Tag Archives: Eternal Life

Does God of the Holy Bible hate sinners?

Yes, God hates sinners, and that is why God sends all sinners who do not repent and accept Jesus Christ as their personal LORD and Savior to eternal torture chamber in Hell, where there is eternal burning fire and gnashing of teeth.

If God loved sinners who do not repent and accept Jesus Christ as their personal LORD and Savior, then He would not send them to Hell.  Would you send someone to eternal torture without any chance of redemption ever if you loved them?  But it is because God hates sinners who do not repent that He sends them to be tortured forever in Hell.  There is no getting out, once you are in Hell.  Not ever!

Hell is a very real place, where God sends all sinners who refuse to repent and accept Jesus Christ as their personal LORD and Savior.  People who are not born-again Christians will all go to Hell and be tortured forever in the Hell fire.

Are 1.3 million Americans dying of cancer, every year, because of their sins?


There are a few exceptions, but the exceptions prove the rule.

If you have cancer now and are suffering for it, then you should quietly ask yourself in the presence of your God what you have done wrong to be punished by God.

God can cause your cell to develop abnormally to be cancerous when you are adamant about opposing God or your sin is serious.  God will give you cancer, even if God forgives you for the serious sin.  God is fair.  If you have adultery but the Christian who sits next to you at church does not, then it is fair that God gives you punishment that shows that God is fair.  You must distinguish between eternal punishment and punishment on earth.  Adam and Eve went to Heaven because they are believers, but they were cast out  of the Garden of Eden and made to suffer on Earth and get physically sick and experience physical death because they ate something that God told them not to eat.  Simple as that.  God punishes on earth, even though God may let you into Heaven because of your repentance.

Examples of sins for which you could get cancer as God’s punishment for your sin:

(1) Adultery (having sex with someone who you are not married to)

(2) Having had abortion (killing your unborn child)

(3) Supporting or tolerating homosexuality in society, by voting for politicians who have open platform of supporting pro-gay marriage laws.

Etc. Etc.

God punishes believers for their sins.  This is clear in the Bible.

Even if God forgives you for your sin and you go to eternal life in Heaven, you will suffer on earth for every single sin that you commit.

God is fair to those who keep God’s Word.  God is fair to those who go against God’s Word.  God is fair.  God is just.

If you have cancer, you should quietly reflect before God what sin you committed to be punished with cancer.  If you did not repent, then you should.  But you should know that despite the fact that God will forgive you for your sin when you repent, even if you may go to eternal life in Heaven, you WILL suffer on this earth for sins you committed.

God is fair to those who uphold God’s Law.  God is fair to those who oppose God’s Law.  God is fair.  God is just.



Did Nazi soldiers go to Heaven?

Of course, Nazi soldiers who accepted Jesus Christ as LORD and Savior God went to Heaven.

You are not saved by your own works, but by the grace of God.  Every Nazi soldiers, regardless of how many Jews they personally put in the gas chamber during the Holocaust, went to eternal life in Heaven, if they accepted Jesus Christ as their personal LORD and Savior.

You are “born again” because of your faith in Jesus Christ.  You are saved through faith, and not because of your own good works.

Was King David punished for his actions?

It is important to read the Bible and let the Bible speak to you.  Some preachers say that “God does not punish”.  This statement by some preachers is wrong in light of the Bible.  God does punish believers.  God punishes Christians.  This is clear from the history of King David.

King David committed adultery with Bathsheba and had her husband fight at the front of the line, increasing his likelihood of death.  Technically, King David did not murder him, himself.  King David just increased the likelihood of his adulterous lover’s husband dying in the battle by placing him at the front of the battle line.  Bathsheba’s husband was an officer in Israel’s army, so it is not strange for him to fight at the front of the battle lines.

However, because King David’s intention was to have him killed in war.  Such is an adulterous heart.  King David coveted Bathsheba, another man’s wife, and he acted with an evil heart to get what he wanted.

Obviously, in regards to Bathsheba, King David did physically commit adultery with Bathsheba, thereby breaking the letter of the law (and not only the intent).

Did God punish King David?

Yes.  King David’s baby with Bathsheba died, and the Bible shows that this was the punishment by God.  God could have taken King David’s life, but for many parents, it is far more painful to live with the memory of the death of their child than to die themselves.

God did punish King David.

Did God forgive King David?


The Bible says that God forgave King David and even said that King David had a pure heart.

For every sin that you commit on this earth, you will be punished according to your sin, even if God forgives you for that sin.  There is always consequences for sin on this earth.

You may go to heaven, because God forgives sins, but you will suffer on this earth for your sin.  The history of King David as recorded in the Bible is a concrete proof of this Bible Truth.

This Bible Truth is found all over the Bible from the Book of Genesis to the Book of Revelations.  So, think twice before committing your next sin.  You will be punished on this earth and suffer for your sin, even if you go to heaven after being forgiven of that sin.

Greater the sin, greater the punishment.  God punishes according to the (evil) degree of the sin on this earth, even after He forgives you and allows you to go to Heaven.

God is just.  God is fair.

Can you go to hell after going to church, every Sunday, for 80 years of your life?


Unless you are born again, you will go to eternal damnation in Hell, when you die.

To be born again, you must accept Jesus Christ as your Savior God and LORD and proclaim it publicly as a testimony to your friends and neighbors.

Going to church is good, but it is merely outward action.  Judas Iscariot went everywhere with Jesus Christ during all of Jesus Christ’s ministry, but Judas Iscariot went to eternal damnation in Hell because he betrayed Jesus Christ.

Jesus Christ knew Judas Iscariot’s heart, and that is why at the Last Supper, Jesus Christ pointed out that the Betrayer was in the midst of the inner circle.

Outwards actions do not mean anything if not accompanied by genuine submission to God in one’s heart.

A person who refuses to submit to the Bible probably is not truly born again.  A person who want to protect homosexuals from criminal justice system and from being imprisoned/executed by national law is opposing the Law of God, which clearly emphasizes this need for the criminal legal process against homosexuals.

That person, regardless of how many years he or she has gone to church, will most likely go to eternal damnation in Hell.

True born again heart submits to the Word of God.

Although only God knows the heart and only God is the judge, there are indicators on earth which shows what a person’s heart is.  A truly born again heart submits to the Law of God, which is the Word of God, the Holy Bible.

Why would a loving God make people of Flint, Michigan suffer from bad water?

God is God of love.

God is God of justice.

In the Holy Bible, God’s punishments are seen as an extension of God’s love.

When your child does something wrong, you would ground him or spank him,  Why?

Because you love him and want him to be good.

You are afraid that if you do not discipline him, then he might end up in juvenile detention or in jail.

You love your child, so you are trying to prevent worse from happening.

The Holy Bible emphasizes that God punishes because He loves.  So, God would kill several thousand Israelites, so that others who survive God’s judgement may go back to the Bible and follow God.

This idea is emphasized in the Book of Judges as is in all other books of the Bible.

Jesus Christ constantly talked about hell and eternal damnation, because that is what happens to those who do not accept Him as their LORD and Savior.

Talking about Hell is, in essence, a way to talk about Heaven.

It is important that God will punish, even to the point of killing many people in a nation, to bring the majority back to God and the Word of God.

The Bible emphasizes that God punishes because God loves.

Yes, the loving God punishes and even kills in divine punishment, so that all the people in that nation will not go to eternal damnation in Hell.

God’s punishment in Flint, Michigan, is an evidence of the love of God.