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Where does Jesus fit into this picture? Evidently Americans believe the The Bible says, "for out of the heart are the issues of life. You'll never be alone. Only God has the Power to use such Knowledge for the greater good of every human being ever blessed with life. Him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in His Own Blood" Revelation 1:
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Discovering God's Will for Your Life. And They Shall Prophesy. The Word from God's heart causes our hearts to be clean, when we heed it and claim it, and God's Word will do the same for those whom we seek. Thy Word is Truth" John You will see hearts change. He that abideth in Me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: These things are good and profitable unto men. And since "even a child is known by his doings, whether his work be pure, and whether it be right" Proverbs Discernment is the God-given derivative that comes as a result of studying God's Word, to "those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil" Hebrews 5: Unrighteousness, whether found in the hearts of the backslidden, or found in the hearts of those who have never confessed to belong to Christ, can be seen and known by judging conduct.
Actions are the outgrowth of "the thoughts of the heart" 1Chronicles This is the sense in which the Bible uses the term, fool.
Finney New Window If the wicked are "without excuse" 1: If God can change a heart, then why do so many hearts go to Hell? Simply put, because even though God is "longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance" 2Peter 3: Because it will be known He did all the nature of the case admitted, to save those who are lost--that when they had forfeited their lives, He took not the forfeiture at their hands.
But when they infinitely deserved damnation, He pitied and spared, and sent his Son to die for them--that they refused salvation either by the law or gospel--that they would neither obey the law, nor repent and be forgiven--that nothing that infinite love could do for them, could persuade them to accept salvation. His sending them to hell after manifesting so great a desire to save them, will most impressively demonstrate and illustrate his holiness and justice.
So great was his pity and love for them, that He would sooner die Himself, in their behalf, than send them to hell, and yet so great is his holiness and justice, that when they refuse salvation upon the only principles that can reconcile justice and mercy, he does not hesitate to send them to the depths of hell. If an earthly sovereign should order his own children to execution, for rebellion against the laws, would not this be an impressive exhibition of his regard to public order, and of attachment to the principles of his government?
What an amazing reluctance did God manifest in the Atonement, to sending sinners to hell. And after such an exhibition of bleeding mercy, if He is obliged to send them to hell, how infinitely honorable to Him, will be such an exhibition of his Holiness and Justice. The damnation of the finally impenitent, will greatly increase public confidence in God. What a glorious magistrate is this, how infinitely desirous to avoid public execution, and yet so attached to the principles of his government, so in love with order, so high and holy in his regard to the public interests as to sentence his own children to an eternal hell, if they persist in rebellion, and those very children for whom his love is so great as to have laid down his own life for them!
What must the universe think of a sovereign that could do this! What an infinitely holy and glorious king is this! And how must such an exhibition as this establish forever the confidence of all holy beings in Him and his government. The damnation of the wicked, as rejecters of the gospel, will give to the law of God great power. The death of Christ has magnified the law, and made it honorable, has manifested God's great regard for it, and demonstrated that, sooner than repeal it, or suffer it to be trampled under foot, he would have his own Son to die, that a way might be opened for setting aside its penalty in consistency with the honor of its precept.
The damnation of the wicked, will greatly strengthen the power of his law, by showing that so high is God's regard for it, that when so costly an expedient for setting aside its penalty had failed to subdue the sinner, he would execute his penalty upon him notwithstanding his love and compassion for him were infinitely great. That God has great delight in the Atonement of Christ. That a full exhibition of Christ must do great good, whether men are saved or lost. That such an exhibition of Christ will produce great and manifest changes in the character of those who hear. It is both a decorative feature and fundraiser.
Some synagogues have raised money by inscribing congregation member's names in a "book of life" as a tribute to their financial generosity.
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