RIGHT NOW, ARE YOU UNDER LAW OR UNDER GRACE?

RIGHT NOW, ARE YOU UNDER LAW OR UNDER GRACE?

Did you know that under the Covenant of Law (The 10 Commandments and others) or under the Old Testament, if you sin, you’ll die – physically and spiritually?

Though once a year, as an Israelite, your sins can be atoned for or covered through the blood sacrifice of sinless substitutes (goats) offered in the Temple at Jerusalem. (Please note that the animal sacrifice can no longer be made because the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed by Roman forces under General Titus in 70 AD.)

But, did you also know that under the Covenant of Grace or under the New Testament, by the grace of God alone and through faith in Jesus Christ and His final, once-and-for-all blood sacrifice only, all of your sins (past, present and future) can be forgiven, taken away, and their penalty paid in full?

Then, you become holy and righteous in God’s sight and fit to be with Him in Heaven someday, for all eternity.

So right now, are under Law or under Grace?

ARE YOU RAPTURE-READY?

ARE YOU RAPTURE-READY?

Very Important Note: His empty tomb – no body and no bones left – is the ultimate proof that Jesus Christ’s resurrected body is the same body that was crucified on the cross and the same body – though glorified – that ascended back to Heaven 2,000 years ago.

Did you know that prior to His death, resurrection and ascension back to Heaven, Jesus Christ promised His Disciples that He will come back to fetch them to Heaven? (John 14: 2-3).

This imminent event is the Blessed Hope (Titus 2: 13), also known as the “Rapture”.

Thus, Rapture is the terminology when the physical/earthly bodies of dead and alive Believers are transformed into resurrected/glorified bodies,

which will combine with their souls and spirits,

in a twinkling of an eye,

to meet Jesus Christ in the air,

and be with Him for all eternity. (1 Thessalonians 4: 16-18, 1 Corinthians 15: 51-54).

So, right now, are you Rapture-ready?

BLESSED OR BLASTED HOPE?

BLESSED OR BLASTED HOPE?

3. ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO THE BLESSED HOPE OR THE BLASTED HOPE? Many biblical prophecies – written hundreds of years before these were fulfilled in accurate details – prove that the Bible is truly God’s Word. Why? Only the All-knowing God knows the future and in His love, He is partly revealing the future to us. Thus, Bible prophecy is history written in advance for us to know and heed.

And here are two (2) major Bible prophecies which will surely be fulfilled in due time: Blessed Hope and Blasted Hope. Now, are you looking forward to the Blessed Hope – the glorious appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ to fetch His true Church – each with respective body, soul and spirit – to Heaven? (Please note that our Lord Jesus Christ promised to bring Believers to Heaven prior to His resurrection from the dead and ascension back to Heaven – in His own body, soul and spirit – 2,000 years ago.) OR, are you expecting to be left behind for the Blasted Hope – the reign of terror of the Antichrist (also known as the 7 years Tribulation or Jacob’s Trouble) here on earth? So, are you ready for the BLESSED HOPE?
GREATEST WHAT IF?

GREATEST WHAT IF?

4. THE GREATEST “WHAT IF”? This could be the greatest “WHAT IF”: What if there’s Heaven – the Ultimate Unending Pleasure and there’s Hell – the Ultimate Unending Pain? If you bet there’s Heaven and Hell and there’s none, then you have nothing to lose.

However, if you bet there’s none and there’s Heaven and Hell, then you’ve got everything to lose, isn’t it? So, where would you place your bet?
WHERE WILL YOU BE FOREVER?

WHERE WILL YOU BE FOREVER?

2. WHERE WILL YOU BE FOREVER? (Saan ka ba mabubuhay sa habang panahon?)

Did you know that death is an equalizer for all people – inescapable, inevitable and irreversible?

Jesus Christ taught us that there’s life after death. (Please read the story of the rich man who went to Hell and Lazarus who went to Paradise/Heaven after they died in Luke 16: 19-31 of the Bible.)

And Jesus proved Himself by being crucified, dying, resurrecting from the dead, and then ascending back to Heaven.

Since Jesus’ teaching is true, this simply means that there’s life for you and me after we die, right?

Therefore, the crucial question is not “WHEN will we die?”, but “WHERE will we be after we die?” isn’t it?

So, where would you be forever? And why?