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Living on Earth and Looking toward Heaven

Saturday, August 30, 2014

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Guest: Anne Graham Lotz, author, Heaven: My Father’s House

In My Father’s house are many dwelling places; if it were not so, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you. — Jesus (John 14:2)

It is a reality that no one can avoid—death.  Whether one exercises daily, eats healthy, gets plenty of rest, has access to the best health care, and is born with good genetics, the fact is that everyone eventually dies as a result of the fatal effect of sin on our world.

Death is one of man’s greatest fears, partly because the dying process can be drawn out and painful and partly because many people are unsure what will happen afterward.    But what if you knew for certain that you would spend eternity in a perfect place in God’s presence after you die?  Would that change the way you face a terminal diagnosis, old age, or an unjust, sinful world?

Our guest this weekend on The Christian Worldview, Anne Graham Lotz, author, speaker, and daughter of evangelist Billy Graham, thinks so.  She has watched her mother die and her father and husband nearing that day.  In her book, Heaven: My Father’s House, Anne reminds readers that all the ills and trials of this world are nothing to fear in light of the believer’s future hope and home in heaven.

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The Christian Worldview Minute is a one-minute radio feature hosted by David Wheaton that airs Monday through Sunday on 250 radio stations across America.


TCW Minute: Cancer (Aug. 25-31)

Monday, August 25, 2014

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How to have strength and hope in the midst of cancer?  This is David Wheaton, host of The Christian Worldview.

The thought of cancer makes most people shudder.  Over one million people of all ages are diagnosed with it each year in America.  And treatments for cancer can be as debilitating as the illness.

Cancer is a graphic reminder of how sin has corrupted our world.  God designed us to live forever, but Adam’s sin and ours has brought disease and death.

But the good news is that when we put our faith in Christ as Savior and Lord, He gives us the grace to face cancer.  And we have assurance that the victory He won over sin and death is ours as well so we don’t have to fear whatever happens on this earth.

Hear an interview with two who have battled cancer at TheChristianWorldview.org.

This weekend Anne Graham Lotz will join us to discuss heaven.

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