Heavy on the images and verses, without forethought, but... why not? Spin on a bit from Valour In The UK (1.) and the example in Richard D Hall as a man of valour. Not a Christian, so what about heaven/hell considerations? Another go and explain why the dilemmas are there but why am not with the Reformed/Calvinist, or Arminian; that everything is eternal... including us. The soul, that can never die, is their position.
First the valour tag and Richard. For a start, unconvinced by some of his output. Not a believer and doubter, but..., his on the ground, flagging up the falsies, is the best online-video reportage.
Contend the subjects covered and importance, goes beyond the criminal element and legal accountability. Maintain it has wide-reaching unseen relevance. Richard is serving the Gospel and God because these activities have significant dynamics for the demonic and darkness. It's about the need to keep the church down, and thereby render our hope-less not more of imminent suffering and God 's lost opportunity.
No doubt the Catherine Austin Fitts vid on (1.) will explain the C-19 scam was cover for the financial takedown and thereby all our freedoms. Don't pretend 'all' means some, or a restrictive tech-heavy future... all, that we ...all live with, on an assumption is part of contemporary life.
What gets me is the dumb-arse understanding and deny it.
A perfect picture were the traders with foreknowledge of 9/11 in the second hit-building, doing put-options and betting against the plane companies for hours. Killed..., making a 'killing' eh?
Can't get Peter Hitchens telling Owen Jones out my head and explaining how he won't like what he prescribes on truthscoop.net/milo-yiannopoulos and the vid. Giddy-eyed utopianism.
As Catherine Austin Fitts has told people; we need to get immediate and urgent, and disconnect one another, one-at-a-time. Get on gossiping the Gospel, as the vulnerabilities of the enemies side remain, as long as we have cash and can put down the mobile connection.
Catherine years... (be a decade ago), cited Judges 7 and Gideon causing the Midianites to turn on each other. Yeah, the noise can be effective and with faith, in prayer...?
Why not 'eternal conscious punishment' and yet a second, hell-describing, death. Why not definitive who and gets that who 'take their chances' or don't believe destruction and consciousness end?
For starters the inconsistency in the scriptures and inability for the Reformed-side to explain the difficulties, unless pushed in academic theological discourse.
1) The need for our indestructible and somehow 'we always existed, and always will' thinking is by and large a pre-requisite of the hell-eternal belief.
Not a common-held Hebrew (Jewish) Theological view that God is somehow 'outside time' and in all our yesterdays and today. All humanity at some pre-time beginning and supposed close of linear time?
Truthscoop.net/judeophobia - should do the 'J' Q post tomorrow and previous plan for the April 'two opposing' posts.
For now, let's agree there are two views but the eternal-hell promotors don't accept another one exists with any cred.
2) The per-ordain the lot, are right by me and Richard doesn't get 'saved' because of works but they've decided through the unwavering allegiance to the Augustine, Luther and Calvin lineage to put the question in the irrelevance box.
The argument is God made/saw born, the vast majority of people to an assigned horror forever, making all creation a privilege of an arbitrary pre-chosen elite.
For the Arminian-thinking Christian it's a somehow both/and yet they're on tough ground and theologically establish.
3) Accepted Biblical metaphor, hyperbole and a language used in a particular dramatic and unfolding ('apocalyptical') way is dismissed in the talk of the afterlife.
4) The motive to evangelise and pray for people to become Christians is said to be all about the saving from hell. It's what happened and was decided in the 'past' and so must be the only way.
How about the contemporary reluctance to 'come to Christ' based on a sense of unexplainable justice and the ever-last/suffer theology? The continents and never heard even the name of Jesus, or know much at all about.
5) The 'bang' Richard has written about and biggest bang of our day and the 'no virus hypothesis' are dismissed by almost all I met and the same can't-quest-hell peep.
The lies over truth and darkness over light is an unseen dynamic. No time here to explain but have and will dig back and re-comment on the final two posts to come.
Richard is valour filled -alleging- truth teller, against a flow of genuine opposition that's 'Christian' in attitude. It's what God desires but the heart of it is that God wants... us, each and every one.
Call God an attention seeker? Yup.
God has love that seeks relationship and engagement in a passion and intensity that drives our world on.
As to who and how the mercy can be found, there's a degree of openness and an honest perspective, over certainty and traditions?
Dr. Sam Bailey and husband Mark are Christians and with valour-busting in their mission and love.
Richard isn't moving with 'faith' (am guessing/don't know for sure) but is into valour, honour and that is/has, 'God about it' and therefore God into and around.
God loves truth and justice, and Richard and all.
Nothing posted here for Christians.
Aim is with God and getting alone. A full-time occupation to go out and do street-based evangelism. Looks like Scotland on the way to a bunch of towns in the North of England. In plenty-consternation over those I meet doing likewise and meet with God.
The message will be give-all and nothing explained about the post-death life will be easy, but... nor will it be an invite to amble into a local church for a half-light life.
The challenge isn't 'hell' it's 'get into God like there's nothing else doing'.
Can share that way and agree-difference but be at one with and any stream and the broad evangelical-ish church. Do I see it? Not for me to judge/know but the discontent is there. Christians put on a confident and satisfied pose but should we..?
How about a prophetic non-Christian(?) such as Richard D Hall?
A dismissed heathen or what-have-you? Straight and narrow should, and can be, as wide in mercy as far as God goes? The Reformed instance and their mysterious yet certainty, require and beg for inspection, and God-speaking-into, re-thinking.
As for the reach-out and sit in humility and compassion?
All me jus' blabbin' eh.
Don't so care as inspiring church-goers are few and all missing the salt and light.
Lost mine for yonks and decades on-and-off but now... God is here and getting my attention and life and love.