“And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away” (Revelation 21:4)
It seems like the Israelites killed innocent people. But we need to learn a couple of things here.
God really does love everything He made. The Bible says He called it all “very good.”
Jesus died in our place to suffer the penalty for our sin and make a way for us to be with God forever.
Although Jesus is the Lamb of God who came to take away the sins of the world, He’s also something else—a Lion.
The death of a spotless lamb pointed toward the True Lamb who would give His life in our place once and for all time.
Some people claim that there are many different ways to get to God and to heaven. What does the Bible say?
We need to stay in constant communication with our Heavenly Commander God.
Is there any food in heaven? Do we eat in heaven?
How do I teach my son about eternity in a way that helps him look toward this with joy and not fear?
Our 8-year-old daughter asked us the other day why we only had a Heavenly Father and not a heavenly mother.
How do we know other religions aren’t true?
In the recently released biography entitled Steve Jobs, the author related the story about a life-changing question that Steve Jobs had as a 13-year-old teen.
If I am God’s child, then why doesn’t He keep me from being sick or hurt here on earth?
Why did God make us so tiny? Why is the devil mean to us?
Why did God create people when He knew they would sin?
How did God communicate with Moses?
Why did God allow the Israelites to kill people?
Is the Holy Spirit even with God?
Why did God create angels if He knew that Lucifer was going to turn on him? And why did He create people if He knew Adam & Eve were going to sin?
Where is God? Why can’t I see him?
I don’t know if I believe in God because, I mean, who made God anyway?