By Dr. John Hart
Answers in your questions about Heaven
We all need to know what occurs once we die. can we visit heaven? what's going to we do there? do we see our family?
It seems the Bible is full of solutions in your most vital questions, explaining what heaven appears like, who should be there, and the way to get there within the first position. during this publication you can find transparent causes of those passages, supplying you with a good and gorgeous photograph of our everlasting domestic. locate convenience and peace within the fact approximately heaven.
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That’s what happens with earthly homes. The residents eventually move out, sometimes by death. The mansions ranged from 36,000 to 100,000 square feet. Most of us don’t need and couldn’t use that much personal space. Do we each need a personal bowling alley and an Olympic-size swimming pool? In the English of the time the KJV was written, the original meaning of the word mansion meant simply “dwelling,” not a large, luxurious house. Unfortunately, the idea of mansions in heaven has become an enduring tradition in some Christian circles.
That may be true. 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).
In fact, in order to believe in Jesus Christ in the way Paul describes it (“to the one who does not work,” Rom. 4:5), we must abandon all hope of any part of our goodness as contributing in even the smallest way to what Jesus has done for us in his death on the cross and in his resurrection. If you wanted to become a billionaire but were already in debt by billions of dollars, you would first need to pay off your debt. Then you would need to earn or gain a great amount of wealth. That’s what Jesus did for us.