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Will everyone go to heaven?


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2011-10-16 09:22:31
2011-10-16 09:22:31

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no... If u are truly saved by jesus christ(wich is the ONLY way to be saved) you will go to heaven. if u have not been saved then you will burn in the lake of fire in hell

*You must first believe in Jesus Christ and then start the amazing life of love and forgiveness that comes after that. The Bible or other Christians (followers of Jesus) can help you, and even better is prayer, which is talking to God. It is really a great thing and you should do it so that you will go there!

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You go to Heaven per God, the Creator, Mercy if:
  • You worship God as the one and only one God with no partner, no son, no companion, no associate and no equivalence,
  • do ritual worships
  • follow God commands as for what to do and what not to do
  • You do good deeds for the benefit of yourself, family, neighbors, community, mankind, and environment
  • maintain good morals

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Everyone will be judged but believers will go to heaven and unbelievers will go to hell.

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well in a religious term you'll go to heaven if your good for your religion (and go to the hells of all other religions) and go to hell if your bad. but in my term everyone goes to hell as heaven has to be heaven for everyone, and people just can't get along. However this allows for one person to be in heaven as he/she isn't with anyone else. so see you in hell ;)

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The Underworld in Greek mythology is a place where everyone goes when they die, the bad the good, everyone. There is no heaven or hell. In Christian mythology it is thought the good people go to Heaven while the bad people or 'sinners' go to Hell.


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