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Christians, What could your children do, that you would send them to hell to suffer and burn for eternity?

for me, the answer is NOTHING.
think about who created man and who created Satan.

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2 Responses to “Christians, What could your children do, that you would send them to hell to suffer and burn for eternity?”

  1. forgiven490 said :

    If they wanted to go there the let them go. Who am I to stop them. Yes, I’ll do my best to talk them out of it.

    Same thing with God.

    Everyone has access to Christ. Not everyone wants to be with God.

  2. Lightning From the East said :

    The idea of a loving God sending people to hell for eternity is not easy to accept. Why would God, who is full of mercy and grace, send people to a place of torment for ever and ever for not trusting in Jesus even though they are nice people, or never heard of Jesus, or were sincerely trying to find God? Is that fair? Is that right?

    When people ask these questions, they are appealing to what they perceive as fairness. They are looking at the issue from their human perspective. But this perspective is not necessarily the right one. If God exists, and He does, then it is He who is the One who says what is right and fair, not us. So, we need to see what the Bible says about what is right regarding sin and salvation and make a decision afterwards.

    The Bible tells us that God is holy, “You shall be holy, for I am holy,” (1 Pet. 1:16). Holiness is incorruptibility, perfection, purity, and the inability to sin, all of which which are possessed by God alone. Holiness is the very nature of God’s character. His character is perfect, without flaw, and He is the standard of all that is right and good.


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