Each and every person will reach heaven

Canada
October 17, 2009 3:26am CST
Each and every person will reach heaven because there is no hell. Heaven is the destination. You came from heaven and that is where you go back. It does not matter what you do. You may be a saint or sinner. But that does not matter. Now, some will ask 'So, we can kill, steal and cheat? After all, we reach heaven.' I have always found this surprising. If there is no hell, does that mean you should kill and cheat? Do you need a hell in order to be good. If that is the case, then why were crusades fought? Were not the crusaders people who believed in heaven as well as hell? Do not worry about the evil in the world. There is some good hidden in every evil.
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@bird123 (10546)
• United States
17 Oct 09
Yes, I agree. Every person will get to heaven. If God is unconditional love, this must be so. As for killing and cheating, you are free to act. The only ones who commit such acts are those who truly do not understand what it is they are doing. They could not realize the consequences for all involved. God will show them in time. All God's children will get a good education. As far as the crusades, man has done many things in the name of God. Don't ever thing God wants you to kill. Lastly, you are right. There is always good that comes out of acts of evil. Sometimes it's hard to see because we focus so hard on the evil act itself. Perhaps, at least, we learn that evil is not what we want to do.
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@coolcat123 (4391)
• India
17 Oct 09
well...I dont believe that it is true. There is a hell and a heaven too where people are judged on their good and bad deeds. this is the best way That God have choosen for the human beings to be good in their lives.
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@EARLZHAN (934)
• Philippines
20 Oct 09
Hi there frederick i think you want to justify evil as good. Everything that is evil is still evil. however, I respect your point of view. Well as a Christian let me share this verse to you. I hope you don't mind about it. I'm just a friend trying to give my simple point of view about this topic that you've made. According to the book of Matthew chapter 7 verse 21 Jesus said " Not everyone that call unto me, Lord, Lord shall enter to the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of my Father which is in heaven". If this verse is true then what do you think where are you going to go?
• United States
18 Oct 09
I feel like there is a heaven and a hell and at some point after the end of a person's life that he or she will be judged because not everyone is deserving to be in heaven. Evil is evil there can never ever be any good found in it. Doing what is good and right is a person's only salvation and we get a chance at that choice everyday to hopefully one day be in heaven.
@Pose123 (21662)
• Canada
17 Oct 09
Hi Frederick, I feel that you are very close to the truth, except I could never believe in the traditional heaven either. I believe that we are spiritual beings having a human experience and I expect that we have had many different experiences here. Of course none of us really knows what happens after our transition, but I think that deep down everyone knows that there is more to life than what we see here. I feel that we can get rid of the thought of judgement, except when we judge ourselves, and also any thoughts of such a place as hell. Eternal progression makes more sense to me, but of course there is much that we will never know here and so all our ideas are guesses at best. Blessings.
@ParaTed2k (22980)
• Sheboygan, Wisconsin
17 Oct 09
Just out of curiosity, can you back this up with anything?
@murderistic (2279)
• United States
17 Oct 09
I don't live my life for what will come after. I honestly feel like that would be selfish of me. I am simply living my life as a follower of Christ because that is what I know in my heart is right. If I don't go to heaven afterward, so be it. Whatever is God's will. At least I know that I lived my life for God, not for myself.