We are bound to Earth by gravity. We depend on materials for nourishment. We learn from the physical world ways to better our lives. At present, science is king and savior of the world. We are moving away from God for the sake of material rewards. Faith in science and technology is replacing faith in God.
It doesn’t take much imagination to realize the long journey from our early state unto a pure spiritual state as being enormously extensive. We must also consider the fact that man might self destruct. This is highly probable, and believed to be an eventuality among many scientist.
We don’t have to be bound to the material; anyone can be born again in the name of Jesus, the Son of God; the Giver of Life. Love that is in the heart of a person makes him a leading candidate for receiving God’s Spirit; thereby, one receives a taste of eternal life now and forever. God’s presence has all things and spirit that has ever existed and ever will exist, locked into one eternal moment (logos).
Now, the question of hell should be addressed. Does God burn sinners in an eternal flame forever as punishment for rejecting Him? “God is Love.” God created all souls, and since God is all-knowing, than God has created souls who He knew would burn forever in hell. This is not a representation of an all loving God. Jesus said that God shall throw some souls into a lake of fire, an eternal flame, but did not state for how long. Preserving “God is love” to the optimum, we have God destroying a soul and creating a new soul for the person’s conscience, then returning this soul into “heaviness” for further disciplinary actions. This vary from the present “reincarnation” belief where an entity is chosen such as cows in which a soul enter when the soul returns into this world. The return into heaviness for further disciplinary actions can be other than this universe, and not any known form to mankind. It is totally activity only known to God; where love stops our theology stops.
*** Will Myers
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