Judgment; Redemption; and the First Resurrection
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Christ taught that there will be two resurrections, one for the just and one for the unjust.
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But what constitutes the resurrection of the just? When did it begin? How long will it last? The Lord revealed much about the order of the two resurrections in Doctrine and Covenants — Refer to Chalkboard 1 as you discuss this summary. Their graves shall be opened and they shall be caught up to meet the Lord at his Second Coming. Those coming forth at that time do so with terrestrial bodies and are thus destined to inherit a terrestrial glory in eternity.
Times of Resurrection
Is there a difference in the quality of bodies received in the resurrection? Will those resurrected to a celestial glory receive a more glorified body than those resurrected to terrestrial or telestial glories? Can we take anything we accumulate in this mortal life to our resurrected state?
Can we take any money or material possessions? Will our lands and gold be of any value to us in the resurrection?
The Resurrection of the Wicked
Read Doctrine and Covenants —19 ; what things should we emphasize acquiring in this life that will be of value in the resurrection? Write on the chalkboard the word judgment. Ask the students to list several judgments that occur in our lives as we move toward the final judgment. The list might include crises, or turning points, when we are called upon to make significant decisions or choices; grades on our academic work; and interviews with priesthood leaders for baptism, priesthood advancement, temple recommends, missions, and temple marriage. Alma —44 pertains to the last great judgment, which will occur after our resurrection.
What will be in our memory as we stand before the judgment bar? A bright recollection of all our guilt. What a motivation for us to labor to repent all the days of our lives, so that we can stand guiltless at the judgment bar! According to Alma , who will be the Great Judge at the last judgment?
Help the students understand that the Father has committed the keys of judgment to the Son.
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Yet this is not the usual meaning of the words, and there is no reason to think that they have that meaning when applied to the future punishment of the wicked. Moreover, other terms are used, which point to endless punishment, Mark , 48; Luke The final state of the righteous The final state of believers will be preceded by the passing of the present world and the establishment of a new creation. This will not be an entirely new creation, but rather a renewal of the present creation, Ps.
Heaven will be the eternal abode of believers.
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Some think of heaven merely as a condition, but the Bible clearly represents it as a place, John ; Matt. The righteous will not only inherit heaven, but the entire new creation, Matt.
The reward of the righteous is described as eternal life, that is, not merely endless life, but life in all its fulness, without any of the imperfections and disturbances of the present. This fullness of life is enjoyed in communion with God, which is really the essence of eternal life, Rev. While all will enjoy perfect bliss, there will be degrees also in the enjoyments of heaven, Dan. John , Acts I Cor. But each in his own order: Christ the first fruits; then they that are Christ's at His coming.
I Thess. John II Cor.
Basic Doctrines: The First Resurrection
A resurrection at the last day or at the coming of Christ: I Cor. For Further Study: a. How does Jesus argue the resurrection in Matt. Does Paul in II Thess. Does I Cor. Will our bodies share in the reward or punishment of our souls? Our bodies will share in the reward or punishment of our souls, because through the resurrection they will again be united to them.
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When will the general resurrection or rising of all the dead take place? The general resurrection or rising of all the dead will take place at the general judgment, when the same bodies in which we lived on earth will come forth from the grave and be united to our souls and remain united with them forever either in heaven or in hell. In what state will the bodies of the just rise? The bodies of the damned will also rise, but they will be condemned to eternal punishment. Why do we show respect for the bodies of the dead? We show respect for the bodies of the dead because they were the dwelling-place of the soul, the medium through which it received the Sacraments, and because they were created to occupy a place in heaven.
Heaven is the state of everlasting life in which we see God face to face, are made like unto Him in glory, and enjoy eternal happiness. The happiness in heaven consists in seeing the beauty of God, in knowing Him as He is, and in having every desire fully satisfied. Paul says of heaven, "That eye hath not seen.
Are the rewards in heaven and the punishments in hell the same for all who enter into either of these states? The rewards of heaven and the punishments in hell are not the same for all who enter into either of these states, because each one's reward or punishment is in proportion to the amount of good or evil he has done in this world.
But as heaven and hell are everlasting, each one will enjoy his reward or suffer his punishment forever. We should bear always in mind these words of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: "What doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his own soul, or what exchange shall a man give for his soul?
For the Son of man shall come in the glory of His Father with His angels; and then will He render to every man according to his works. Name some of the more essential religious truths we must know and believe.