The only glory they’ll ever see…

...is when they are standing at the Great White Throne. It will be the ultimate flashbulb moment. Psychologists have a thing called 'Flashbulb memory". It's that moment when a piece of extremely emotional or traumatic news was heard. Cognition Magazine explains, "Almost everyone can remember, with an almost perceptual clarity, where he was when he …

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One day as a thousand years, a thousand years as a day

The reality of a faith-filled life is a beautiful thing. Jesus' sweet intercessions, His providential care, the magnanimity of His salvation, the ongoing gratitude we feel during increased sanctification, are all wonderful buttresses to the daily grind we experience. It's wonderful to have Him to focus upon as the object of our adoration and awe. …

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Jan Crouch and Muhammad Ali- questions of death, final destination, and eternity

Jan Crouch died a few days ago. Muhammad Ali died yesterday. Famous people dying makes us think about eternity. The news coverage puts eternity into the spotlight, along with the eternal question, what happens after death? One minute after you slip behind the parted curtain, you will either be enjoying a personal welcome from Jesus …

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