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Will our reception into Heaven be different depending on how we have lived our life on earth?

Question from a reader:

In your book Edge of Eternity, the Christian woman who lived for self rather than for the King, upon entering Charis did not get any private time with the King. Is this the kind of reception the carnal Christian receives in Heaven? Will the King simply demand they appear before Him, kneel while He's talking, and spell out His disappointment with them, saying they could have been and could have done so much more, but all they've done was accept the Gift, so "go ahead and come in"... no welcoming party, no reception, no reward?

Do we remain conscious after death? Or does the Bible teach soul sleep?

At death, the human spirit goes either to Heaven or to Hell. Christ depicted Lazarus and the rich man as conscious in Heaven and in Hell immediately after they died. Jesus told the dying thief on the cross, “Today you will be with me in paradise.”

How can I avoid the shortsightedness of living for this world? (video)

Randy Alcorn speaks with pastor Alan Hlavka at Good Shepherd Community Church at the Hearts, Habits & Happiness Conference in 2014. In this video Randy talks about how it's smart to live in light of eternity.

How can we learn to view giving as a privilege? (video)

Randy Alcorn speaks with pastor Alan Hlavka at Good Shepherd Community Church at the Hearts, Habits & Happiness Conference in 2014. In this video Randy talks about the privilege of giving, especially in light of 2 Corinthians 8.

What does it mean to be God’s money manager? (video)

Randy Alcorn speaks with pastor Alan Hlavka at Good Shepherd Community Church at the Hearts, Habits & Happiness Conference in 2014. In this video Randy talks about giving generously and shares tips for stewarding time. 

What does Acts 20 teach us about the connection between happiness and giving? (video)

Randy Alcorn speaks with pastor Alan Hlavka at Good Shepherd Community Church at the Hearts, Habits & Happiness Conference in 2014. In this video Randy talks about what we can learn about giving from the book of Acts. 

Real-Life Make-Believe: Having a Biblical Voice

“We live in a time where the Bible is increasingly minimized,” says Randy Alcorn. “I am committed to doing everything I can to uplift and honor God’s Word.

The best-selling author of more than forty fiction and non-fiction books, including HeavenThe Treasure Principle, and Safely Home says, “The Bible is the lifeline of my work.”

On Manna and Personal Sabbaths

The scattering of manna in the wilderness happened 6 days a week. On the 7th, just as in creation, God rested and so did the Israelites—at least the obedient ones. Those who went out to gather manna on the Sabbath disappointed themselves and God.

Studying the Bible with S.O.A.P.

Question from a reader:

I am a correspondent for older children sponsored by a Christian organization. I want to send them Bible study techniques, but most likely the vast majority of my kids have NO access to anything but their Bible—no concordances, dictionaries, etc. Do you have some tips to give the kids on studying the Bible during their own quiet time?

Is it okay to be untruthful with someone who has dementia?

Question from a reader:

A friend’s wife has dementia and is constantly forgetting how many sodas she has had (she has a rule that she will not drink more than two a day). He feels guilty about lying to her and is struggling with the moral ethic of his actions. Is it okay to be untruthful with someone who has dementia?

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