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  • Meeting There at Last Media Resource by

    The biblical doctrine of salvation has past, present, and future aspects to it. In anticipation of heaven, the Bible teaches that every true believer will persevere from this world to the next. As Jonathan Edwards wrote to his daughter Esther on the death of her husband, “Let us all take care that we may meet there at last.” This session will consider the comfort and hope of heaven that encourages the saints to persevere in faith to the end of their lives. View Resource

  • On to the Celestial City Media Resource by

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    Christiana and her companions have reached the River of Death, but they do not all cross the river at the same time. This reflects the actual experiences of believers. Just as God raises up new disciples, He also calls His people to one day depart this life and join Him. In this final message of our study, we will learn about the final days of many of the pilgrims we have met so far. In their stories, we can find hope and wisdom to live well and to be ready when Our Lord calls us to His side. View Resource

  • The Celestial City Media Resource by

    Eventually, each Christian’s pilgrimage in this world will come to an end. As Christian and Hopeful discover, the end of the journey brings with it a variety of emotions and experiences. Just as each believer’s life is different, so also each Christian’s departure from this life is different. Yet, the anticipation of the Celestial City is something that all true pilgrims can share, as fear of death gives way to the joy of entering the King’s presence. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers #1 Media Resource by , , , ,

    Drs. Alistair Begg, Anthony Carter, Steven Lawson, R.C. Sproul, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer questions on a variety of topics, including the difference between justification and salvation by grace; the distinction between truths revealed in Scripture and those that come to light through science, and baptism. The questions answered in this session are: 1. What is your opinion on the invitation, “Invite Jesus into your heart?” Is this a true proclamation of the gospel? 2. What is the difference between justification by faith and salvation by grace? 3. How do we make distinctions between truth revealed in scripture and truth … View Resource

  • Can We Enjoy Heaven Knowing of Loved Ones in Hell? Media Resource by

    Many of the toughest questions Christians face from skeptics involve the doctrine of eternal punishment and hell. But it is not only unbelievers who ask questions about hell. Many Christians have unbelieving loved ones who have died, and they wonder how they can enjoy heaven knowing that their loved ones are in hell. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul helps Christians understand what the Bible has to say about this deeply troubling question. View Resource

  • Degrees of Punishment Media Resource by

    There are many people who believe hell is a place where all who go receive the same punishment. Is this true or are there different degrees of punishment in hell? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains the good and necessary reason for the existence of hell and why there must be “Degrees of Punishment.” View Resource

  • The Great Separation Media Resource by

    If you can imagine a place worse than hell, then you have no idea how bad it really is. Hell has been a word that has been overused to the point it has lost its meaning. It is common to hear people cursing their enemies, wishing they would be consigned to the place of torment. Do these people understand the severity of their words? In this message entitled “The Great Separation,” Dr. Sproul helps us understand the nature and severity of hell. View Resource

  • No More Tears Media Resource by

    For many people, heaven is considered a mysterious place that all go to after death. When a loved one suffers, and finally dies, those left behind comfort themselves by hoping that the one who died has gone to a “better place.” Although much about heaven is shrouded in mystery, we can be sure that Jesus Himself will be there, and because of that, many other things will not. Dr. Sproul talks about one of the things that will not be in heaven, in this message entitled “No More Tears.” View Resource

  • The Place of God’s Disfavor Media Resource by

    The Bible describes it as the place of torment where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth, a place of outer darkness, and the place of eternal fire. But are we to believe these descriptions of hell literally? Does hell even exist? Beginning this series simply entitled Hell, Dr. Sproul looks to scripture for the answers to these questions and explains what it is that makes hell a place where sinners do not want to go. View Resource