“Few deceptions have undermined the Church’s commitment to rule on Earth as much as the strange notions many Christians have led us to believe about our future in heaven. Heaven, and the saints’ ultimate calling, has been portrayed as anything but what Jesus said it was…. There is nothing funny about a lazy man’s ‘paradise’ concept at all. It is a demonic lie that has paralyzed millions of Christians into believing that work, responsibility, and ruling is an earthly curse which heaven removes”[1]

Almost all professing Christians have been taught that when we die we will be going to heaven BUT is this really the Biblical teaching of our apostolic fathers and the early Church patriarchs? Is this what Jesus taught his disciples and followers? Is this what the Old Testament prophets wrote inspired by the Holy Spirit? Is this what Luke, John and Peter taught and wrote about? We need to reexamine the scriptures in order to find the revealed truth regarding this and other topics that we take for granted as Biblical but upon a close examination we discover NOT to be true. If you are truly seeking to know the truth as it is written, the truth shall make you free as Jesus himself declared in John 8.32.

“What is net effect of this lie? It is two-fold: First, Christians have forsaken the commission to  Reconcile His creation, Destroy the Works of the Devil and Save that which was lost.through working on the Earth. Second, they have made heaven and lazy stupor their ultimate goal instead of maturity and co ruling with Christ (Romans 8.17) How you see your heaven determines how you plan your life. The saints haven’t ruled on earth because they came to believe work was a temporary evil which heaven would remove. Christians’ ultimate destination is not that kind of heaven. It is a renewed heavens and earth. The Earth is the focus of God’s creation. Jesus is coming back to the earth to dwell forever with His bride the Church. Our calling on earth is to rule cities and nations. Our current training is to be the source of our future work.”[2]

And the Lord said, “Who then is the faithful and sensible steward, whom his master will put in charge of his servants, to give them their rations at the proper time? Blessed is that slave whom his master finds so doing when he comes. Truly I say to you, that he will put him in charge of all possessions. Luke 12.42-44


For more details and information see my books Understanding The Kingdom of God (Spanish and Portuguese also) and Kingdom Eschatology, the Glorious future of The Church. (English, Spanish, Portuguese and Korean) Both books available on Amazon Kindle and hard copy.