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"Therefore I am full of the wrath of the Lord; I am weary of holding it in. Pour it out on the children in the street and upon the gatherings of young men also; both husband and wife shall be taken, the old folk and the very aged...Hear, O earth; behold I am bringing evil upon this people...I will lay before this people stumbling blocks against which they shall stumble; father and sons together, neighbor and friend shall perish." (Jeremiah 6:11,19,21)
"The Lord has made everything for its purpose, even the wicked for the day of trouble." "They stumble because they disobey the word as they were destined to do... creatures of instinct, born to be caught and killed." "...vessels of wrath, made for destruction." "...they were long ago designated for condemnation." (Proverbs 16:4; 1 Peter 2:8; 2 Peter 2:12; Romans 9:22; Jude 4)
God's Wonderful Plan
Who told you God loves you?
Did your church minister tell you that "gospel"? Perhaps you got it out of a do-it-yourself salvation booklet which told you you could invite Jesus into your heart. Perhaps you got it from listening to the Pope say that all hatred should be eliminated from the earth. Well it will be, but not the way he thinks, and he himself will learn this the hard way. It is right to hate murder and child molestation and rape and falsehood and all kinds of immorality and wickedness. "Hate evil and love good." (Amos 5:15) Listen to the real prophets and apostles if you have the stomach for it. God does not let some evils slip through or wink at them as your Christian counselor would have you believe. No sin gets by Him or coexists in His presence.
God is Love and God is also Light and Truth. And He is One. Religious devotees who say God is Love as though that were the whole truth are cunning deceivers. He abhors the darkness of sin, especially the sin of religion, any system which seeks to substitute its own ideas for His revealed truth. God's anger against sin is the absolute ultimate in hatred, relentless and never ending. It is called His wrath. So great is it that He did not spare His only Son from being forsaken, utterly isolated in darkness when he took the sin of others upon himself, when Christ himself cried out, "My God!" rather than his usual and intimate address, "My Father." The wages of sin is indeed death but the critical difference here is that Christ, not having any sins of his own to bear, could not be held by the grave. That is not the case for anyone else in history; not Mary, not Buddha, not Muhammad nor any other individual since the foundation of the world.
All those caught with one tiny flaw on the Last Day will find that God does not have a wonderful plan for their lives. In fact the Bible makes it clear repeatedly that God is "great and terrible" and so is His plan: great for a small minority while the vast majority encounter an entirely different and terrible fate. It will be awesome (full of astonishment) but hardly "wonderful" in the Christian meaning of that word.
How can the few who will find God's plan truly marvelous possibly make it to the right place without a single sin to their account? Who are they? What will happen to the others? Who are the others? Where do you stand? Don't tell yourself you do not know or are not sure. And don't let any priest or churchman tell you that God has a wonderful plan for you. They haven't the faintest idea. Jesus said they were the blind leading the blind into the same pit. You cannot afford to trust them with your eternity. Find out the facts for yourself. What have you got to lose? Everything in a world without end. Find out now in The Truth Which Sets Free.