My wife and I were talking about the differences in her family between her three siblings and herself. I recalled that my mother lost at least three babies in miscarriages before I was born, and one following my birth. My wife and I also had a miscarried baby lost early in our marriage. We have always believed that we would see our unborn baby once we get to heaven.
Is there reason to believe this is true? If so, will I be reunited with my siblings once in heaven? What will they be like? I am a middle aged man now. Will they be adults or babies? Or will we all be ageless?
Also, a good friend of mine lost his 5 year old in a terrible accident. However, he and his family are Mormons. His child was taught in the Mormon tradition until his death at 5 years old. Will that child be in heaven? Same goes for many, many little children who die before the so called age of accountability.
I appreciate you taking the time to answer this question.
My question is with regards to the Anti-Christ. Is he just a normal human being who will be unknowingly influenced and used as a puppet by Satan, or is he the Devil in the flesh (kind of how Jesus was God in the flesh), either born that way or possessed by him? Would he be aware of the distinct purpose he holds or is it simply a matter of one man’s unfortunate fate?
In an article of yours found on another web site, a dissertation on the faces of the beasts before the throne makes reference to the flags of the tribes bearing the same. What is your biblical basis for this or is it just a flight of fancy, or preachers license?
I have another Nephilim question. I understand if you are tired of dealing with this issue, but that last response you gave really brought out my number one problem with the Nephilim. You said, “The Nephilim were not part of the family of man, but were part of a race of aliens sent to attack and destroy God’s creation. Being hybrid they were neither angel nor man, but were an abomination to God, the products of a rebellion in Heaven.”
So, why would God create this hybrid race if it were an abomination to him? Does “products of a rebellion” mean that God did not create them, and that they were instead created by Satan? My understanding is that Jesus created everything in existence, so in the case of the Nephilim, I have a theological conflict that I am confused about.
Thanks for your excellent articles.
Read recently an article about the Bilderbergers meeting in Toronto. How do you see this organization and their plans, in terms of prophesy, the book of Revelation and the role (possible role) they may play in empowering the anti-christ and the mark of the beast?
Hi, I have a question about your answer to Salvation for Nephilim. You say that children of mixed angelic-human parentage would not have a salvation option. While I can see that fallen angels would be eternally condemned, and perhaps any human women who willingly and knowingly conceived their children, I don’t see why the children would necessarily be condemned. As in 2 Peter 3:8, the Lord is “not wanting anyone to perish but to come to repentance.”
I am also having trouble with this idea in regards to Noah and the Ark. I was taught that God kept the door of the Ark open for seven days before the rain started so that anyone who wanted to repent could be saved. But if the sin they were guilty of was their impure blood, then how could anyone repent and be saved?
Thank you for your work and teaching. I asked my pastor this question, and he was pretty stumped too.
Hi, I have really enjoyed your website, especially since you have been answering questions from readers.
My question is: Is there any reason why the Anti-Christ has to come from Europe and not possibly America? I know that he will be descended from some part of the old Roman Empire, but when you consider that Americans are descended from just about every ethnic group on Earth, it seems he could just as easily be an American as European or Middle-Eastern. Not that I would want to wish that on anyone, but should we discount that possibility?