tirsdag 29. november 2016

No. 1410: Syvendags Adventist preaching that nonbelievers should not be tormented forever but destroyed in accordance with the Bible's teaching!

No. 1410:
Syvendags Adventist preaching that nonbelievers should not be tormented forever but destroyed in accordance with the Bible's teaching!

http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2016/11/no-1409-it-is-medieval-heresy-that-god.html

Image of thought how it happens to a person who failed to accept Jesus, and his name was not found written in the Book of Life!
Here he is about to be destroyed!



From the international since their: 

https://www.adventist.org/en/beliefs/restoration/death-and-resurrection/article/go/0/waking-up-to-eternity/

6. The unrepentant will be resurrected after the millennium to face judgment: The unrepentant are not resurrected at the second coming of Jesus. They Remain "sleeping" in an unconscious state until the end of the millennium, the wooden hour They are resurrected (see Rev. 20: 5). This resurrection occure before the final judgment (verses 12, 13). It Seems only fitting That Those Who are to be judged will be presented When The final verdict is given. Jesus speaks of this time: "For a time is coming When all Who are in Their graves will hear his voice and come out-Those Who havedone what is goodwill rise to live, and Those Who havedone what is evil will rise two be condemned "(John 5:28, 29).

7. The punishment of the unrepentant is called the second death: After the final judgment the unrepentant the receive Their punishment. This punishment is called the second death. "Then death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. The lake of fire is the second death. Anyone whose is name was not found underwritten in the book of life was thrown into the lake of fire "(Rev. 8:14 p.m., 15; see also 21: 8). The Bible Also uses words suchlike as "perishing" and "destruction" in speaking of the ultimate fate of the unrepentant (eg, 2 Peter 3: 7, 9; John 3:16; Heb. 10:28; Mal. 4: 1 ). These descriptions confirm That the second death refers two annihilation (or extinction) of the unrepentant, ratherthan a Continual and eternal conscious torment.

8. Death itself will be destroyed in the end: Death is a cruel and bitter enemy. However, it will be overcome. As 1 Corinthians 3:26 p.m. Clearly states: "The last enemy to be destroyed is death" (see also Rev. 8:14 p.m.). The book of Revelation describe what eternity will be like for the saved: "There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away" (Rev. 21: 4).

translated:
6. unrepentant will be resurrected after the millennium to judgment: The unrepentant not resurrected at Christ's return. They remain "sleeping" in an unconscious state until the end of the millennium, and when they will be resurrected (see Rev. 20: 5). This resurrection occurs before the final judgment (verses 12, 13). It seems only fitting that those who will be judged will be present when the final judgment is given. Jesus speaks about this time: "For a time is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice and come out and those who have done good will rise to live, and those who have done evil will rise to be condemned "(John 5:28, 29).

7. The penalty for the unrepentant is called the second death: After the final judgment the unrepentant receive their punishment. This punishment is called the second death. "Then death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. The lake of fire is the second death. Anyone whose name was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire" (Revelation 8:14 p.m., 15; see also 21: 8). Bible also uses words such as "perishing" and "destruction" in talking about the ultimate fate of unrepentant (eg 2 Peter 3: 7, 9, John 3:16, Hebrews 10:28, Mal 4: .. 1) . These descriptions confirm that the second death refers to extinction (or extinction) of the unrepentant, rather than a continual and eternal conscious torment.

8. Death itself will be destroyed at the end: Death is a cruel and bitter enemy. However, it will be overcome. As 1 Corinthians 3:26 p.m. clearly states: "The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death" (see also Rev. 8:14 p.m.). Revelation describes what eternity will be like for the saved: "There will be no more death mourning nor outcry nor pain, for the old order of things has passed away" (Revelation 21: 4).
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Here is what a Pastor in Adventists preach on their own blog.

Adventists and the millions of other evangelical Christians who share our view, is neither helvetes- or domsfornektere. We believe everything the Bible writes about the final settlement with sin.

We believe that the wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23), but the gift of God is eternal life. We believe that God alone is immortal (1 Tim 6:16) and that we humans ourselves are impermanent (1 Cor 15.53). We believe in the resurrection, many stand up to eternal life and others to judgment (Jn 5.28 to 29). We believe perdition fire means that both soul and body perish (Matt 10.28 Matt 3.12; Rev 20.9), and we believe there will come a day where there is no outcry nor pain or torment anymore ( Rev. 21.1-4) and where God has become all in all (1 Cor 15.28). When Jesus speaks of "gehenna", as our Norwegian Bibles translate the word "hell" is the way we see it a case of be outside salvation - where there is no eternal life of any kind. The experience of hell is therefore limited because one away from God dies and ceases to exist. Adventists do not believe God judges some to eternal conscious torment, Our Country should after listening to panel conversation understood that there are many alternative ways to use the word hell. To deny that the Bible teaches eternal conscious torment is not to be hell denies.

Many of us Adventists allow us in light of our image of God also a generous hope: Because of Jesus's atoning death on the cross where He bore all the sins of the world and reconciled the world to himself (1 John 2.2, 2 Cor 5.19 to 20; ), we dare to hope that many people in this life have longed for a fair and good world (Matt 5,6) will stand up to eternal life in God's kingdom, even though they were not fortunate enough to experience life with God in Christ while they lived. We did not experience that this in no way makes it less important to confront evil and darkness in this world with God's love and the offer to become citizens of the kingdom of God already now!

Sincerely
Harald Giesbrecht

Final Comment:

What Adventists preach and teach about God's punishment against the people who are not found worthy to live with God.
Is the way I see it, the very overstemmelse with God's word!

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