Ever wonder what happens when we die? Dr. Baruch of Loveisrael.org gives a scriptural defense of what happens when we die. Here is the video.
It will either comfort you or cause you alarm. If you are alarmed because you are not sure where you will spend eternality then do this:
Take the 10 commandments Exodus 20 and read them back to the Lord. How do you stack up? Have you lied? Yes. Have you made God into your own image? Have you lusted after anyone? Yes. You committed adultery in your heart Christ said. Have you spoken evil about someone? This is called murdering someone in your heart. You are a sinner like the rest of us. And the wages of sin is death. Eternal death. But we have hope in what Christ did on the cross for us. He took the punishment we should have experienced. So place your sins on Him and turn away from your sin but ask God to help you to change. Here is a video on whether you are good enough to get into heaven. We all think we are good people. But whose standard are we deciding by?
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To have a relationship with God versus religion pray this prayer sincerely, and in your own words. Dear Heavenly Father, (Matt. 6:9) I want a relationship with You...not a religion. I come to You and open my heart. (John 3:16) I will be honest and sincere with You. (John 4) I am running my life and need Your help. (Matt. 6:10) I was made in Your image and I won't be happy until I am in a relationship with you. (Gen. 3) Most of my behavior does not please You. (Romans 3:23) I know I am a sinner, so please forgive my sins because Jesus Christ, Your Son, came to die for me. (John 3:16) I believe Jesus Christ is my savior and salvation is a free gift! It cannot be earned through good works. (Eph. 2:8) You did this so that I can be in a relationship with You on earth and for all eternity. (Romans 10:9-13) And, I will forgive those who have sinned or hurt me too, since you have forgiven me. Take away any bitterness or resentment I carry. (Matt. 6:13-14) Please show me and teach me how to live a praiseworthy life on earth to You. (Matt. 6:33, Acts 9 and 10) I know You love me Father, and I want to love You as well and that you have a purpose and plan for my life. Please teach me to pray. (Matt. 6:9) Thank you, God for saving me to Yourself (Ex. 19:1-8) and making me a new person! (2 Cor. 5:17) In Jesus name I pray, Amen! Learn to grow at www.biblestudycompany.comSee full post & comments