Recently (well, not so recently actually), someone asked us what we thought of the concept of an eternal hell. Is eternal torment for the wicked supported in Scripture?
As many have pointed out, the destiny of the wicked is one of the hardest teachings for us humans. We shrink back, and rightly so, from the idea of eternal torment. As you point out, God, who is more merciful than us, would seemingly have even a stronger reaction to such a notion.
Thank you Brian for your poem. I’m embarrassed to say this, but this submission is from 2012! That’s how far I am behind. So Brian, I doubt you’ll notice that I’m finally getting to this . . . but maybe you will!
In 2004 it was early in the morning, around 4AM. I was out doing things I had no business doing. I was beat and dragged against my will into a lake where I was beaten severely until my eyes were closed shut. All I could do was call on the name of Jesus to save me.
Read the rest of Angela’s testimony by clicking the link below.
You ask where Paul instructs us to confess our sins after we have been saved. As a student of Paul, you probably know that Paul never speaks in terms of confessing sins after we are saved. Nor does Paul ever instruct us to confess our sins before we are saved. Paul simply never teaches about confessing sins. Rather . . .
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