Many of today’s best-selling Christian books are accounts of people who died, visited heaven, and returned to life to recount all they had seen in the next world. Do such experiences provide reliable information about that “place called heaven?” If not, are those who claim such experiences dishonest, demonic, or deluded? Today we are going to look at what the Bible says about those who claim to have already visited that “place called heaven.”
Is heaven an actual location or simply a state of mind? If heaven is a physical destination, where is it located and what will it be like? Today we will turn to both the Old and New Testaments to discover the answers to those questions--and more--as we learn about that “place called heaven.”
As we’ve seen in this series, our country is declining steadily. But even if she were to recover one day, fulfilled prophecies remind us the return of Christ is near … that life, as we know it, will soon draw to a close. How are we to live in light of this knowledge? In the stirring message “Last Days Living,” Dr. Robert Jeffress points us to three biblical commands to follow to ensure America’s last days are our best days.
Recent surveys reveal that 66% of all Americans agree with the statement: Most Think Country Headed in Wrong Direction. "But mark this: there will be terrible times in the last days" (2 Timothy 3:1 NLT) Join us as we learn how rebelling against God is increasing in popularity, and where our hope comes from.
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