All the articles provided here are to support the truths in the Bible. Content is not sourced from outside scripture.

How We Shall Be Changed 

By: Keith W. Stump

WHY DOES man exist, and what is death? Questions that only one source can truly provide the answers to, God’s Word found in the Bible.


Immortal Soul

Where and how did the origin of the immortal soul originate, and is there any evidence of this in the Bible?



A study of the biblical realities of death and the destiny of God’s people


Death, Then the Resurrection.

An essay on death, resurrection, and what the Bible states about dying and our state of existence until Jesus returns.


God's Plan of Salvation

A visual chart that describes the importance of Jesus’ past and current ministry and the interdependence on each other.


Where Did The Idea Of An Immortal Soul Come From

Do we really die and go to heaven, and what proof of this can be found in the Bible?


Biblical Figures of Speech

This document provides explanations to the figures of speech used throughout the Bible which will help aid in a better understanding of the text.


Manners & Customs

Learn about the manners and customs of the Biblical countries to gain a clearer and more complete understanding of The Bible.


The Soul is not Immortal

Discover what the majority of standard scholarly sources today describe as the state of the dead. 


The Lord's Death

The cumulative physical suffering and pain Jesus endures throughout this execution is some of the worst imaginable in human existence. This document provides further detail of His suffering.


Wise references from Scripture

A collection of verses in the book of Job and in the New Testament writings that show the attributes of being wise


Wisdom Reference

A summary of the verses in the books of Job, Proverbs and within the New Testament that teach us about the importance of wisdom and how to find it. 


Overview of the Book of James

A chart that helps to provide the key points James was focusing on in his letter to the twelve tribes scattered among the nations.


Overview Chart of The Ages

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A study of the biblical realities of death and the destiny of God’s people


The LORD'S Three Oaths

A chart that helps to describe the three oaths that God made to the Lord, Abraham, and David.


To Hell and Back 

By Keith W. Stump, Herbert W. Armstrong and Roderick C. Mere

Clarification note:

Satan is cast into the abyss for 1000 years (compare Rev. 20:3 and 7). It is from this period of time that the phrase “millennial kingdom” mistakenly arose. It is improper to speak of Christ’s kingdom lasting only for a thousand years, for His rule extends into the ages(Dan 7:14; Lk. 1:33; Heb. 1:8; Rev. 11:15), after which time He delivers the kingdom to the Father, “so that God may be all in all” (1 Cor. 15:24-28). After the 1000 years, Satan is released “for a short time” (concurrent with Christ’s continuing reign) during which he deceives the nations again (Rev. 20:7), commencing the Great Tribulation (Bowls of Wrath; Rev. 16:1–18:24). Subsequently, Christ casts Satan into the Lake of Fire where he and the “beast” and “false prophet” are tormented “into the ages” (Rev. 19:20; 20:10). W Ramey. (c) June 3, 2009

Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts

A guide to help better understand the ancient manuscripts from which the Bible was complied and translated.

I am not there - A Poem By Mary Elizabeth Frye

Do not stand at my grave and weep,
I am not there; I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow,
I am the diamond glints on snow,
I am the sunlight on ripened grain,
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning’s hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry,
I am not there; I did not die

Corrected version: (in line with the truth of scripture)

You can stand at my grave if you wish to weep,
I am not there, I am completely asleep,
I am not a thousand winds that blow,
I am not the diamond glints on snow,
For if I was I would not know,
I am not the sun on ripened grain,
I am not the gentle autumn rain
I am not the swift uplifting flight,
Of quiet birds encircling tight,
I am not the soft star shining bright,
For I cannot be seen day or night,
I am a thousand particles of dust,
In a coffin of rotting wood and rust,
I am asleep in slumber deep,
Awaiting the Lord my reward to reap,
I am in a senseless state,
Awaiting the trumpet to herald my fate,
No praise can silenced lips unfold,
Until the day His gaze I hold,
So when awakened in the morning’s hush,
To my graveside do not rush
Do not stand at my tomb and cry,
I am not there, I surely did die.