Will All People Ever Love One Another? Part Three

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May 26, 2016 10:52pm CST
What does the Bible say about God’s “new world?” The Bible says that “The righteous themselves will possess the earth and they will reside forever upon it.” Psalm 37:9-11, 29; Proverbs 2:21, 22 Can you even imagine what a glorious time that will be? “Death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.” Revelation 21:3, 4 Even those who have died will live again and the entire earth will transformed into a literal paradise. This is what has been promised by God. Isaiah 11:6-9; Isaiah 35:1, 2; Luke 23:43; Acts 24:15 Remember, to qualify to live in that new world, we must love one another as God teaches us to do. 1 Thessalonians 4:9 It’s something we can all look forward to. And we can be sure that God will keep his promises. “I have even spoken it,” he says, “I shall also do it.” Isaiah 46:11 Reading and studying the Bible will give us the faith we need and the HOPE we can develop, that will help us to survive these “critical times.” Here is a link you might enjoy:
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• Canada
27 May 16
I'm glad that you are continuing in this topic, but again, this is one of the issues why most Christians do not accept JW teaching on this subject as Christian or reflecting New Testament teaching; you say to qualify in the New World one "must love one another as God teaches us to do"...but the Bible focuses specifically on Jesus and justification by faith specifically in Him. In a sense, you have given a Gospel message which does not even mention Him at all in the post, and this is opposite to the New Testament which focuses on Christ. With sincere respect, you have appealed to minor quotes, while not at all presenting major themes which the New Testament writers view as essential...if one is appealing to the Bible as authority (as Christians, we should), the Bible's actual statements matter in this regard.
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• United States
27 May 16
My purpose in this series of articles was first to answer the question "Will All People Ever Love One Another." Part Four, which I haven't posted yet, will specifically focus on Jesus Christ and his role as King of God's Kingdom, that will bring blessings to those who will live on a cleansed earth. JWs primary subject, when they go from door to door is to talk about Jesus and his role as King of God's Kingdom and how having faith in Jesus' ransom sacrifice is paramount to being a TRUE Christian. Here is a link that will show what JWs believe about Jesus. This is one of the many publications that JWs offer FREE to those who want to learn more about Jesus. I can see why you might think what you said, having read only this particular series so far, but believe me, JWs certainly focus on Jesus' role in the salvation of mankind. It would be ridiculous not to do so.
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• Roseburg, Oregon
27 May 16
The way the world is right now. I can not see people loving each other for a long time.
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• United States
27 May 16
Yes, the world is filled with hatred, but the Bible promises that it won't always be that way. Here is a link you might enjoy:
See 5 Bible teachings that show how one world government will act to eliminate nationalism and all that is at the root of conflict. It is already teaching true peace.