As born-again believers, we hold dual citizenship. We are first and foremost citizens of Heaven. Paul wrote the Philippians, “For our conversation is in heaven; from whence also we look for the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ,” (Philippians 3:20). The word conversation has the idea of manner of life or our conduct, in other words, we are to act as citizens of Heaven because when we became children of God we became citizens of His Kingdom.Read More
I remember getting on the plane excited, nervous, and scared. There were many days during recruit training that I wanted to go home. I would look through the fence and see the train going by heading to Chicago, and I would think, “Maybe I could climb the fence, get on the train, and no one would notice.”Read More
Eternity is a blissful thought for the Christian. The thoughts of being in the presence of our Savior, reuniting with loved ones that have passed before us, and seeing the grand sights of Heaven are the theme of many of our songs. Believers have no fear of death, but rest assured that death only ushers us into the presence of Christ.
While eternity is anticipated by the believer, it should also bring fear and trembling to our hearts.Read More