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If You Were to Die Today, Are You 100% Sure You'd Go to Heaven, or Would You Have a Doubt?

Many times, people rely on being a good person, doing “good deeds,” they do, or attending a certain church to get to Heaven. 

The Bible is clear. Take a few minutes to see from the Bible how you can know 100% that you are on your way to Heaven.

Trivia Answers

He desired letters to be sent to the synagogues in Damascus that would allow him to bring disciples of the Lord bound unto Jerusalem.

A light from Heaven shined round about him and he heard the voice of the Lord.

Yes. He asked, “Who art thou, Lord?” and “Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?”

He had heard of the evil Saul had done to the saints at Jerusalem and knew Saul had authority from the chief priests to bind Christians in Damascus.

He said Saul was a chosen vessel unto Him to bear His name before the Gentiles, kings, and the children of Israel.

They were amazed but thought he was trying to trick them to bring them bound to the chief priests. The Jews even took counsel to kill him.

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