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Again, a partial truth. Of course we believe that if we die at any moment after accepting Jesus, we will have everlasting life in heaven. But do you also see the use of the word "alleged" to describe the valid salvation experience of the thief on the cross?
Jesus told the man, "today you will be with me in paradise." He did not say, "today you will be in hell." People who accept Christ are guaranteed everlasting life.
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Testimony, Tabernacle of - the tabernacle, the great glory of which was that it contained "the testimony", i.e., the "two tables" (Ex.38:21). The ark in which these tables were deposited was called the "ark of the testimony" (40:3), and also simply the "testimony" (27:21; 30:6).
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