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God’s Mercy for All…Is Hell Really Hell?

The more I read of the early church fathers, the Bible, Jasher, and Enoch, the more I find God’s love abounding in so many ways. The more I can’t help but know that the Bible has been translated in so many places with the wrong terms, very likely intentionally, as we are warned the tares are among the wheat and because of this, the devil has had his hand in the Bible over time. Be it from the removal of books, or the translation into different languages with a change in words. There is far too much proof and people refuse to look into it, they just want to believe what they are told.

I might step on some toes with what I’m about to say, but I am not here to sugarcoat anything or make people like me, I am here to seek my Father and Creator, and to do what is right according to Him. According to Him the more I speak truth the more people will come against me. I should rejoice when I am persecuted by others, even those who would call themselves Christians. To those people who refuse to seek after the truth and just listen to what others tell them how can you cast words at me stating I’m wrong, when you don’t even go look for yourself.

“Let us look stedfastly to the blood of Christ, and see how precious that blood is to God, which, having been shed for our salvation, has set the grace of repentance before the whole world.” ~Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol I – Clement of Rome Chapter VII

James 2:13 For judgment without mercy to him that hath not done mercy. And mercy exalteth itself above judgment.

So much of what I have read and what God has given me the ability to understand, because it is Him completely through the Holy Spirit that give us the ability to understand or even love or seek Him. We do not have the capacity to do these things on our own.

It all says that Jesus came for the whole world, that is, THE WHOLE world as in all human beings that God has created. The only time I can see where God sends any truly into the pits with the devil is in the end when they accept the mark of the beast. My belief in this is, because what the fallen angels do to them through the mark of the beast and their return to try and rule this world, is that they change the DNA of the ones who would follow the Antichrist.

Even David, who was called a man after God’s own heart committed so many wrongs. He was an adulterer and a murder; you can see that in the story of Bathsheba. God’s MERCY.  So no one can tell me that they can sit and condemn another and call themselves a child of God, because those in the Body of Christ, true children of God do not cause division in the body, PERIOD!

All others are put through what God refers to as a refiners fire, He puts them in a place that purges them and makes them better and more suited for the Kingdom and from there He will bring all and I mean all of His chosen creation (human beings) to Himself. I’m not saying this place has no pain involved; it very well may, as God would show them how it would be without Him that they would call out to Him and return to their Father. The Bible even states that Jesus descended and preached to the souls in the pit. I am still studying through this, but I don’t believe there is a literal hell as translated in the English language. There are three parts to what the English Bible calls hell, three different places not one. The lake of fire, the pit, and paradise, the Bible also mentions the abyss, but I am thinking that is the same as the lake of fire, again I am still looking further into this.

This would be the reason why people preaching hell draws more people away from God. If you are going to speak of my Father you speak of His love for the world, because that is exactly what He is all about. His precious Grace, Love, and Mercy that He has show all of humanity. The only ones that have not been shown this are the peoples that were nephilim (fallen angel human hybrids) because they are not of God and it is told in the Bible those cities and those people God showed no mercy upon them. The Amorites and Sodom and Gomorrah are two examples of this where God showed no mercy.  Other than this God’s Mercy, Grace, and Love are for all humans.  The Bible even states that hell was not made for people, but for the devil and his angels.

 

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