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The Effect of a Future Resurrection

Sunday, April 15, 2012
Teacher: Tom Craig
Passage: Job 19:25-27
Duration:45 mins 35 secs
Pastor Tom Craig - Sunday Worship - Greek historian Herodotus tells of sumptuous Egyptian feasts where, after much eating, merriment, lude behavior occurs. The servants would parade a wooden coffin through the banquet room, containing a carved wooden and painted image of a corpse. The servants would carry this to each guest and encourage them to continue to party by showing them the coffin and say, “Eat, drink and be merry, for someday this will be you.” The philosophy has followed to this day. Is this really how it is? Is this life all there is? Is there really a resurrection to follow? And if there is a blissful or hellish afterlife, what affect does that have on me today? Today, we meet one person who will tell us that his belief in an afterlife greatly affected his present life.

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