My name is Tim McConnaughy Jr. Welcome to my TinkerXperience blog. At TinkerXperience I hope to share with you lists and anything in between. We will discuss such things as Dodger baseball, mental Illness, computers, movies like Audacity and 180 all the way to the most important subject of what happens after we die, because you may not have tomorrow.
A little about me:
I have made mime videos and enjoy time with family, traveling, flight sims, computer/website/Linux tinkering, the piano, blogging, biblical discussions, promoting Bible based ministries and movies
Perhaps you can take something enjoyable and noteworthy from this site. (For more detailed description about what I believe, please go here.)
But before I carried away into the mundane, I believe the most important thing in life is to know where we will go after we die. Yep, I said it. I believe the most important thing in life is to know where we will go after we die because let’s face it, once the dust from all the world’s blogs has settled, where each of us will end up is all that REALLY matters in the end. Have you considered it?
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What you need to know in a nutshell—without joining a church or religion.
After you die, where will you go?
Heaven or Hell? or die like a dog (or cat)?
– First, God is holy and perfect and He cannot have sin in His presence.
Ever used God’s name as a cuss word to express disgust?
Hitler and Mohammad are not hated this much.
Lusted? Jesus said lust is the same as adultery of the heart. (Matthew 5:27-28)
Third, we ALL broke God’s perfect standard, His Moral Law (the Ten Commandments) and because of God’s perfection and holiness we deserve judgment in Hell. (remember due to God’s holiness and perfection He cannot have sin in his presence)
Upon honestly answering those questions, it quickly becomes apparent we are all guilty before God of breaking His perfect standard. Therefore, we need a Savior—a way of escape from His judgment of sin.(James 2:10)
Finally, Trying to keep God’s commands or doing good things is not the way but there is a way which only God can provide for escape because He is the Judge.
He sent His Son Jesus Christ—God manifest in the flesh—to die on a cross paying the penalty for our breaking His Law (Sin).(Ro. 5:8)
Jesus rose from the dead after three days defeating sin and death.(1 Cor. 15:3-4)
When you repent from your sin (turn from it as in changing your mind about committing sin) and trust in Jesus Christ alone to save you from the wrath to come (judgment against sin), you will have eternal life!(John 3:36, Titus 3:4-7, Ro 6:23)