How would you answer this question? What kind of people go to heaven? A common answer is, “good people go to heaven.” The logic flows something like this: There is a good God who lives in a good place called heaven and it is reserved for good people. This good God goes by many names depending on which religion you choose. Almost all major religions try to provide a legitimate road to God, therefore, heaven. The criterion for getting into heaven for most religions is to be good. Thus, men and women must do certain things and not do certain things, in order to assure themselves a spot in this place called heaven.
Does that make sense? However, how does one really know beyond a shadow of doubt that heaven is one’s eternal destination?
We are starting a new series from the book of Galatians called, “Freedom – The Liberating Grace of God.” Two thousand years ago Jesus made this statement, “If you continue in My Word then you are truly my disciples and you will know the truth and the truth will set you free!”
What is this truth that Jesus is talking about that sets us free and how do we know for sure that He is telling the truth? One of the reasons that the book of Galatians was written was to correct some serious errors regarding the liberating, “Freedom” that Jesus taught. Please join us every Sunday between now and Christmas as we examine Jesus liberating Truth.”