Each day is on sale for anyone who will purchase it. If we do not purchase it, we lose it—forever.
If your life is not deep in Christ alone, death will be a terrible thing.
John Piper commemorates the life of an elder at Bethlehem who went to be with Jesus.
Let every loss and every delight send your hearts homing after heaven.
Sometimes God takes a sinning saint because he loves him too much to let him go on in sin.
John Piper thanks God for the lives of two saints and asks how it is that their deaths are "precious in the sight of the Lord."
Will the pain of losing all that you have on earth fade at the prospect of seeing and being with Christ?
Let us learn how to help each other die. It will not be easy, but, by grace, we will help each other say in our final pain, "To die is gain."
Death is our last opportunity on earth to make much of the supreme value of knowing Jesus Christ.
Death ushers us directly into either heaven or hell, so let us look to Christ for salvation.
Why we believe that God saves them all.
John Piper’s journal entry narrating his father’s death on Tuesday, March 6, 2007.
John Piper shares seven ways that he has felt the loss of his granddaughter, Felicity Margaret Piper.
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