Where did Christ ascend to heaven?
Only Luke's Gospel and Acts of the Apostles tell us about Jesus ascending to heaven.
In Luke's Gospel, Jesus ascended bodily to heaven near Bethany, on the evening of his resurrection (Luke 24:50-51).
In Acts of the Apostles, by the same author but written some time later, Jesus told the disciples not to leave Jerusalem, so presumably they were actually in Jerusalem when they were assembled together in Jesus' presence and saw him taken bodily up into heaven forty days after his resurrection (Acts 1:4,9).
It is believed that Jesus Christ ascended to Heaven at the Mount of Olives. Read More
No, Mary did not ascend into Heaven, she did not have the power to do that. She was assumed into Heaven - taken into Heaven by Our Lord. Read More
It literally means "To rise up" example: Christ ascended into heaven. You may be able ascend above your short comings. You might ascend in an airplane, then, of course, descend to land! Read More
A: Only one New Testament author says that Christ ascended bodily to heaven. Luke's Gospel says that Jesus was seen by the disciples to ascend to heaven on the evening of the same day as his resurrection from the grave (Luke 24:51). Acts of the Apostles, written by the same author but some time later, says that Jesus remained on earth for forty days after his resurrection from the grave and was then seen by… Read More
Jesus ascended to Heaven from the Mount of Olives Read More
No, to ascend means to rise under one's own power. Mary was taken, or assumed into heaven by the power of God, not by her own power. Only Jesus ascended into heaven. No, she was assumed into heaven. Read More
The Blessed Virgin Mary did not Ascend into Heaven as Our Lord did, but she was Assumed by the will of Christ. This happened because The Blessed Virgin Mary was the Mother of God, and as such, was given the honor of being the prime mortal example for all of humanity as she was born without sin (called the Immaculate Conception) and was Assumed into Heaven body and soul as we all will be at… Read More
It took me 2 minutes to ascend the 10 flights of stairs. "Oh, for a muse of fire that would ascend the brightest heaven of invention." Read More
i say Jesus died as man because god sent Jesus down to spread the word as a human body. i am guessing that he died as a man. but he did ascend into heaven. Read More
It is in the book of Acts. Read More
Mary did not ascend into heaven, she was assumed (taken) into heaven. It is celebrated on August 15, the feast of the Assumption. Read More
From what mountain did Jesus descend into Heaven? Read More
Jesus was crucified, buried, resserected, and ascended into Heaven. This happened about 2,000 years ago. Read More
Only the author of Luke's Gospel and Acts of the Apostles seems to have considered the notion of Jesus ascending bodily to heaven. On his evidence, the disciples saw Jesus ascend to heaven. But a discrepancy in his two descriptions, along with the fact that none of the other evangelists knew about this amazing event, could mean that no one really saw Jesus ascend. In Luke, the disciples saw Jesus ascend bodily to heaven near… Read More
By believing in the Jesus Christ of the Gospel. That He was God come to earth in the flesh, born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died on the cross for your sins, died, and rose from the dead on the third day to ascend to heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father. If you receive this Jesus Christ as your saviour and Lord, your sins -past, present, future, are forgiven… Read More
At the time of her death, or shortly thereafter, Mary's body was taken into heaven and reunited with her soul. She was 'assumed' (taken up by God) and did not ascend under her own power as did Christ. The Assumption is celebrated on August 15. Read More
Absolutely nothing, unless you can raise the dead or ascend into heaven, Read More
3 days. so on easter day he ascended into heaven, thats why we celeabrate easter. Read More
Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) ascended to Heaven in year 632 AD. He was born in year 571 AD. Read More
This refers to a myth that when a Muslim martyr dies, he promised 72 virgins. The Quran does not promise martyrs 72 virgins in heaven. It does mention companions, houri, to all people—martyr or not—in heaven, but no number is specified. The source for the 72 virgins is a hadith (a saying that's not part of the Qur'an) in Sunan al-Tirmidhi by Imam Tirmidhi. Read More
Christian Heaven is accessible for humans because Christ died for our sins. Christ did not die for cats. Read More
Christ is currently in Heaven. On Judgement Day, however, He will return to earth. So no, Christ Jesus did not leave heaven: not yet anyways. Read More
It is the area (spot) where Mohammad was supposed to ascend into heaven to meet with God. Read More
It says that when Christ comes the second time the dead in christ will then rise. And till then no one will go to heaven until the day of judgement. Read More
Jerusalem He died in Medina. He had a dream where he toured heaven. His departure point in that dream or vision was Jerusalem. Muslims should have no connection with Jerusalem. Read More
Yes, Christ opened the gates of heaven to ALL people. Read More
Did Jesus took with him firstfruits to heaven or is Jesus the only one to ascend to heaven after his resurrection?
uh i can tell you jesus is not the only one that went to heaven after he came back from the dead. but if that doesn't help why don't you try rewording it Read More
yes their is and if you except him you will have eternal life in heaven Read More
actually heaven is the value you will get for accepting the scrifice of Christ in the cross. Read More
Jesus Christ has son and daughters. He is our father, who is in heaven. Read More
The son of God you came to die for our sins that we will be able to live in heaven when we pass over...of chourse you have to accept Christ first to get into heaven.... Read More
First he'll to fight the devel then back to earth. Then heaven Read More
Jesus Christ ascended to heaven from Jerusalem after he came back from the dead. Read More
Does Scripture speak of anyone other than Jesus dying and ascending into the 3rd heaven or spiritual realm of God other than in vision?
Yes. Enoch, Elijah, and all those who die an go to heaven would be those that ascend into the third heaven. Read More
Anyone can go to Heaven, all they have to do is receive Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Read More
Many believe that can't go to heaven, without having a relationship with Christ. Read More
No, heaven will not be on earth. After the coming of Christ the sun will dissolve and the demon Wormwood will consume the earth. Read More
* I will ascend to heaven. * I will raise my throne above the stars of God. * I will sit on the mount of assembly in the recesses of the north. * I will ascend above the heights of the clouds. * I will make myself like the Most High. (Isaiah 14:13-14) Read More
all people who accept Christ as their personal savior and repent of their sins. Answer: There is no such promise in the Bible. Nowhere in the Bible does it say: "Go to heaven." Or, "Go to hell," for that matter. Jesus Christ says: "And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but He that came down from heaven, even the Son of Man which is in heaven." (John 3:13) You have to go to the… Read More
No, all you have to do to go to Heaven is receive Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. T Read More
There is only one way to get to heaven....... YOU HAVE TO TRUST IN THE LORD JESUS CHRIST. Read More
You have to believe that he is real, and ask Him to be your saviour. Then when you leave earth you WILL go to heaven and see Christ. Read More
Only the author of Luke's Gospel and Acts of the Apostles seems to have considered the notion of Jesus ascending bodily to heaven. In Luke, the disciples saw Jesus ascend bodily to heaven near Bethany, on the evening of his resurrection. Although written by the same author, Acts says the disciples saw Jesus ascend bodily to heaven forty days after his resurrection, instead of the evening of the day of his resurrection. Since he had… Read More