There’s a difference between deserved and heartfelt appreciation for those who are deceased and the use of unhelpful sentimental phraseology about their eternal state. This is not about making judgments, it’s about leaving what is unknown unsaid. From Nick Batzig’s post at Reformation 21. …I’ve noticed something of a concerning trend over the past several …

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At Desiring God Con Campbell reminds us that if Jesus can weep before the grave of a friend we shouldn’t be in too much of a rush to make our funerals too happy. From the post: Sometimes our Christian funerals are too happy. Yes, we believe our loved one is with Jesus. Yes, we believe …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 23 Q & A 82 Q What is the communion in glory which the members of the invisible church have with Christ? A The communion in glory which the members of the invisible church have with Christ, is in this life,1 immediately after death,2 and at last perfected at …

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