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viernes, 2 de julio de 2010

Heaven or Hell Wich Will You Choose?

Heaven is not ghostlike, foggy atmosphere where disembodied spirits float around.
Heaven is a real as this earth. Jesus told His disciples, "I go to prepare place for you." Paul taught that Christians would have new imperish-able bodies.
Again contrary to many popular ideas, Heaven is not dull. The things that are killjoys on earth-selfishness, hattred, death-all wil be gone.
Heaven will not be a place where we sit around with nothing to do. The Bible suggests that Heaven will be a place for dynamic, crative and untiriting activity, but without toil and fatigue.
Heaven will also be a place of intellectual stimulation. Here we "see through a glass darkly," but there, "face to face," we shall see God.

Are You Going?

Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the father, but by me...He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from the death unto life."
Jesus and the New Testament writers use every image in their power to tell us that Hell is real, terrible, something to be feared and avoided at all costs. Never forget that the talk about outer darkness and the lake of fire came from Jesus, who died to save us.

In His parable of the last jugdment Jesus taught that some would go to eternal punishment. some to eternal life. In others words, Hell will be as real and lasting as Heaven.
The most frightening thing about Hell is that spiritual separation from God, moral remorse, the consciousness that one deserves what he is getting, Hell is total separation from the love, joy, and peace that come from God.

Are You Going?

"He that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him." The Son of man shall send for this angels, and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them wich do iniquity; and shall cast them into furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth."

Which Will You Choose?

You must decide where you will spent eternity. Jesus Christ has paid the full penalty for your sins in the cross. "Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for unjust, that He might bring us to God." Now you must come to Him just as you are -a guilty sinner unable to save yourself. commit your life to Christ today! you can pray something like this:

God, thank You for sending Jesus to take the pusnisment for my sins that I might spend eternity in Heaven with you. I turn from my sin and invite You into my life
to be my Lord and Saviour. In Jesus' name, amen.

2 comentarios:

  1. HOla! Te animo a que eches un vistazo a este link. Espero que te guste

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8ou9SAmMU8

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  2. Asi es esta expresión solo aparece en el libro de Revelación y es claramente simbólica. La Biblia da su propia explicación y definición de ese símbolo al decir: “Esto significa la muerte segunda: el lago de fuego”.

    Se dice que la muerte es arrojada al lago de fuego (Rev 19:20; 20:14), pero es evidente que no se puede quemar la muerte en sentido literal. Además, también se arroja a este lago al Diablo, una criatura celestial invisible, pero el fuego literal no puede hacer daño alguno a la naturaleza celestial. (Rev 20:10; compárense Éx 3:2 con Jue 13:20.)

    Los que no están escritos en “el libro de la vida” —los opositores impenitentes de la soberanía de Dios— son arrojados al lago de fuego, que significa destrucción eterna o muerte segunda. (Rev 20:15.)


    Aunque los textos anteriores indican claramente que el lago de fuego es simbólico, hay quien lo ha utilizado para apoyar la idea de que existe un lugar literal de fuego y tormento.

    En las Escrituras, el tormento ardiente se relaciona con destrucción y muerte. Por ejemplo, en la Septuaginta, traducción al griego de las Escrituras Hebreas, la palabra bá·sa·nos, que se traduce tormento, también se emplea para referirse a castigar con muerte. (Eze 3:20; 32:24, 30.)


    Segun las escrituras,entonces el lago de fuego,simboliza destruccion eterna.


    Un saludo!!!

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