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astrobee

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Re: Near Death Experience
« Reply #25 on: November 10, 2007, 01:46:52 AM »
SeekerSA, you said:

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Don't you all find it strange that the hell NDE's get better press than the heaven NDE's?

Not strange, ironic. Secular media dwells on the positive NDEs, it's the Christian's that give the hellish ones better press. That is ironic.

I think what Cardinal wrote earlier sums up best what I've learned myself after reading hundreds of NDEs.

Souls that cannot overcome the malice, revenge, hatred, jealousy, etc are in for a rough ride.

He made us self-governing from the beginning.

My question is what happens to a 'Christian' who struggles with the above? (You will know them by their fruits)


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Re: Near Death Experience
« Reply #26 on: November 10, 2007, 05:49:19 AM »
 :cloud9: The same thing that happens with a non Christian. Salvation is not a one time experience. We were saved, we're being saved, we will be saved. Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling. The personal experience I shared with how the Lord taught me this, involved a Spirit filled Christian who had died, but had not overcome all at death. Blessings to you.....
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Andromeda_Organa

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Re: Near Death Experience
« Reply #27 on: December 14, 2008, 01:41:56 AM »
Don't you all find it strange that the hell NDE's get better press than the heaven NDE's?

Anything to support the myth I suppose :sigh:

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All I know is that when I picked up the book at a Christian bookstore, I heard God telling me not to read it. And when I'm on universalist websites, I feel the Lord telling me to read as much as I can  :happygrin:  The God I have a deep relationship with mirrors the God of universalism, not the God Bill Weiss serves. Besides, he's writing a series on Hell, which makes me think his god is money and not Yahweh.