The End of All Things
We had previously covered some basic thoughts concerning the Lake of Fire that God Built, and we could see the vast difference between it and the lake of fire that men built, and it left no question which one was real and which one was a fabricated fairytale. We also saw that the resurrection of damnation, as the King James Version of the Bible has it, is not quite the same as it is often thought to be. For instance, when Jesus sits upon the Great White Throne, it is not a day of doom and gloom and eternal torment for the world's teeming billions of unlucky sinners, but to the contrary. It is a blessed day of assurance for all men! And it could be no other way; for He who sits upon this Great White Throne is the same One who not only paid the ultimate price by death for every man, but He was also raised from the dead for the sake of every man. What better advocate, and judge, could anyone have but Jesus Christ, the One and only harbor of Life who died on their account? He knows the pain of death, of sorrow, and of rejection we all have suffered. And now He is the One who lives. He was dead, but He now lives! Praise God! He lives! (Revelation 1:18).
No other man, woman, or child prodigy has been able to make such a claim and live up to it. It is amazing that anyone would follow any other. Jesus is the first and uniquely born Son of God who proved His Sonship by rising from the dead (ref. Romans 1:4). And He is the only One from whose face the earth and the heaven flee away, and with no place found for them. (Revelation 20:11).
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