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Your question brings up a perpetual argument between free will and predestination, That question has been argued for decades that I am aware of and probably even Centuries. The only answer that can possibly deal with this is that God is eternal. What that really means is that there is no such thing as time as far as God is concerned. There is no yesterday ...


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Yes Our feelings, your feelings, are all valid--but some are corrupted by the flesh. When we die our flesh dies too, along with all the deceitful desires that went with it.* One deceitful feeling can be to love your parents (or anyone) more than you love God, your savior. You say that you could never be happy knowing that you Father is in Hell. Well, I ...


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Can one be happy in Heaven, with loved ones in Hell? Yes! He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death' or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away." (Revelation 21:4, NIV) If we would still be weeping in Heaven because our loved ones are in Hell, it won't be Heaven at all. Heaven is a place ...


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You have not specified a denomination from which you wish to receive your answer, so I will give you the LDS answer, being a family centred church, I feel it will give you the most hope. Families can be eternal, modern revelation has opened the gates of heaven and revealed to us that we can be sealed to those that we love for time and all eternity in this ...



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