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Will we have the opportunity to accept Christ and get right with God after we die?
The most important thing we have to settle in this life is our eternal salvation.
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When a Christian dies is it all right to cremate the body?
The Bible does not give specific directions for the disposal of the body following death.
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How could I be happy in heaven, knowing that some of my loved ones may not be there with me?
We do not know the full answer, but we do know what the Bible says concerning God's people: "He [God] will wipe every tear from their eyes.
Do you think people in heaven can see what we're doing on earth?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible doesn't clearly tell us if people in heaven are able to observe what happens on earth."
God will give me another chance to be saved after I die, won't He?
Billy Graham writes, "What we do with Christ right now will determine our eternal destiny—either in heaven with God, or in hell separated from God forever."
Do you think God gives some people a glimpse of heaven before they die?
Billy Graham writes, "Occasionally God does grant some people a glimpse of heaven's glory, particularly as they near death."
How long does it take to get over the death of a loved one?
Billy Graham writes, "It won't happen all at once, but little by little comfort will come—with God's help." Read his answer now!
I only have one or two months to live. Which book of the Bible should I read?
Billy Graham writes, "If someone could only read one book of the Bible, I would urge them to read the Gospel of John."
How can I be sure I'm going to heaven when I die?
Billy Graham writes, "We can never be saved because of what we do; we can only be saved because of what Jesus Christ has already done for us."
Why are you convinced there is life after death?
Billy Graham writes, "Think about it a moment: What would it take to prove to us that there is life after death? The answer is clear: Someone would have to die, and then come back to life again."
My son (in his forties) died of cancer recently. He was a fine Christian ... Why would God take someone like him?
Billy Graham writes, "No matter what happens to us, God still loves us and He still cares for us. He knows your pain and heartache, and He knows the grief you and your son's family are going through."
My wife and I were married for 53 years before her death last spring. I don't think I'll ever get over it because we were so close.
Billy Graham writes, "Almost nothing in life is harder than the death of a dearly loved spouse—and I want you to know that God understands your hurt and wants to help you."
A couple of weeks ago, two of my high school classmates were in a bad car wreck. Why did God let one die and the other escape?
Billy Graham writes, "My heart goes out to you and your classmates, and especially to the parents of the student who was killed."
I indicated on my driver's license that I want to be an organ donor. But I don't want to do it if it might be wrong.
Billy Graham writes, "I find nothing in the Bible that would prevent you from being an organ donor, and if your family agrees with your decision, then I would encourage you to do so."
I worry about death a lot, but most of my friends don't seem to even think about it. Is something wrong with me?
Billy Graham writes, "It might not be 'cool' to think about death, but it is realistic. It's no accident that the world's greatest literature and philosophy deal with the fact that some day our lives will come to an end."
Do you believe dying people sometimes have a glimpse of heaven?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, I believe God occasionally does grant a glimpse of heaven's glory to some before they die."
Our 6-year-old boy died of leukemia last year, and I can't believe in a God who would do that to us.
Billy Graham writes, "I do know this: God didn't cause your son's leukemia, nor did He take delight in His death. We live in a world that has been touched by evil and sin, and life is often hurtful."
I'm afraid that God will punish me after I die for all the sins I've committed. How can I get over this fear?
Billy Graham writes, "You and I deserve to be punished for our sins ... but Jesus Christ took our place."
When we die, do we go to heaven or to some other place for a time so our sins can be punished?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible doesn't answer all our questions about life after death—but it does tell us very clearly that that when we die we go immediately into the presence of the Lord if we know Christ."
I almost got killed in an accident at work several months ago, and I've been wondering what it all means.
Billy Graham writes, "It wasn't "luck" that saved you—it was God. You might not think about Him very much—but you are constantly in His thoughts."