What a sobering topic death & dying is, and yet for all of us it is something that we must think about, and the sooner the better. As Jeremiah 5:31 says, “What will you do when the end comes?” Too many don’t ask that question until the end has come and they find it too late.
We trust the following resources will be a great encouragement for the Christian who is in the midst of a terminal sickness and dying. We also hope that if you’re not a Christian and are asking questions about death, that you will find the great comfort, like the thief on the Cross did in his last hour, that there is life in Jesus Christ alone. That you can have the sting of death removed, and no longer fear death, because of Christ shedding His blood for sinners.
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Saved from Spiritual Cancer, Content with Physical Cancer
Ayla has cancer and was recently saved by the Grace of God. She went through struggles with homosexuality/bisexuality, and ultimately with her selfish desires until the Lord broke her of self and led her to Christ alone.
To Die in Christ is Gain
Tim Conway interviews Bob Jennings who is fighting against pancreatic cancer. Bob talks about living for eternity and truly living for Christ and being ready to die in Christ and not in your sins.
Going The Way of All the Earth
Bob Jennings preaches a message on Joshua Chapter 23 at the Bentley Grace Bible Camp. This is a powerful sermon from a brother who is dying of pancreatic cancer.
How Is It That God Desires To Be With Us!?
Father, I desire that they also, whom you have given me, may be with me where I am, to see my glory that you have given me because you loved me before the foundation of the world. John 17:24
To Die in Christ Was Gain for Michael
Michael Clarke died of cancer on January 14, 2012, just over a year after truly being saved by the Grace of God. These are some short clips from his wedding that was over a month ago, and the testimony that he gave at Grace Fellowship Manchester a year ago.
Absent From the Body, Present With the Lord
Yes, we are of good courage, and we would rather be away from the body and at home with the Lord. So whether we are at home or away, we make it our aim to please him. - 2 Corinthians 5:8-9
All These Died In Faith, Confessing
This is a sobering message that Bob gave to his church this past Sunday. Please keep praying for Bob, the cancer, which he has known about for two years, is getting worst.
At Home With the Lord
At last years conference Tim exhorted the brethren that some of us may not be there next year. During the very next year Bob Jennings at 63, and Ayla Petteruti at 23, went to be at home with the Lord.
Thoughts That Have Helped Me Upon Cancer and Death
Christ is all anyone can have. We have nothing apart from Christ and the work He did on the cross imputed to us. All else is stripped away at death.