Q. When believers die, do they have bodies in Heaven or are they invisible spirits?
Q. I have a question concerning the events at the end of the millennium. As I understand it at the end of the millennium Satan is released from the pit and deceives many and they are destroyed by the Lord. What about the ones that do not rebel and are saved?
I have read one opinion that they are preserved (like Noah) while the Earth and Heavens are renovated by fire. Then they (still having their fleshly bodies) receive a new heart and then repopulate the Earth and Heavens in eternity?
A Bible Study by Jack Kelley
I’ve received several emails lately asking for clarification of the term “Outer Darkness.” It’s mentioned a total of 4 times in the New Testament, three by name and one by implication, and always by Jesus. The term is not used any where else, Old Testament or New, by any other writer. Those who ask want to know if it’s another name for the place of eternal punishment, or if it’s some place different. And they want to know who’s going there.
Q. Re: People who are here after the Rapture. How do they fight and prove themselves worthy, especially when the anti-Christ will fool most into believing he is Christ? I ask this because I feel many left behind will still have a chance of being saved by their works.
Q. I’m very, very thankful for your site! I’d like to ask you a question about the Great White Throne judgment. My mom use to say that believers would not be at the judgment of the unbelievers, because it would be too painful for them to see people they knew, being thrown into the lake of fire. I believe we will be there, because we will forever be with the Lord. Would you tell me what you think about this?
Q. I have a question about the word “paradise.” I have read that it really means something different from “heaven.” Most people use the words interchangeably, so I’m wondering about the correct meaning. Also, is heaven then in three spheres? I have also read that but need some help comprehending it.
Q. Love your web site and look forward to your articles, I agree with your answers most of the time. However, on your answer to the wide and narrow paths, you mention about the wide path being dependent on our religious works where as I was thinking that the wide path is all unbelievers and the narrow path being the believers. What do you say?
Q. In an article you wrote you said something that I have not been able to thus far prove – (the rich man’s name was Dives). In the Lord’s parables the characters weren’t named. My Question is: Where did you find this reference?
Q. When we say we should store up treasure in heaven, what will that treasure be? Are they the crowns we try to earn to present them to God later? In The New Jerusalem, pure gold and precious stones are everywhere. We won’t need personal treasure in heaven, will we?
Q. I know somebody who lost his 4 year old daughter due to cancer. To the best of my knowledge he is not a Christian. The daughter had numerous surgeries but her cancer was unstoppable. After her last surgery she died. Of course her father was heartbroken he wanted to die. He tried to drink himself to death and is still struggling with alcoholism. He says he doesn’t want anything to do with God because God didn’t help though he begged Him for his daughter’s life. I pray for this heartbroken father, but if he ever opens up and asks questions what can a Christian like me say to him?