ARE YOU GOING TO...
ARE YOU ABSOLUTLEY SURE YOU ARE SAVED? HOW DO YOU KNOW ?
WHY DISCUSS HELL?
Hello... My name is Thomas Jorglewich. I started my ministry and created this website to warn you about the reality of Hell. I DO NOT WANT YOU OR ANYONE YOU KNOW TO SPEND ETERNITY THERE! When you take a look at American Christianity, it is based more on godless social culture than it is on the Word of God. So many people are deceived into believing that because they prayed a prayer one time in their life, they are going to heaven. They haven't truly repented of their sins, and when they look around at others who profess to know Christ and see those people living just as they are and as the world does, they think, “Well, I must be saved because everyone in my church acts the same way I do."
I implore you to study the verses below and do what the Bible says and "Test Yourself" (Lamentations 3:40). Make sure you have truly repented from your sins. When I tested myself against God’s word and was being 100% honest about my so-called “repentance,” I was shocked at how wrong my original interpretation was. Had I died before realizing this, I would have been spending my eternity in Hell. Please don't make the same mistake I did!
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BIBLE VERSES THAT SHOULD MAKE YOU CONCERNED
There are many verses in the Bible that you should be testing yourself against on a regular basis, but these would be the top six that I found to be very disturbing in the wake of my Bible study in determining how my actions will affect where I spend eternity.
Jesus employed the most graphic language to describe what hell is like in the book of Matthew: fire (5:22; 18:9); eternal fire (18:8); destruction (7:13); away from his presence (7:23); thrown outside (8:12; 22:13; 25:30); blazing furnace (13:42); darkness (22:13; 25:30); eternal punishment (25:46); weeping and gnashing of teeth (8:12; 13:42; 13:50; 22:13; 24:51). Jesus twice used the word eternal (18:8; 25:46) to convey that the punishment of the unsaved would continue forever.
If you are still committing the same sins on a daily, weekly or monthly basis (Habitual Sin). You have not truly repented according to God's word and you will be judged on that fact when you stand before Him (Matthew 12:36; Romans 2:12).
True repentance begins with an unequivocal heart rending recognition of having defied God by embracing what He despises. The exact opposite of recognition is rationalization. The selfish attempt to justify one’s moral failings by any number of appeals: “I’m a victim; I’m only human; Everyone sins.” If this is you, God say's you are without excuse (Hebrews 10:26).
The focus of Jesus Christ’s mission was to call sinners to repentance: “I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance” (Luke 5:32). His call of absolute surrender goes out to all people: “But unless you repent, you too will all perish.” (Luke 13:5). In His farewell to the disciples, Jesus commanded that they take His message of repentance and faith to all the nations (Luke 24:47).
Repentance in the Bible involves a complete and irreversible change of mind, heart, and actions. Repentance recognizes that our sin is offensive to God. To repent means to make an about-face, heart-directed turn away from self to God, from the past to a future ruled by God’s commands, acknowledging that God reigns supreme over one’s existence.
If you would like to discuss anything on this website or would be interested in some personal help regarding how to get right with God. Please feel free to drop me a message on the contact form below and I will be back in touch shortly.
Thank you again for visiting, God bless and Godspeed!
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