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Why Are You Not Going To Hell

Why are you not going to hell?

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Well, we ALL deserve HELL, the Bible tells me so! If you think you don't you might be one of the first to find out.
---catherine on 4/30/10

By grace through faith I accepted Jesus as my Savior from my heart and confessed Him as my Lord and Savior. He paid my sin debt in full. He imputed His righteousness to me. He redeemed me. He sanctified me. He presented me holy and blameless to the Father. He went to prepare me a place. My name was entered into the Lamb's book of life. I received the Holy Spirit, the seed of God as evidence of my new creation. The seed which is without sin and cannot sin. I am one of God's children and I was forgiven of all my sins and cleansed of all unrighteousness once and forever. Nothing can separate me from the love of God and He will never leave me nor forsake me, etc. etc. etc...
---Bob on 4/29/10

Congratulations ---miche3754

This verse does not apply to you. Genesis 6:5," And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually."
---mima on 4/29/10

That is right mima.
WHY? Because Christ lives in me now and I die to myself daily.

I forgive you for your sarcasm. I know Christ makes me righteous and clean, do you?
---miche3754 on 4/29/10

Congratulations ---miche3754

This verse does not apply to you. Genesis 6:5," And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually."
---mima on 4/29/10

The christian life is a daily walk, even a minute to minute walk. We CAN live above sin, we CAN choose not to sin, as our current knowledge knows sin. But our current knowledge of sin should be ever growing. As we get more and more mature in our faith, we will realize the things we did as immature believers may not have been the best we could have done and perhaps we did sin here and there by sins of omission.
---Mark_Eaton on 4/29/10

Mark Eaton!!
Brother, I praise God he lets you always speak the truth!

May God bless you and keep you this day for you upholding HIS word and HIS truth!
---miche3754 on 4/29/10

I have not committed a sin today.
remember that its a DAILY walk with God, so...
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

This is the TRUTH that we neglect to see with these endless theoretical debates that prove nothing to no one.

The christian life is a daily walk, even a minute to minute walk. We CAN live above sin, we CAN choose not to sin, as our current knowledge knows sin. But our current knowledge of sin should be ever growing. As we get more and more mature in our faith, we will realize the things we did as immature believers may not have been the best we could have done and perhaps we did sin here and there by sins of omission.
---Mark_Eaton on 4/29/10

Yes, Markv,

YES, I hold every thought captive to Christ(obedient to God). DO YOU SUBMIT TO CHRIST 100%?

I'm allowing Christ to perfect me RIGHT NOW!
Are you?

You haven't answered ANY of my questions.

BEFORE I came to Christ I had sin (if I said I didn't I'd be a liar). Now, IN CHRIST I'M without sin, spot or blemish. He(CHRIST) keeps me that way. Just like the Bible says he does for those who submit.You sir, have NO understanding of what Christ has done for you. You are immature in the HS or you would KNOW this. You think you are still a sinner when IN CHRIST, YOU ARE A SAINT! CHRIST MAKES YOU PERFECT! AND IS PERFECTING YOU RIGHT NOW!
---miche3754 on 4/29/10

Nana, so are you saying that you are holy like God? That you too are without sin? He is without sin and holy always, are you? I don't think so.
The passages suggest that we are to strive to be holy but at no time does it say we become holy. Especially someone who follows Catholic doctrine. Getting washed by baptism only cleans your skin, but inside, the heart, it is still corrupt. Under Grace, God has to put in you a new heart, otherwise you are like the Pharisees, clean on the outside and no change in the inside.
When God says, be holy, He cannot ask you to be unholy. He cannot ask any less that holiness for He is God. Would He say, be unholy if you want? not a chance.
---MarkV. on 4/29/10

Miche, you avoided the question again. Are you sinless? Have you been perfected already? Are you without sin? Have you arrived? Are you saying that evil thoughts do not come to your mind, and when they do, you repent of all of them? That you have never forgotten a single one? Are you saying that there was not a time when you could have helped someone and didn't? Are you saying that you have removed your sinful nature?
Do you know when you became a sinner? We are sinners in Adam Romans 5:12-19. We all sin because we are sinners by nature.
"If we say we have not sinned, we make Him a liar" 1 John 1:10. We are imputed the righteousness of Christ, but we are still sinners in this life.
---MarkV. on 4/29/10

To answer your question (thanx for mediating), We are perfected in/by/through Christ.

This is done by submitting our members to HIS(Christ's) will. Christ say through Paul that IF we do this daily, we will not sin.

Christ says that IF we are born of HIM, we do not sin.
Christ says when temptations come(and they will) HE gives us a way out so we will not sin.
Christ says that IF we do sin, HE is our advocate to the father and HE is swift to forgive us IF we repent of it.
It can't be any simpler than that.
We don't have to sin if we don't want to.
In my next blog I will give you the scripture for it.
---miche3754 on 4/29/10

Is Peter and James teaching each a different Gospel? No, 1 Peter 1:15-16: "But as he which hath called you is holy, so be ye holy in all manner of conversation, Because it is written, Be ye holy, for I am holy." Does Paul teach a different Gospel then? No, 1 Timothy 4:12: "Let no man despise thy youth, but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity." Think of why believers need an "example"... (1 John 2:27-29, 2 Peter 1:15, Jude 1:5, Heb 5:14)
MarkV, We do not want to teach people to forget, Hebrews 12:12-13. It is plain that you teach another gospel.
---Nana on 4/28/10

Mark Eaton,
I get what you are saying about those scripture, but none of what you posted says we are mindless idiots who can't help but to sin.
Once we come to Christ, we can choose to submit to sin or not to. Christ says he helps us to NOT sin.

And even a sinner can do the right thing if they choose.
We are NOT totally depraved. That would mean God is repsonsible for our sin because he made us and put it in our dna. AND we know sin is NOT part of our dna.
Sin comes from developing habits that cause us to disobey God.. Sin is to miss the mark NOT totally depraved.
By the way, please don't think I am jumping on you because I am not. Just stating a point.
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

MarkV and Miche: I assume you KNOW scripture well enough.

It is just that the two of you have understood it differently... that particular difference (about how one is perfecteed) is one where evidence can be found for both sides in scripture and so lets try for a bit to send the sciptures used, together with an explanatin of WHY you interpret it in that way, and how it connects with the other person's scripture that SEEMS to be indicating the opposite
---peter3594 on 4/28/10

Markv, are you accusing me of NOT knowing scripture?


All I ask is that since I answered your questions, please give me the courtesy of answering my questions to you.

Thank you and God bless you!
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

Pleae post,

By the way markv,

The Bible says we are BEING PERFECTED IN CHRIST.

That comes with submission to him.
Are you saying there are parts of you that you can't submit because you have a sinful nature?
Are you saying Christ has not washed you clean since you still submit to your sinful nature.
The bible say who ever you submit your members to you are a servant of.
I submit mine to Christ, do you?
Or do you submit to flesh?
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

NO, Markv,
you show you immaturity in the Holy Spirit.
I can't explain these things to you because you are not teachable. As of right now, No, I have not committed a sin today.
remember that its a DAILY walk with God, so, I can't see the future. All I can do is what the Word tells me. Hold every thought captive and pray God gives me a way out of temptation to sin when it comes my way.
Thats the word of God, I gave you the scripture, go and read and study if you don't believe me. Read the word of God without your doctrine. Ask God to show you.
We don't have to sin if we don't want to. We can walk after the Spirit and NOT sin. God says so.
before Christ I was a sinner. NOW Im a saint of God. God tells me that.
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

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Miche, so the question now is, are you sinless? Are you telling us that you have been perfected? Are you saying that Paul was still having trouble with sin that was within, but you are much more perfect then him and you have conquered sin?
Go ahead and stick your head out, and proclaim you are without sin. Be the second person to claim such feat.
When you speak and you lie because you know not what Scripture is saying, are you forgiven because you had a false believe? When you call others liars and you are wrong, does not that make you a liar? Even the way you answer others is sin many times, Are you forgiven for those remarks? What about those people you could have helped that you didn't? Were you forgiven for those?
---MarkV. on 4/28/10

There is either heaven or hell! If you die with Jesus yu will go to heaven. If you die without Him you shall go to hell. This is true of every human-God'S creative-being. Your maker must know you, my friend.
---catherine on 4/28/10

Please tell me where does the bible say "some sins can't be helped because we are complete mindless idiots"?
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

There are two seemingly contradictory passages that talk about this.

James 3:2 "For we all stumble in many ways. If anyone does not stumble in what he says, he is a perfect man, able to bridle the whole body as well.

James says we all stumble. Seemingly because we are human.

2 Pet 1:10 "Therefore, brethren, be all the more diligent to make certain about His calling and choosing you, for as long as you practice these things, you will never stumble,

Peter says if we practice the prior 7 attributes, we will never stumble.

Which view is right?
---Mark_Eaton on 4/28/10

Thats the thing Markv,
I don't believe YOUR truth. I believe the Bible, God's truth.
Not just bits/pieces, The WHOLE thing.
Your version of OSAS and doctrine of original sin is false.
You take my disagreeing with you as calling you a liar. Im just saying you aren't mature in the HS.
The Bible, OT and NEW is FULL of people choosing to do the right thing.
In fact, Jesus says that those who DO righteousness ARE righteous.
Why would he say that if it weren't true.
What about Abraham, and Noah, Isaac, David!
He confessed daily/everytime he committed a sin!
We got to do it ALL, bro, not just half.
We can't say Jesus covered it and remain in sin.
Hold every thought captive and give it to God.
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

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You can stop any Sin that comes into your mind...

2 Corinthians 10:4-6 (New American Standard Bible)
for the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh, but divinely powerful for the destruction of fortresses.
We are destroying speculations and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God, and we are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ,
and we are ready to punish all disobedience, whenever your obedience is complete.

This says every thought. Please tell me where does the bible say "some sins can't be helped because we are complete mindless idiots"?
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

Miche, as I said before you do not agree and I cannot make you believe in the Truth. I can only give it to you. Jesus Christ died once for all times. His death on our behalf is once. We are forgiven once for all time in order to join the body of Christ. It doesn't mean twice, or many times. Just once. When we are forgiven forever once, we become the body of Christ. We can never go back been dead in sins anymore. We are alive to Christ. While alive to Christ every single person will still sin. There is sins of commission and sins of omission. Sins we cannot stop that come into our brain. We are convicted of many of which we in turn repent, but at no time are we without sin. If one sin took us back to hell, no one would make it.
---MarkV. on 4/28/10

/But your answer was correct and is the reason we who are save will make it, because God makes us stand./ Markv

Bro, God does not make us stand he helps us stand.
He won't do anything without us asking for his help.
He comes to those of us who ask,seek,knock.
If we are saved, and we are put in a bad situation, we DO cry out to God and he helps us to overcome. he provides a way out of temptation so we will not sin.
I am not saying we don't slip and fall every once in a while because we do. BUT if that happens we can only blame ourselves NOT God.
---miche3754 on 4/28/10


That is just not true according to the Bible, bro.

Doesn't the Bible say that IF I sin, Jesus is my advocate and is just and will forgive me?
Doesn't it say IF I confess that I have sin Christ will wash it away?
It does.
That is WHY the way YOU believe eternal security does not line up with the Bible.

Jesus says fornicators, adulterers, etc. will not enter the kingdom. He says we must wash ourselves clean DAILY with the word of God and RENEW our minds daily so that we don't walk after the flesh and sin.
I do that.
Do you?
---miche3754 on 4/28/10

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Nana, I sure don't know what it is you meant by your comment concerning me. I have not judge any persons heart.
But your answer was correct and is the reason we who are save will make it, because God makes us stand. He does not let His children to be lost again from where He saved them from. If that was the case why would He save them in the first place. You gave the reasons why genuine believers have faith they will always stay save, so your theory that once you are save they can be lost is a false doctrine.
---MarkV. on 4/28/10

MarkV, you cannot bring another man's (or woman's) sin to bear witness for justifying your sin. "Who art thou that judgest another man's servant? to his own master he standeth or falleth. Yea, he shall be holden up: for God is able to make him stand.", Romans 14:4. God will help the sinner overcome his sins and leave them behind, but no where it says that you who stand on another man's shortcomings will be justified by their failures.
"So if your "IF" is to be believed not a person will make it to heaven, it will be an empty place, with God all alone,...", no one gets to heaven by believing but by Grace. 1 Peter 1:13_25-(esp. 13).
---Nana on 4/27/10

Miche, well, if your "IF" is correct then I suppose you, and everyone else are not going to heaven. Because all sin. No question about it. Ever Mary, the mother of Jesus was a sinner. So if your "IF" is to be believed not a person will make it to heaven, it will be an empty place, with God all alone, with a lot of empty mansions build for nothing. Not even Eloy who claims to be sinless will be there since just saying he is sinless he is committing a lie, which is a sin.
Miche, get it right, only the sin of unbelief will gurantee you are heading to hell. All sin and come short of the glory of God. All means all.
---MarkV. on 4/27/10

Now we know from Matthew 25 that many who make a profession of following JESUS are liars. Also that five of the virgins started out with oil but it ran out.

So profession doing miracles do not save. That many can decieve themselves they are saved when they are not.

JESUS and John point out that we show our love of GOD by our love of others. So saying all the right words does not make a person a Christian which is what OSAS basically works on. Salvation is a relationship a marriage. No relationship except verbally no marriage.
---Samuel on 4/27/10

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MarkV, you are absolutely in error as are all osas. I believe that we must be diligent till the end which Jesus also said, Luke 12:42, "And the Lord said, Who then is that faithful and wise steward, whom his lord shall make ruler over his household, to give them their portion of meat in due season?" It is you and your crowd who say, we can forget, need not work, have a guarantee of salvation no matter what. But you exclude Judas, however you allow for yourselves high liniency. Assurance is not lip service, whom serves not the Lord deludes himself thinking he is saved and assured.

miche3754, good post.
---Nana on 4/27/10

One sin will send us to hell IF we don't repent of it, especially willful sin.

Salvation is only 100% sure IF you are abiding in Christ and he in you and IF you endure and stick with Christ all the way to the end.

The Bible has plenty of IF's in it but some just like to overlook them.
We have to many people promoting the "it's okay if you sin a little" lie, when Jesus said that if we are in him and he in us, we dont "sin" a little. HE (Christ) makes us perfect and he says HE(Christ) will help us to NOT sin if that is what we choose. God always provides a way OUT if we are tempted so we don't have to sin if we don't want to because Christ provided the way out!
---miche3754 on 4/27/10

Nana, on another blog you just denied the very things you say here, when you made a quotation on Juda's that maybe he was an OSAS, Because you believe there is," no assurance of our salvation till the end"
You said here,
"Hebrews 6:10-12 "And we desire that every one of you do shew the same diligence to the full assurance of hope unto the end:"

You speaks against one believe, then put down the opposite of what you believe on another. sort of picking passages to confirm to your motives.
---MarkV. on 4/27/10

Hebrews 6:10-12 "For God is not unrighteous to forget your work and labour of love, which ye have shewed toward his name, in that ye have ministered to the saints, and do minister. And we desire that every one of you do shew the same diligence to the full assurance of hope unto the end: That ye be not slothful, but followers of them who through faith and patience inherit the promises."
1 John 2:24: "Let that therefore abide in you, which ye have heard from the beginning. If that which ye have heard from the beginning shall remain in you, ye also shall continue in the Son, and in the Father."
We do not want to teach people to forget, MarkV, 2 Peter 1:12.
---Nana on 4/27/10

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Donna66, your answer is so true, once forgiven (cleansed) by Christ is a work Christ accomplished on the cross for all those who believe in Him, even if they have forgotten as the passage Nana has mentioned in 2 Peter 1:9 we are still forgiven.
"For if these things are yours and abound, you will be neither barren or fruitful in the knowledge of your Lord Jesus Christ. For he who lacks these things is shorsighted, even to blindness, and has forgotten that he was cleansed from his old sins."
Some may have forgotten, some may believe they are not cleanse yet but already are, due to the Work of Christ on the Cross for their sins. Once for all time cleansed.
---MarkV. on 4/26/10

---Donna66 on 4/15/10 Because Jesus has already paid the penalty for all my sin.
Super good
Already paid is past tense, and all still means complete not partial.
---michael_e on 4/22/10

"We have to be diligent to keep sin out of our lives."
---Betty on 4/19/10
Quite Biblical and Peter testifies of this in 2 Peter 1:9 "But he that lacketh these things is blind, and cannot see afar off, and hath forgotten that he was purged from his old sins." Apparently, "the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue" and the "exceeding great and precious promises" that come with that are not enough and he says that whom just stays there will fall. Who goes to hell the 'husbandman' determines. In 1 Cor 6:9-10, Paul gives a list of those who shall NOT inherit the kingdom of God.
---Nana on 4/22/10

Betty, will one sin send us to hell? or how many do you think? What if we sinned before we went to sleep, like vengence against someone, and you died in your sleep, do you think that person would go to hell? How about if you had a chance to help someone who was in great need and you didn't help them when you could, and you died two minutes later, would you go to hell? That is a sin of ommission. Are all those going to hell?
---MarkV. on 4/21/10

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The redeemed go to heaven.
---Eloy on 4/19/10

If we sin & don't repent after we are saved, we are on highway to hell. Once saved is not always saved if sinfulness creeps in. We have to be diligent to keep sin out of our lives.
---Betty on 4/19/10

Because Jesus has already paid the penalty for all my sin.
---Donna66 on 4/15/10

Jesus told a man He had healed and forgiven, "Behold, you are made whole: sin no more lest a worse thing come upon you." Once saved is not always saved. Therefore, don't expect not to go hell if you keep sinning.

Mark 9: 43-48 Jesus talked about hell fire that shall never be quenched & people burning in it.
---Betty on 4/15/10

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The wages of sin is death. Jesus cured that problem, HE gives life. For sin shall not be counted against you. The gates of hell will not prevail. We are forever secure in HIM.
---duane on 3/21/10

BTW, sheol, hades, and gehenna, while all translated "hell" in the KJV, are NOT synonyms.
---Cluny on 3/20/10

"God resists the proud" (James 4:6, 1 Peter 5:5). God's caring resistance keeps me from going where Satan would take me while I'm acting in ego. His love (Romans 5:5) makes me compatible with our Groom so we can spend all eternity together (1 John 4:17), in His holiness (Hebrews 12:1-14, 1 Peter 1:13-16).

Is there fire in Hell? "These things we also speak, not in words which man's wisdom teaches but which the Holy Spirit teaches, comparing spiritual things with spiritual." (1 Corinthians 2:13) Could "fire" mean *spiritual* fire? Hebrews 12:29 says, "For our God is a consuming fire." (Hebrews 12:29) The same fire can warm us in love, and burn those who are of Satan's selfish spirit (Ephesians 2:2).
---Bill_bila5659 on 3/20/10

Jesus said that there is fire in gehenna.

Mark 9 43 ff

The fire is real and literal, but not material or earthly.

If you really want to know the nature of this fire, I'm sure you'll find out, especially if you continue to deny its reality.
---Cluny on 3/20/10

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Cluny, Mabe you'd be good enough to show me where there's fire in Sheol(Heb.)
Translated 31 times as "hell" OT 31 times as "grave", fire? where? exact same word in NT translated from "hades"(Gr.)
The "only" fire (figurative) is in Gehenna!
NO literal fire anywhere ,especially underground except in mythology!
Think about it, how would fire affect an invisable,intangable whisp of nothingness that is believed (by pagans) to escape the body at death???
---1st_cliff on 3/20/10

Because God chose me prior to the creation of the world to be in his divine family with Christ as my brother. Giving me his irresistible grace. So I try my best to understand his precepts and carry out his plan for my life.
---Friendly_Blogger on 3/20/10

I have accepted Christ as my Savior... "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you shall be saved" acts 16:31 "For God so loved the world that he gave his Son, that who so ever believes in Him, should not perish but have everlasting life" John 3:16 I put my trust and faith in Christ many years ago. I believe that many have a "head" knowledge of Jesus Christ but did not take it 18" down to their heart. I believe that some people will miss heaven by 18".
Jim King
---Jim on 3/19/10

its clear to me that so many people live never really knowing whether they or anyone around them are saved.this is a slap in the face of christ,and his father.jesus died for us,and salvation is imparted to us through belief in him,PERIOD.and I believe once accepted can,t be taken away.
---tom2 on 3/19/10

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I agree,hell is (myth)ology but especially (myth)ric from which it has it's origin.
Some people ,even today,need the idea of hell to give themselves something to fear.
I' ve never heard someone say that they wished it was not there,where ever there is.
---earl on 3/19/10

Because God saved! by sending His only begotten Son to die for the sins of the world and to overpower the second death,
so by simply accepting,believing,and repenting of my past selfish,evil, capitalist ways,i am now being draged into the Kingdom of Heaven,lol,kicking and screaming sometimes,
but going along none the less....
He is Risen!!!!
---kevin on 3/19/10

\\Cluny, "The fire in Gehenna is not a material or earthly fire"
Isn't that exactly what I wrote???
Jesus used it as an illustration of complete destruction!
---1st_cliff on 3/19/10\\

No, it isn't exactly what you wrote.

You said in so many words there is NO fire in hell: **Ther's no fire in sheol,hades or tartarus,all translated "hell"**

Jesus said there was.

But the fire of hell is not as we know it on earth.
---Cluny on 3/19/10

Cluny, "The fire in Gehenna is not a material or earthly fire"
Isn't that exactly what I wrote???
Jesus used it as an illustration of complete destruction!
---1st_cliff on 3/19/10

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1stCliff, the fire of gehenna is not a material or earthly fire.

You might want to read RIVER OF FIRE yourself and find out what it is for sure. Better than having first hand experience, I can assure you.
---Cluny on 3/19/10

It's hard to fathom the depth of ignorance of so-called Christians.
Ther's no fire in sheol,hades or tartarus,all translated "hell"
Tartarus is called a place of "dense darkness" Have you ever been by a blazing fire and found it pitch black?? Dahhh
---1st_cliff on 3/19/10


Author please...
---atheist on 3/18/10\\

Alexander (sometimes spelled with the French form "Alexandre") Kalomiros.

There are at least two sites on line for it.
---Cluny on 3/19/10

whats the actual question?only God knows,I hope,but haven,t died and haven,t yet been as to why God made hell,the lake of fire or pit or hell was made for satan and his followers,which by the way includes athiests.
---tom2 on 3/18/10

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Author please...
---atheist on 3/18/10

I find it amusing that neither atheist nor 1stcliff believe in an everlasting hell.
One might wonder how much they have in common.
---MIchael on 3/18/10

I would suggest to 'atheist' that is he is sincere in asking his question, he look up and read THE RIVER OF FIRE.

I'm sure others here might find it food for thought, as well.
---Cluny on 3/18/10

I am not going to Gehenna or fiery hell because JESUS saved me. I believe on Him and by His Grace alone my sins by His blood have been atoned for.

Rev 20:14 And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death.

Those who are not saved by JESUS will die the second death. For those of you who do not believe this. Please explain this verse.
---Samuel on 3/18/10

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Bible is clear that there is a Hell and we need not fear what a man can do to us but rather fear Him who can send us to Hell. I do not feel that I will go to Hell bc I believe in Jesus Christ as saviour and resurected part of God almighty. I try to walk in His Holy Spirit whom He sent to comfort and teach us. I love God and people. Remember that" the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom".
---jody on 3/18/10

"If there is a 'Hell', for what purpose did 'god' make 'Hell'?"
Hell was made for the devil and his angels.
PS.. By the way Atheist this wicked earth is the only heaven you will know so enjoy it while you can.
---Elder on 3/18/10


If there is a 'Hell', for what purpose did 'god' make 'Hell'?
---atheist on 3/18/10

Atheist, FYI The English word hell comes from the German "hoelle" meaning "hole" like the one 6' down where dead people are burried!
In the bible Hades,Gehenna and Tartarus are all translated "hell". Jesus used the fire of Gehenna figuratively as illustration of complete destruction and so now it has become synonomus with all three words!
Common sense tells us that fire does not and cannot burn "underground" (mythology has become truth!
Hell is not fearful, Gehenna is!
---1st_cliff on 3/18/10

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Because I have accepted Jesus and the sacrifice He made for my sins and I've repented of them, and turned away from them, and I've been redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb, I've been justified, sanctified, blood bought child of God.

I am a sinner, but a repentent one. Jesus said, I am the Way, the Truth and the Life, no one comes to the Father except by me.

There is a hell. Jesus said there shall be weeping and knashing of teeth. He called it eternal torment.

athiest, if I were you, I'd listen to some of the folks on this board, there is a hell and we love you enough to tell you the truth. Jesus loves you and does not want you to go there, but man sends himself there due to unbelief.
---Donna on 3/18/10

There is no 'Hell' to go to.
---atheist on 3/18/10

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