• After Death, Atheists, Encouragement, Forgiveness, Heaven, Hell, Jesus v. Religion, Rob Robinson, Salvation

    Posted on February 22nd, 2012

    Written by Rob Robinson

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    What Happens at the Moment of Death?

    What Happens at the Moment of Death?

    The thoughts, feelings, emotions and love that we carry with us here on earth, are continued in heaven. We gain the proper perspective on all of our feelings and emotion in heaven and are better able to understand each one, as well as manage and control them. All of our experiences on earth will be remembered in Heaven. Those that we knew and loved on earth, who make it to heaven, will be known and recognized by us, as if we had always known them. Relationships that were close while here on earth, will grow even closer in heaven, where time and the limits of earthly life did not allow all that could have been.

    People who we have known and loved on earth but were never quite able to express that love to in words that we desired, will hear our true thoughts and intentions, as communication will then be perfected. Unforgiveness, broken relationships, misunderstandings, will all be mended and healed in heaven and we will be able to enjoy friendships that were lost, forever.

    All regrets of past failures in our earthly life will be wiped away, and we will finally come to the realization and acceptance that God has forgiven us, and cleansed us of all our sins. On earth we may hear and claim that we accept God’s forgiveness for our sins, but we are never truly able to experience the total freedom from the guilt of those sin. In heaven, all guilt will be gone. We will never be afraid again. We will never feel lonely or lost, or abandoned. Love will surround us, as it emanates from God’s throne, to every creature in heaven who has been saved by His great love.

  • After Death, Controversial Subjects, Heaven, Hell, Rob Robinson, Salvation

    Posted on October 31st, 2011

    Written by Rob Robinson

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    Steve Jobs Last Words, Evidence of the Spirit World

    Steve Jobs Last Words, Evidence of the Spirit World

    I recently read the eyewitness account of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, last words. while on his death bed Mr. Jobs gazed back and forth across the room at his family and loved ones, then to an area of the room where no persons were seen standing. At that moment, apparently just before his death, he saw something in the room that no one else could see and spoke the final words “oh wow, oh wow, oh wow…”

    It has been noted that Steve was a follower of New Age philosophy and Buddhism. Steve was not a Christian, so it is for certain that he did not see the Lord or one of His angels who had come to carry him back to heaven. Perhaps it was a view into the spirit world to which he was about to enter, as his own spirit would soon depart his body, at death.

    All human beings are eternal spirits. During our time here on earth, while living our lives in these bodies, we must make the decision where we choose to spend that eternity. Jesus Christ has offered the forgiveness of sins and eternal life to all those who humbly come to Him and receive Him as Lord and Savior. Jesus said that only He has the power to grant eternal life in Heaven, there is no other way but through Him. Should a person make a free will choice to reject Jesus Christ during their life, there remains no other way for that a person to be saved. In this case, a person who chooses to reject the Lord will not be forced to live in Heaven with God. The only other dwelling place for eternal spirits is hell.

  • What Jesus Said About Hell

    What Jesus Said About Hell

    The Bible describes the fact that there is only one way of escape from hell and eternal separation from God: The Cross of Jesus Christ. Whether a person choses to believe that truth or not, determines whether their final destination is; heaven or hell. Like it or not, hell is for real, and unless all of us repent of our sins and turn to Jesus Christ, we will never see heaven.

    The new book out by Rob Bell called “Love Wins”, paints God as so loving and merciful that He could not possibly send anyone to hell. What pastor Bell has neglected to include in his thought process and understanding of God, is the fact that God is just as much a God of Justice as is he a God of Love.

    Sin is an offense to God and He promised that “The soul that sins, will die eternally”. The promise to Adam was that on the day that he sinned against God and ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, he would die.

    Ezekiel 18:4 “Behold, all souls are Mine; The soul of the father As well as the soul of the son is Mine; The soul who sins shall die.