Resources About Heaven
Only Christ—fully man, fully God—can be the mediator between God and man. There isn’t a sinless Savior in any other religion.
Preparing for Your Death I have a friend whose parents believed that if they bought life insurance, they would die the next day. They had a fatalistic attitude: prepare for death and you will die imminently; don’t prepare and you will live a long healthy life. The result of their philosophy was predictable: when they died, their children had no insurance money to cover the funeral. I’ve seen this attitude many times in my years of ministry, and later in this newsletter, I’ve chosen to give some Christian advice about death, dying and funerals to help others overcome it. This … Read More >
Behold, the tabernacle of God is among men, and He will dwell among them, and they shall be His people, and God Himself will be among them.
Ask Pastor Lutzer
Recently on a radio show you said that Ananias and Sapphira are in Heaven.
It seems to me that your …
Well Wayne, first of all I want to tell you that I’m so glad that you asked your question.
Face to Face with Christ. No hiding. No opportunity to put a better spin on what you did. No attorney to represent you. The look in His eyes says it … See More >
Things are not what they appear to be. Behind the world of our senses—the world we see and touch—there is a spiritual universe that can only be explored by studying the Scriptures. This unseen world is inhabited by God, angels, demons, and of course, we access this world through the …
Jesus is going to bring us right before the face of God. We’ll see Him unmediated.
Heaven will be the destination for those who’ve trusted Christ alone as their Savior. Where will you be one minute after you die?
Jesus said, “I go to prepare a place for you.” Heaven is, therefore, a locality. In just what part of the universe it is located, we do not know. Astronomers say that all the stars and planets seem to be revolving around a great distant center. That center may be heaven. It is not this earth, for then Jesus would have said, “I remain to prepare a place for you.” When He said, “I go,” He meant that He would leave the earth for some other place. It is a cosmopolitan place. “I beheld, and lo, a … Read More >
Someone you know is about to pass away. Will they enter delight? Or horror? Many people spend more time planning for a vacation than preparing for eternity. Perhaps it doesn … See More >