Human Destiny


These programs are dedicated to students of God’s Word. I am a student. I don’t have all the answers, that’s why I study. I am a believer in God and His Son Jesus Christ my Lord. I love all people. I don’t belong to any denomination. Let’s search and see together.

Audio Studies on Human Destiny

01 The First Great Lie
02 The Soul and Immortality
03 The Soul in Genesis

Written Articles: The State Of The Dead

What Is Death?
Was Adam Dissected Like a Lab Rat When He Ate The Forbidden Fruit?
Does Genesis 2:17 Teach “A Process of Dying?”
Man’s Search for Immortality

7 Responses to Human Destiny

  1. Karl says:

    Hi Dan your teachings are a blessing , you mentioned that you could forward some links to the teachings of the lake of fire , that would be great Thanks Karl

  2. Tom says:

    Hi Dan. I’ve heard you do some shows with Martin, and I respect your opinion. I study the Concordant Version, and I agree with the Concordant teachings. I’d like to know what you have to say about 1 Thessalonians 4:17. The reason I ask is because I’d like to hear what you think is the best explanation to give church folks who don’t believe in the snatching away of the “body of Christ” to heaven or believe that we will accompany Christ back to earth either after meeting him in the air or after the tribulation. I think we have a celestial destiny while the Jews are promised an earthly kingdom ruled by Christ when he returns. So what do you think is the best explanation when some folks say that 1 Thessalonians 4:17 says we won’t be in heaven while Christ returns to earth because we will “always be together with the Lord?” Do you think what is being said in 1 Thessalonians 4:17 is not that we will always be together with the Lord like when he returns to rule Israel, but what we are changed to is how we will always be together with the Lord when we are together with him? I realize we will always be together with the Lord in spirit. The reason I’m bringing all this up is that I made the mistake of joining to check it out. I could only take it for two weeks until I deleted my account. I was of course accused of heresy which I figured would happen, but those folks were all arguing with each other continuously about Covenant Theology vs. Dispensationalism. And they all were giving the Pentecostals and Catholics a hard time. I only found a couple of people that believed in universal reconciliation. I communicated with a lady who said she trained in a Baptist seminary and learned Greek. She tried to convince me, since the Greek “apantesin” for “meeting” described an ancient custom of folks going outside a town to welcome dignitaries to escort them back in, that we would escort Christ back to earth. I tried to convince her that “aionion” does not mean “eternal.” Despite the fact that she was the only one I met on that site that I really had a rational discussion with, we eventually just agreed to disagree. I told her I wasn’t going to debate Greek with her because the extent of my Greek knowledge is limited to a few words, but it doesn’t make sense to me that an adjective of eon would mean eternal. Anyway, our discussion about 1 Thessalonians 4:17 got me thinking about the best way to explain it to somebody like her. So what do you have to say about it? God bless you, brother.

    “Thereupon we, the living who are surviving, shall at the same time be snatched away together with them in clouds, to meet the Lord in the air. And thus shall we always be together with the Lord.” (1 Thessalonians 4:17)

    “It is sown a soulish body; it is roused a spiritual body.” (1 Corinthians 15:44)

    “Such as the soilish one is, such are those also who are soilish, and such as the Celestial One, such are those also who are celestials. And according as we wear the image of the soilish, we should be wearing the image also of the Celestial.” (1 Corinthians 15:48,49)

    “yet God, being rich in mercy, because of His vast love with which He loves us (we also being dead to the offenses and the lusts), vivifies us together in Christ (in grace are you saved!) and rouses us together and seats us together among the celestials, in Christ Jesus” (Ephesians 2:4-6)

  3. Allen Fairbairn says:


    Don’t give up, brother. Easy to say, I know. I have been struggling with money problems for years caused, at least in part, because of what now seems to have been a very naive attempt at a “Christian” approach to business. My wife is ill; she now has to work. My son has Down’s Syndrome and cannot work. I am getting on a bit and am limited in what I can do to work, yet we now have to run just to stand still . . . . I could go on. Rather than send money to you, which I’d love to do, to support your ministry, I’m trying to pay off credit cards with a 50% interest rate. Doesn’t make much sense to me but (fortunately) I ain’t God.

    Virtually all of the folk who were “forced” to leave our local church nearly 20 years ago are either ill or suffering in some way. This also used to puzzle me a bit. Not any more.

    Your loving Christian community is just a proximate cause. You know as well as I do who is behind it all. So. at least direct your ire in the right direction; He’s big enough to take it.

    But, really, don’t you think these things are to be expected more and more now? If the tribulation is not that far off, aren’t things going to get tougher especially for those now destined for celestial places? OK we get snatched away before the real stuff hits the fan but isn’t our faith going to be tested just a little bit before that?

    Your ministry reaches a lot of spiritual lonely folk. We need you; our God has real purpose in all He does with and for each one of us; you have no idea of the good you may be doing – God alone knows. But then you know all this anyway, it’s just necessary to curse the day you were born every now and then . .

    My Dad, who is 96 now and steadily losing the plot, always said to me “Keep ahad bonny lad” That’s Newcastle UK (Geordie) language for “Keep Going”, otherwise known as the 11th Commandment “You shalt bash on” . I think Paul muttered something about running the race set before him, didn’t he? Was that one of his prison letters?

    regards and very best wishes,

    Allen Fairbairn,
    Folkestone, Kent (UK)

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  5. Brad Truitt says:

    Dan, Where have I been all my life? For over 55 years I taught and preached the immortality of the soul and the fires of an eternal hell. Now nearly 80, I have come to see, through the enlightenment of Father’s spirit, these precious truths as presented by men like yourself. Praise God!

  6. Lewis says:

    Is Jesus omnipresent?

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