- Aug 16, 2021
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I am sorry, I was looking for another post of you that someone replied to and I run into this one b4 I've found the other. The question you asked is simply brilliant. Also, there is Karmic factor they deleted out of the bible.Does Yahweh not negate free will every time he murders someone who wants to live?
Scriptures are clear that Yahweh does not offer or allow free will.
In response to your question, I want to say that a person who gets murdered, although it appears injustly at first, they actually might have been as a full payment to their previous life's deeds. There are references to karma and its implications aaaaaalll over the bible, new as well OT.
Of course the crooks want the whole thing to appear to be about money since it is the main driver, getting the dorks to empty out their wallets into their coffers is the only thing they give shit about. But there is more to those quotes than meets the eye."...For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” -/Luke 6:38
As you probaly know Jesus Taught reincarnation and they did as best as they could to clean it outta the bible. But they lefts so much behind in plain view. The Catholic church even addressed that openly claiming if people believe that they will have another chance, to get their act toghether, in an another life, they will not try hard enough in this one. So they brough in Hell to scare the shit out of them and force them to terrorizingly comply.
There is a double side to this. And that is, Hell makes the Church God instead of God himself. Verses, if there is reincarnation, God remains in charge at the end of the full journey. and church is just another post sign. etc.
Also, Obadiah 1:15 spells it out:
Many will usually go "Ha, that confirms hell is true." But that's not it. It could mean that Karma is around the corner or it will be executed in next life over. There are numerous biblical hints which back that up. The boldest of which in my opinion is Malachi 4:5,6 coupled with a verse in Matthew where Jesus tells the apostles about how Eliajah came back(reincarnated as malachi 4 says he will) but the Jews beheaded him as John the baptist. Now this tells it all. According to the bible and not to me:The day of the LORD is near for all nations. As you have done, it will be done to you; your deeds will return upon your own head.
If there is a heaven and hell. And we know based on the OT how A greaat of a prophet Elijah was, surely he is destined for heaven, right?!?! Then what he is doing, reincarnating as John the baptist, being beheaded by a fornicator and whose head was presented as a trophee to a dancing girl, on earth?!?! Clearly there is no such thing as heaven as a guy like that will be there and not on earth being decapitated as he was. And if there is no heaven, there is no hell either.
There is more to the topic, but I'll keep it to this for now.