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Safe in the Arms of Jesus: God's Provision for the Death of Those Who Cannot Believe
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Safe in the Arms of Jesus: God's Provision for the Death of Those Who Cannot Believe

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Kregel 2000

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Overview

Can I know for sure that my child is in heaven? Are guardian angels real? What will my child be like in heaven? Writing with a father's tenderness and the confident knowledge of a Bible scholar, Robert P. Lightner brings keen insight and gentle comfort to parents who grieve. This book explains God's provision and offers sympathy, solace, and strength for the journey of healing. It goes beyond mere words of consolation to the truth that brings peace to broken hearts. God does not abandon the tiny ones in the womb, and he has a plan for those too young or mentally unable to believe. A place has been made in heaven, safe in the arms of Jesus.

Praise for the Print Edition

…I recommend this book. It is very comforting. Those who believe that only elect babies who die will be with the Lord will likely be unimpressed with the arguments here. However, most everyone else will be.

—Robert N. Wilkin, Editor, Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society

Product Details

  • Title: Safe in the Arms of Jesus: God's Provision for the Death of Those Who Cannot Believe
  • Author: Robert P. Lightner
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 96

About Robert P. Lightner

Robert P. Lightner received his Th. D. and Th. M. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and Th.B. from Baptist Bible Seminary. He is currently Professor of systematic theology Emeritus at Dallas Theological Seminary, a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, and serves on the board of Bible memory Association International. A professor of all the doctrines of Systematic Theology, Dr. Lightner has authored twenty-three books, most of which are about these doctrines. Since the 1950s he has helped struggling churches and ones seeking a pastor by serving as interim pastor thirty-three times at twenty-four churches in Pennsylvania, New York, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Texas. His overseas ministries include work in Venezuela, Peru, Paraguay, and London (Spurgeon’s Tabernacle).