When Christians die, do they go into some sort of "coma"? Do we linger in a state of static probation, waiting to be "reactivated" and raised? We will look at the many difference Scriptures that show us that our future (if the Lord tarries and we die) is not a state of "limbo" but to immediately appear in the presence of Jesus Christ.
AWESOME SERMON! I simply love this preaching of yours, who, CONTINUALLY, shows the difference between the Biblical Dispensations in your sermons!
AWESOME SERMON, INDEED!
Here you also show that should you ever quit your preaching (God forbid!, you show great promise as a stand-up comedian!! Ha Ha Ha!
Thank you, Pastor Greg, for another extremely instructional sermon I have placed on my Facebook and my blog!
May God bless you and yours!
from New York
Great Sermon! What a blessing this sermon is. Our blessed hope is in Jesus, and we need not fear death. How wonderful it will be to see Jesus at that moment when He calls us home. I have always believed that Hebrews 12:1 was speaking of angles. You are the first pastor I have heard speak of them as deceased saints, and I believe that is a true intrepretation. God bless you, Pastor Greg, as you bring us these wonderful truths from the King James Bible.