posted on Jul, 4 2010 @ 01:35 PM
God has unconditional love for all of us. Unconditional means that there is nothing that you can do to make him love you more, nothing you can do to
make him love you less. He wants you to love him, too, but he's not going to force you to do so, that's the free will bit.
If you choose to follow God's way, it's your choice, your decision and your responsibility. We believe that we will be judged on how we behaved on
Earth, how we treated others, how we handled our relationship with God.
There are faiths that believe that, in the end, God does forgive all, and everyone is granted his kingdom. But, for the most part, that seems rather
unjust. Would you want Stalin or Hitler to get a "stern talking to" and that would be it, they'd be treated the same as Mother Theresa or someone
else that sacrificed their life to better others?
Consider a mother whose son is arrested and put in prison for robbery. She most likely still loves her son, but she mourns for his bad choice, is
likely disappointed, and probably wouldn't break him out of prison if she could, hoping that his punishment will change him, or at least keep him
from robbing others.