What if you wanted to go to heaven but God said “no”? Would you be angry or sad? What would it take for you to change your mind and believe what He has been telling you all along? This is a question that the author of this blog post asked herself when she was in high school. She didn’t want what her parents told her, so she went looking elsewhere.
She found that there are many people who don’t like what they’re hearing from God. They think what He says doesn’t make sense, or they feel like what he’s saying goes against what they’ve grown up believing.
But what if instead of listening to their own perspective, these individuals listened to His voice?
This blog post is about what it’s like to hear from God and what He has been telling her all along. It includes personal thoughts, reflections on what she learned, as well as scripture passages that he’s given her over the years. She believes this can help others who are seeking truth in their lives.
And if you’re feeling a little skeptical right now–you should be! This world we live in tests our faith daily by sending us people and situations that make what seems impossible seem possible or difficult times feel so easy. If only there were an answer book for life…but then again, where would the excitement be? Letting go of control is never easy but when we do let Him take charge of every area of our lives–we are set free!
what if you wanted to go to heaven but god said
This world we live in tests our faith daily by sending us people and situations that make what seems impossible seem possible or difficult times feel so easy. If only there were an answer book for life…but then again, where would the excitement be? Letting go of control is never easy but when we do let Him take charge of every area of your lives–we are set free! We learn more about who He is and what His plans are for each one of us as time goes on. And sometimes, it takes a little heartbreak before we realize what he’s been trying to tell us all along. For Jennie this moment came after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
She realized what she wanted to do with her life–reach out to others who were going through what she had been and show them that they are not alone in their journey of faith. In these pages, Jennie offers real-life examples from the Bible as well as personal stories about people’s lives such that you can learn how to live day by day trusting Him no matter what is happening around you or inside your heart. He will never leave us nor forsake us because His love for us is greater than any other thing! With this truth we gain wisdom, strength and hope when all else seems lost.”
This world we live in tests our faith daily by sending us people and situations that make what seems impossible seem possible or
This post is meant to be written with a conversational tone. The following are what someone might say if they wanted to go to heaven, but God said no. You can also use this article as the basis for what you’re trying to achieve in your content marketing strategy.
What would it feel like? Would I be happy or sad? Are there things that I’m not doing right and need to change so that he sends me up there too? And what do we know about Heaven anyways other than what people tell us about how wonderful it is? Here are some of my thoughts on what going from earth into Heaven could possibly entail…
What does going from Earth into Heaven mean anyway:
Well, let’s start with what it might not mean. I don’t think that going to heaven means you can have a drink of water from the pool of Bethesda and be healed. And I also don’t think it means that you will never feel pain or sadness again, because there are plenty of stories in scripture where people go to Heaven but still experience suffering (such as Lazarus).
What if God is calling me home: Would he really send someone who loves him so much away for eternity? That doesn’t seem like something he would do at all. But what if this life was just temporary and my time here on Earth has come to an end before I had a chance to live out his desires for what He wanted me