Our earthly life means very little in comparison with “the great beyond ”, which is real, in spite of our present suffering and lack of understanding.
Your time is running out, eternity is coming. Make the choice now.
A Pew Research survey finds that a large majority of Americans believes in the existence of hell. Only four in ten Catholics and Protestants believe the Christian faith is the only way.
We have no right to go around thinking that we wish we were like this or that person.
We are not here forever. Ageing makes us face up to our mortality. It tells us about more than just the “vanity” of life.
The Bible says that time is running out. Those of us who have already acknowledged Him as Lord will live with Him forever.
Churches across the country remember those who died in special worship services with a “message of hope in resurrection and eternal life”.
We should be able to transform the time of waiting into a time of hope and patience. Then we will discover that God can change our adversities into opportunities.
Stefan Gustavsson, Director of Apologia Centre for Christian Apologetics, explains and defends the claim that God is coming back to judge every human being.
The day will come when there will be no confusion about the future.
Altered Carbon goes a long way to showing us what an eternity without God’s presence would look like.
Our faith bumps into surprise and dances with doubt, like Peter’s and John’s.
We are often cranky and cynical already at a young age, aren’t we?
Beauty, at least the kind of beauty the impressionists captured, can for now be only momentary.