by Dr. Dillon Burroughs
July 30, 2015

One of our most anticipated desires for heaven is the ability to reunite with loved ones in Christ who have gone before us. What does the Bible say about our ability to recognize our loved ones in heaven?

by Michael Ramsden

It is amazing to think that some people actually believe they are good enough to get into heaven. Perhaps it is because we read so much bad news in the papers about others that we are quick to conclude that by comparison we are superior, and so deserving of a place in eternity.

by Tim Challies
April 9, 2018

If you look at almost any poll about life after death, it will show that the vast majority of people believe in an afterlife.

by Y-Jesus

Where did the idea of Hell come from, and is it truly biblical?

by Cathy Timm

If I live a faithful, overcoming life in obedience to God’s Word then I can meet death with joy and peace. Death is nothing to be feared for anyone who is a disciple of Jesus.

by Dennis Huebshman
May 7, 2018

A movement that started a few years ago, seems to be gaining momentum even among some so-called “evangelical” circles. It’s being said there really is no hell, and if anyone is to be punished at all, it will be for a specified time and afterward the person will be taken to Heaven.

by Loren Davis

You may gamble on a lot of things, but you can't afford to gamble with your eternal soul. The stakes are big and they are forever.
The popular slogan used in churches around the globe is 'God is good all the time'. God is love but there is another side to God that most people don't want to talk about.

by Dr. David R. Reagan

The Bible does not teach one resurrection or even two resurrections in number. Rather, it teaches that there will be two resurrections in type which will be conducted in stages, resulting in several resurrections — at least four, to be specific.

by Nathan E. Jones

In sharing the Gospel with the world, I would be remiss if I didn’t share what happens to those people who die without having accepted Jesus as their Savior and so continue on the path to judgment. What’s going to happen to them? Those people who have died never having accepting Jesus’ salvation have a different destination from Heaven entirely.

by Josh Buice
June 9, 2015

We must labor to avoid errors regarding angels, demons, and Satan. Satan and other fallen angels are real spirit beings.  Don’t mistake Satan as a red monster with horns and a pitchfork.  He masquerades as an angel of light. To ignore the reality of demons is to ignore the truthfulness of many accounts on the pages of the Bible.

by Rajkumar Richard
February 18, 2016

If we are to buy a house, we will spend days, if not months, to learn more about the house. We endeavor to learn almost everything about the house before we commence our life in it. We leave no stone unturned while studying about our new home on earth. Similarly let us leave no stone unturned before we commence our life in heaven.

by Michael Houdmann

The demons/fallen angels are enemies of God, but they are defeated enemies. Christ has “disarmed the powers and authorities,” and He has “made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them by the cross”. As we submit to God and resist the devil, we have nothing to fear.

by The End Time
May 14, 2015

The world's fascination with life after life is not only unabated since breaking through to the mainstream in the 1970s, but it's growing. Christian booksellers are helping this along, partnering with New Age thought, and blending the two so that one is virtually indistinguishable from the other.

by Howard Green    

Where will you go when you die? The world is full of people who believe they will go to heaven. Tragically, churches are also full of people who believe they are going to heaven. The truth is….heaven is one of two possible places people go when they die. The other place many people go when they die is hell.

Howard Green

I believe there is a portion of Christianity worldwide who would gladly trade this old world for heaven in a split second. I also believe there is another portion of Christians who are quite content with things as they are - thank you very much. Why is this the case?

by Howard Green

There are so many people in the world who believe they will go to heaven when they die. I’m not referring to people who are willfully running headlong into sin with gusto. I’m referring to people who you would classify as all around nice people. In fact, they would classify themselves as nice people as well. That is why this popular notion of good, nice, sweet people is so sad.

by Douglas Groothuis

The very word 'hell' is often replaced by friendlier phrases such as 'separation from God.' Although this description of hell is accurate, it lacks punch for those who know little of God’s goodness, holiness, and hatred of sin. To them, separation from God may seem like freedom from a domineering spouse or parent. Why fear that?