(a) By calling on Him to save us;
(b) By believing His promise to save all who call on Him;
(a) First, by being truly sorry that we have sinned against God;
(b) By confessing to God that we are sinners and asking Him to forgive us;
(c) By turning away from our sins so that we might obey God.
By repenting of our sin and trusting Jesus to be our Lord and Saviour.
Nobody knows, and this is why we must always be ready.
It is the names of all who have truly trusted in the Lord to save them from their sins.
Answer: Many things
(a) Those who belong to Jesus and had died, will be raised from the dead in glorified bodies.
(b) Those who belong to Jesus and are still alive when He returns will have their bodies changed into glorified bodies.
(c) All who are not His people will also have their bodies raised but they will not be glorious bodies.
(d) Jesus will judge all people who have ever lived for what they have said, thought, and done.
(e) Those whose names are in ‘the Lamb’s book of life’ will be with Jesus forever.
(f) Those whose names are not in the Lamb’s book of life will be sent way forever from Jesus into hell.
(g) The curse on the earth will be removed and the heavens and the earth will be renewed.
One day He will ‘come again’ and return to this earth in power and great glory.
He represents and intercedes for all His people.
He is reigning until He conquers all His enemies.
He entered bodily into the presence of God.
He was taken up into heaven.
He gave instructions to His apostles and spoke to them about the kingdom of God.
Someone especially chosen by Jesus: to be with Him; to see Him alive after He rose from the dead; especially sent by Jesus to teach His message, baptize, and to perform miraculous signs.
He showed Himself to the apostles He had chosen.
Yes AND no!
He was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures.
‘That he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures’ (1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 4)
(1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 4).
His body was buried.
‘Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried...’
(1 Corinthians chapter 15 verses 3 and 4).
‘The blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin’
(1 John chapter 1 verse 7).
Because he was being punished for the sins of all the people whom he would save.