Heaven and Hell

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Heaven and Hell Everyone has a soul. Every soul has a destiny. In the Bible, God explains that every soul will be judged. God warns mankind that during judgment we will receive a one-way ticket to eternity. The Bible also teaches us that during this life we have two choices. We are granted free will to serve and honor God through Jesus Christ who is in Heaven, or we are free moral agents to choose Satan who will reside in Hell. Heaven is good. Hell is evil. The fact that God created mankind’s soul with an eternal destiny should have a significant impact on our choices and priorities. The benefits and splendor of Heaven are greater than the punishments and tortures of Hell. The Bible describes Hell as a place of darkness, a lake of fire …show more content…
Jehovah is a God of love, peace,mercy and infinite wisdom. The Son, reverently and affectionately known as Jesus Christ, was placed on earth as a propituation for our sins. Jesus Christ was there during the creation of man, and the creation of the universe. God chose to send His Son, Jesus Christ, to save man from permenant self destruction. God gave Jesus earthly parents. They are Joseph and Mary. Mary was a virgin and had never experienced relations with a man. God injected Mary with a seed to form a child (Jesus). Jesus was born in a manger, grew up, and walked the earth with mankind. His assignment from God was to teach mankind about salvation, to serve as a sacrifice for our sins, and to save man from Hell. Mankind could not accept the teachings of Christ and accused Him of being blasphemous. He was later betrayed and sentenced to die on the cross by a jury of His peers. He hung, bled and died. Jesus rose from the grave on the third day with the Power of Heaven in His Hands. The third part of The Trinity of God is the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit’s role is to give God ominipresence. The Holy Spirit allows God to be in all places at the same time, to hear every prayer spoken, and to love His children by name.

In the bible, John 3:1-8 states: “After dark one evening, a Jewish religious leader named Nicodemus, a Pharisee, came to speak with Jesus.” Teacher." He said,

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