US FEDERAL RESERVE'S UNITED FEDERATION OF NORTH AMERICA NOTE IS READY FOR CIRCULATION


US FEDERAL RESERVE'S UNITED FEDERATION OF NORTH AMERICA NOTE IS READY FOR CIRCULATION

Goodbye United States, hello North American Union?

READ WITH CAUTION: Don't know how much truth there is to this story from Canada, but there is no doubt about the overall plan of the international Banksters. Once they get Canada and the USA into one economic and political entity it will be Mexico's turn next. The portrait on the twenty note is Mandell House. A nice in your face touch if ever there was one...

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This is a huge step towards a one world government. My guess is there will be some national emergency that will involve Marshall law allowing the powers that be to use the same old tactics of us giving up our freedoms for the sake of safety , Of course this will all but destroy our constitution and bill of rights for that matter. Get ready to give up your guns , your religion (and we all know that means Christianity) and your freedoms America!!

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honestly....nothing surprises

honestly....nothing surprises me anymore...

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Amero

I do not doubt the strong possibility that the FED has the North American Union notes design in-process. However, I seriously doubt the credibility of this particular story and the corresponding note pictured. It looks good but there would probably be much more Illuminati/ Masonic symbolism on the real thing.

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Credible sources

I was compelled to revisit this post and follow it to the original link (posted below): its credibility is definitely questionable. (just look at some of the other headlines)

http://presscore.ca/2011/?p=2347

Can we please do a little research before posting some of these article. We could be doing a tremendous disservice as witnesses by unintentionally misleading fellow brothers and sisters by being haste and neglecting to perform a simple check on some of these more sensational articles

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We try to do some research

We try to do some research before posting articles, but we can't catch them all. I would suggest making use of the RATING system to cast your vote.

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Christians who follow the Bible and the Prophecy being fulfilled even by the hour, know this is coming SOON regardless of the "credibility" or lack thereof in this article.

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You guys are being silly

Mr Henry:
I thought the “rap” meter measured immanency in relation to the relevance of the news and not the accuracy of the articles?
Exiled:
"Whether it is true or not": WHAT????????? are you kidding me?

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I guess you cant read matthew

Go back and read my post before misquoting me and making yourself look bad. This is a HIGHLY reputable site and as the Administrator said, some articles may get through that arent fully accurate. If you dont like what is posted here, I am sure there are a lot of other places you can go. I dont argue, the Holy Spirit and the Bible do this for me, so I am finished here. Best of luck to you matthew, and I hope your reading comprehension improves.

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no reason to get defensive brother. peace be with you

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one way,

i get what you mean by one way or another we know it is coming, but not everyone on this site is aware, because there are people who visit this sight that who are not familiar with biblical prophecy. false news stories are only going to help 'wig people out' un-necessarily. also, do we reeealllllllyy need to pick at each other? can't we all get along?

on another note: anyone else feel bible prophecy/end times prophecy is never preached or spoken of in church?

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The "Church" is but a remnant

The so called church in the united states of SINERICA basically breaks down as follows (in no certain order for the top 3)...1) The OSAS (Once Saved Always Saved) heretical doctrine that teaches once you accept Christ you can be a murderer, rapist, pathelogical liar, or any other sin pattern, NEVER have to repent and still go to Heaven. 2) The prosperity doctrine: Give the church all your money and you will have a perfect life, God will give you ANYTHING you desire, whatever it is. If you are sick, poor, or have ANY other malady, then you are not living for Christ. 3) Universalism: EVERYONE goes to Heaven. and the last and VERY small: 4) Old fashioned Bible believing Christianity Church, that teaches and believes the Bible cover to cover. Oh and that is a resounding NO to your question on end times Bible Prophecy...they arent even teaching it in Seminary anymore...

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To exiledonmainstreet, I

To exiledonmainstreet, I would agree with everything you say here with the exception of being born again and then losing your salvation. If a person receives Gods "GIFT" of salvation, (which means they are truly born from above) then, NOTHING can separate them from the love of GOD. Romans 8:37,38,39 No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us. 38 For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, 39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Nothing means just that, nothing. Now, can saints of God still sin? YES ! Is it OK? NO ! But, we are sealed unto the day of redemption by the Holy Spirit of God. Eph4:30 And grieve not the holy Spirit of God, whereby you are sealed to the day of redemption. Amen?
You said "NEVER have to repent and still go to Heaven." If we are His children, then He will chasten us when we rebel. If we refuse to confess our sins and repent , then He will punish us, not as enemies, but as His children. We don't throw our children away when they rebel do we? How much more so would God, who gave His only begotten Son, and being bought with the precious shed blood of Jesus for our salvation? ( i'm going to insert a smiley face here to soften my tone) : ) Born again believers have fallen into gross sin, in the past , right now, and will in the future. It is not a condoning of purposeful sin , never the less, if you are one of His own then He is Mighty to keep that which has been given to Him.
Friend, what hope do we have in thinking that we, as fallen sinners can carry ourselves through until we enter eternity? My hope is in His strength, in His Mercy, in His eternal Word of promise. Rest in Him and Him alone saint, for His yolk is easy and His burden is light. ; ) Praise GOD For HE IS RISEN !!

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:::holding my sides::::

( i'm going to insert a smiley face here to soften my tone) : )

I wish you could see me laughing when I read this...I'm so proud of you I could pop! You listened!

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www.evangelicaloutreach.org/eternal-security.htm

If you can read this "non cherrypicked" link that PROVES what I say and STILL believe what you wrote above, then satan already has you my friend...I wont be back to check on this, I leave you to this link the Holy Spirit led me to and I leave with a clear conscience KNOWING I did God's Bidding. I also recieved one of my 23 Visions from God on this very topic last year and He instructed me to save this link and share it with those who like yourself, are heading to Hell unless you start following the WHOLE Bible, NOT your cherry picked Scripture...

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So, you don't sin any more

So, you don't sin any more then?? I would very much like to meet you. God knows I have been trying to achieve this for many years now. How do you do it? Seriously, if you have achieved this, how? Honest, the Lord (to HIM be the glory forever and ever) has given me victory over most aspects of the flesh I am trapped in but there is one last stronghold that despite my prayers and tears I haven't been able to see an end to. What's the secret?

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Amen

Amen Harbinger!
My thought on this subject is that it all boils down to a matter of perspective -from God's vs our own. I believe that once saved always saved -but how can you live life fully embracing that philosophy and still fear (& love) God. Worse, is that people who casually accept Jesus into their heart and then feel they have a license to do what they please (we could actually be unintentionally deceiving people into accepting a false sense of security). Once again the story of Peter, the person who denied Jesus three times, comforts me- he proves that the flesh cannot kill the spirit because Jesus has conquered sin. Jesus has all the power -and all my chips are placed with him.

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I believe in the gospel of grace

I place my faith and trust in God alone and not in anything I do. But as far as once saved always saved, I have always had this question.......How will the great falling away occur without a rejection of the gospel of grace? Please help me with this dilema. I have always believed they cannot fall away unless they first loved God.

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Those that call themselves

Those that call themselves "Christians" have already fallen away in my opinion. Simply look around. "God wants you to be rich!" "There is no Hell". "All paths ultimately lead to god (little g)". "The bible can't be taken to mean what it says" (pope even said this). "Christ is not the only way". There are many who say they are the church and are not [Rev 3:17]. I am not the judge of any man and I am a sinner. God knows who is legitimate. [Mat 7:3-5].

I believe that my Savior's sacrifice was sufficient. I try to live my life in a manner of respect to that sacrifice. To say that I can loose my salvation is like saying that the Blood will only cover just so much. That is saying that I can out-sin God to the point that he can not forgive me any more. Jesus loves me this I know, because the Bible tells me so. Yes, when I sin I run back to His arms and ask for forgiveness. If I don't immediately do so I feel utterly miserable until I do. And I realize that the poor decisions I make have had and will continue to have negative consequences on my current existence. I may suffer (and have suffered) the consequences in this life for my sinful behavior but I do not believe that I can sin enough that my Father will stop loving me or that the Blood will not wash it away [1Jo 1:9].

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Well said Harbinger, you know

Well said Harbinger, you know , the devil comes to kill steal and destroy and this lie about losing one's salvation is intended to undermine "what God said" . That lie sound's familiar....Oh yeah, the original lie of the serpent in the garden, "hath God said?". This is as old a lie as they come. If you have trusted Jesus Christ as your Savior then you "WILL NOT" depart from the truth. To fall away from the truth means you never had His "Christ's" Spirit in you...let's face fact's here, if Christ is in you then He's not going to let you follow doctrine;s of demon's without bringing the truth to your understanding. Mark 13:22 for there shall arise false Christs and false prophets, and shall show signs and wonders, that they may lead astray, if possible, the elect.

2Peter 2:9 The Lord knows how to deliver the godly out of temptations, and to reserve the unjust to the day of judgment to be punished: And if you believe a lie, He will lovingly correct you, as He has done to me many time's.
As Harbinger said, if the child of God is walking in darkness God will not give them peace until they return to the light of His truth.
If the child of God stumble's in sin, He is Faithful and Just to forgive us our sin's.
1John 1:9
not cast us to hell at the first mistake we make, someone may thing they do no sin, but we read in

1john 1:9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. 10 If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.
Who is the writer writing to?? Unsaved heathen?? Not hardly, he writes to believers.
Amen? REJOICE FOR HE IS RISEN

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HE IS RISEN, INDEED!

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Alleluia! Come quickly, LORD

Alleluia! Come quickly, LORD Jesus!

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great point

great point.
my thoughts regarding your question are #1: the rapture (grace doesn't change - but maybe people are forced to recognize and differentiate between the true gospel and all the mixed up, works based garbage they have been involved with)
2. (more of a question) after the great falling away, the flame has been put out on the last of the churches and the rapture has taken place -but the gospel message remains (for those who want & seek God). but without the HS, how are people saved during the trib?

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OSAS

Once saved, always saved. I have questions about this too.
1. What if someone turns their back on God, and starts worshiping something else. I think they would then "lose" their salvation. Right?
2. Aside from the day of our salvation, when we asked Jesus into our hearts, and accepted Him as Savior... is our walk. What if our walk becomes unfruitful or stagnant?
Our walk in Christ is a moment by moment process, a continual walk, a continual process of keeping Jesus at the center, as LORD of our lives? We need to truly understand the sacrifice He made for us on the cross, to understand that Jesus is GOD and became man, to redeem us, to carry our sins to death, to gain victory over death, to make a way for our salvation. If we don't continue to grow in Christ, then we stop bearing fruit, then we are like the fig tree in Matt 21:19-21. Jesus cursed the fig tree for not bearing fruit. So if our lives are no longer fruitful...?
3. The LORD said, "Many will say to Me on that day, 'Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles?' Matt 7:22 And then He will declare to them, "I never knew you..." Matt 7:23 ...Who are these people? Benny Hinn? So...is Benny Hinn saved? Was he once saved?

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Lemme reorient the question

Lemme reorient the question just a tad.

Scripture likens salvation to adoption into a family. I am sure that many of you have children or have been children :). Now, let us say that your daughter goes out, moves to the city, and becomes a prostitute. Would you love her any less? Would she be your daughter any less? She gets pregnant, she gets AIDS, becomes addicted to drugs. Would you love her any less? Is she still your child? Now, she calls from a pay phone and says, "Daddy, help me! Come bring me home!". Who of you wouldn't break the speed limit to make it that pay phone before she put down the receiver? Mat 7:11

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Amen Harbinger , and let me

Amen Harbinger , and let me add that the Bible calls salvation a "free gift" if you have received His free gift, then you have been sealed unto the day of redemption. Christ is able to keep that which has been given to Him.
1 Cor1:8,9 Who shall also confirm you to the end, that you may be blameless in the day of our Lord Jesus Christ 9 God is faithful, by whom you were called to the fellowship of his Son Jesus Christ our Lord.

Also, if I am able to undo what Almighty God has done (i.e. salvation) then , #1. I didn't have what i thought i had.
or # 2. GOD is not GOD. This is just a thought to ponder over.

I posted a response to Exiled about this question above. Lords Blessings

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In the Parable of the Sower,

In the Parable of the Sower, you have 4 people who hear the Word of God.
One who does not understand and the evil one comes and snatches the seed "sewn on the road" away. Matt 13:19. One hears, "the seed being sewn on rocky places", and receives with joy, but without a firm root, quickly falls away when affliction comes Matt 13:21.
One who hears, the seed being "sewn among the thorns", but is choked by the deceitfulness of wealth and worries of the world, becomes unfruitful and falls away. Matt 13:22
And the one who hears, and understands, the seed "sewn on good soil", and bears fruit. Matt 13:23
So 1 in 4 people, basically, who hear the Gospel, will accept the seed.
My question, when Jesus says the seed is "sewn", is this an acceptance of the free gift of salvation? Or, is it, they have just heard the Word, but not yet acted on it. It seems that the "seed" has been accepted/sewn into the soil (whether roadside, rocky, thorny, good), a.k.a. the heart, but the condition of the heart is what is being considered here.
A true understanding of the price Jesus paid for us, who Jesus is, the King of Kings and LORD of Lords, leads to the right condition of the heart. A sincere acceptance of salvation. This then cannot be taken away.

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I had been writing that post

I had been writing that post for awhile and thought it was interesting that we both were talking about the seed parable, back to back, Maranatha, when I published it.

I do think it's a heart condition issue that you refer to above. God knows our hearts, and He knows when we are sincere.

It reminds me of a women's Bible study group I was in years back. I was sharing an experience my husband/I had during our infertile years.

For background, you have to know that walking the infertility path is an especially touchy one as a Christian. It was so important to us, with so many decisions/options being thrown at us, that we were walking according to God's will. We had prayed about adoption periodically for 8 or 9 years and had never received God's prompting. However, we knew that if God did give us the go-ahead on it that it would be about His precision timing (our baby would be coming).

So I was sharing with my Bible study table about how someone in my life (a doctor) brought up the adoption subject again. I hadn't asked God's leading on it in awhile, and something about the conversation was resonating for me. As I was praying about it on the way home, I threw out a Gideon's fleece. I asked God for a specific sign. First thing I could think of was a rainbow since I was looking at the blue sky while driving.

Two days later, when my husband & I were in the car, he grabbed my leg while looking up and said, "Honey, remember that prayer of yours?" I looked up into this brilliantly blue sky, on a beautiful sunny day without a cloud or raincloud in site, and there it is. A rainbow like we've never seen, pointing straight up. Not in arc form, not big, not on a rainy/sunny day. We knew it was God's answer.

We started the adoption process and from then on God showered us with rainbows. A double rainbow on a significant day of the adoption process, a Scripture card with a rainbow on it in my Grandmother's old chest of drawers that we were going to use in the nursery, a light fixture whose prisms surprisingly covered our nursery room in tiny rainbows at a certain time of day. It was beautiful. God was showering us with rainbows. And nine months later, our little boy came to us. The adoption agency said it was one of the quickest adoptions they had ever had (again, God's timing).

So, back to the Bible study. The table leader was incredibly offended by my Gideon's fleece story. She said we were not to test God. And she's right, we're not. But God knew the state of my heart in that moment when I threw out the Gideon's fleece. I wasn't asking Him to prove His existence to me. I was asking for specific direction regarding His will for me at a pivotal time in my life. He knew the state of my heart, my sincerity, and He knew I would act when He answered my prayer.

I think He reads our hearts in salvation as well.

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I thought it was interesting

I thought it was interesting as well when I read your post about the Parable of the Sower. :) I think we both made the same point. It is not enough to say it, we must believe in our hearts He is LORD, He is our Savior, He is God!

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I, too, place my faith in God

I, too, place my faith in God alone and not acts. And I've had the same question as you, Kingskid, run around in my brain. Especially when you see people around you, that supposedly were once "Christian," reject it completely. I have come to see that we cannot read hearts. We can look at fruits, the way they're living; whether or not they are walking in God's Word, but only God really knows if that heart is sealed by Him.

I think of the seed parable and then my own surrender. I used to think I was a Christian when I was younger. I believed in Jesus, that He died for us; but notice the "us." It wasn't personal to me yet. The seed fell on the "rocky soil" of my life and worldly things overtook the roots. Then one night, in my mid 20s, I acknowledged the true meaning of Jesus' sacrifice for me, repented of my sins, and received Him as Lord of my life. That's when I changed, my life changed and I felt God's circumcision of my heart. He sealed it forever.

I look at this Scripture:

Now here is the explanation of the story I told about the farmer sowing grain: The seed that fell on the hard path represents those who hear the Good News about the Kingdom and don’t understand it. Then the evil one comes and snatches the seed away from their hearts. The rocky soil represents those who hear the message and receive it with joy. But like young plants in such soil, their roots don’t go very deep. At first they get along fine, but they wilt as soon as they have problems or are persecuted because they believe the word. The thorny ground represents those who hear and accept the Good News, but all too quickly the message is crowded out by the cares of this life and the lure of wealth, so no crop is produced. The good soil represents the hearts of those who truly accept God’s message and produce a huge harvest–thirty, sixty, or even a hundred times as much as had been planted.

Jesus describes four situations here and only in the last one does He use the words "truly accept God's message." So most of our questions about what we see around us in fallen "Christians" really is a matter of whether or not they are people who have "truly accept(ed) God's message" (i.e. Christians). For the ones who have truly received Jesus in their hearts, I prefer to think of it as Once Sealed, Always Sealed. Makes it clearer for me than the other option.

Here is some more Scripture support:
1 John 3:10

So now we can tell who are children of God and who are children of the Devil. Anyone who does not obey God’s commands and does not love other Christians* does not belong to God.

Now the Bible does talk about supposed "Christians" who "keep on sinning." I believe this means people who don't walk in Jesus' Way but in the way of the world. It says they were never His in the first place.
1John 3:7-9

Dear children, don’t let anyone deceive you about this: When people do what is right, it is because they are righteous, even as Christ is righteous. But when people keep on sinning, it shows they belong to the Devil, who has been sinning since the beginning. But the Son of God came to destroy these works of the Devil. Those who have been born into God’s family do not sin, because God’s life is in them. So they can’t keep on sinning, because they have been born of God.

But true Christians still sin, still fall. The difference is we have a Teacher in our lives who calls us back; the Holy Spirit.
1 John 5:16

If you see a Christian brother or sister sinning in a way that does not lead to death, you should pray, and God will give that person life. But there is a sin that leads to death, and I am not saying you should pray for those who commit it.

I would be interested in seeing other Brothers'/Sisters' views on this, too. I do know that the more mature I get in our Faith, the more I can tell if a Christian is truly a Christian. Much more so than when I was a new Christian.

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Pruning

We have a part where Jesus is telling us that the branch that produces not fruit is cut off or pruned so that it may produce better. I am a mastergardner and know that if the branch that causes the headache is left to continue without fruit it will eventually cause the whole tree to be barren. If you are part of the tree and recieve pruning in part you will continue to thrive in that tree....but if you cannot become fruitful with the pruning you will be completely cut off so the rest of the tree can live. This is how I see the body of Christ, just my perspective from a gardening point of view. And please know that I am not the judge of who needs pruned but I can look at the fruit.

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backslidden

i know we are saved by grace, i've always thought that while i was in my backslidden state that if Jesus would have came back... i would have been left behind...in Luke 12:27 Jesus told the worker's of iniquity to depart from Him. Jesus tells us to abide in Him and He will abide in us.... John 15:4... notice that in order for Jesus to abide in us, we must abide in Him i.e. we must walk with Him and in His Spirit...

Galations 5:24-25 - And they that are Christ's (belong to Him)have crucified the flesh with the affections and lusts.If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit.
why are we supposed to walk in the Spirit? according to Galations 5:16 if we do this: [This] I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh.

my point is saying this is: if you are in a backslidden state, you are willfully sinning against God...as i was when i was backslidden ( Thank God for His Mercy enduring forever!! HALLELUJAH!!) hence forth you are not walking in the Spirit nor abiding in Christ.

however, as in the parable of the prodigal son.... When i came to myself, my Saviour was waiting for me with open arms and was happy at my return. we do have an Advocate with the Father 1 John 2:1. We all are not perfect, and as long as we are in this flesh, we will be tempted and have short comings and when we do stumble, we can confess our sins to our Heavenly Father and He will forgive us 1John 1:9-10.

i just think that if we are saved and then decide to turn our back on God and do our own thing and we don't repent and come back to God (like the prodigal son came to himself and returned to his father)...if Jesus were to return , that individual would be left or if they were to die.. would be told to depart into the lake of fire.

even if there is a possibility that the OSAS doctrine may be correct.... i wouldn't want to chance it or even try to find out.... i don't believe that the bible contradicts itself... How can God be just and allow a saved individual who continues to willfully practice sin enter into heaven but an unsaved person practicing the same sin has to go to hell?

1 corithians 6:9 -10 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.

Revelation 21:8 - But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death

revelation 21:7 - He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son.

revelation 21:27 - And there shall in no wise enter into it any thing that defileth, neither [whatsoever] worketh abomination, or [maketh] a lie: but they which are written in the Lamb's book of life.

also note what revelation 3:5 says -He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name before my Father, and before his angels.

he that overcomes, will not have theirname BLOTTED OUT of the Book of Life. why would Jesus say that? is it possible that a person's name could be blotted out? i don't want to chance it.. once we close our eyes..it's over. no more chances no more excuses.. we can't say i want to go back and try this again....

i just put my trust in Jesus, and pray that He will give us understanding of His Word. Let us continue to abide in Him, our Saviour and Redeemer and let's continue to reach the lost while we can!

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