Multiply Christian Church
Who Should We Tell About Heaven?
Multiply Christian Church is a non-denominational church plant meeting in Gahanna, Ohio at Goshen Elementary School. Join us in-person and online on Sundays at 10:00am. Please check multiply614.com/thegathering for more information!
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  • Goshen Lane Elementary School
    370 Goshen Ln, Gahanna, OH 43230, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
It’s a question for the ages: “Where do people go when they die?” Thankfully, for the Christ-follower, the answer is Heaven - a place to be with God for all of eternity. But, where exactly is Heaven? Who gets to go there? What will Heaven be like and what will we do? These are questions that can be answered in the Bible. Join us for a special eight-week series that will provide hope for the believer, as we discover more about our Heavenly home.
Who should we tell about Heaven? We should tell any and everyone about Heaven!
Breakdown:
1. What is Heaven? How do we Define Heaven?
2. Where is Heaven?
3. What does Heaven look like?
4. Who gets to go to Heaven?
5. Who should we tell about Heaven?
What is Heaven? How do we define Heaven?
Two aspects are implied:
1. God’s singular dwelling place.
Two aspect are implied:
1. God's singular dwelling place.
2. Not on Earth.
First – In Isaiah 6 & Revelation we read of God sitting on the throne in his Temple.
Second – We have Jesus and Paul (2 Cor. 12:2-4) talking about Paradise.
Who gets to go to Heaven? / Who should we tell about Heaven?
One of God’s dwelling places is Heaven, but that’s not the only place:
i. the Garden of Eden
ii. Mount Zion
iii. the Tabernacle
iv. the Temple
v. Jesus
vi. Believers
vii. & eventually the New Jerusalem
God dwelling among His people on Earth.
i. It’s not about living in Heaven for eternity – Because the Bible ends with God living with us on a new Earth.
ii. It’s not working to find a path to God – Because we can’t make it on our own.
iii. It’s not about Christians being good social activists – Because we still make a mess of things.
God has made a way, through Christ, for us to Live with Him for eternity.