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Can We Know for Certain We Are Going to Heaven? (Examine the Evidence)

by Ralph O. Muncaster

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Published by Harvest House Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity - Theology - Eschatology,
  • Christian Theology - General,
  • Religion - Theology,
  • Heaven,
  • Religion

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10603573M
    ISBN 100736906118
    ISBN 109780736906111
    OCLC/WorldCa45104830

    We’re used to hearing about heaven as a happy place where we go when we die. And most people hear about heaven in a few contexts: It’s where good/faithful people go when they’re dead. It’s where we’ll see departed loved ones again. It’s where God is. I’ve always found the idea of heaven fascinating.   Q. How can I know for certain that I will go to heaven? I have of course recognized my sin and asked the Lord into my life to take control of all of it. What you’re asking about is sometimes known as “assurance of salvation.” It’s one of the main themes of the biblical book of First John, so I’ll answer your question from that book.

    A: Yes, at least to a certain degree. Several passages in the book of Revelation seem to indicate that the believers already in Heaven are aware of earthly events (, , ). Hebrews describes a great “cloud of witnesses” watching us from Heaven as we .   1 Then I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,” for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea. 2 I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband. 3 And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, “Look! God’s dwelling place is now among the people, and he will.

      In Heaven, we’ll see clearly (1 Cor. ), but won’t know everything. If we knew everything, we’d be God. To see clearly, with far greater understanding, is one thing, to see omnisciently is another. God alone is Creator, we are mere creatures. Only God is omniscient; we are and always will be finite. The popular notion “we’ll know. “For we are saved by grace through faith, and not by our works lest any should boast.” Ephesians chapter 2 Salvation in the Christian world is a free gift from God to mankind. None of us can earn our way to the kingdom. Because “all have sinned an.


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Can We Know for Certain We Are Going to Heaven? (Examine the Evidence) by Ralph O. Muncaster Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Bible says, “If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us.” — 1 John (NIV) But Jesus preached repentance to receive eternal life in Heaven (Mark ), and it is through His shed blood that our sins are forgiven, covered by His good- ness, and this is why those who believe in Him will be received.

Once forgiven, we can look forward to spending eternity in Heaven with Christ and our spiritual family (John ; Revelation ). We need never fear that God will find a skeleton in our closet and say, “If I’d known you did that, I wouldn’t have let you into Heaven.”Every sin is covered under the blood of Christ.

Realizing God had opened a door for me to tell her about Christ, I reinforced that we can know for certain our eternal destiny, saying, “We can afford to be wrong about going to Sisters, Oregon, but not about going to heaven.” The truth is, we can be sure about where we. We can know for sure that we are going to Heaven.

It is mental torment to have to go through life wondering if we are going to make it to Heaven, or if we will end up in Hell. God does not want us to be mentally tormented and live in fear and uncertainty all of our days.

We are not hostages to some unknown demands of God. HIS DEMANDS ARE KNOWN. The only things we can know for certain about heaven are the things revealed in the Bible. Everything else is just speculation and hearsay.

Everything else is just speculation and hearsay. The Bible tells us everything we need to know and I believe it also tells us everything we can know for certain about heaven. Misconception: All good people go to heaven. Fact: God promises everlasting life on earth for most good people.

—Psalm29, Jesus said: “No man has ascended into heaven.” (John 3: 13) He thus showed that good people who died before him, such as Abraham, Moses, Job, and David, did not go to heaven.(Acts 2: 29, 34) Instead, they had the hope of being resurrected to life on earth. Bible verses related to Who Is Going To Heaven from the King James Version (KJV) by Relevance - Sort By Book Order John - Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is.

"We know that if our temporary, earthly dwelling is destroyed, we have a building from God, an eternal dwelling in the heavens, not made with hands" (2 Cor. If you are wondering what happens when we go to heaven, find some answers in Heaven by Randy Alcorn.

How can we know for sure that we are going to heaven. Some 2, years ago, the apostles Peter and John were preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to a large crowd in Jerusalem. Peter made a profound statement that resonates even in our postmodern world: “Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men.

The truth about heaven is God is preparing a place for us there. The Bible tells us, “And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with Me that you also may be. Can we really know for sure we will go to heaven when we die.

The Bible says we can. In 1 John we read, "I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God that you may know that you have eternal life." The question in this verse is whether we have truly believed in the Son of God.

We can know that our name is written in that book of life. That is, we can know that we are saved, but that does not give us the right to become slack or lazy in living out our faith. We cannot take that attitude that “I’ve arrived.

I’ve got my ticket to heaven. I can coast the rest of the way.”. We can know for sure that we have eternal life. We can know for sure that we will go to Heaven when we die. Do you. People who want to get to Florida don’t simply get in the car and start driving, hoping the road will somehow get them there.

Instead, they look at a map and chart their course. How to KNOW FOR SURE you are Going To Heaven by Ralph Yankee Arnold. If you do not know where you're going you could be lost.

1 John These things have I. What you need to know is that God loves us and has provided a way that we can know for sure where we will spend eternity. The Bible states it this way: “For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life” (John ).

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Can We Know for Certain We Are Going to Heaven. (Examine the Evidence)Author: Ralph O. Muncaster. “Eye has not seen, ear has not heard,” with regard to heaven is often used as a cop out.

Yes, it is true. Heaven is ultimately beyond what has ever “entered into the heart of man.” But there are certain things we can know about heaven even if now we “see in a mirror dimly” what will only be revealed fully in eternity (I Cor. We can know for sure that we are going to Heaven.

It is mental torment to have to go through life wondering if we are going to make it to Heaven or if we will end up in hell. A God of love would not want us to be mentally tormented and live in fear and uncertainty all. We all know this life will come to an end. Whether you’re coping with the loss of a loved one or have questions about your own mortality and the hereafter, these answers on heaven.

One of them is that since we are all created by God we are all children of God and we are all going to heaven. This belief is wrong, yes, we were all created by God but not all of us are children of God.

So, not everybody is going to heaven. Another belief is that if you are a good person you will go to heaven.

Yes, you can know if you're going to go to heaven. If you have trusted in the work of the true God and believe the true gospel, then you are going to heaven. Also, 1 John says that we can know we have eternal life.

In other words, it is possible for you to know you are going to heaven. KNOW WHAT YOU KNOW. In contrast, the first followers of Jesus were characterized by their certainty. They didn’t guess or hope or wish. They knew for certain. They were even willing to die for that certainty!

They said, “We know that our sins are forgiven. We know that we .Again, how can we be SURE we are bound for Heaven? Some people believe they will go to Heaven because they believe in the existence of God. However, the Bible tells us that even the demons (evil angels) know of God and believe in Him, even trembling in fear of Him (James ).