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-Is the everlasting punishment talked of here.(Matthew 25:46) hell?

The word 'everlasting' in the original, means 'age lasting' and 'for as long as conditions are extant'. It's not an everlasting punishing, but punishment. The Creator wants all to learn lessons that involve turning from the ego ways to a higher consciousness way of living, the way of the spirit of life:.Romans 8:2; Proverbs 3:12; Hebrews 12:6.

The words 'punish', 'punishment' mean.(according to Strong's Exhaustive Concordance which took one hundred men, 30 years to complete. In the original it meant to 'number', 'count', to 'visit'.{Genesis 21:1}), to 'attend to' or deal with, 'reckon with', pay attention to', 'punish', 'lop', 'prune' as one would a tree, 'to correct', 'to curb', 'to check', 'restrain', 'to chastise', 'commit', 'miss', 'lack', 'ruler', 'judge', 'governor', 'oversight', 'officers', 'empty', 'charge', etc.

For one example; in Isaiah 13:11 the word 'punish' is used:.Isaiah 13:11 "And I will punish the world for their evil and the wicked for their iniquity and I will cause the arrogancy of the proud to cease and will lay low the haughtiness of the terrible.".Considering the rest of the Bible, the word 'judge' may have been used. Once one overstands.how judgments occur, it throws it all into clarity.

It's really talking of the automatic result of reaping what was sown, that it's a sure law of the multiiverse, set up by God so man could learn from his ways and adjust them to his betterment. But alas, it's seems to be too hard for man to awaken, turning himself around from evil to good, until, that is, he hits bottom in his life. Examples:.1, 2, 3.

And in Ezra 9:13, consider how the word punished is used there in error.

It takes information gained from study by having gone here a little and there a little to see clearer meaning from some of the scriptures.

Those in this automatic reaping of what what they may have sown in their lives, this 'correction for awhile' have many trials and sufferings.now.(*).and the obstinate will have proof given against them later. But all for a good purpose.(Romans 8:28).ultimately for all

What is really hell?

The Creator is not interested in retribution, but change:.Ezekiel 18:32. The Creator doesn't punish, He doesn't even judge, but He wants us to learn love, so He corrects by allowing us to reap what we may have sown, which is a law of the universe which has always been.

It's not like He opens a drawer, draws out your specific life's acts and then demands life to be now set against you. Not like that at all. But, there is an accounting. Life is set up with a law that wacks us back when out of the path of love. A law is simply how the universe was originally set up for humans. It's set up to keep us on the right track of our purpose here. But, the Creator never overrides anyone.

The fear of punishment hasn't worked, the severe penal code has failed. Once a crime has been done what good is it to punish? The only 'good' warehousing of criminals provides is cheap labor for corporate interests, labor subsidized by those paying for such institutions, the people. Punishment is not correction. Preventing crime can easily be done. Learn how! The lesson is you can't impose order by dealing with the external. Government from inside of us and out from us has been proven to work.

In Daniel 12:2 it talks of."some going into everlasting contempt".

The word 'everlasting' means lasting for as long as the conditions are extant. But, how long will this be?.John 5:29.

Some will still need to learn the ways of love, the ways of the real true life, the spiritual workings of the universe. In Daniel 12:2 these are those resurrected who have feelings of contempt for what they had been like when alive on Earth, that is, they abhor themselves for what they were like.

They were on the Earth.(why?).to learn to move away from the natures that brought them and others so much heartache, but they weren't able to leave their lives enough.(Romans 8:10,11; Colossians 3:3).to be a living sacrifice to God.(Romans 12:1), instead preferring to hoard a life of selfishness as close to themselves as they could.

They are still saved anyhow, that having been done since before the Earth was even formed:.2Timothy 1:9. But, because they didn't make good use of this pressure cooker of life in the physical here, their opportunity for a reward for efforts done on this world stage of their time on Earth and what they could have gotten, has passed. 

They, not having made it into the kingdom of the Creator, which means the family of the Creator, will nonetheless be resurrected. They will be judged, not condemned, but judged. How will they be judged and who judges them? They, in their time, did not live in a circumspect manner, so they will now have their time for this. God never gives up on anyone.

They will, once resurrected, have to deal with what it is that they are. It will be easier then for them to do this. It will also be easier then for them to believe in something better for them. This is because, all around them they can see and interact with others who, having qualified earlier on Earth, are now eternal in living. And, no doubt, some of these people were known by him or her before. This will be such an encouragement to such ones that any previous lack of belief they may have held, will no longer be a stumblingstone to them as it was in their previous life on Earth.

-Matthew 5:29 Is Emmanuel here talking of the place we commonly call hell, that ever burning location somewhere in the Earth?

There is a time coming when the Creator, who only acts in love in all He does, will burn some flesh up. But, there is no place like hell as we have erroneously been led to accept as true. Read the whole subject. This kingdom of the reign of the Infinite One's way of love will spread over all the Earth:.Habakkuk 2:14.

Once they are resurrected they are a child of the Creator and like some children, they still need to become mature, whereas others may have been markedly more mature and therefore had vision, had this sense of where their present state of being was taking them and saw this earlier, while still in the physical and were able to turn things around in their life as they sensed that it would be of benefit for them and others:.Luke 20:36. And of course, there are always others who care not to, as there were in the Old Testament:.Jeremiah 44:16,17.

-Where Is Hell?

-What about.1Peter 3:19 where it says that through the power of the Holy Spirit, Christ, in the days of Noah, went and talked to the spirits in prison?

-Does Ephesians 4:9 mean Emmanuel went into hell?

-What does Luke 12:5 mean?

Our spirits are eternal. see the 'Predestination' subject.
   God can take us away:.Job 12:10 "In whose hand is the soul of every living thing and the breath of all humanity." Daniel 5:23 ".....the God in whose hand your breath is..... " John 17:2
".....you have given him power over all flesh....."
For more see the Matthew 10:28 answer.


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