Originally posted by Akragon
IF God never made hell in the first place there would be no need to avoid it...
Then death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. The lake of fire is the second death.
Not hell, oblivion - hell 2.0.
But since we're working on "A logical problem with "Hell": Part 2" perhaps isn't never too late, and thus if God is a loving God at some point down
the line he puts hell wherever he likes (I would say "where the sun don't shine" but that would sound like I'm giving God # which I'm not! lol) and
place humanity back onto the karmic wheel, if there ever was a hell that some might have fallen into, for them the 2nd death and it's all over.
Therefore I propose that we declare this very thread the beginning of the end of hell, here at the end of all evil and the beginning of love as the
only reasonable thing worth doing in the final analysis, and to hell with hell!
Ouch! that was hot!
That it's cute and amuzing and playfully loving, tells me that it's true.
And so therefore, to avoid a karmic cataclysm of bad people reincarnating, ever lower, and good people rising ever higher, I present to you - the
cross, of Jesus Christ.
So it's a whole new type of judgement, employing a type of logic many of us might never have considered, still capable of rendering a Just verdict
while also liberating us to learn from our mistakes, without the possibility of condemnation i.e.: intercessory grace whether you like it or are even
aware of it, or not, and a perfect judgement situated at the "apex" of the karmic wheel, there's the great work, for all who wish to freely drink from
the living water that flows therefrom, like an eternal fountain and wellspring, of reason and logic, unto infinite intelligence, and infinite love
which is synonymous with the mind and the sacred heart of Jesus Christ. Ah to finally "grok" of it, how utterly satisfying..
The Spirit and the bride say, "Come!" And let him who hears say, "Come!" Whoever is thirsty, let him come; and whoever wishes, let him take the
free gift of the water of life.
~ Revelation 22:17
Your brother, and a bride of Christ. (and no I'm not gay)
"I am the Alpha and the Omega--the beginning and the end," says the Lord God. "I am the one who is, who always was, and who is still to come--the
~ Revelation 1:8
edit on 8-1-2013 by NewAgeMan because: love is the reason.