mandag 28. november 2016

No. 1409: It is a medieval heresy that God will torment people forever, scripture says that they should be destroyed in with Satan in the lake of fire if they fail to believe in God's offer of salvation in Christ Jesus!

No. 1409:
It is a medieval heresy that God will torment people forever, scripture says that they should be destroyed in with Satan in the lake of fire if they fail to believe in God's offer of salvation in Christ Jesus!

http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2016/11/no-1406-terje-hegertun-professor-at.html

Also retired Bishop Tor B. Jørgensen argues about the same as Hegertun. Should of course be careful to label others, but in my eyes, these wolves in sheep's clothing who believe that all people are "saved" in the end!



Terje Hegertun has publicly gone out to proclaimed together with retired Bishop Tor B. Jørgensen that life has only one output, it is God's eternal Heaven.
When all people regardless of believe or not believe. Here there is only one open port, then all people will eventually come to God!

Scripture is very, very clear. Life has two exits. Whether a life together with God the Father in eternity.
If one is not accounted worthy to be part of God's eternal Heaven.
So learn Scripture that Satan, the Antichrist and the false prophet shall be destroyed in the Lake of Fire.
Anyone who is not worthy of God's eternal heaven will be destroyed or "burned" up if they do not have their names written in the book of the Lamb!

It had been a contradiction that God should tormented, troubled and tortured people for eternity. Just because they did not accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior.

Do you have Jesus as your personal savior? Do not live in sin? Then the chances are that you will be found worthy within its the living God!

1 Jn. b. 5. 9 If we receive the witness of men, God's testimony is greater; for this is the witness of God which he hath testified of his Son. 10 Whoever believes in the Son of God hath the witness in himself; he that believeth not God hath made him a liar; because he has not believed the testimony that God hath testified of his Son. 11 And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. 12 Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God hath not life. 13 These things have I written unto you that ye may know that ye have eternal life, you who believe in the Son of God's name.

This is where the whole Gospel is. How do you feel about Jesus? Everything else in life is earnest paramount importance.

Notice these strong words here: "He who has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God hath not life. «

Furthermore, in v. 13: "These things have I written unto you that ye may know that ye have eternal life, who believe in the Son of God's name.

It is through faith in Jesus that we are accepted within its the living God!

Terje Hegertun take a position on this important issue in analyzing his own heart. But what scripture says about our hearts?

Jeremiah 17. 9 The heart is deceitful, more than all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?

Yes, who can know it? Some good will come there from, and something evil. Relying on this is like relying on a ship sprung a leak!

I think actually the Cross Victory responded Terje Hegertun very well, taking out some of their corresponding to Hegertun which they shall receive praise in from me.

He has several bouncy questions but should not a theology professor rather been based on the Bible than in their own philanthropic heart? He says: "I believe that the unconditional grace is a consequence of the absolute love. The idea of ​​a vengeful God is therefore excluded. "To answer Paul:" Do not take revenge, my friends, but leave punishment to God. For it is written: The punishment is mine, I will repay, saith the Lord "(Romans 12.19). There comes a day of judgment, one reckoning; Paul wants his friends to know it.

righteous judgment

Hegertun asks: "In a judicial perspective, what does it mean that God's mercy is for those who deserve it least and that God loves his enemies?" And a little further out of "God's final judgment ... that we must assume that it is going to reflect one just and merciful God ... "Good thoughts. For God loves his enemies, is the very essence of grace age (between Jesus' death and his last coming to judgment / salvation), expressed as follows by Paul: "When we were God's enemies, we were reconciled to him through his Son's death "(Rom 5:10).

But Paul also writes about the "righteous judgment" about what "is righteous in God's eyes," namely that Christians in Thessalonica to "get the kingdom of God," while "Those who cause you troubles, he will give troubles in return." I agree with Hegertun that we should keep 'popular fortapelsesfortellinger (...) on solid distance. " But what about Paul, who also knows how?

How shall it be when the Lord Jesus is revealed from heaven with his angels in power and majesty. He comes in flaming fire and leads punishment on those who do not know God and who obey not our Lord Jesus Christ. Their punishment will be eternal destruction away from the Lord's face and from his glory and power, the day he comes to be glorified in his saints, and be honored among all believers (2 Thess 1.5-10).

Trang and narrow

Hegertun discusses "how reasonable it is" that we in our "short years on earth" must "make choices that will be decisive for an eternity." But is not that man's greatness that we of God has been given the choice to answer yes or no to his call? Challenged not Jesus many individuals there and then in their lives? The rich young man, who would take leave of those at home for example. They hit their eternity choice, so we must do.

Regarding the sleep well in a world with people "who do not believe" that will go "lost forever", rhyme it? Yes, it rhymes, for we need sleep to function well and both Jesus and Paul have said that we live our lives the best without concern and sustained "joy" in the hearts. It is Jesus who has taken the world sorry for themselves; it neither can nor should we. We suffer because of destruction, but the Bible tells me that it should not take my sleep. Instead I'll go out and preach the gospel!

Hegertun says that "issues affecting (...) my meeting with relevant biblical texts and distinguishes between those who" speak clearly (...) while others are ambiguous. " But not for the first exegesis rule to interpret the ambiguous passages in the light of the clear anymore? Jesus actually prophesied that "wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat. But small is the gate and narrow is the way which leads to life, and few there be that find it "(Matthew 7.13 to 14).

Jesus' teachings

I see that Hegertun, like Bishop Emeritus T. B. Jorgensen and Hegertun colleague Hegstad uses the phrase "perdition opportunity" (Day, Hell debate, 9/27/16). John 3:16 says the opposite, namely that salvation is the opportunity; perdition reality: "For God loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."

Paul says that we (believers) was "by nature under God's wrath, even as others" (Eph 2,3). And you will remain under the wrath of God without the blood of Jesus covers you, you will perish, says the word of God. That's where salvation comes in as possible. "What a hell emerges as, it is only our own reality that regularly gives us some impression," said the concretized with atrocities in Aleppo and "unspeakable violations, abuse and humiliation."

Hell is a much abused word in the press, on everything from a lost football match to Islamist and incestforbryteres evil. David Pawson, known preacher on Youtube, answers journalists asking him about hell rhymes with the words of Jesus about love: "Everything I learned about hell, I have learned of Jesus. Shall we take the words of Jesus about love that's true, but his words about hell as false? "When changed theme.

Hell is, as previously mentioned "an eternal destruction away from the Lord's face and from his glory and power"; a conscious life away from God. If God should have been pleased with kind, well-meaning people, he had once said: My Son's sacrifice was not perfect. But that was it. Bigger is therefore love as "not (is) that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins" (1 Jn 4:10).
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Has written so much about this topic, read the the articles and you will surely be enriched. And if you have questions, send it to me.

Related links:
http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2011/12/nr-147-will-god-allow-all-wicked-and.html
http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2011/12/nr-146-is-god-monster-dictator-or.html

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