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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."
Sometimes I curse God. Have I committed the unpardonable sin?
Billy Graham writes, "You may be angry at Him for some reason—but God loves you."
I'm 9 years old and I'd like to know what people do in heaven. Will you tell me?
Billy Graham writes, "Heaven is far greater than anything we can ever imagine —but the Bible does give us some clues."
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."
Will Jesus warn people before He returns to earth?
Billy Graham writes, "God has already given us all the warning we need to be ready for Christ's return."
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 can anyone say for sure that his or her name is written down in God's book?
Billy Graham writes, "When we come by faith to Christ, all our sins are forgiven. We can know our names are written in God's book—because of Christ."
Why would a loving God send anyone to hell?
Billy Graham writes, "If you think about it, the lawbreaker is to blame for what has happened to him, not the judge."
I'm not a good person, and I'm not worthy of going to heaven. What can I do?
Billy Graham writes, "Would it surprise you if I told you that no one—not a single person—is worthy of going to heaven?"
God will give us a second chance after we die, won't He?
Billy Graham writes, "Nowhere in the Bible does God promise us a second chance (that is, an opportunity to believe and be saved after we die)."
Why do you say that all we have to do to have eternal life is to believe in Jesus?
Billy Graham writes, "You have asked a very important question, and I pray you will consider it seriously, because nothing is more important than our eternal salvation."
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If God loves us so much, why would He ever send a person to a place like hell?
It is not God's desire that any person should suffer an eternity in hell. The Bible says, "He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish ..."
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I'm a good person, so why wouldn't I go to heaven?
Many people have a misconception about God and what is required for us to go to heaven. ... As long as our good deeds outweigh our bad deeds, we think God will surely reward us with eternal life. But that is a serious misunderstanding and is wrong.
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."
Why don't Christians believe in reincarnation?
Billy Graham writes, "No matter how long we lived—or how many lives we had—we could never erase the stain of sin that keeps us from God."
I enjoy traveling and doing new things, and heaven doesn't sound very exciting compared with this life. Am I wrong?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, you are wrong—although I suspect many people have the same idea about heaven that you do."
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."
How do we know that our souls won't be trapped in our bodies when we die, instead of going to be with God?
Billy Graham writes, "God's plan will come to pass, for He loves us, and nothing can overcome Him."
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."