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Spiritual health

by Ken Ham

Actually, a person’s spiritual health is not just essential, it is most essential, in fact vital! “For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world and forfeit his soul?” (Mark 8:36). Read the rest of this entry

Before creation

The Bible begins by telling us how God created the earth.  But what was he doing before?  God is eternal so surely the universe we live in is not the first of God’s works and it won’t be the last.  Some people think Heaven will be boring because we will have nothing to do.  In fact we will have plenty to do just learning what God has done in the past and observing what he does in the future.  (I wonder if the words past and future will have any meaning.  We live in time so for us some things have happened in the past and others are still in the future.  Will this still be true in eternity?)

The Bible does reveal some things that happened before the earth was created. Read the rest of this entry

YOLO

YOLO stands for You Only Live Once.  It is the philosophy that the life we are now living is the only we will ever have so we should make the best use of it by doing those things which bring us the greatest amount of pleasure now.  Like any other philosophy it needs to be tested by comparing it with what the Bible teaches.

If the dead are not raised, “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die.”  (1 Corinthians 15:32)

It is correct in one point.  If the life we live now is all there is then the wisest course of action would be to get as much enjoyment as we can.  But is this life really all we have?

It is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment.  (Hebrews 9:27)

We do indeed only live once, but our existence doesn’t end when our body dies.  Here is a description of the final judgment. Read the rest of this entry

Our eternal destiny

It is a common belief among Christians that when a person dies he immediately goes either to Heaven or to Hell and remains there for all eternity. A careful study of the Bible shows that this is not correct, although it is very close to the truth.

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Tulips & Honey

Christian, wife, mom, homeschooler, podcaster

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