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I once polled a group of Christians on a variety of questions they would most like answered on Heaven, and the question, “Is it okay to be cremated” won with 64% of the vote, which, as it turns out, isn’t an isolated trend. NBC reports that cremation is “the hottest tr...

Will Graham, Billy Graham’s grandson, shares an inspirational story on the power of trusting God’s Word. “On a daily basis I’m blessed with stories of the many ways God chose to use my grandfather to reach people around the world,” writes Will. “What many people may no...

Some years ago I served as a chaplain for a Hospice agency, which often required me to visit what was known as the “TLC” (Tender, Love, and Care) unit at the local nursing home. The TLC unit was a locked-down room that housed people with Alzheimers and Dementia.

It was...

One major epoch of heaven is what many call the “Millennium,” a Latin word that means “one thousand years.” The Bible describes the Millennium as a future, earthly dominion where Jesus will reign as King (Rev 19-20). This is the period to which Jesus refers when he tea...

The specific question is, "What does it mean that the tree of life bears twelve kinds of fruit in Revelation 22?"

The final chapters of the Bible describe what is known as the “new heaven and earth” (Rev 21:1). This is the final epoch of heaven. It occurs after the Mill...

The words “heaven” and “forever” are usually synonymous, and so it seems strange to ask whether or not we will live in heaven forever. However, the answer is a bit more complex than merely saying “yes” or “no,” because the answer is both “yes” and “no,” depending on ho...

If this question were on a coin, the other side would read, “Doesn't the Bible say we can't know anything about heaven?” The result of this kind of assumption is that heaven is boring. As Christians we know Heaven must be exciting, but it’s hard to be excited about som...

 

While these were amazing seats, I couldn’t help but notice some people had courtside seats, which afforded a better view of the game than my seats. Then I noticed some people were right behind the team’s benches, which were in closer proximity to the players than my s...

During a stay in a 4-star downtown hotel in Dallas one weekend, my wife and I pressed a “PH” button in the elevator, thinking it stood for “pool house.” It turned out it stood for “Penthouse,” a lavish room on the topmost floor fitted with the finest luxuries and best...

Death is the most devastating effect of the Fall, and the death of a baby—the most innocent of humanity—is a trophy kill for Satan. Likewise, Satan delights in birth defects, like permanent mental disabilities, because it’s his attempt to tarnish the gem of God’s creat...

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