Our hope is a living, breathing hope in Christ Jesus, who died on the cross, on the third day rose from the dead and now sits at the right hand of the Father. We are free by grace to live a real life, reconciled to God as sons and daughters.
“For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.”
We should not fear death, for death no longer has dominion over us. God has redeemed us with a price. Our lives are His and the penalty of sin does not bind us, but we live a new life in Jesus.
Blessed be God the Father and His Son Jesus. Blessed be His name. Blessed be His purpose. Blessed be His reign upon the earth as it is in Heaven. Blessed be His church and blessed be the hope we have that one day we will rise to life everlasting.
How great is our God to have given us His life through the Holy Spirit. How wonderful He truly is to have given us hope through Christ Jesus, for one day, He will reveal His glory to us.
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Several friends and relatives seem to not quite get this: “to live is Christ, but to die is gain!” They’ve got the living for Christ thing down pretty well, but they still are afraid of dying.
Sure, no one WANTS to suffer the pain or difficulties in dying, but what is on the other side should not inspire fear, but delight. We do not seek to die; the timing for that is best left in Father’s hands, but I look forward to Heaven!! It will be glorious beyond our most fanciful imagination.
Check out “Heaven” by Randy Alcorn to set one’s mind at ease about the transition to our next state of existence. Some speculation in the book but overall, a very good read, and a solid theological undertaking.
All glory to God, for once we see our true form, this life we now live will be but a vapor. God bless and peace to you.
Mr. Jack, I love you. Brother, you always have a way of reaching to me in the darkness and pulling me back. I’m grateful for you.
All glory to God for His good work that He is doing in you, Michael. Blessings!