Am I Going To Heaven?

Can you prove you are going to Heaven?

When you were born your parents were very aware of your growth. They had 100% proof that you were growing and alive. If you were not, you would be taken immediately to the doctor. We constantly search for evidence and proof of life. Why do we never, or hardly ever, search for proof of growth and life in our spiritual life? To have assurance in your own salvation is a huge thing. Can you know for sure if you are going to Heaven? The word “hope” in biblical terms does not just mean you hope you will be going to Heaven. The word “hope” as it was meant in its original meaning in the Bible means “confident assurance.” I think you would love to have “confident assurance” in the fact that you are going to Heaven. Paul tells us in his second letter to the Corinthians, “Examine yourselves, to see whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves. Or do you not realize this about yourselves, that Jesus Christ is in you?—unless indeed you fail to meet the test!” – 2 Corinthians 13:5, ESV
If you’d like to examine yourself, take a look at our Fruits Audit Section to gain greater insight into your own salvation. Become an ambassador for Christ and share this post with your friends and family. This could be the single most important thing you do all day!

Blessings!

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3 thoughts on “Am I Going To Heaven?

  1. How can one be sure of anything that happens after death? The very nature of death means that it is an untestable hypothesis. Why won’t it be just the same as before we were born?

  2. Has anyone considered they may have a false sense of assurance and that Satan is thrilled with that false sense? He knows how to twist the gospel just enough to send droves of people straight to Hell. By the way, these are people who think they are truly saved. Take a look at Matthew 7:21-23. These people think they have an intimate relationship with Jesus. They call Him “Lord, Lord.” In the Bible whenever anyone is addressed using their name twice it means they have an intimate relationship with the one they are talking to. Many people agree; this is the most frightening passage in all of scripture. Satan, on the other hand loves it!

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