Resources About Death
Those who don’t want to believe the Word of God seek comfort in the devices of Satan. Reincarnation and channeling are just two of them.
All the demons of hell and wicked men cannot end our lives if God thinks there’s still work for us to do.
Death is the doorway by which God invites us to something far better than anything in this life: personal fellowship with Him in heaven.
Pastor Lutzer, appearing on Open Line, takes questions from listeners on the topic of One Minute After You Die.
Ask Pastor Lutzer
My husband of 40 years died on March 26, 2006. I’m having trouble adjusting to life without him.
Well Peggy, I just want to say first of all, that I send you my sympathy and my prayers.
These messages will answer intriguing questions about your final destination, such as: How shall we interpret near death experiences? What will heaven be like? Do our friends in heaven know how we are doing on Earth? What will be different when we get to heaven? What stays the same? To …
Preparing for Your Death I have a friend whose parents believed that if they bought life insurance, they would die the next day. They had a fatalistic attitude: prepare for death and you will die imminently; don’t prepare and you will live a long healthy life. The result of their philosophy was predictable: when they died, their children had no insurance money to cover the funeral. I’ve seen this attitude many times in my years of ministry, and later in this newsletter, I’ve chosen to give some Christian advice about death, dying and funerals to help others overcome it. This … Read More >
Your eternal destiny is determined and irrevocably set in this life. So where will you be one minute after you die?
If you want to get to heaven, you must know the Father as Christ knows the Father.
Some of the purest joys you will ever experience are sorrows that God has transformed into joys.