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Blissful Blue answered Fred Jenkins' question

When I read this question, I immediately started to think of all the negative things I could say, but you know what? I am furthered than I thought I would be in life. It may not be the perfect life, but I'm not dead. I surely thought I was gonna die in 2012 when the … Read more

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Blissful Blue thanked YoWanna Cook's answer

Kids picking on my kid! Stupid little brats pick on her for everything! Sad thing is... Is I teach my kids to be nice to everyone. She is the poster child for "love your enemy!" I can honestly say, my kids are better people then me in my old age!

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Blissful Blue thanked Cookie Hill's answer

Those whom Jehovah God chooses to live in heaven with him are not humans. The Bible teaches this at 1Corthians 15:50, "But I tell you this, brothers,flesh and blood cannot inherit God's Kingdo." All those who are going to heaven will be spirit persons a form of life higher than humans.

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Blissful Blue commented on Pepper pot's answer
I'm not here to advertise, I'm here to ask and answer questions. Old question or not, I can answer what I want. Also, I found the question interesting and wanted to share the information I learned. While sharing this information, I thought it would be a good idea to reference the site I got the … Read more
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Blissful Blue commented
No, hell is not a large place with multitudes. While what they said was true, I think you have the wrong idea of what they were saying. Rev. 20:13 states that “The sea gave up those dead in it, and death and Hades gave up those dead in them.” Jesus promised, “the hour is coming … Read more
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Blissful Blue commented on Darik Majoren's answer
What about the other versions of hell? I know there are more versions out there, do you think that all of those are assigned by man? JW believe that hell is the common grave of mankind where both good people AND bad ones go. What do you think the original "version" of hell is?
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Blissful Blue answered

Most people think that Gahanna is hell or like hell, but it is not. "There is no evidence that animals or humans were thrown into Gehenna to be burned alive or tormented. So the place could not symbolize an invisible region where human souls are tormented eternally in literal fire." The same goes for hell, … Read more

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Blissful Blue thanked sm cl's answer

The world we live in is very dangerous and insensitive, but the Bible gives hope of all of the wicked things being done away with in the future. Revelations 21:4 says "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be … Read more