The bereaved often grapple with questions about the afterlife — like whether we’ll recognise family and friends on the other shore
That we will all die is well established. What happens after we take our last breath is disputed. But the Bible has answers
If living believers cannot earn any merit for the dead by taking baptism, why does the Apostle seem to be teaching such a doctrine?
Is it merely anybody’s guess where Jesus was in the days between His death and resurrection? Or can we come to a reasonable conclusion from Scripture?
A stunning OT promise from God can be found in the book of Isaiah: judgment is coming — but He Himself will provide hope, restoration and blessing
What lies in store for humans at the time of death? Do we become spirits, roaming the face of the earth? Or do we wait for judgement in no man's land?
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