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Amy September 17, 2017 at 4:23 pm

I hope all is well and God bless you for such wonderful articles. I feel that I am not fit for heaven even though I have confessed and asked for forgiveness and have repented and successfully turned from my sinful ways. I feel that He is leaving me in certain situations to test me. Recently I quit my job due to bullying, I asked for Him to intervene to no avail and I have been living beside of rude, disrespectful neighbors for about four years now. It’s a daily war between the two of us. I know I am called to love and to stop fighting evil with evil but I am receiving no assistance supernaturally. I haven’t rejected eternal life but I feel that my refusal to show my neighbors respect will keep me from heaven. I don’t even know if I am saved anymore since I fail at even the smallest tests. Any advice would be appreciated.

Jack Wellman September 17, 2017 at 4:40 pm

Hello Amy. I am so sorry for all the great troubles you’ve seen and how you feel right now. Why not call your pastor and tell him just what you told me as we need one another and more so as the day approaches (Heb 10:24-25). If you don’t know you are not saved, you might not be. You must find this out today, as if Christ returns, it’s too late. Can you tell me how you were saved? When did that happen? A person is not kept from heaven by not helping their neighbors. It is repenting of your sins and trusting in Christ. God brings us to repentance and then we place our trust in Christ and then, God places you into the body of Christ, the church, where it pleases Him, so please call your pastor and tell him and ask your church to pray for you as we are commanded to do (James 5:14) as we need one another and seek to do what Jesus commands us to do (Matt 25:34-39) as we do it to Him (Matt 25:40) or we do nothing for Him (Matt 25:41- and that’s not good (Matt 7:21-23).

Kaye Karrington October 31, 2018 at 4:13 pm

Wonderful story. God bless you.

Walter Gatlin October 1, 2020 at 2:00 pm

Jesus forgives sin but God judges Evil. It is that simple. There is a difference between a sinful man and an Evil man. Thus this is why God judges at the gate.

Jack Wellman October 1, 2020 at 2:42 pm

Only thru Christ can we enter into the Kingdom. Thank you for your comments Mr. Gatlin. You bring up a good point sir.

Matt December 11, 2020 at 11:08 am

I notice that a lot of writers assert a position on hell, and then occasionally insert short Bible passage addresses in parenthesis as support for the position. These writings are always full of a lot more words from us rather than words from the Bible.

Why does the Bible need so much help to make it clear who goes to hell? If you were to just read the Bible without commentary, would we come to the same conclusion even though there is so much works righteousness discussed in there?

Further, I observe that we make a lot of assumptions on the meaning of the English words in our Bibles without addressing multiple possible translations and meanings for “eternal,” “Hell,” etc.

It sounds an awful lot like we start off with our own opinion, and then find Bible verses that seem to back us up, rather than letting the Bible take us where it wants us to go.

Jack Wellman December 11, 2020 at 12:41 pm

Jesus spoke more about hell than heaven? Why? He didn’t want anyone to go there and He wanted people to believe in the reality of hell. The same word for eternal life is used for eternal fire or judgment. I recommend you find a good study Bible. There are no personal opinions in this article but rather, the facts of Scripture. Some can accept the truth while others will reject it. It is your choice Matt.

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