A poster here presented a Youtube video for a NDE (near death experience) of a man who purported to have encountered Satan, but regardless of that
particular experience, this led me to start running through a series of other Youtube presented hellish NDE's many of which shared details of hell
that bore striking similarities involving the nature of the torment experienced "there". It was absolutely horrible and unsettling to say the least,
not because I am afraid of hell myself, being a lover of God who's willing to repent and recieve God's love (which seemed to be the prerequisit for
avoiding hell, according to the people in the videos), but because of my compassion for my fellow man and their souls. The very idea of an eternal
damnation and torment from which there is no escape is something that I just can't fathom would be permitted by God who as the first/last cause and
the creator of all things would have to have set this system up or permitted it to occur, so my question is this.
Could God change his mind about this system of judgement whereby, instead of allowing people's souls to enter into a state of eternal damnation and
unending torment, put everytihng back onto a karmic wheel of karmic law whereby Jesus Christ is the resolution to the karmic paradox which could
involve, at least for some, a continual "slide" or descent into ever-worsening life experiences at least until such time that a change of heart comes
about via conscious suffering ie: where they do "get out" eventually, but just not until they've "paid the very last penny"?
God's love as I understand it, is unconditional, yet a love which also makes no compromise with sin and evil, upholding an eternal standard of the
twin pillars of a severe justice, and a tender mercy, as rendered in the Great Work of Jesus Christ at the cross. Any such love, to BE love, must be
free, both freely expressed and freely recieved in kind and therefore must be invitational and NON-COERCIVE. So there's a dilemma here, if we're aware
that the alternative to loving God and opening our hearts to his love, is hell, the very prospect of which destroys the loving and non-coersive nature
of such an invitation.
There are NDE's of Jesus apparently showing people hell, which makes me actually wonder if it was actually Jesus who showed it to them.. !
So if there's a pit of demons torturing people to no end, why not re-boot the system so to speak, whereby those souls could get back into a "line" in
some sort of purgatory awaiting re-incarnation to learn from their mistakes, and just flush the demon-filled pit of eternal hell, lake of fire, etc.,
right out of existence (say down a black hole singularity?) and place everything back onto the karmic wheel administered by nothing more than the
righteousness of Jesus Christ?
In other words, if the system is flawed, why not change it, because as far as I could tell from all these disturbing NDE reports, most of the people
there fell into it, unaware, and while they may have been bad people involved in all kinds of unGodly activities and behavior when they were living
people, with hardened and cold hearts at enmity with God, and who might even have willfully rejected God's love, should there not still exist an
opportunity for them to come around, if not in one lifetime, then in many many lifetimes?
I just can't believe that God has set up a system where there's all these people ending up in a type of eternal sewage system, utterly wasted, and
worse, tormented forever and ever, I just can't fathom it, and it doesn't make any sense such a system.
So if there is such a thing, could it be changed, could hell be flushed out of all human souls, and then flushed right down the drain, demons included
(hey they've been torturing and tormenting people for a very long time, so they're not about to change their ways..).
Jesus and father God, if you're listening, please do something about this dillemma, which robs people of the opportunity to freely accept your loving
invitation to get on board with you on the path of progress towards a future glorious perfection, thank you, and whatever will be let it be your will
and not mine that is done. Amen.
Best Regards, (that's funny!)
edit on 13-7-2012 by NewAgeMan because: typo