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save people on judgement day

Posted by rjlockhart37 on August 9, 2013, at 20:05:50

i'm writing this in a really bad mood....so forgive me, but i've been seeing all these pictures on facebook of people saying God is love, and using the excuse that he understands all things, yes that is right but his judgement at the end is the main thing i'm concerned about. I'm not trying to be someone whos urging a useless point but this really makes me want to save people from the Judgement day seat, at the end.....of course this is in biblical terms, and you don't have to accept what im saying, but i see all these people....in the world, and i can't just sit there and think at the end of time when we all die, and are in judgement, there is the eternal life, but its good for people to be in it, but for me, get people saved from the bad place

so, i usally would use some things from scritpure but i am so in a bad mood, have no motivation....

.its good for the people who are going to eternal paradise....but for the people that are not, i mean, im encouraging to save them before its too late.....and i know for a fact what scipture says is repent to the Lord, and obey his commandsments and accept him your heart.....thats my view of course

i don't know how im gonna plan this out, but i've been thinking, i want to get people out of going to the bad place after death.....its terrible what goes on there....

ill post on this later...

 

Re: save people on judgement day rjlockhart37

Posted by SLS on August 10, 2013, at 0:28:55

In reply to save people on judgement day, posted by rjlockhart37 on August 9, 2013, at 20:05:50

> i'm writing this in a really bad mood....

I'm sorry that you are in such a bad place. What spiritual resources or beliefs do you have that help you get through difficult times?


- Scott

 

Re: save people on judgement day

Posted by rjlockhart37 on August 10, 2013, at 22:51:21

In reply to Re: save people on judgement day rjlockhart37, posted by SLS on August 10, 2013, at 0:28:55

maybe the bottem line, is the christain scipture to save and help people...

there's alot of stuff i know i could do to improve my life.....but since i was a kid, i was always taught scripture....but, i have to say other people have their diffrences and where taught diffrently.....so, don't want to walk in and say jesus christ is the way, because millions of people have found other ways to get to God....
i can't say totally right now, ill try to give it some time for a better awnser....

but my quick awnser....i can't awnser right now totally, ill have to wait, mind block lol i will post again soon

thanks

r

 

Re: save people on judgement day rjlockhart37

Posted by SLS on August 11, 2013, at 0:54:01

In reply to Re: save people on judgement day, posted by rjlockhart37 on August 10, 2013, at 22:51:21

> maybe the bottem line, is the christain scipture to save and help people...
>
> there's alot of stuff i know i could do to improve my life.....but since i was a kid, i was always taught scripture....but, i have to say other people have their diffrences and where taught diffrently.....so, don't want to walk in and say jesus christ is the way, because millions of people have found other ways to get to God....
> i can't say totally right now, ill try to give it some time for a better awnser....
>
> but my quick awnser....i can't awnser right now totally, ill have to wait, mind block lol i will post again soon
>
> thanks
>
> r

That's okay. No pressure. I was mostly just hoping that you had found a path that works for you. It seems that you have. The most that I can say for myself is that I have found a path to find other paths.


- Scott

 

Re: save people on judgement day rjlockhart37

Posted by Chris O on April 4, 2014, at 1:55:25

In reply to save people on judgement day, posted by rjlockhart37 on August 9, 2013, at 20:05:50

I've gone through many phases of being obsessed with the idea of "hell" and "eternal suffering," especially during the last decade of my mental health woes. I think it (my obsession) is closely related to my anxiety disorder (the obsession is notably worse during the bleakest times). A fine read that makes the Biblical case that "eternal suffering" is not living for eternity in a place of suffering, but being "extinguished" forever is Edward Fudge's "The Fire that Consumes." His point is not to downplay the idea of being blighted out of existence forever at death, but to show that the Bible makes a scriptural case that this is what happens to those who have not found Christ on "judgement day." I can't say the book comforted me, as most books on the Hebraic and Christian scriptures tend to peak my anxiety more. However, Fudge's case is quite compelling.


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