” God has written his laws in our hearts, so there is no excuse for doing what we know in our heart-of-hearts is wrong.”
And just as easily Christians say that whatever God commands we should do, regardless how we feel about it, like Abraham sacrificing his son. Christians want to have it both ways. But Hell is indeed eternal, be sure about that.
To the world (non-believers), death is defeat. It means “game over”, battle lost, start crying. Non-believers use every means at their disposal to prolong their life, as their goal is to delay death and live as long as they can.
In contrast, to believers, death is when real life begins. It’s what we’re living for, so the less time we spend on Earth, the better.
The night before he died, Jesus told his disciples that if they loved him, they’d be happy for him because he was going home. His disciples were crying, but he told them they should instead be happy. He said that where he was going was infinitely better than where he was, and that if they really understood that, they’d be celebrating with him, not crying and trying to hold him back.
We’re trapped in our mortal bodies, and death is the only way out. It’s…
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