September 26, 2022

Ep.1248: What Will We Be Doing When We Get to Heaven? (Part I)

Examining the privilege of heaven, why it is open and how to get there

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CHAPTERS

[00:13:58]
What kind of groundwork is needed in order for a disciple to qualify for heaven?


[00:26:58]
What are some of the privileges and inheritance the faithful can expect to receive?


[00:44:22]
What heavenly responsibilities do the faithful have?


Theme Scripture: John 14:3

It’s pretty safe to assume that most every Christian looks forward to being in heaven with Jesus if they are faithful to their call of discipleship. While this can be an exciting and positively overwhelming prospect, it can also be a future that is filled with questions. What exactly will the faithful be doing when they get to heaven? How will they spend their time? Many say that the faithful will be continually worshipping God and His son, and there is truth to this. However, there is more. Much more. Understanding what Jesus’ faithful disciples will be doing in heaven requires first putting all of Jesus’ mission in order. If we know what he came to do and NOT do when he walked the earth as a man, we will then know what he has yet to accomplish and how his faithful followers will help him later.

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Who goes there?

To understand the whole idea of being resurrected to heaven, we first need to understand a basic but potentially surprising premise. Simply stated, heaven is NOT the destination for everyone who says they love Jesus. Think about it - all of humanity was doomed to death because of the sin of Adam. Jesus satisfied justice by paying the price for that sin. This meant that all of humanity was now given a just right to a resurrected earthly life. Those who will go to heaven are invited to walk in Jesus’ footsteps and sacrifice their human will as he did. Heaven is not a result of justice; it is an unmerited gift of grace.

What is heaven all about?

While the answer to this simple question is not that easy, there are a few basic heavenly things we can be sure of. First, heaven will be the home of Jesus’ faithful followers. He emphatically taught us in John 14 that there are many “rooms” in his Father’s “house” and he was going to prepare a place for them. The idea of abiding in God’s figurative house is a staggering privilege to say the least!

But what do the faithful DO in heaven?

We learn the answer by paying attention to both Old and New Testament scriptures together. In 1 Peter chapter 2, Peter offers several titles given to the faithful, like “chosen race” and “royal priesthood.” These are not just empty accolades. They describe serious positions of privilege and responsibility. In Isaiah chapter 61, there are further descriptions of what Jesus’ followers will be doing. The Old and New Testaments combine to teach us about the extensive and profound heavenly work of Jesus’ disciples.

Check out our September 26, 2022 podcast, “What Will We be Doing When We Get to Heaven? (Part I)" for more. This is Part I of a three-part series that attempts to methodically put heaven’s privileges, inheritances and responsibilities in order. We analyze the titles and examine the responsibilities that go with them. What we find is a fascinating and unexpectedly clear picture of heavenly power, work and privilege!

 

 

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Ep.1247: Does God Ever Tempt Us? Contradictions Series

God’s role in temptations, seeing if He sanctions stealing and if He knows all

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Does God EVER tempt us for any reason?


[00:30:52]
Does God give us permission to steal?


[00:44:18]
Does God see everything everywhere in the world?


Theme Scripture: James 1:12

God is all powerful and all knowing. The problem is, we often don’t think about what that really means. Not only has knowledge of God diminished in our day, but respect and reverence for Him are now scarce commodities. Humanity in this technology-driven age is prone to judge without understanding. Our benevolent Creator is an easy target of this. We have discussed many supposed contradictions about God in our Bible Contradictions Series, and we will bring up a few more today. Primarily, we want to look at the relationship between God, us and our hard experiences in life. Does God tempt us? Does God purposely place temptations in front of us as a way to teach or punish? Some say the Bible says yes and others say the Bible absolutely says no. So, who’s right? Let’s actually look at the Bible and find out!

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In the few simple and profound verses of the Lord’s Prayer, we have the petition for God to “lead us not into temptation.” For some, this is all the evidence they need to assert that God can and will bring us to the very things that are hardest for us. This view turns this part of the Lord’s Prayer into a bit of a begging session with God. It’s as if we are saying, "God, whatever You do, please don’t lead me to the very precipice of my ability to fail! Please!" But should we have to beg God to not tempt us?

When we combine this scripture with a few other specific texts, we can begin to see where the idea of God tempting us comes from. However, examining this apparent biblical contradiction reveals a completely different conclusion regarding God’s interactions with our weaknesses. Once understood, both the Old and New Testaments echo a resounding message of God’s character and His treatment of humanity.

Check out or September 19, 2022 podcast, “Does God Ever Tempt Us? Contradictions Series” for more. We carefully unfold the several scriptures in question, define the words used and the context of each text to find resounding clarity.

We also examine two other apparent biblical contradictions:

  1. Does God ever permit us to steal? In the Ten Commandments, God plainly says, “Thou shalt not steal.” Yet he instructed His people to take “spoils” from the Egyptians when He released them from slavery. How can God command the same people to do two seemingly opposite things?
  2. What about God's ability to see all and know all? Several scriptures tell us plainly that nothing escapes God’s sight and hearing. However, other scriptures seem to indicate that such power is beyond Him. There are examples of people leaving God’s presence, prophets having to report certain events to God and God sending messengers to verify specific circumstances. So, which is it? Does God see and hear all or does he need lots of help and support?

Join us as we journey through these questions to find find sound scriptural answers!

 

 

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Both Matthew 1:2 and Matthew 1:15 refer to Jacob- however they are not the same person.
Beginning with Matthew 1:2, we have a genealogy for Jesus starting with Abraham. Matthew wrote his gospel originally in Hebrew, according to early Christians, for Jewish Christians primarily. Tracing the genealogy of Jesus back to father Abraham would be a reasonable thing to do for his audience. (Luke later wrote to Gentiles, and extended the genealogy back to Adam.)

Matthew begins — Abraham, then his son Isaac, then his son Jacob. In verse 2, when Matthew says “Jacob begat Judas and his brethren,” he means Judah (as it is spelled in the Old Testament), the fourth son of Jacob’s wife, Leah.

“And his brethren” refers to the other 11 sons of Jacob who, together with Judah, generated the 12 tribes of Israel.

In verse 15, we are now to the end of the listing, just before Jesus. In this case also there is a person named Jacob, but of course this is not the same Jacob as mentioned in verse 2. Jacob in verse 15 is many generations later. In verse 15, Jacob’s son was Joseph, the husband of Mary, who was the mother of Jesus.

The father of this much later Joseph was a person named Matthan.

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Ep.1246: Does God REALLY Require Human Sacrifices? Contradictions Series

Clarifying Abraham sacrificing Isaac, and if we should make oaths or not

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What did Abraham's willingness to sacrifice Isaac have to do with Jesus?


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Did Jesus tell us to never make an oath?


Theme Scripture: Genesis 22:1-2

The actions of God in the Bible are an easy target for criticism. It is so easy to look into this ancient book and pick out events that may not look sensible and even make God look bad and wildly inconsistent. Examining these events carefully does reveal truth and harmony - if we are willing to look for it. One such event is the account where God specifically tells Abraham to take his son Isaac and kill him as a sacrifice to Him. This sounds absurd! How can a God of love, compassion and justice just arbitrarily ask someone to murder their son? What possible good could ever come from such an action? And what about other accounts in the Bible that seem to show God as minimizing the value of human life? These are hard questions. The good news is, the Bible has clear and legitimate answers!

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God called out to Abraham one day with a very specific command. In Genesis 22:2 God said, “Take now your son, your only son, whom you love, Isaac, and go to the land of Moriah, and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains of which I will tell you." It would be hard to understand this command from God in any other way than it sounds. To make it even harder to comprehend, remember that Isaac was the promised child born to Abraham and Sarah when they were 100 and 90 years old respectively. Abraham had waited 25 years from the time that God originally promised this child.

How could God even think about undoing such a miraculous fulfillment of His own promise?

This is a searching question. When dealing with such deep and apparent contradictions within the Bible, we need to focus on finding the whole truth instead of jumping to unstudied and shallow conclusions. The fact is, God did NOT want Abraham to murder his son as a sacrifice to show his loyalty to God. How can we be sure of this as it looks to be contrary to what was written? Check out our September 12, 2022 podcast, “Does God REALLY Require Human Sacrifices? for more.

As part of our Contradictions Series, we delve into the details of this intriguing account and find the missing pieces to the human sacrifices puzzle. Solving this issue is just the beginning of answering the sacrificing question. We look at another Old Testament event involving King David turning seven men over to another nation to be executed, seemingly as a price of appeasement to God and that other nation. Wouldn’t that constitute God condoning human sacrifice?

One other supposed biblical contradiction we look at has to do swearing something is true by taking an oath. Jesus seems to flatly reject making any oath for any reason, yet he himself testified by taking an oath. How do we explain that one? Join us for this revealing episode that uncovers biblical truths about issues that many assume to be evidence of biblical inconsistency. The truth is waiting!

 

 

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Ep.: What does the Feast of the First-fruits represent?

Below is a list of the special yearly observances that God required Israel to keep. Three were in the spring, while four were fall remembrances.

Spring Observances

(1) Passover (Nisan 14, first month of the religious year)

(2) Feast of Unleavened Bread (Nisan 15-21) Included offering of barley first-fruits.

(3) Feasts of Weeks (Later called Pentecost, 50 days after Passover Sabbath) Included offering of two loaves of leavened bread.

Fall Observances

(4) Blowing of Trumpets (Tishri 1, Seventh month of religious year)

(5) Day of Atonement (Tishri 10)

(6) Feast of Tabernacles (Tishri 15-21)

(7) 8th Day (Tishri 22), following immediately after the Feast of Tabernacles

Both the spring and fall celebrations included offerings of the first-fruits of that season’s harvest. This is significant and illustrates what James describes as “the precious fruit of the earth” (James 5:7). They illustrate various groups of people that are presented to God at different times in God’s plan.

In the spring, the first grain that was harvested in Israel was barley. (See Leviticus 23:10, 11). As part of the week-long Feast of Unleavened Bread the barley first-fruit was offered the day after the Sabbath. It was presented without leaven, a symbol of sin (See 1 Cor. 5:8). The waving of barley represents Jesus’ resurrection. He died on the 14th of Nisan and was resurrected on the 16th, the very same day the barley was waved before the Lord. Therefore the waving of barley represents Jesus being presented to God, perfect, unblemished, and without leaven.

However, barley was not the only first-fruit offered to God. Fifty days after the barley offering was the Feast of Weeks (or Pentecost) (Described in Lev. 23:15-17). Two loaves of wheat bread were baked with leaven and waved before the Lord. The symbolism is clear. In spite of the fact that the wheat was baked with leaven (sin), they were now acceptable because of Jesus’ atoning sacrifice. Acts chapter 2 states that the disciples were given the holy spirit on the Day of Pentecost, proof of their acceptance by God. The fact that there were two loaves of bread corresponds to the two spiritual classes that emerge from after Jesus’ death – the church (Hebrews 12:23) and the Great Multitude (Revelation. 7:9).

Following these spring observances came those in the fall. The Feast of Tabernacles on the 15th day of the 7th month came just a few days after the Day of Atonement. During the seven days of the feast, Israelites were commanded to live in makeshift booths as a remembrance of their deliverance from Egypt and their time of wandering in the wilderness (Leviticus 23:42, 43).

This feast was also called the “Festival of Ingathering,” because at that time of year all the corn, wine and oil were harvested (Exodus 34:22). This larger harvest represents the world of mankind being presented to God in the millennial kingdom.

Zechariah 14:16 tells us that the world will one day celebrate this feast. “Every one that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the Feast of Tabernacles.” 

That is the appropriate feast for mankind to observe, because as it was first instituted to celebrate Israel’s deliverance but then will celebrate mankind’s deliverance from sin and death.

God gave these special observances to illustrate the two ages, or time periods of salvation:

  1. The Gospel Age (the time of the gospel message going forth), represented by the two spring offerings, and
  2. The Millennial Age (God’s future kingdom), represented by the fall Feast of Tabernacles.

The Apostle Paul wrote,

“For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive. But every man in his own order: Christ the first-fruits; [in the Gospel Age] afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming [in the Millennial Age].”  1 Corinthians 15:22, 23

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