fredag 5. april 2013

Nr. 480: Hell-teaching staff who teach and demons come from seducing spirits!

Nr. 480:

Hell-teaching staff who teach and demons come from seducing spirits!

2 Cor. 5. 18 But all things are of God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation, 19 that God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself, so he imputes to them their sins and placed in us the word of reconciliation.

The penalty struck Jesus, God is "pleased" with Jesus, and with no other. But only those who accept salvation as sharing in the glory, but God the Father has no need or desire to punish some long, all because Christ Jesus

The belief in an eternal burning hell where God will keep all non believers live through eternity as a punishment is a total absurd understanding of God's word. God has no need to punish someone, the punishment Jesus has taken on for the entire humanity. It's all about accepting His salvation to share in the coming glory, and to get full pay!

1) The punishment Jesus suffered for our sake!

If we read the word of God carefully, we see that all people deserve the same punishment. But there was no penalty as "worked" on humans. We remained really worse of it (see Rom. 7). But God was not satisfied until Jesus took the punishment on him, to all of us. The idea of ​​punishment is something that came with the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages with Hælvete doctrine, purgatory etc. but we find no support for such a thing in God's word.

2) The focus of believers should be getting full pay, not that the unbelievers will be punished!

2 John 1:8 Take heed that ye do not lose what I have gained through your work, but that you may receive a full reward

No non believers will experience live forever! Only believers who have known the power of the world. The aim for us believers is to first get saved, get now sky country. Secondly to get full pay!

3) It is a form of revenge ideas behind believing in an eternal burning hell.

From Wikipedia: Revenge is a form of negative reciprocity, meaning that hurt reciprocated with pain.

There are those who believe in Hælvete teachings that they will not give up on it, the unbelievers will be punished. Heard that Joy Mayer said Hælvete would be that God would cut up our bodies again and again that they are not believers should recognize an eternal pain. How could I go on, but faith in an eternal inferno where the unbelievers will be tormented forever is no biblical teaching! The agony we endure until the unbelievers will be destroyed like Sodom and Gomarra. (Jude 7).

4) After the fall, we see God's love when he seal off the possibility of man to partake of the tree of life!

1MOS 3:24 So he drove out the man, and the garden of Eden, he set the cherubim with a flaming sword which turned hither and thither, to guard the way to the tree of life.

It was in his goodness and love that God enclosed the road for us so that no sinner could share in the tree of life.

5) "Lift" is given to the person that you are going to die!

1MOS 3:19 In the sweat of your brow you shall eat bread till you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken: for dust you are and to dust you shall return. 1MOS 2:17 but the tree of knowledge of good and evil you must not eat, for in the day you eat of it you shall surely die.

Human demise is by God to die! Not more or less.

6) It was in the Dark Ages, the doctrine of purgatory, hell, the Trinity, etc. were designed. In many ways it is correct to say that it was the Catholic church that did this doctrine of "Christian", although neither the GT nor any of the NT believed in this doctrine or the Trinity of three equal Gods.

Neither Jews before or day, or the first Christians believed in an eternal burning hell. Scripture teaches clearly that the infidels and wicked demise is with Satan, the Antichrist, the False Prophet, the fallen angels and demons where all evil will be destroyed and annihilated!

From major Norwegian lexicon: Judaism places the most emphasis on how to live life here on earth. Death must be combated as far as possible, which have gained importance in connection with contemporary issues that modern medical innovations and difficult topics such as active and passive euthanasia (euthanasia). Despite Judaism rooted in the Rabbis have also been concerned about what happens to the dead. While in the early time meant that the punishment for bad actions would come in this life, there arose around our tidsregnings beginning a notion that the guilty be punished by death. Even the Pharisees developed a doctrine that man consists of body and soul, and that they will unite in the judgment. This notion is found in the main prayers. There was also a widespread belief that this would happen when the Messiah comes once.

There are also many misconceptions about heaven, "the next world" or the Garden of Eden, where the righteous, according to popular belief, can continue their Torah studies. Judaism has no doctrine of eternal damnation, but you have an idea of ​​Gehenna, where the guilty are punished, eleven months is considered the maximum time anyone can spend time there. Non-Orthodox Jews generally believe that eternal life could be about immortality of the soul, rather a bodily resurrection. There is broad agreement in all directions that even non-Jews who have lived a moral and upright life will get access to this great "next world."

Rabbinic tradition includes many different views on what will happen to the dead, but the rabbis have been very reluctant to draw firm notions and dogmas that every Jew should have to believe. This is not important performances for all most Jews.

7) Eternal means "more" in Hebrew and Greek understanding of it.

This is from what I wrote a few years ago: Now when people die they come either to paradise or hell, waiting for either salvation or judgment. The believers havens and non believers to hell. But at last, what? I have been taught to believe (I have my background in free friends \ Pentecostal) that people will be tormented forever. And learn and think one is a misconception. But what does God's word? Jesus said it himself. Matt. 10. 28 Be not afraid of them that kill the body but can not kill the soul. Rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell.

Here it is right that the Father may destroy, destroy and destroy people in the lake of fire or hell. We read from the text because it is so that people can kill and kill the body. But only God can be dead \ kill \ destroy \ destroy them both, soul and body! We also see Paul says about the same. Rom. 6. 23 The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.

When the wages of sin is death means separation then it means eternal separation from God. And when we start comparing other scriptures we come to the conclusion that it is not talking about eternal torment literally as an eternal punishment. But the destruction of all who do not have their names written in the Book of Life of the Lamb, even Satan and all evil spirits included. What about eternal torment in Revelation 20.10 which must be the last word, if any, to those who believe that God will torment and not destroy the people and all the demons and Satan in the end? There is no word in Hebrew or Greek meaning "eternal" (something that never ceases). In Jewish thought, the writings of which have their origin, are all seen in ages / n / ne / adj; tidsalderlig. ... - Eph. 2, 7: How would he (YHWH) in the coming ages (gr: a rubbish aiosin) show His overwhelming grace Wealth of kindness toward us in Yeshua HaMashiavch .. / 2 Tess. 1, 9: .. their punishment (the ugjenfødte) a tidsalderlig (aionion) doom away from Adonay `s face and from His Glory and Power.

The Hebrew, olam and the Greek, aion (eon), represents something that "disappears in the horizon. Something to man" incalculable. "It is only YHWH & Yeshua who know the time span's length, for each age - and the length of several ages after another, and the He reveals it to through his Spirit, when it is easy. For tidsalderlig torment for the devil spirits and ugjenfødte / disobedient) - in the age of life (eoniske) fire, so this represents a painful annihilation process (by fire), resulting in complete obliteration / annihilation. It is only YHWH knows the duration (the length) of this punishment / destruction process. This translation blunder hangs sometimes after church needs to ("reinforce fear" - scare the population to pay indulgences and support (subordinate) church and church doctrine. - Each is a product of Greek pagan-philosophical thought.

In our time is actually the church Bible translators still too cowardly to translate olam / aion, accurate, age / eon / time-span / adjective; tidsalderlig / eonisk / persistent / (long) term. That's churches and church that pays your wages, and churches are addicted to maintain the "tradition" to exist, also the u-biblical and erroneous - deliberately! I have certainly come to the conclusion that the words aion and olam both speak of an infinitely long period of time, which is also translated as forever, so we put in the word. When it comes to word aionos, so this seems to be used in the sense of infinity without end. But this is, as I said hard. I see that many (majority) of the Bible teachers and scripture scholars have landed on the aionos means eternal and infinite. So we then have the expression "Aion ton aionon" which means "forever" or "forever and forever." What I mean is that this "destruction" process will be so long, that it is natural to compare it with an infinity - because the fire burning all the time, as long as there is nothing to burn. It is therefore not surprising that it can be difficult to interpret with "hellfire". It was a place outside Jerusalem, a waste place called "Hell" (Gehenna). This landfills burned a continuous fire, to burn waste. It was also burned corpses of criminals. This place is in

The New Testament and over in history, used as a type of punishment that would come across people who do evil deeds. - There was much evil in life, and hope of many was that God would keep a fair trial. In a society marked by violence and injustice, eg. Ancient Israel, I think it is not so strange that people elaborates this with hell fire and punishment to seem so terrible cruel as it is humanly possible to imagine. Penalties shall also act as a deterrent, and intend to get people with an "evil agenda" to desist from their actions. For me, not a show about a good God could unite with him to let people be tortured continuously for all eternity, even if these people have been guilty of evil acts. - But we have this with justice. The fact that God will hold a fair judgment? How should this be interpreted? I think this is the judgment that is "final", it is an end, not "eternal."


Forever is a long and everlasting 2x correctly translated from Hebrew \ grsk is an age of time. Or a time that only God the Father knows. As Jesus said of his return that this only know my Father when he comes again. Jesus will return when this age is over. So it is with the Father and the final annihilation tilintelsesgjørelse of all evil and Satan with his demons. It will take an age \ Era \ (g: a rubbish aiosin) to perform this work. We read in Scripture that night shall cease to represent evil, be biledelig speech that one day, all traces of the evil and wicked deeds, and themselves be gone. Obvious. 22. 5 night will be no more, neither will they be used for the light of lamp or sun, for the Lord God will illumine them. And they shall reign forever and ever. God the Father himself knows the time and how this will happen, but the Bible's teaching is not eternal torment forever. But a literal destruction as happened to Sodom and Gomarra says Judas in his letter. Jude 7 just as Sodom and Gomorrah and the cities all around them, which likewise acted immorally and went after strange flesh, are before our eyes as an example, suffering the eternal ilds punishment. What happened to Sodom and Gomarra? They got a deadly criminal who destroyed them because contained living. 1.Mos.b.19. 24 Then the Lord rained brimstone and fire - from the Lord out of heaven - down on Sodom and Gomorrah. 25 And he overthrew those cities and all the plain and all the inhabitants of the cities, and what grew on the ground. 27 Early in the morning Abraham went to the place where he had stood before the Lord. 28 And he looked toward Sodom and Gomorrah and toward all the land of the plain, he saw that the smoke went up from the land, like smoke from a furnace. Here Sodom and Gomarra wiped with an eternal flame. According to the word of God teaches us about the eternal fire! It is people waiting who have their names written in the Book of Life of the Lamb. An eternal destruction as they got.

8) Scripture teaches that nonbelievers should get the same demise as Sodom and Gomorrah.

From my commentaries Jude 7 Another example is Sodom and Gomorrah and their neighboring towns, where people lived in adultery even as the angels, and perversion. Now they lie there as an example of the punishment of eternal fire. It's bad with sin, but sin begets sin. Finally sin mature. James 1 15 When lust has been conceived, it bringeth forth sin, and when sin is grown, brings forth death.

We would do well to look seriously at the very smallest sin and the slightest mistake. Judas began to steal the till and he later betrayed Jesus for a few lousy pieces of silver. In Sodom and the other three cities on the plains was sin overripe and was punished with an eternal flame scripture says that was total annihilation. For never to rise again, the one we see today is the fire's effects. How will it go with all the wicked, they will be completely obliterates that Sodom and Gomorrah that we find in 1 Exodus 19 says the font is the eternal fire! God deals with His creation exactly what he wants and has predestined.

Final Comment: I can not force someone to change their mind or point of view, but it is not in compliance with what Scripture teaches in the Old or the New Testament that the unbelievers and the wicked will be punished for all eternity. Scripture teaches that all will one day ahead of the white throne stand within its God with their lives. And they have not written their names in the book of life, so do not expect an everlasting punishment, but an annihilation and destruction of Sodom and Gomarra was.

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