Charles Stanley – Two Possible Resurrections

 

John 5:19-29

Death is certain for everyone (except believers who are alive when Christ returns). The end of our earthly life may seem far away or, for some, right around the corner, but it’s always lurking, and we never know when it will come. This may seem like a morbid thought, but the truth is, death doesn’t end our existence. Contrary to the false belief that life ceases when we die, Jesus said there will be a resurrection of all people—some to judgment and others to eternal life.

Here’s the important question: Which resurrection will you experience? Since everyone is sinful, we all deserve to face the resurrection to judgment. However, Jesus promised that those who believe in Him have eternal life and will not be judged for sin (John 5:24). On the cross, Christ bore our judgment for us and rose again to give us new life. But those who reject the sacrifice He made on their behalf will be judged for their own sins.

Although physical death is still a reality for believers and our bodies will be laid in the grave, our spirits will never die. When Christ returns, our souls will be reunited with glorious resurrection bodies, to live forever with Him.

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  1. Thank God I listen to my mother she placed God with me she is with God she made should I had god in my heart she raised us four children two boys two girls we all walk to st paul church in pgh pa the hood of beltzhoover 104 industry st. Geraldine mcwilson my precious mother loved her family dad’s name Jerry mcwilson dad Jerry take the garbage out everyday amen oh god thank you for your ministry amen

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