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When an a christian dies

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When a Christian dies it differs in many ways to how a non-believer in Christ dies.

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When an a christian dies

  1. 1. When an ‘‘Unsaved Sinner’ Dies, They Go to ‘Hell’ by: www.holinessadvocate.com
  2. 2. The death of a Christian and the “death of a sinner who refuses or neglects to believe in Jesus Christ.” by: www.holinessadvocate.com
  3. 3. Who goes to Hell?  when an “unsaved sinner” dies they are separated from God for eternity  They go to “a place that Jesus has called Hell.”  When Christians die, they go straight into the presence of Christ – to Heaven – to spend eternity with God by: www.holinessadvocate.com
  4. 4. Who goes to Heaven?  When Christians die, they go straight into the presence of Christ – to Heaven – to spend eternity with God The death of the righteous is not to be feared – it is not to be shunned It is the shadowed threshold to the palace of God by: www.holinessadvocate.com
  5. 5. Who goes to Heaven?  Death also gives the Christian a “rest from labor” in this world and “marks the beginning” of our “journey to God,”  death also gives the Christian the opportunity to leave the fallen, “disintegrating” reality of this world, filled with “disease, pain and peril,” for “a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.” by: www.holinessadvocate.com
  6. 6. Who goes to Heaven?  “There is no judgment, no Hell, for those who are in Christ,”  “You can confess your sins, turn your back on your sins and receive Jesus Christ as your Savior now. At this moment, you can bow your head and say, ‘God, be merciful to me a sinner!’ (Luke 18:13). by: www.holinessadvocate.com
  7. 7. My recommendation  Your time to leave this world is not known to you and it could be the next minute or hour.  Think about it and decide while its time. by: www.holinessadvocate.com

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