Will Christians Ever See God the Father Face to Face?

Episode 404 Show Notes 

From the Show

God is a spirit, infinite, eternal, unchangeable. When we talk about God, God doesn't have a body. The second person of the God head, the Son, the Word, was made flesh (John 1:14). He took flesh from the womb of the virgin Mary so that he might redeem us. And the Scriptures do speak of us seeing him face-to-face.

—Adriel Sanchez

Questions in this Episode

1. How do we look forward to the coming of Christ without falling into extremes like predicting his coming or looking at every current event as a fulfilled prophecy and worrying about how bad things are in the world?

2. It’s popular to say that God’s love is unconditional but all through the Old Testament it seems like God’s love is completely conditional on the obedience of the people which is why God is often so angry in the Old Testament. Am I missing something?

3. What does blasphemy of the Holy Spirit mean or entail? I often hear discussions about how all can be saved. What about blasphemy of the Holy Spirit? What can a person do?

4. In heaven, will we see God the Father face-to-face?

5. Is it possible to be a Christian and addicted to alcohol?

 Resources

The Future of Everything: Essential Truths about the End Times by William Boekestein 

Knowing God by J. I. Packer

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