Have any of the people who "died" and were resuscitated real Apr 2, 2021 11:59:01 GMT -5 anna likes this
Post by fearnot on Apr 2, 2021 11:59:01 GMT -5
My words will be in this color
and Biblical scriptures in this color today
A new topic today is:
Have any of the people who "died"
and were resuscitated really gone to heaven or hell?
There are certainly many books written,
videos, and even movies
claiming to have gone to either Heaven or Hell,
when they 'died',
but then were resuscitated.
I will look a bit more in depth at why this is a dangerous concept,
but first a verse from God:
27 And inasmuch as it is appointed for men
to die once
and after this comes judgment,
I think it's is helpful, to get an idea of what
these people claim the see, hear, etc.
when in what they think is Heaven.
Firstly they are mostly about:
Me, Myself, and I...
Some don't even mention God or Jesus,
but even if they do,
it's a side footnote.
Here is another scripture to ponder:
13 No one has ascended into heaven,
but He who descended from heaven: the Son of Man.
The Son of Man
( is not plural)...
and it means Jesus.
For no one but Jesus,
came to earth from Heaven.
One famous book came out in 2011
'Heaven Is for Real'
which recounts four-year-old
Colton Burpo’s vision of heaven.
I don't know about you,
but I am not inclined to get the inside story of Heaven,
from some random 4 year old.
A 4 year old, who would have little Biblical knowledge,
but possible a good fanciful imagination
( as children that age can have).
For those who guide this people are leading them astray;
And those who are guided by them are brought to confusion.
Another best seller, 6 year old,
who said he went to Heaven
eventually admitted he made it all up,
and had not even read the Bible.
I personally, am not blaming
a 4 year old,
or a 6 year old,
but they had adults around them,
(not all the adults)...
However a book does not write itself,
or a movie film itself....
some of the adults,
profited big time,
via these children.
No one sues righteously and no one pleads honestly.
They trust in confusion and speak lies;
They conceive mischief and bring forth iniquity.
So it seems some are outright hoaxes
however, some could be hallucinations.
So many pitfalls...
A 'great' way to become confused,
especially, if you do not know,
what the Bible says....
33 for God is not a God of confusion but of peace,
as in all the churches of the saints.
1 Corinthians 14:33
There is a chance you are being outright lied to
reading someone else's confusion
(even a 4 year old).
You are also getting a false twisted 'gospel',
it's not 'good news'.
16 There are six things which the Lord hates,
Yes, seven which are an abomination to Him:
17 Haughty eyes, a lying tongue,
And hands that shed innocent blood,
I will look at this a bit more tomorrow.
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