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Bobcat1, when Jesus said, "Many are called, but few are chosen"?, did he mean "chosen to go to Heaven"?
Blessedp, I agree with you that not all Christians will go to heaven. The last sentence, however, is controversial to non-Christians. To me, Jesus is a mentor and teacher, and the rest is up to the individual.
I am not a Christian and my impression when I first read that sentence, I thought it mean "Many are called to become Christian, but few are chosen to go to Heaven". But I was told that my interpretation is wrong.
WalterPoon- Jesus took our sins for ALL mankind on the cross in exchange grace has been offered to ALL. But it take Faith that one has received and accept His grace of forgiveness. What is important is to believe.
Graceinus, how can that be, when I see sins being committed everyday with my own eyes? Murders, robberies, rape, corruption, racism, and many more...
WalterPoon- You asked a good question that deserves the right answer. There is not enough space here to explain. It has taken me many years to understand this and alot of bible study. The bible is where you WILL find your answer that your deserve.
Hi Graceinus, I did read the Bible before. It's a rather thick book. Maybe you ought to make a hub out of my question, LOL. I am sure many people would like to know the answer in a nutshell.
I have concidered it. Thank you.