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  • by United Church of God
The Great White Throne Judgment refers to a time in the future when all who have ever lived will stand before God in judgment, and He will decide who will be a part of His Kingdom, and who will receive eternal death.
  • by United Church of God
If God loves human kind, why did He order the death of some people in the Old Testament?
  • by Steve Myers

Many people believe hell is eternal torture, infinite agony and endless pain...

  • by Skip Miller
Our world is a violent, law-breaking one, but someday soon that will all change.
  • by Katherine Rowland
Do you sweat the difficult situations in life or do you promote an atmosphere of proper enablement towards self and others?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
The book of Revelation describes a resurrection in which billions will be judged. How will Jesus Christ judge them? Will He consign them to an ever-burning hellfire or instead give them their first real opportunity for salvation?
  • by Randy D'Alessandro
Public attention to Casey Anthony's trial has been off the charts, following in the footsteps of other popular, big-name trials, both factual and fictional. The greatest "legal" drama is yet to come for mankind, however.
  • by Cecil Maranville
"Do the crime. Do the time." This popular slogan slathered over billboards and bumper stickers reflects a politically popular approach toward crime. The approach is partially effective, but the cost is choking states, counties and municipalities—and more importantly, it is not rehabilitating criminals.
  • by United Church of God
What we think in our hearts defines who we are (Proverbs 23:7).
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Judgment remains one of the most misunderstood subjects in all the Bible. Many think of it almost wholly in terms of condemnation or damnation. But is that really how God will judge His human creation? On what basis will He render a final verdict?
  • by United Church of God
Seeing what others see isn’t always easy.
  • by Robert H Berendt
I carry a little stone with me—as a reminder…