Monday, April 20, 2015

Where will people go, heaven or hell?

During another discussion with my Small Group, there came a major question where your help is needed.

If people sin and have not repented, and then they die – where would they spend eternity?  Will we see any of these people when we die and leave this earth?

In view of the inhabitants of Sodom & Gomorrah trying to have sex with two angels (Gen 19); the people who made and celebrated the golden calf when Moses went up Mt. Sainai (Ex. 32) to get the ten commandments.  Try to consider the people of Noah’s time who were wicked (Gen. 6:11-13) when God decided to destroy the earth; then there was Ananias & Sapphira who tried to cheat & lie to Peter about some monies they didn’t report (Acts 5:1-6).  There were the soldiers who killed Jesus (Mat. 27:26, 35), Adolf Hitler who ordered many Jewish people to be killed.  Do you recall some preachers who have destroyed innocent lives through sexual sins? 

Please explain your answer.

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Janet Walker said...

Look at God, this is what we discussed last night!

Tuesday, April 21, 2015
In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

The God Who Forgives

Matthew 6:9-13

Jesus Christ gave His followers a pattern for prayer that includes seeking forgiveness daily. The invitation to regular repentance is not a means of renewing our salvation, but rather a maintenance plan for our fellowship with the Lord. When we trust Jesus as our Savior, our sins are forgiven forever. The stains from our past, present, and future wrongs are wiped from our record; however, we're a fallen people so we do continue to commit sin.

With the exception of Jesus Christ, no person is perfect. Sin is simply a fact of human life. The Lord's payment for our transgressions means that we can look forward to an eternity spent in God's presence instead of getting the punishment we deserve. On this side of heaven, though, we still have to contend with our tendency to do wrong--and we must also deal with the consequences. The Lord's admonition to seek daily forgiveness is a reminder to confess our sins and turn away from them because we are forgiven.

God's grace is not a license to sin; instead, it's a reason to pursue righteousness. Bad attitudes, thoughtless actions, and unkind speech do not fit who we are as children of light. We're new creatures in Christ, bought for a price and set free to live as partakers of His grace.

Salvation makes a way for us to enter God's presence, while regular confession and repentance keep the pathway well maintained and free of obstruction (1 John 1:9). The so-called "sinner's prayer" need be said only once, but a saint will tap into God's forgiveness every day of his or her life.

Van said...

Interesting information

Victoria Thomas Poller said...

In the scripture of I John 1:9 there is a "condition" and that is the word "IF". (1 John 1:9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.) IF or WHEN, then God will do what He promised.

Victoria Thomas Poller said...

All of us should desire the Blessings found in Deuteronomy 28, nonetheless, there are consequences for sin found in the same book. God doesn't lie (Num.23:19). As Christians, we are to spread the "Good News", yet we can't cover up the truth. We're not God, and He has the final say.

Janet Walker said...

Amen Mrs. V !