By Rodney Hutcheon | ISBN 9780645256918
God has always intended to fellowship with mankind. But God being God, can’t allow sin or sinful creatures into heaven with Him. When He created human beings and gave us a free-will, He knew that we would sin. Even before He created us, He established a plan to bring us back into fellowship with Him. His plan centred on Jesus paying the penalty for our sins. This is the death of Christ on the cross.
This book – Salvation Future – is the sequel to my first book – Salvation History. The first book considered the major events that God worked through to achieve our salvation, from creation to Christ being on Earth. This book continues the study from Christ to eternity future.
Salvation Future is not a theological textbook. It is intended to be easy to read and to cover the major points that Christians need to understand. It is designed for ease of use in homegroups and can be studied one chapter at a time.
Jesus Christ has done everything in order for us to get to heaven. We need to believe in who He is and what He has done for us, so that we can join Him forever in heaven. The choice is now in your hands. Don’t miss this opportunity.
About the author
Rodney Hutcheon lives in Central Queensland Australia in a rural community with his wife of 42 years, Desiree. Rodney was a career public servant prior to his retirement. Prior to retiring from the public sector, Rodney was the Executive Director of the Rural Division for the Central Queensland Hospital & Health Service, where he managed 10 rural hospitals along with other primary health care facilities. When he retired from that position, he was the CEO of a State-wide Not-For-Profit Community Service organisation. Rodney spent over 25 years in volunteer positions on management committees and organisational boards providing services to the aged and disabled members of our communities. His philosophy is that Christians should give something back to the communities in which they live.Rodney holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Degree, A Graduate Certificate of Social Administration and a Doctor of Biblical Studies.