Originally posted by Rock Ape
I was thinking the other day,
Once everyone who believes in GOD (Whoever you perceive him to be) are safely tucked up in Heaven.
Interesting understanding. Where do you find this notion that "believers in God are safely tucked up in heaven"? From the "Christians" or from the
bible? The truth is that there is no such a thing as the "rapture" (used by popular definition ie the "Christians are evacuated from the planet prior
to some alleged 7-year tribulation") and Christians aren't going anywhere. When the "rapture" does
occur, it is to meet Christ as He returns to
the earth. Then, yes, there will finally be peace- because only understanding
can bring peace. As you are well aware by the lack of peace in
your mind at this point. Confusion does not bring peace.
Also, your concepts of "heaven" and "hell" are based on completely warped "teachings" concerning scripture. Everything you know is a lie. Do yourself
a favor and read my thread "Christianity is 'the beast' in order to begin to understand what "everlasting fire" really is, and what it really does.
Hint: TRUTH is the everlasting fire; it consumes confusion. Your mind must be purged by everlasting fire- in order to destroy your confusion and
Joh 17:15 I pray not
that thou should take them out of the world
, but that thou should guard them from the evil.
Interesting that you seem to be under the impression that the complete opposite is "bible truth"? I wonder how that happened?
Eph 6:13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day
, and having done all, to stand.
Interesting that the apostle tells the believers to be prepared to "withstand in the evil day"- but if you listen to all these great "Christian
teachers" running around, they're saying the "Christians" won't even be here- they're "taken out of the world"- so odd, is it not, that everything
they are telling people is the opposite of the bible? It's like, you've been lead to believe that the opposite
is true? The "anti" is truth.
But I'm curious to know if you have the strength of character to respond truthfully to my question; something like "Yes, it is true- everything I
think I know about the bible is not of myself, but is what I have been told by the Christians that it means; truthfully, I have no understanding of it
at all, and must rely on others to teach me. Lord, how did I come to this?"
edit on 19-11-2012 by MrCobb because: (no reason given)