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Beyond the Broadcast: What If You Were to Die Tonight?

Once we understand that sin and death have been companions since they entered the world through Adam’s disobedience, we can then begin to see the different destinations of those who believe versus those who do not. At death, bodies of believers and non-believers alike separate for our souls. While our bodies go into the ground until the resurrection, our souls go to dwell in a place of comfort and paradise (for believers) or a place of torment (for non-believers).

Beyond the Broadcast : What If a Person Is an Unrepentant Troublemaker?

As long as there has been sin, there have been rebels. As long as there has been leadership, there have been those who fought against it. Achan disobeyed God and refused to follow the Lord’s appointed leader, Joshua. David had numerous troubles with his sons Absalom and Amnon. Troublemakers are everywhere.

Beyond the Broadcast: What If a Longtime Friend Deceives You?

“What is the right thing to do? If we ask ourselves that question, we will not deceive others.”  
- Charles R. Swindoll

Few things sting worse than realizing someone we trust has deceived us.

At first, we are in shock; it’s almost too much to believe. When we discover the deception we’re heartbroken—perhaps it’s the person we married, who promised to be faithful, or someone we admired and respected such as a coach, teacher, or pastor.

Beyond the Broadcast: What If You Are Being Stalked?

“We’re not made to fly through life solo. God has others who are gifted and competent.”
- Charles R. Swindoll

Human depravity leads to every disturbing situation we can imagine. Sinful people think sinful thoughts, which can result in sinful actions. Stalking in particular creates within us an anxiety, making us fearful as we attempt to cope.

Beyond the Broadcast: What If You Suddenly Lose Everything?

“Always ask: ‘What is there for me to learn in this, God? What are You teaching me?’”
- Charles R. Swindoll

We all agree—life is difficult. Without warning, tragedy strikes and cuts our legs out from under us. It’s bad enough when such pain comes as the result of our wrongdoing. But how do we bear the pain of unjust suffering?