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I think life as we know it will end and we'll be absorbed into God—kind of like a grain of salt being absorbed into the ocean. But my Christian friend says I'm wrong.
Billy Graham writes, "I'm sure one reason your friend says this is because he has made Jesus Christ the foundation of his life, and he knows this is not what Jesus taught."
My mother was a strong Christian, and when she died a few months ago she had no doubt that she was going to go to heaven. How could she be so sure?
Billy Graham writes, "Your mother was sure she was going to heaven for one reason."
Do you think we'll ever totally eliminate all sickness and disease, so we can go on living on this earth forever?
Billy Graham writes, "No, this is not what the Bible means by eternal life. Eternal life is life on a completely different level, because it means living in God's presence in heaven forever."
I've heard people say that all I have to do to get to heaven is to believe in Jesus. Well, I think I believe in Jesus, but down inside I'm not at all sure I'll go to heaven when I die. In fact, I kind of doubt if I will. What am I missing?
What you've heard is right: All we have to do to get into heaven is to believe in Jesus. Jesus Himself said, "Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life" (John 3:36). But what does it mean to "believe" in Jesus?
My neighbor says he believes in God's judgment, but that it occurs while we are on earth, not after we die. In other words, if we do something wrong God makes us pay for it now, not later. He also believes that everyone will go to heaven, since they already will have paid for their sins while they were alive. This isn't what the Bible says, is it?
When we get to heaven, will we know what's happening on earth? If so, how can we be happy? There's so much misery in the world that I'd think it would just make us sad.
The Bible doesn't answer all our questions about heaven - and we don't know exactly how much knowledge those in heaven have about what happens here.
Do you believe that we'll be reunited with our loved ones when we get to heaven? I deeply hope we will be, but with all the millions and millions of people up there, how will we ever find them? Maybe I shouldn't worry about this but I do.
Yes, I firmly believe we will be reunited with those who have died in Christ and entered heaven before us.
I don't believe God would ever condemn anyone or send them to what you Christians call "hell." I believe God is perfect love, and He has an infinite capacity to overlook the sins we commit. Why do some preachers keep talking about hell?
It may surprise you to learn that the person in the Bible who talked the most about hell was Jesus - and that's one reason why Christians take it so seriously.
My uncle never had anything to do with God, but on his deathbed his wife's pastor supposedly led him to Christ. Do you think God actually forgave him and allowed him into heaven, although he'd lived like the devil?
Only God knows whether or not your uncle truly repented of his sins and trusted Christ for His salvation before he died - but if he did, God fully forgave him, and you can be confident that he is now in heaven forever.
"Won't a Good, Moral Life Get Me to Heaven?"
God does not grade "heaven entry" on a moral curve; He grades according to His own unchanging standard.
A Crib, a Cross, a Cave
The crib is incredible, the cross is indescribable and the cave is indispensable with its message of hope for a dying and desperate planet.
Are You Prepared for Eternity?
Life is uncertain — we could face eternity at any time.
Like a Shadow
How do you see your life?
Have you tasted the water that Jesus gives?
What Happens When You Die?
Your eternal peace depends on what you do with Jesus Christ.
25 Wonderful Words
John 3:16 summarizes some of the best news we will ever read.
The Hope of Eternal Life
With God there are no accidents, no tragedies and no catastrophes as far as His children are concerned.
Forever With Jesus
A woman tells the story of how she and her husband came to Christ at the 1967 Billy Graham Crusade in Winnipeg, Manitoba.