Have you seen the Seven Wonders of this planet? Have you seen the Seven Wonders of the country which is not to be found on any map? No, for no one has seen the land that God is preparing for those who love Him. Do you have citizen rights to that country so that some day you will be able to see it?
Heaven, the future home for all true Christians, is just as real as any city on earth. It is freedom from all pain, fullness of joy, and eternal communion with God. How can you secure a place for yourself there?
Modern liberal theologians have generally discarded belief in angels and demons. But those who read the Bible seriously come to the conclusion that great hosts of good and bad angels actually exist. What do the angels and demons do and how can we overcome the power of the demons?
What makes you feel secure? Money, popularity, or having cool stuff? Feeling secure has little to do with being secure after we die. Imagine standing before the righteous and holy God, knowing you are guilty of sin. Nothing could be less secure. How can you be truly secure, today and after you die?
Tragedy strikes once every ten minutes on American highways. Five motorists die each hour amid twisted steel and shattered glass. Automobile accidents snuff out more than 800 lives every week and approximately 42,000 annually.
If life is a choice, why do so many people choose death by suicide? Read this article to learn more about being real with yourself and God. Learn to think beyond today and to consider the future heaven, or hell.
Jim Wolf spent more than seven years behind bars. But he spent more years than that in the bondage of sin. As a youth, Jim spent much of his time on the street selling drugs, breaking into people’s houses, stealing, lying, cheating. Those years brought a harvest of trouble. Fights. The law. Jail.
Is this your answer? When I arrive at the pearly gate, I hope I will be good enough. God says, “By grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: not of works, lest any man should boast” (Ephesians 2:8, 9).