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This is a topic that has come up in the minds of everyone at some point along the road of life. Be it Christian, Atheist or whatever Religion, everyone who is old enough to know what “Death” is, has wondered about that point in life when they cease to exist. It is important for Christians to understand death properly while they are still alive here on earth. The majority of people have misconceptions about death, afterlife and Heaven. Understanding death helps us not to fear it, but also not to welcome or celebrate death as many Christians do. Sections in this Biblical Teaching: 1) What is Death? 2) Who is in Heaven right now? 3) When shall passed-away Christians go to Heaven? 4) Is Death a Friend or Foe? 5) Apparent contradictions about the Death and...
This scripture speaks about the dying moments of Jesus Christ on the Cross. Jesus was nailed to the cross along with 4 other Criminals or Malefactors. This verse is often mis-quoted to prove that Christians go to heaven immediately after death, but this is an incorrect misinterpretation of the Bible. The Bible can be confusing at times. It is easy to misunderstand some of the scriptures, often because of the way they were originally written, or because of slight imperfections in their translations. The idea of Christians going to heaven directly after death had to come from somewhere. Let us explore one of those misunderstood verses in the Bible, that many preachers use to convince people that their loved ones are happily in heaven right now. (Luke 23:42) And...
Genesis 1:1 – The First Verse of the First Chapter of the First Book of the Bible. Such a short verse of Scripture, with so much meaning, time and history behind it. Let us explore the mysteries of this verse in great detail. (Genesis 1:1) English: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Hebrew: בראשׁית ברא אלהים את השׁמים ואת הארץ׃ “In the beginnig” Hebrew-7225 ראשׁית rê’shîyth ray-sheeth’ From the same as Hebrew-7218; the first, in place, time, order or rank (specifically a firstfruit): – beginning, chief (-est), first (-fruits, part, time), principal thing. “God” Hebrew-430 אלהים ‘elôhîym el-o-heem’ Plural of Hebrew-433; gods in the...
As Christians, we all know that we should walk righteously in life; being good examples unto others while setting the standard as a Child of God, for others to follow. How many of us actually understand what it means by “Walking Circumspectly”, as God has told us to do, in the Bible. We are also told that we must “Redeem the time”. What does this mean? To walk correctly in life as Christians, we should first accurately understand God’s instructions. If we don’t, then we can more easily be led astray by any wrong doctrine that comes at us. I will explain in this teaching, what it means to “Walk Circumspectly” and also the meaning of “Redeeming the Time”. To do this, we will take a deeper look at Ephesians Chapter 5, verses 15 and 16. Sections...