50 Things You Need to Know About Heaven by Dr. John Hart

By Dr. John Hart

Answers on your questions on 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 household?
It seems the Bible is full of solutions on your most vital questions, explaining what heaven seems like, who might be there, and the way to get there within the first position. during this publication you will discover transparent reasons of those passages, providing you with a good and lovely photo of our everlasting domestic. locate convenience and peace within the fact approximately heaven.

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Spurgeon. Instead, work in heaven will be radically fulfilling, even fun. God will assign us individual tasks and responsibilities. We were never created to be inactive, even in heaven. Work was always part of God’s creation for people. In the beginning, God himself worked in creative activity for six days when he made the world (Gen. 2:2–3). Jesus also worked. In a prayer to the Father, he said, “I have brought you glory on earth by finishing the work you gave me to do” (John 17:4). Work itself is not a curse or punishment.

This is the pattern and promise for all of us who have believed in Christ. Not only was Paul convinced that after death he would immediately be in the presence of the Lord, but he favored being with the Lord in heaven far more than staying on earth. He longed for heaven. Later, he wrote a letter to the Philippian church from a prison in Rome. In his letter, he expressed the possibility that he would be put to death. Death isn’t to be dreaded or feared. It means going to heaven. “I am torn between the two,” he said.

They “were longing for a better country—a heavenly one” (Heb. 11:16). Tents don’t have much of a foundation.  10). In the Old Testament, first the tabernacle and then the temple was where God said he would personally meet with his people (Ex. 25:22). In the temple, the priests could have delightful fellowship with God. In the most famous psalm of the Bible, David wrote, “Surely your goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever” (Ps.

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