A Resurrection to Immortality: The Resurrection, Our Only Hope of Life After Death
WestBow Press, 2011 M04 14 - 612 páginas
Life is the most important possession we have. Without it, there is nothing. Only by the resurrection at the second coming of Christ will anyone have life after death.
After the resurrection,
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There is some evident in Paul's letters that he may have thought Christ would
come in his lifetime. Paul seems to have been longing for the return of Christ and
for the time when he would be at home with Christ thinking it would be soon and
Paul clearly says the time ofhis death has come, but he will not receive the crown
ofrighteousness unto the appearing of Christ at theJudgment Day. He will be with
the Lord at the same time all the saved will be, “at that day” theJudgment Day, ...
Why did Paul say he had a desire to depart? He lived a life ofsuffering, toil, and
trials [2 Corinthians 11:23-33] and likeJob, he understood death would be a
relieffrom pain; and he knew that from the standpoint ofthe person that departs it
Paul had not died, and nothing is said about him having a disembodied spirit that
went to Heaven without his body or after the death ofhis body. Second possibility:
this was a vision: 2. Neither would a vision prove anything about a ...
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