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How can we be aware of bad things on Earth when we’re promised there won’t be crying or pain?

Happiness in Heaven is based not on ignorance, but on perspective. We will be with Christ, see accurately, and live in a sinless environment. Heavenly happiness cannot be based on a fundamental ignorance of what is happening on Earth or even in Hell.

To Those Who Are Hurting and Confused

During the two years it has taken me to research and write this book, many people have asked about the project. I expected that my answer, containing the words evil and suffering, would prompt a quick change of subject. Most, however, expressed keen interest and asked penetrating questions. Several launched into their own stories, as if having received permission to uncork the bottle.

What, after all, is more universal to human experience than suffering? And what is more important than the perspective we bring to it?

What Difference Does It Make? Are you living for the dot or the line?

The most striking thing that’s happened,” she said, “is that I find myself totally uninterested in all the conversations about material things.

Living as if Heaven Was Your Home

Randy Alcorn speaks on having an eternal perspective.

Circumstances or Perspective?

Woman's face / Circumstances or Perspective?To overcome stress you must either change your circumstances or your perceptions. You can change some circumstances, of course, but many you cannot.


Perspectives on Prayer from Daniel 9-10

Perspectives on Prayer from Daniel 9-10
  1. Position yourself for prayer by reading Scripture first.
    “In the first year of his reign, I, Daniel, understood from the Scriptures, according to the word of the LORD given to Jeremiah the prophet, that the desolation of Jerusalem would last seventy years” (v. 2).

  2. Follow Scripture’s lead toward what you should pray for. (If prayer’s the train, make Scripture the rails.)
    “So I turned to the Lord God and pleaded with him in prayer and petition...” (v. 3)

What is the Christian worldview in regard to suffering?

Randy Alcorn asnwers the question, "What is the Christian worldview in regard to suffering?" on Mid-Morning with Lynne Ford.

“Look-at-ers” and “See-through-ers”

In this three-minute audip clip, Randy Alcorn talks about having perspective in a fallent world.

Eternity With God Will Be the Ultimate Retrospect

In this three and a half minute clip, Randy Alcorn talks about the perspective that comes from finding the correlation between the worst things and the best things that have ever happened to us.

Randy Alcorn Talking About His Book Managing God’s Money

In a recent radio interview, Randy was asked about his forthcoming book (now available), Managing God's Money.

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