by Miles Seaborn

Dr. Miles Seaborn
1 Corinthians 15

This is one of the chapters that you ought to know
what it is about. You ought to know where the great
chapters are. Where is the Shepherd Psalm? 23.
Where is the Born Again chapter? John 3. Where is
the Faith chapter? Hebrews 11.

This the Resurrection chapter, and it is one of the
most exciting and victorious chapters in all of the
Word of God. So we are going to begin by just looking
at Verse 35; keep your Bibles open, we're going to
pray and move on through the passage.
Verse 32 says: "But someone will say, How are the
dead raised up, and with what body do they come?"

Now that is our question that we are going to answer
this morning. How are the dead raised up? What is it
going to be like in eternity? Let's pray together.

"Father, we thank you for this opportunity once
again to open your Word. Just give us an
excitement this morning as we share in the
scripture. Give us an enthusiasm, an interest,
and make our heart hungry for your Word today.
For we pray in Jesus name, Amen."


As we think about life in eternity that presupposes
the fact that we all must recognize and that is that
every person that is born must face the fold of death.
If Jesus tarries and doesn't come in our day to
rapture us and to take us on to glory as we talked
about last week then everyone of us will pass into
eternity through the portals of death. And everybody
is going to die. Everybody faces that prospect. I
recently read a new statistic on death that is fool
proof. You've heard the statistics on death, so many
will die by accident, so many by disease, etc. Well
this statistic is revolutionary. It says, "One out of
one persons die." That means you and that means me.
I know what some of you are thinking right now,
"That's right, preacher, tell'em they gotta die." But
I'm telling you that you, if Jesus tarries, you are
going to fa ...

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