What is hell like? Is it really all that bad? Is it real at all? In Part 2 of this series, we’ll see what the Bible says life after death is like in hell. You’ll learn how all people will be judged in the afterlife, based on what we believe and what we do on earth, and why accepting salvation means more than just being saved from an eternity in hell. What you believe about eternity determines how you live today. Get a glimpse at life after death and the afterlife in One Minute After You Die.
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ABOUT ONE MINUTE AFTER YOU DIE
What happens when you die? Knowing your forever can shape your today. The questions you have about life after death—Is there a heaven? Am I good enough? What if I’m not?—can leave you wondering, but they don’t mean you have to live in fear. Bring your questions and find out what happens One Minute After You Die.
TIME IS SHORT
Talking about life after death and the afterlife reminds us that our time on this earth is short. What we do on this earth matters. Hear more about why from Pastor Craig Groeschel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKrE2ANKQiM
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