This is the last section of a three-part series dealing with this topic that has confused and bewildered families who have lost infants to death. I trust you’re enjoying this, and sincerely hope that this series will give you greater clarity on this topic.
Part 3 of the three-part series is below:
Yesterday we saw 16 verses in the OT that address the issue of what happens to little children who die. I hope you saw that the OT lays the groundwork for a category distinction: there are two kind…
Source: What happens to infants who die? The NT answers
This is the second of a three-part series addressing the question of what happens to infants who die. I hope you will be encouraged as I have been in reading Jesse’s thoughts and sharing of Scripture on this important topic.
Part 2 of this three-part series is below:
There is a tendency to think that the Bible is silent about the issue of what happens to infants who die. However, there are at least 26 different passages that address this issue. In all of them, …
Source: What happens to infants who die? The OT answers
I found this post and the following two posts as a trilogy designed to answer an often asked question. As the father of a daughter who died in infancy, I’ve had peace about this matter because of the Scriptures that the Holy Spirit led me to in my search for answers. Still, Jesse Johnson provides a comprehensive discussion on this issue for which answers seem elusive. As Jesse has observed in his discussion, I would encourage you take into consideration the weight of the entirety of the discussion rather than pick on one passage or another.
I believe that you will be encouraged when considering the heart of God through the various passages and accompanying discussion by Jesse.
Jesse’s first article on this topic is below:
My wife and I were camping when we got a phone call that a friend’s infant child was in a hospital nearby, and was not likely to live. We came out of the mountains and rushed to the hospital, where…
Source: What happens to infants who die? The need for an answer
Today, the first day of 2019, I was led to this blog entry written by Jordan Standridge, by a Tweet from J. Warner Wallace. It carries the truth of Scripture in a way that I felt compelled to share with my family and readers on a common question. Also in the next three posts, I will be reblogging on a similar question regarding infants and children.
I hope and pray that you’ll find these articles helpful and informative.
Jordan’s comments and link:
In the last couple years, some of my longer Gospel conversations ended up with this question at one point or another. I’m not sure why, but it seemed to come up very often, especially when talking …
Source: Where Do People Who Never Hear of Jesus Go When They Die?