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...

 

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...

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...

Everybody likes to be recognized (that is, unless you are trying to fool the paparazzi). There is something special about being remembered. I can recognize my wife from the back of her head, while standing in a crowded room. I’ve seen studies where people recognize the...

One of the most ominous moments in the lives of those closest to Jesus occurs during what is commonly known as “the last supper,” where Jesus informs his friends that he will be betrayed by one of them (Jn 13:21), and also that he is leaving them (Jn 13:33). “Lord,” Pe...

A reader asks, “My children's father committed suicide in 2009. I have heard that if a Christian commits suicide he will go to hell. Do you believe this is true?"

The answer to this question requires us to acknowledge certain assumptions present in the question, which i...

Randy Alcorn, arguably the world's leading scholar on heaven, tells the story of a friend who noticed him working on a new book project, which prompted him to ask, "What are you working on?"

"A big book on Heaven," Alcorn said.

"Well, since Scripture says 'No eye has see...

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