If you die from the Coronavirus, and you are standing before God and He asks you, ”Why should I let you into My heaven”, what would your answer be!
You might say to me, ”I don’t believe in God”. That isn’t going to change the fact that you will stand before Him, and I wonder if you will say the same thing then.
I had a person say to me once, ”The Christian God you worship is one of many, and he is my least favorite”. Someday that person will not be standing before the one, true God belligerent and shaking his fist, he will be on his knees recognizing how wrong he was.
We will all die one of these days, and then if the Bible is true it will be too late to do anything or to believe anything different then what we have brought with us at that point.
Most of the people that I have talked to who say such things have arrived at that point in their thinking, not on the basis of serious research, study, and thinking but from reacting to people, and experiences in life that were hurtful. It seems that an eternal destiny of either heaven or hell would merit more truth-seeking than most do.
I know a Dad who offered his son a large sum of money if he would read the book, ”The Case for Christ”, and the son angrily refused. I thought, ”Why would someone refuse to expose themselves to something that could very possibly be true”, but many people in this world do just that.
In the Bible God says, ”If you seek Me, you will find Me”. That is a promise that God makes to any person who would start on a journey seriously seeking the truth.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know for sure that when we die we will get a wonderful new body, that there will be no more sorrow or pain, and that our life from that point on will be full of joy forever? I know that for sure because I know the answer to that ultimate question that God will ask me on that day when I see Him face to face.