovely photograph of our everlasting domestic. locate convenience and peace within the fact approximately heaven.

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Sin is like a cancer. One percent cancer in a vital organ of your body is still a body that is radically unhealthy. ) still makes for an ungodly person. Sin is an addiction, so we do it repeatedly. So how does anyone get as good as Jesus? The answer is that God declares us to be righteous—just as righteous as Jesus is—when we believe that Jesus is the only one who can forgive us and wipe our slate clean. Like a heavenly bank account that we have far overdrawn, God both cancels our debt (forgiveness) and then deposits a huge payment (justification and eternal life).

Death itself is irreversible, and a woman who has an abortion doesn’t get a second chance to revisit that decision. Life is filled with choices that we can’t change or alter. The motivation to see in the Bible the hope of a second chance may be prompted by one’s concern for dead loved ones who have not come to faith and may be in hell. Or it may be driven by a misunderstanding of the love of God over against his holiness, righteousness, and justice. But the Bible is clear that one must choose to recognize their sinful condition while alive on earth and place their faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus to forgive their alienation from God.

Hebrews 9:27 sets in close sequence our death and our final judgment. “Everyone must die once, and after that be judged by God” (TEV). There is no hint of a second chance here. If we had a second chance to gain heaven after death, then what would motivate us to believe now and to live according to Jesus’ teachings? A second-chance viewpoint suggests that some of those among the dead who have refused to believe in Jesus while alive will do so in the torment of hell. This presumes that their punishment in hell will change their hearts and minds.

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