Aoi Post: Athbhreithniú ar Ceachtanna 'Heaven’ ag Mark Daniels

Márta 1, 2013  1 Comment

Beidh leabhar nua Steve Sjogren ar cabhrú le duine ar bith ar mian leo chun maireachtáil le saol níos fearr.

Bheadh ​​sé a bheith ina mír bronntanas maith, go háirithe do dhaoine nach bhfuil dul go dtí séipéal nó nach gcreideann i nDia. Ní bheidh siad a fháil preached ar, ach taithí a fháil ar an wrestling macánta de Guy a chuaigh fríd an tsraith imthosca sin Uafásach agus d'fhoghlaim chun saol níos fearr tar éis bháis le linn máinliacht bladder Gall a chuaigh an-mícheart.

CORRECTION: Ní Scripture an deireadh thiar thall, féin-nochtadh Dia. Is é Íosa. Ach tá sé údarásach mar tá sé an revelation normatach an Dia le chéile againn in Íosa.

Is féidir leat teagmháil a dhéanamh le Mark Daniels ag a blog

Ordú leabhar nua Steve ar dheis anseo: Ceachtanna Heaven.

  • Shneevels

    I’m curious. Can someone please explain why when God was revealing more of Himself through Christ and the Apostles and they raised people from the dead, the dead never seemed to have a story to tell? Wouldn’t you think they’d have something to say, and it would be all over the Scriptures? Wouldn’t that be the first question they’d get asked: “Mar sin,…what was it like?” But no one in the Bible talked about theirafter-deathexperience, except Jesus, who also said that He was the only one with authority to reveal anything. So is this a new dispensation today? Are we adding to Scripture now? Are Steve, and a couple other writers these days, anointed with new experiences that no one else was permitted to testify to, including the Apostle Paul? Some help here please. I’m a little confused.