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Question 1 of 6
If you died today, do you know for sure you would go to heaven?
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Question 2 of 6
If you died and stood before God and He asked you, “Why should I let you into heaven?” What would you say?
Question 3 of 6
If you are certain that you would go to heaven if you died today, is there anything you could do or say in the future which might keep you from going to heaven? If so, what?
Question 4 of 6
Imagine that you walked outside today, and just as we step onto the sidewalk, you see a woman get hit by a car. You run up to her, and are able to tell that she has less than 30 seconds to live. As her life bleeds out of her there on the street, she looks up at you and says, “Tell me how to go to heaven when I die.” What would you say?
Question 5 of 6
You are talking with a man about how to receive eternal life. You say whatever you think is necessary. He responds positively. Afterwards, he gets in his car. He is very excited about what you shared with him, and cannot wait to get home and tell his wife. He is so excited he is not paying attention to the road. A dog runs out in front of his car. He swerves to miss the dog, and ends up careening of the side off the road, hitting a tree head-on. He dies instantly. Does he go to heaven?
Question 6 of 6
Let’s consider the previous question again.
You talked with a man about how to receive eternal life. He responded positively and has just accepted your message about eternal life. He is driving home and is very excited to tell his wife. And on his way home, he tunes all his radio stations to Christian music. Once he gets home, he tells his wife about Jesus, and she is pretty skeptical, but he doesn’t let this stop his love for God. For several years he reads his Bible every day, prays, and attends church. He leads his neighbor and a few of his coworkers to Jesus in the same way that he was led to Jesus by you.
But one year, the man loses his job. He tries to find another one, but is not able. He falls into a depression. Pretty soon he is arguing with his wife all the time. He doesn’t feel loved and respected any more at home, so he goes out and has an affair. His wife finds out and divorces him. To numb the pain of losing his job and his wife, he turns to alcohol. After a while, alcohol cannot drown his problems either, and he turns to drugs. Somewhere along the way, he gets caught up in something he shouldn’t have, and ends up killing a man. He is so shaken up about this, that he is not paying attention while driving home. A dog runs out in front of his car. He swerves to miss the dog, and ends up careening off the side of the road, hitting a tree head-on. He dies instantly.
Does he go to heaven?