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Bring It On-Line: - June 5, 2017

WILL WE RECOGNIZE PEOPLE IN HEAVEN EVEN IF WE'VE NEVER SEEN EACH OTHER? IS "BREAKING BREAD DAILY" THE SAME AS TAKING COMMUNION? IS THERE A CHRISTIAN PROGRAM THAT EDUCATES THE PUBLIC OF WHAT IS IN THE QURAN? Read Transcript


The first one comes from Tara, Pat, who says, Hi, Pat.

When we die and go to heaven, the Bible

says our loved ones will meet us and we'll know them.

Will they look the same as they did when we last saw them?

I've had two miscarriages and never saw my babies.

Will they still be babies, or will they be grown?

Also, do you believe that when we die we go straight

to heaven, or do we go into a long sleep

until God comes back and raises us

all from the dead at the same time?

To go back to Jesus on the cross, there was a thief there,

and Jesus said, this day you'll be with me in paradise.

Nothing about soul sleep, you'll be with me in paradise.

And the apostle Paul said, I'm on a straight betwixt two,

whether to depart and be with the Lord

or remain in the flesh.

There's no in between.

So that's--

What are we going to look like?

Well, I think the prevailing thought, we don't know,

is that somehow those who are tiny babies will go up to 30,

of those who were 85 will go down to 30.

TERRY MEEUWSEN: I like that.

That works for me.

There'll be something for all of us, but that's the thought.

But you know, we're going to be spiritual beings,

and we'll have spiritual bodies.

And we'll be so glorious that the question of how we look now

will really be insignificant.

The thing is, we will be reflecting the glory of God.

OK.

This is Bob, who says, I've pondered and do not understand

what was meant in the Book of Acts

when it was said several times that the believers met

daily and broke bread and fellowship together.

Is the breaking bread daily the act of communion?

I think they had a meal, that's what

the breaking of bread means.

They ate together.

They had dinner, they had lunch, they had whatever.

So they met together and had a communal meal,

and then they did their thing.

I think it's not communion every day, I don't think.

OK, this is Anna, who says, Pat, my son

is almost 32 months old.

Doctors say that he has achondroplasia.

I have been praying to the Lord for his healing since 2014.

Last September, I had a dream I saw Jesus.

He didn't speak to me, but he touched my hand.

And in my heart, I knew my son was being healed.

Can that be possible?

And if so, can I still claim that healing?

I don't know what to make of that dream.

What's your opinion?

And achondroplasia, for those of you watching who don't know,

it's a skeletal disorder that results in a form of dwarfism.

OK.

Well, my word is to hold on to that dream.

I think God can and will fulfill those dreams

and those promises.

And so hold on, see what happens.

TERRY MEEUWSEN: OK, this is from Jess, Pat, who says,

I read 3/4 of the Quran, and there are more than 100 verses

calling for the death of anyone that does not believe in Islam,

yet America has politicians swearing

in on the Quran, which tells them

to kill most of the people that voted for them.

Do you know if there's a Christian program or church

that's educating the public on chapter and verse

exactly what is in the Quran?

We are.

There's a little booklet called Islam, Religion

of Peace or War?

And it doesn't have all in there,

but there's some significant verses in the Quran.

And I think that you'll find it very, very helpful.

I tell you, there's so much misunderstanding.

I want to say this about Islam.

It isn't merely a religion, it is a world view, a world system

having to do with government, political Sharia

law, lifestyle, everything.

It is encompassing a persons life.

And it is not just a, quote, religion

any more than communism was not just a political system.

It also was a religion, but it's a different type.

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