It is in the book. The revelation of the Lord was not just for the apostles. God is still Lord of his church and will continue to give revelations to whomever he chooses to give them to.
God’s Word is final and needs no further interpretation for it to make sense. If we would take the Word of God as it is written in the Bible, we would not have the many misunderstandings of the scripture that so many people are having. Although the Word of God has already made it very clear where the souls of the dead saints are, there are some preachers that want us to believe that when a Christian dies, we go immediately to heaven. The Bible did not say that, so the Lord gave me this revelation, reinforcing what the scripture has already said according to the words of the apostle Paul in First Thessalonians 4:13–18. Paul’s experience, where the revelation of the Lord is concerned regarding this matter, was not his idea; it was the revelation of the Lord. I can also say that this revelation that I write about regarding the matter is not my idea; they are the revelations of the Lord. He gave them to me, so I hope that this revelation will help make it clear that we are all here waiting for the Rapture. The Lord gave me the revelation of the Rapture also and not just the apostle Paul. It is in the book. The revelation of the Lord was not just for the apostles. God is still Lord of his church and will continue to give revelations to whomever he chooses to give them to.
Just as many cultures have had rituals where the troublesome spirits of the dead
are sent packing, so have they also celebrated festivals where homage is paid to
the honoured dead, or where the dead are actually welcomed back, for a period ...
Author: Peter Moore
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Where are the dead? What are they doing? What kind of a process is dying? What relationships exist among the dead themselves, and between the dead and those in the world they have left behind? Modern philosophers argue that the idea of disembodied survival - to which many believers pay lip service - is incoherent, and that there can be evidence neither for nor against something incoherent. By contrast, this book argues, the idea of an embodied survival (albeit a form of embodiment differing from our present embodiment) makes perfect sense in itself and fits much better with the alleged evidence for post-mortem survival. Exploring post-mortem survival, Where are the Dead? uses a variety of empirical data, alongside mythological, legendary and purely fictional material, to illustrate how the less familiar idea of embodied post-mortem survival might actually ’work’ in some real afterlife environment. By asking questions about the nature and whereabouts of the afterlife, and about what it might be like to be dead, the book explores themes nowadays relatively neglected even in disciplines explicitly concerned with ideas about death, dying and life after death.
Acts 17:32 English Standard Version (ESV) 32 Now when they heard of the
resurrection of the dead, some mocked. But others said, “We will hear you again
about this.” We need to look to at least two hopes that humans have the
opportunity of ...
Author: Edward D. Andrews
Publisher: Christian Publishing House
What is the Bible’s viewpoint? Without delving into an endless stream of what man has said, Andrews looks at what the Bible says about death and the like. Why do we grow old and die? What happens at death? Is there life after death, or is this all there is? Do we have an immortal soul? Are well all going to heaven? Is there really such a place as hellfire? Andrews has answered these questions and far more. “Death” in the Bible is viewed as an “enemy” of humanity. The apostle Paul offered us hope from this last enemy, death. He wrote, “Death is to be brought to nothing.” “The last enemy to be abolished is death.” (1 Cor. 15:26, The New English Bible) How could Paul be so sure? Even though Paul had formerly been an enemy of Christianity, the one who had been raised from the dead, Jesus Christ, taught him personally. (Acts 9:3-19) This is why Paul also wrote, “For as by a man [Adam] came death, by a man [Jesus Christ] has come also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, so also in Christ shall all be made alive.”—1 Corinthians 15:21, 22.
This book is a Biblical exposition of life after death, so be prepared to have some of your beliefs challenged. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have enjoyed putting it together. I believe that you will be blessed, by reading it.
Author: Brian Allan Ey
Publisher: Independently Published
Some believe that when you die physically there is no life after death; others believe you come back as a more enlightened being, reincarnated into another life form. So many different perspectives and all of them seeming to conflict. True Christianity believes in eternal life after physical death. This book is a Biblical exposition of life after death, so be prepared to have some of your beliefs challenged. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have enjoyed putting it together. I believe that you will be blessed, by reading it.
In this collection of meditations for maintaining a connection to those who have died, Rudolf Steiner offers hope and consolation to the bereaved.
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press
As a spiritual teacher Rudolf Steiner wrote many beautifully formed and inspired verses. Often they were given in relation to specific situations or in response to individual requests; sometimes they were created for general use in assisting the process of meditation. Regardless of their origins, they are uniformly powerful in their ability to connect the meditant with spiritual archetypes and realities, and are valuable tools for developing experience and knowledge of other dimensions. Matthew Barton has delicately translated these meditations into English, many for the first time, and arranged them thematically in this outstanding new series. In this collection of meditations for maintaining a connection to those who have died, Rudolf Steiner offers hope and consolation to the bereaved. He offers words of wisdom on death and its deeper, spiritual meaning, and then provides verses that stress the continued links between the living and the dead. He shows how our thoughts can help those who have departed earthly life. Finally, he includes poems that express something of what those who have died experience in their new existence.
None but the dead are left to tell the tale.Sanday, one of Britain's northernmost islands, inaccessible when the wind prevents the ferry crossing from the mainland, or fog grounds the tiny, island-hopping plane.When human remains are ...
Author: Lin Anderson
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
None but the Dead is the thrilling eleventh book in Lin Anderson's Rhona MacLeod series.Sanday, one of Britain's northernmost islands, inaccessible when the wind prevents the ferry crossing from the mainland, or fog grounds the tiny, island-hopping plane.When human remains are discovered to the rear of an old primary school, forensic expert Dr Rhona MacLeod and her assistant arrive to excavate the grave. Approaching midwinter, they find daylight in short supply, the weather inhospitable and some of the island's inhabitants less than co-operative. When the suspicious death of an old man in Glasgow appears to have links with the island, DS Michael McNab is dispatched to investigate. Desperately uncomfortable in such surroundings, he finds that none of the tools of detective work are there. No internet, no CCTV, and no police station. As the weather closes in, the team - including criminal profiler and Orkney native Professor Magnus Pirie - are presented with a series of unexplained incidents, apparently linked to the discovery of thirteen magic flowers representing the souls of dead children who had attended the island school where the body was discovered. But how and in what circumstance did they die? And why are their long forgotten deaths significant to the current investigation?As a major storm approaches, bringing gale-force winds and high seas, the islanders turn on one another, as past and present evil deeds collide, and long buried secrets break the surface, along with the exposed bones.
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Author: Len G. (Len Gaston) 1864-193 Broughton
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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The war is over.
Author: Mike Shackle
The war is over. The enemy has won. Now it's time to fight back. For generations, the people of Jia - a land where magic has long since faded, clinging on in only a few rare individuals - have been protected from the northern Egril hordes by their warrior caste. But their enemy has not been idle. They have rediscovered magic and use it to launch an overwhelming surprise attack. An invasion has begun. In moments, the war is over. Resistance is quashed. Kings and city leaders are barricaded in their homes awaiting banishment and execution, the warriors are massacred, and a helpless people submit to the brutality of Egril rule. Jia's heroes have failed it. They are all gone. And yet . . . there is still hope. Soon the fate of the kingdom will fall into the hands of a schoolboy terrorist, a crippled Shulka warrior and his wheelchair-bound son, a single mother who would do anything to protect her baby . . . and Tinnstra, disgraced daughter of the Shulka's greatest leader, who now lies dead by Egril hands. A brand new epic fantasy: gritty and modern featuring a unique ensemble of characters who will lead a revolution against their overlords. PERFECT FOR readers of Brent Weeks, Brandon Sanderson, and Peter V. Brett
Author: Max Heindel
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
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