"Where, O death, is your sting?" (1 Corinthians 15:54-56). Death's horrific sting is a result of sin. Death only loses its sting when death is no longer a punishment, but rather a transition. Believers no longer need to feel the sting of death, since Jesus has achieved everlasting life for believers.
This article discusses the doctrine of the resurrection of the dead. There will be a twofold resurrection at the end of time. The article reflects on the current whereabouts of believers and unbelievers who have died. It explains the meaning of Sheol and Gehenna. Lastly, it discourages the practice of cremation.
This article is on the topic of the resurrection of the body. Scripture speaks about resurrection frequently throughout the Bible. This article focuses on the resurrection of Jesus in the New Testament, and ends with a discussion on the resurrection of the Christian – what is it, and why is it important to the Christian life.