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How to Know If You Are Going to Heaven When You Die (5 of 5)
Series: Heaven Is A Real Place
Dr. Fred Lowery
Romans 5:12; Matthew 22:30; Ephesians 5:31-32; Psalms 9:5; Revelation 6:10-11; Revelation 18:20; Revelation 19:1-5; Luke 9:31; 1 Timothy 3:16; 1 Corinthians 4:9; Luke 16:23-26; Luke 15:7; Luke 15:10; Revelation 21:5; 1 John 3:2; Luke 24:43; Revelation 19:9; Revelation 22:2; Revelation 15;3-4; Revelation 5:9-10; John 14:5-6; Matthew 7:21-23; Ephesians 2:8-9; Matthew 7:13-14; Acts 4:12
November 26, 2006
A few months ago Barbara Walters did a TV special on heaven; where is it and how do you get there? She doesn't know. Trust me. In fact, the person she was most excited about was the Dali Lama, if she follows him. Well, we won't go there. But if you saw that, what doesn't surprise me is that it was both deceptive and confusing. For the past few Sundays I've tried to walk with you through God's word and help you understand what the Bible tells us about heaven because this book is our only true source. This is the one we can count on. Interestingly, the Bible does tell us a whole lot about heaven. Today as we wind up this series, what I want to do is answer some questions that I am most asked about heaven. Of course, I can't do all of them, but I will do a few of them. Then, at the close of the service this morning, I'm going to give you an opportunity to invite Jesus and heaven into your heart and life. That's the most important decision that you could ever make. The best gift I could ever give you is to offer you the gospel, the good news of the gospel.
Let's talk about these questions that come to me. 1. Do little babies and small children go to heaven when they die? What we normally say is sure they do because they are innocent. There is nothing more innocent than a baby or a small child. Listen to me, I believe with all my heart, mind and soul that babies and small children go to heaven, but not because they are innocent. The bibl ...
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