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Ce qu’on nous a présenté sous l’appellation de « la bonne nouvelle » ou l’évangile, doit être reconnu pour ce que c’est… soit une bien mauvaise nouvelle ! A sa place, ce qui est la vraie bonne nouvelle doit être déclaré. Notre égoïsme dicterait que si la nouvelle est bonne pour nous, c’est une bonne nouvelle, bien qu’il se peut qu’elle ne soit pas bonne du tout pour tous les autres. En fin de compte, si elle n’est pas bonne pour tous, elle n’est bonne pour personne. Que cela vous plaise ou non, aucun d’entre nous ne peut vivre indépendamment des autres pour très longtemps, et si quelqu’un essaye, il n’en résulte que stagnation et puanteur, tout comme lorsque l’eau cesse de couler, formant un noir marécage dans lequel rien ne peut vivre.
Le Seigneur va en effet réconcilier toutes choses à Lui-même. Cet article expose comme étant folles, païennes et diabolisant Dieu les doctrines d’un tourment éternel et de l’annihilation qui génèrent l’autosatisfaction, la peur et le désespoir. Cet écrit déclare à leur place l’amour, le pouvoir, la gloire et la souveraineté totale de notre Seigneur Tout-puissant Dont le sang est infiniment plus efficace qu’on ne le fait croire à la plupart des gens.
Some people think we say there is no Hell, because we preach that all men will be saved. But what is salvation, if not deliverance from death and Hell? As the father said of his prodigal son: “It was right that we should make merry and be glad, for this brother of yours was dead and is alive again; and was lost, and is found” (Luke 15:32 MKJV).
This short letter tells you all you need know about the real Hell, not the fake one that men teach you will be tormented in forever after you die. That’s a most gruesome and blasphemous fable, but the real Hell is something you are already familiar with, as every person born on earth knows it more intimately than his home.
“Who then can be saved?” is the question that has been hotly debated ever since salvation was known to be available. One could and should also ask, can God save anybody? Would He save anybody? Why would He save anybody? How does He save anybody? When does He save anybody? And should He save anybody? The answers to these questions are in this article.
This doctrine, that man can choose his eternal fate by accepting or denying Jesus Christ’s Lordship over his life, pervades most of “Christendom.” However, it is not true, and, in this series of The Issues of Life, we point out specifically how it is wrong. If man has the power to choose his stance, the reasoning goes, God can be justified to throw him in eternal hellfire if he does not choose Him. However, the Lord said, “You have not chosen Me, but I have chosen you.” The ultimate fate of all humanity is in His hands.
“Christians” use the Scriptures to preach or propogate the doctrine of eternal hellfire. However, what is the Bible truly saying? Is it saying that people will burn forever in hell? Another author has compiled some Scriptures that define the meaning of “forever” and “eternal.” This sheds a whole new light on this matter, making for a very different, and glorious, picture.
Several important questions are raised and answered: What is the purpose of the Lake of Fire? What is the second death? And: How does one who believes in the Lord Jesus Christ enter the Kingdom of God?
Who is Satan? Where did he come from? How did he get his power? How is it exercised? How is it broken? These are things you need to know, if you will be an overcomer in Christ.
Answering Derek Prince’s “Will Satan Ever Be Reconciled to God?”
Derek Prince says that Satan will burn in hell forever, along with anyone who speaks of Satan’s ultimate redemption. See if this writing doesn’t fully answer all of Mr. Prince’s arguments against the reconciliation that God has destined for all His creation, including the Devil. For reconciliation is the great purpose and goal of His judgment through Jesus Christ.
What treasures of God are hidden in the sign of Jonah? Hear what this rather obscure and short book, which of all Scripture was singled out by the Lord Jesus Christ as the sign of His coming, has to tell us about the momentous work God is doing today through the recounting of a singular and marvellous episode in the life of the prophet Jonah and the city of Nineveh.
Jesus Christ demonstrated what true freedom is, what it does, what it cannot do, and what it means to be fully committed to God: “Thy will, and not mine, be done….” He, Christ, is therefore the One to Whom all men are drawn, to learn in due time that none can resist His will.
In 1976, the Lord spoke to me saying, “I am hurting! I am hurting!” He said people were believing lies, thinking they believed godly truth, and those lies were killing them. He was hurting because they were hurting. The prominent gospel preached in evangelical circles is an insidious one, a product of deceived and ignorant men, naively serving Satan and his bride, Mystery. Herein, we explicitly identify it for what it is.
When some hear that we preach Jesus Christ will reconcile all people to Himself, they become offended and exclaim: “If all are going to be saved, what was the point of Jesus Christ dying on the cross for us?” If that is your thought, you need to read our answer to… the most foolish of questions.
Ray Comfort uses the threat of “eternal hell” to motivate proselytizers and potential converts to his perverted idea of God and Christ. Two heathen are used by God to shame this minister, yet he does not see or know it. Only one whose eyes are opened can see the absurd madness of the religious Don Quixotes.
This minister prays only for those Muslims who will turn to Christ. For those who have rejected the Son of God, he sees no hope. Yet the prophet says that we have all turned our faces from Him. Jesus said that no man could come to Him unless the Father draws him. Therefore, there is hope for all men because God can, and will, turn them, in His time:
“The Lord does not delay concerning His promise, as some reckon slackness, but is longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance” (2 Peter 3:9 EMTV).
Kate takes issue with God saying He will save all, in His time. She says to attribute the reconciliation of all things to God, as is His declared intention, robs Him of glory. We show it is exactly the opposite.
Are you stuck trying to justify a doctrine that makes God out to be an ogre? Mike is, and cannot let it go. We discuss this matter with him in a series of correspondences that addresses many typical knee-jerk arguments and objections against the sovereign power of God to save not simply a few lucky people, but all of mankind in the ages to come.
Kirk Cameron uses a traditional approach of “preaching the gospel,” which tries to scare people into the Kingdom. It does not work because it is based on lies. Paul corresponds with Kirk about how that is so, and how it will require him to lose his life to lose this controlling doctrine on which he has built a “ministry.”
How can it be that the soft-spoken, “loving and caring” Christian believes in a god who will torture, when this life ends, the majority of those creatures presumably made in his image, time without end? It can be because such a Christian is in darkness, and is worshiping another god, as this exchange demonstrates.