Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Eternity, to Live or Die

"'Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life; whoever does not obey the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God remains on him,'" (John 3:36).

In unrepentance, we willfully consign ourselves to a God-less eternity...but do you really know all you are reserving for yourself? Why invite Hell when Heaven is an option? Be freed of these deceptions that have you hastening toward Hell with a smile on your face and a veil over your eyes. If God is not in your envisioned afterlife, what joy do you imagine you are saving for yourself? God is the essence of goodness - all that we cherish and enjoy, the very ability to enjoy, joy itself, comes from Him. You reject God now in life, you certainly won't have Him in eternity. You forgo everything good, and for what? A maintained delusion lasting, at most, 80 years? 70 years without a conscience before God's conviction comes demanding you pay for your lifetime's tab? The tab that Christ already paid, but you refused?

Do not believe the pandering lie propagated by a world eager to please and deceive. The hard truth: there is no karmic afterlife...there is no God-less, eternal serenity. There is either eternity with God in Heaven, or eternity apart from God in Hell. Those are the only two options, and your choices made here in your life this very day will indicate your destination.

Please, do not throw yourself into that perpetual severance. You are loved and desired by God, and by me as well. I want to see you in Heaven, when the passage of death turns me over to eternal life and the Kingdom of God. More so, though, whether you acknowledge it or not...you want you there. You may not call it Heaven, but the tranquility you internally yearn for and frame your ideal afterlife after...it's Heaven, the perfect unity with the God who made you and shaped you. You want it just as much as I do. Please, align yourself with Christ and take hold of the afterlife He is offering you. There is no other. We either live with God, or we die without Him. What will you choose?

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