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 …

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Crucifixion was intended to erase those who were subjected to it from history. Forgotten and not worth remembering. Yet one individual who was crucified is not only remembered, but has defined history. What made the difference for that one individual? Resurrection. From Fleming Rutledge. It should therefore be affirmed with no ambivalence or ambiguity whatsoever: …

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Heaven can be spoken about by Christians in ways that can contribute to a misconception that it is a destination rather than a staging point. There’s nothing wrong with acknowledging the blessing that awaits believers after death and before the return of Jesus. But that acknowledgement should not cloud the fact that our ultimate hope …

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