We don’t hear much about hell today. And most of what we hear about heaven comes from popular television shows or celebrity-written books. But what does God say? After all, heaven and hell are both based on God’s character. Tony Evans takes a brief but insightful look at what the Bible says about death, hell, and heaven. Forever is too long to miss Christ in hell. But, forever won’t be too long to get to know him better in heaven. Believers’ citizenship is in heaven, our Father’s house, a beautiful place prepared for us to live forever with Jesus. In a city decorated with transparent gold and jewels, we will know perfect knowledge, perfect life, and perfect service. Find out how you can get a taste of heaven right now!
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Clarity. Conscience. Convicting. These three words summarize my experience with Tony Evans. He never fails to speak with clarity to my conscience—convicting of both God’s love and my response.
—Max Lucado, preacher and teacher, Oak Hills Church of Christ
Tony Evans writes like he speaks—with clarity, practicality, and power.
—Ravi Zacharias, president, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries
Tony Evans is senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship Church in Dallas, and president of The Urban Alternative, a ministry devoted to promoting a clear understanding and relevant application of Scripture in order to bring about change in urban communities through the church. He is the author of many books, including The Battle is the Lord’s, Our God is Awesome, Returning to Your First Love, The Promise, Who is This King of Glory?, What Matters Most, and The Best Is Yet to Come.