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Sermons from Salem Evangelical Free Church
Salem Evangelical Free Church
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Total Sermons: 6
We all experience moral outrage. People half a world away cheer the deaths of innocent Americans in unprovoked terrorist attacks. Special interests and political insiders control the levers of power and write laws to favor themselves. Traditions and values that we care about seem to be ignored, mocked, or even declared illegal. Are there good reasons to be outraged? What does outrage do to us? And how we can deal with outrages and find peace?
The Bible describes different aspects of what eternity will be like for those who know Jesus as Lord and Savior. These pictures encourage us in the hardships that we encounter, and give us hope, purpose, and courage in following Christ.
Death means an end to physical existence – body and soul are separated. This temporary separation is probably the least understood part of the afterlife. What happens to our bodies and souls after we die? What do we experience in that state? And what hope do we have for eternity?
Most people believe there's some kind of hell, but nobody believes they will end up there. Is hell a real place? If so, what is it like? How could a loving God send anyone to hell? What does Jesus have to say about all this? And has He done anything about it?
Most people believe that we will go to heaven if we’ve lived a pretty good life, avoided really “big” sins, or done enough good to outweigh the bad. Do all roads really lead to heaven? What is heaven like, anyway? Who ends up in heaven, and can I know if I will be there?