I believe in Jesus, God, and a Goddess. I don't condemn anyone for what they believe, as long as it harms no one else. I am open-minded to others opinions and believe that everyone is on their own spiritual paths, all different and yet all alike. I believe that when I die, I will be reincarnated and live another life and maybe another until I've learned all I need to learn from this earthly life. I believe in Heaven, but I refer to it as the Summerland. I am a combination of many beliefs in one...and I call myself a Pagan. Am I going to Hell in the eyes of a Christian?
from reading what you have written no way your heart is to pure and good based on what you have wrote of course you are like the rest of the human race trying to find light at the end of the tunnel and you seem to be doing ok combining many beliefs into one so NO you are not doomed......................
You said you believe in Jesus and God. Did you know they're One? Do you know that Jesus died for you?
According to the Bible (which is the word of God, and which, if you believe in Jesus, you also must believe, since He was the Word of God in the flesh), anyone who doesn't ask the Lord to forgive them of their sins (if they're of the age of accountability), accept Christ as Lord and Savior, will go to hell, if they die in that lost condition. God gives everyone the opportunity to accept Christ as Savior. I believe that was reiterated to you in another thread?.... Hence, my question of whether you really want to know. Or do you just want your ears tickled with untruths like most of the responses here?
To all those open-minded, kind and growing souls...thank you. This forum post was not actually because I wasn't aware of what's going to happen to me. I'm very confident in my beliefs and confident in my soul's nature and who God is to me. Those who condemned me to Hell because I have different beliefs than you, that's your opinion and you're entitled to it (although I don't seem to be entitled to mine by your advice); nonetheless, I wish you all love, light and blessings. Blessed Be.
You haven't described anything which would be a reason for going to hell. One religion is good as another, it is a lie of some Christians, that only they have the truth, and everyone else is destined for the fires of hell. Such thinking comes from the ego of the believer. I have read comments on here by some Christians who tell people that they are going to heaven, whilst anyone who is not exactly like them is going to hell. This in effect is saying 'I'm better than you!' So, I wouldn't take such claims seriously. Of course, there is no evidence that hell actually exists. I can't believe that if there is a loving God, that he would enjoy people roasting in the flames for all eternity. And who would want to believe in a God who did enjoy this? There are still people in remote parts of the world who have never even heard of Jesus, so according to some, they too will be burning. This doesn't seem fair to me.
According to the bible the Son of God has given explicit directions to miss out on Hell; believe in him. Nothing else matters, not being mean to others, not understanding their ways, nothing.
From your post it does not seem that you truly believe in Christ, the son of God. Reincarnation is not a part of that particular belief (specifically denied in the rapture concept) and neither is a secondary goddess. I would assume, therefore, that you are destined for Hell in the Christian beliefs.
No, you are not going to hell, if you can truthfully answer "no" when asked, "Have you ever disagreed with a religionist's beliefs?" but if "yes, you have disagreed with them", then you will be heading for hell in a handbasket. Don't give it another thought!
But "religionists" should really be restricted to (most) Muslims and Christians. I don't think other religions believe in hell. (Granted, in terms of the world adherents, we're talking about probably half...)
Yeah, we do don't we. That means our choices are not always popular, don't always fit with the norm, or indeed the scriptures. A real conscience you cannot ignore, it will plague you and you have to be true to it. It determines the path you take, in this life.
Correct, we make our choices. Your conscience doesn't determine your path. It guides you to which path is honesty and dishonesty(right and wrong). And, yes you can ignore, but eventually it will damage oneself.
It's a nice way to look at it, but make sure that you understand one thing about your life....beliefs are never to be solidified, because if you do solidify your beliefs, then you are not truly being human. Why not? Because, all things change, it's inevitable. By understanding that about beliefs, then you'll be right and honest with self.
Beliefs can be fluid in that they relate to kind of person you want to be, even in changing circumstances. The way you want to relate to others, whatever their or your situation. I suppose, in a nutshell, I'm trying to say that I believe in the equality of human beings. I'll never sell out on that
Heaven is the kingdom of God, Jesus Christ is the son of God, the Bible is the word of God. The Bible doesn't say that we will experience reincarnation. There are plenty of references to Heaven and Hell. I would reexamine the Bible about what is says about Heaven and Hell to get a better understanding.
I have read comments on here by some Christians who tell people that they are going to heaven, whilst anyone who is not exactly like them is going to hell. This in effect is saying 'I'm better than you!' So, I wouldn't take such claims seriously. Finally I think it's all depends on our deeds.
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