Hope of the Resurrection

Hope of the Resurrection

If you visit the very oldest of cemeteries, you might be surprised by what your great grandparents believed. Because etched into their tombstones are epitaphs and sentiments that tell us of their faith. They anticipated being reunited again!

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The resurrection of all people isn’t a new idea. It’s a forgotten truth. We cannot ignore this kind of promise. Either you die, and remain as dust forever, or you awaken, sometime in the future, to literally live again and finally see God.

This book is all about the future – a future we surely want to know about. Travelling back in time, we examine crucial eye-witness accounts of people who came back from the dead. Found consistently throughout the scriptures, references to the resurrection are in our creeds and also gilded in our grandparents' epitaphs. Far from being ethereal, the hope of the resurrection is profoundly comforting for those of us who have experienced the death of a loved one.

Film producer and elder, John T Klassek is married to Rebecca and they have six children and five grandchildren. Living in rural Western Australia, John wrote this book based on the resurrection themes that, appearing in several of his short gospel films, are found throughout the Bible.

With warm and hope-filled words directly from Jesus, may the Hope of the Resurrection lift and inspire you to believe and experience the best news we could ever hear!

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Author John Klassek with copy of "Hope of the Resurrection" pictured during onsite filming at the Old Ballarat Cemetery in Victoria, Australia, where some 35,000 pioneers lie asleep in their graves, awaiting their day of resurrection!


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