Mankind Greatest Event – Not Attending is not an Option

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Hebrews 9:27. And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment

These events requires no invitation; not attending is not an option. One cannot dispute death because living gives evidence of such. However, one may choose not to accept the appointed judgment; if so, such is your choice (this message is not for you).

Given Hebrews 9:27, let us ask ourselves this rhetorical question:

Am I prepared for death, better yet AM I PREPARED FOR JUDGEMENT?

If you have no answer or if you find that you are not prepared, know this:

Matthew 18:11. For the Son of man is come to save that which was lost.

Seek Him not through works or human efforts, seek His Mercy….

Matthew 9:13. But go ye and learn what that meaneth, I will have mercy, and not sacrifice: for I am not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.

Good Day and God Bless
 

qtld

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Yes, we is Good to be Merciful, namely this is the Way, the Perfect Goodness. There is not "samsara" nor "karma", but there is Eternity, and the eternity is infinite/endless loop/cycle with absolutely recurrence/repeat, so that, one "death"(ie pain) = many "deaths"(pains) - the believers/clerics is Well (to) be enough Good to the neighbors(ie to the other human/soul beings) and enough Faithful to the true Lord God.

Revelation 14:11 "And the smoke(ie the destiny) of their(ie of all the) torment(pains) ascendeth up(ie will be repeat) for ever and ever(ie for/in each eternity/all eternities)"
 
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If I remember correctly, Jesus talked about karma in the bible. People often confuse karma with reincarnation, but what about instant karma, which is getting punished for stuff you did last week/month
 

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I think that might be a bit of a stretch, but I'm willing to entertain the though if you can provide some references.