Confirmation Day 4:
The Holy Spirit, The Spirit of God
Day 4, Lesson 4: Death and Resurrection
Temporal, spiritual, and eternal death are the consequences of sin; There will be a resurrection of all people unto eternal life or eternal death
Compare, and contrast temporal, spiritual and eternal death and give examples of each.
Confirmation Exercise Questions
When I heard Him, I was joyful, / And no more of death afraid, / Since I knew my debts were paid. / He forgave ten thousand talents, / He remitted all my sin, / Gave me endless life with Him. (SHZ 315 v.2)
“The gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” (Romans 6:23)
Additional Reference Material
1 Thess. 4:13-17; 1 Cor. 15:12-20; Rom. 6:23
Lessons 3.7, 9.16
ADDITIONAL LESSON POINTS
Everlasting life is fellowship with God, that it begins in faith already in temporal life and that everlasting condemnation is final separation from God.
Those that believe in Christ do not need to fear Christ's second coming, for it is a day of joy and victory for His own.
On the Last Day all will be gathered before God’s judgement seat
By Faith 29, 30;
Crossing the Current: God is Lord Over Life and Death,J. Frantti, Pages 34-37;
LLC Website: God is Lord over Life and Death, J. Bloomquist, Summer Services Ministers and Board Meeting, 2010.