When a Nonchristian dies…

I’ll be posting two videos. These are messages I gave recently at my church as part of a short 2-part series entitled, “Life and Death.”

This first message explores the unpleasant sequence of events that a nonchristian can expect when he dies, according to the Bible.

Read the following paragraph first. Then watch the video if you’re still interested.

John and Mary had three children. One boy and two girls. Their fifteenth anniversary plane tickets for next month were at home on the counter. Mary had become a Christian a few years earlier through a young Mom’s Bible study. John was not yet a believer, though Mary prayed for him every day. It was her idea to start having a date night every Thursday. That’s where they were that night while the babysitter was at their house with the kids. John and Mary were returning home from their dinner-slash-movie date when a large truck ran a red light and T-boned them at a busy intersection not far from their house. According to the Bible, this is what happened to John next, the moment after his heart stopped beating.


One response to “When a Nonchristian dies…

  • BelleUnruh

    You quote the Bible, but misinterpret it. You quoted “eternal destruction”. What does destroy mean? God says, “All the wicked I will destroy.” And how is being in pain forever a just punishment for anyone?

    I’ve noticed in the Old Testament God says many times, “As you have done to others, so it will be done to you.” That is a just punishment.

    This teaching of eternal torture by God has created thousands of atheists. I could never love a God who would do something no good person on earth would do. If you are interested in reading a different interpretation of hell, I would suggest going to Amazing Facts online. If you don’t do that then it shows your mind is closed and you love this doctrine of a horrible god.

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