Prophetic Witness - July 2014
The Resurrection Body
by Alan Willis
There was a distinct difference in the beliefs of the Sadducees and the Pharisees, concerning life after death. The Sadducees believed that there was no resurrection, whereas the Pharisees believed that the soul hovered over the body for three days after death, finally breaking free on the fourth day, and going to Hades.
There is also a difference between the resurrection of Lazarus [John 11] and that of Christ. Lazarus would die again, whereas Christ had passed through the valley of death once and forever. The book of Revelation teaches us that all of those who do not belong to Christ, will pass through a ’second death’ (Revelation 20 verse 6), which follows the Great White Judgement, and this is described in chapter 21 verse 8, and it is unlike the first death since it is eternal.
A second difference is also clear. Lazarus was raised to life....
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In this edition of Prophetic Witness
- Powerpoint - Rev Colin Le Noury
- The Resurrection Body
- From Our Israel Desk
- A Heart Like Ezekiel: The Burden of the Lord
- In Touch
- Signs of the Times
- I Believe in the Holy Ghost
- The Remnant of Israel
- The Mystery Doctrines of the New Testament
- Southern Area Fellowship Day
- What In The World Is Happening?
- What's On