Years ago, my friend Tom Lester wo traveled a bit with Bill Graham told me, “Billy Graham never preached a sermon without preaching about heaven, hell, sin, repentance, forgiveness and salvation.” Too many Pastors preach for the sugar jar these days, never preaching heaven and hell! The American Church us in tough shape, we see evil be carried out in America worse than ever. Our government is failing because it does not follow God. The Dems and GOP are lost. Too many Pastors and so-called Christians fell in love with politics. Oh My! What will Jesus talk to them about? The judgment seat of Christ involves a time in the future when believers will give an account of themselves to Christ. This is the plain teaching of Scripture: “We must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each of us may receive what is due us for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad” (2 Corinthians 5:10). The warning is to Christians, not unbelievers. As Jesus taught in His parable, the king is going to return, at which time he will require an account from his servants (Luke 19:11–26). More Here. Florida Pastor and Son Found Guilty For Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

From The Christian Post:

By Michael Brown, CP Op-Ed Contributor

We often hear people talk about “the problem of Hell,” meaning, “How could a good God send billions of people to an eternal Hell?” That is certainly a fair question. In fact, I devoted a chapter of my recent book on Why So Many Christians Have Left the Faith to that very issue. But have you ever asked yourself a very different question, namely, what if there was no future punishment at all? What kind of problems would that present? More Here

Got Questions states: It is interesting that a much higher percentage of people believe in the existence of heaven than believe in the existence of hell. According to the Bible, though, hell is just as real as heaven. The Bible clearly and explicitly teaches that hell is a real place to which the wicked/unbelieving are sent after death. We have all sinned against God (Romans 3:23). The just punishment for that sin is death (Romans 6:23). Since all of our sin is ultimately against God (Psalm 51:4), and since God is an infinite and eternal Being, the punishment for sin, death, must also be infinite and eternal. Hell is this infinite and eternal death which we have earned because of our sin. More Here

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