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Friday, 22 September 2017
 
Now For The Big

NOW FOR THE BIG QUESTION. WILL YOU GO TO HEAVEN OR HELL?

Consider this. You are standing in a court of law, guilty of a serious crime. There is a $1,000,000 fine. The judge says, “You are guilty”. Anything to say before I pass sentence? You answer, “Yes, judge. I'm sorry for what I have done. Please forgive me”. Can a good judge let you go simply because you say that you are sorry, or that you won't do it again? Of course not. There is a MILLION DOLLAR fine that must be paid. However, if someone pays the fine for you, can the judge then let you go? Yes; once the fine has been paid, your debt to the law has been satisfied and the judge can set you free.

In the same way, each of us is guilty before God, and He will not let us go simply because we say that we are sorry or that we won't do it again. We have a God who is just and perfect by his nature, he can be no other way. And of course, we should be sorry, and we shouldn't do it again. However, the fine for our crime must still be paid.

Ask yourself, don't you want a judge that is honest and fair in all his decision or would you want the fate of your eternal sole judged by a corrupted judge? If we die in our sins, the Bible makes it clear that we will go to hell. Does that concern you, it sure does me? According to the Bible, hell is a place of eternal, conscious torment, where "the worm dies not, and the fire is not quenched"; there is "weeping and gnashing of teeth;' "everlasting punishment;' "shame and everlasting contempt;' and "eternal fire... the blackness of darkness for ever:' I don't want to go to hell, and God doesn't want us to go to hell.

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