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Reality of a Physical Heaven

In February 2017, Randy Alcorn spoke at the Linger Conference held at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas. He spoke on how Satan lies to us about what Heaven will be like, the reality of Heaven being a physical place, why we don't need a bucket list if we have a Biblical view of Heaven, and more. He was interviewed by Todd Wagner, the pastor of Watermark Church in Dallas, Texas. In this clip, Randy shares about how Heaven is physical and that we should be excited about that. For more information on this topic, check out Randy's book Heaven

Why Should We Look Forward to Heaven?

In February 2017, Randy Alcorn spoke at the Linger Conference held at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas. He spoke on how Satan lies to us about what Heaven will be like, the reality of Heaven being a physical place, why we don't need a bucket list if we have a Biblical view of Heaven, and more. He was interviewed by Todd Wagner, the pastor of Watermark Church in Dallas, Texas.  In this clip, Randy gives a 45-second powerful answer to this question. For more information on this topic, check out Randy's book Heaven

Why Do You Think the Devil Lies So Much About Heaven?

In February 2017, Randy Alcorn spoke at the Linger Conference held at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas. He spoke on how Satan lies to us about what Heaven will be like, the reality of Heaven being a physical place, why we don't need a bucket list if we have a Biblical view of Heaven, and more. He was interviewed by Todd Wagner, the pastor of Watermark Church in Dallas, Texas. In this clip, Randy talks about how Satan lies about Heaven and doesn't want us to be excited about it. For more information on this topic, check out Randy's book Heaven

Heaven and Back: Does It Really Happen?

In February 2017, Randy Alcorn spoke at the Linger Conference held at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas. He spoke on how Satan lies to us about what Heaven will be like, the reality of Heaven being a physical place, why we don't need a bucket list if we have a Biblical view of Heaven, and more. He was interviewed by Todd Wagner, the pastor of Watermark Church in Dallas, Texas. In this clip, Randy talks about "Heaven and back" experiences. For more information on this topic, check out Randy's book Heaven

The Truth and Reality of a Physical Heaven That We Can Look Forward to

In February 2017, Randy Alcorn spoke at the Linger Conference held at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas. He spoke on how Satan lies to us about what Heaven will be like, the reality of Heaven being a physical place, why we don't need a bucket list if we have a Biblical view of Heaven, and more. He was interviewed by Todd Wagner, the pastor of Watermark Church in Dallas, Texas. For more information on this topic, check out Randy's book Heaven.

Death: The Last Enemy, and Our Deliverer

On the one hand, the Bible calls death “the last enemy” (1 Corinthians 15:26). On the other hand, for the person whose faith and actions have prepared him for it, death is a deliverer, casting off the burdens of a hostile world and ushering him into the world for which he was made.

Heaven Could Never Be Boring

Some imagine that in Heaven we’ll be all dressed up with nowhere to go and nothing to do. (Except take an eternal afternoon nap, strum that harp, and polish that gold.) I’ve concluded there’s an unspoken assumption behind this pervasive notion that Heaven will be boring.

Looking Forward to a Heaven We Can Imagine

The New Earth is where there’ll be no more pain and sorrow and God will wipe away the tears from every eye. That’s the perfect promise to share with unbelievers.  We should unapologetically tell them that the happiness they long for, the reconciliation to the God from whom happiness flows, is found in Jesus alone—this is what makes the gospel “good news of great joy”!

Nuestra mejor vida está por venir: la tierra nueva, nuestro hogar eterno (Our Best Life Yet to Come: The New Earth, Our Eternal Home)

Imagina que eres parte de un equipo de la NASA que se está preparando para una misión de cinco años en Marte. Después de un período extenso de formación, la fecha de lanzamiento por fin llega. A medida que el cohete despega, uno de tus compañeros astronautas te pregunta: "¿Qué sabes acerca de Marte?" Imagina que encoges tus hombros y dices: "Nada. Nunca hablamos de eso. Supongo que lo sabremos cuando lleguemos allá ". Es impensable, ¿verdad?