By nature, when children are born into this world, they enter life (small; ignorant; spiritually dead; angelic).

Despite their spiritual condition, they may have physical life for (a year; a decade; a century; a while).

Apart from the intervening, saving grace of God, when these people physically die, their bodies may be (translated to Heaven; buried; cremated; eaten by fish) but their souls will (entombed; calcified; sent to hades; translated to Heaven). Not translated to Heaven, entombed or calcified – sent to Hell

“Then shall (Christ) say also unto them on the left hand, _______________ from me, ye ______________, into ___________________ _____________, prepared for the devil & his angels.” Matt 25:41

When they were first born, the people who eventually die as saints of God, entered life (small; ignorant; spiritually dead; just like everyone else). All of these

They became saints of God by (their holy living; their wholly living; God’s saving grace; bribery). Grace

With only a few exceptions, all of God’s saints from a hundred years ago and beyond have (been burned at the stake; been resurrected; been translated to Heaven; died just like the non-saints). Died

“And as it is appointed unto men (only men; all men; old men) once to _______________, but after this the _____________________: So _________________ was once offered to bear the ___________ of many; and unto them that ____________________ for ______________ shall he ________________ the second time without sin unto ____________________.” Heb. 9:27-28

“Then shall (Christ) the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye _________________ of my Father, ____________________ the kingdom _______________________ for you from the __________________ of the world.” Matt. 25:34

It might be argued that the kingdom of this verse is the Millennial Kingdom, but is that what the Lord has prepared for the redeemed Gentile?

The eternal state of the redeemed.

Those sinners who die without God’s gracious salvation (will eventually become ashes in hell; will cease to exist; will live eternally in death; will have eternal life). Not eternal life, but eternal living existence

Those sinners who die under God’s gracious salvation (will eventually become ashes in hell; will cease to exist; will live eternally in death; will have eternal life). Eternal life

“Even so must the Son of man be ________________ ______ (picked up; crucified; translated to heaven; glorified): that whosoever _________________________ in him should not _______________, but have ______________________ life.” John 3:14-15

“My ___________________ hear my voice, and I ___________________ them, and they follow me: And I give unto them _______________________ _____________; and they shall never ________________, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.” John 10:27-28

“For the wages of sin is ________________; but the gift of God is _________________ _____________ through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Rom 6:23

“And this is the record, that God hath given to us __________________ ____________, and this life is in his Son. These things have I written unto you that __________________ on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have _______________________ __________________.” I John 5:11,13

God’s saints will enjoy (animal life; eternal life; eternal existence; blissful life) in the presence of Christ.

“And this is the _________________________ that he hath promised us, even __________________ life.”

“We know that if our _________________ house of this __________________ were dissolved, we have a building of ______________, an house not made with hands, eternal in the ________________. For in this we _______________, earnestly _________________ to be clothed upon with our house which is from heaven.”

In II Cor. 5 Paul was talking about a new (car; mansion; citizenship; body).

Our current bodies are tainted by (UV-light; sin; corruption; death).

In heaven we will be given (painless; glorified; eternal; beautiful) bodies.

When it comes time for the saint to enjoy God’s eternal life, he will find it to be (as good as his earthly life; better than this life; a disappointment; better than his highest dream). Better

“As it is written, Eye hath not _________________, nor ear __________________, neither have entered into the _____________________ of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.”

How do you think Paul would have characterized his life – (torturous; troublesome; wonderful; painful)?

If God wanted to extend Paul’s earthly life and ministry for another hundred years, he would have been (happy; content; thrilled; disappointed). ????

What he did say about that sort of thing was “I am in a _________________ betwixt two, having a desire to __________________, and to be with Christ; which is far ________________: nevertheless to abide in the __________________ is more needful for you.” Phil 1:23-24

To be with Christ, physically, momentarily, eternally or in Heaven, is far better than to be (the most successful gospel minister of all time; the richest man on the face of the earth; the most generous person in history; like Solomon in all his glory). All of these

Christ has gone to prepare a place for His saints in (Israel; North Dakota; His Father’s house; an under ground bunker).

The word “mansion” in John 14:2 is (an exaggeration; a mistranslation; an encouragement to the saints; an understatement). We can’t be sure exactly how great those “dwelling places” will be

Elsewhere in the Bible “mone” (mon-ay’) is rendered (money; hut; cabin over the hill-top; abode). Abode

There is no reason to think that our “accommodations” in Heaven will be anything but (fantastic; drastic; monastic; communistic).

“Therefore being justified by ______________, we have _______________ with God through our Lord Jesus Christ: By whom also we have access by ____________________ into this __________________ wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the ____________________ of God.” Romans 5:1-2

The “glory” to which Paul referred in this scripture is (God’s glory in our salvation; God’s essential nature; that thing for which we should try to create in everything that we do; something that we shall enjoy when our salvation is complete). Ours yet to come

God “called you by our ________________, to the obtaining of the __________________ of our Lord Jesus Christ.” II Thess 2:14

“The elders which are among you I exhort, who am also an elder, and a witness of the sufferings of Christ, and also a ________________ of the _______________________ that shall be revealed:

And when the chief Shepherd shall appear, ye shall receive a ________________ of ______________ that fadeth not away.” I Peter 5

“Then shall the ____________________ ________________ forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father. Who hath ears to hear, let him hear.” Matt 13:43

If we are children, heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ we shall (be rich; be glorified; become lazy; be happy).

For the saints in eternity there will be no (fear of death; enemies; tears; friends). Rev. 21:4

Heaven can be characterized by (joy; peace; service; worship). Enter thou into the joy of thy Lord

The saints in Heaven will be given (chores; Silverwood tickets; rewards; crowns).

“When the chief ________________ shall appear, ye shall receive a _____________ of ____________ that fadeth not away.” I Peter 5:4

“The Son of man shall come in the ________________ of his Father with his _________________; and then he shall ________________ every man according to his _________________.” Matthew 16:27

“Rejoice, and be _________________ ___________: for great is your __________________ in ______________ heaven…” Matt 5:12

The primary character of Heaven and eternity will be (the saint, the Father; Christ the Saviour; Satan).

“For I am in a ___________________ betwixt ____________, having a desire to depart, and to be with __________________.”