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Protestants, does Jesus in Luke 13:28 say that people in hell will be tormented by being able to look into heaven and see what they're missing out on?

Not a complete answer, but my response here is the beginning of the Seventh Day Adventist view...)i do not have time at this point this morning to reference the latter half of my answer. Notice ...
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Protestants, does Jesus in Luke 13:28 say that people in hell will be tormented by being able to look into heaven and see what they're missing out on?

There is a textual and thematic connection between your passage in Luke and Psalm 107:2-3: Let the redeemed of the Lord tell their story— those he redeemed from the hand of the foe, those he ...
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Protestants, does Jesus in Luke 13:28 say that people in hell will be tormented by being able to look into heaven and see what they're missing out on?

NOTE: I posted this answer under the misapprehension that this was the Hermeneutics.SE site (I'd just been looking at it, and this looked like a question about the meaning of a single verse.), so I ...
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Can Jesus encourage someone to commit sin? And furthermore, can Jesus hasten someone to commit a sin?

He didn’t encourage or induce. He said, “What thou do …” Judas was already in process. He was doing it. Jesus was telling him, “What you’re doing, hurry up and get it over with.”
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Can Jesus encourage someone to commit sin? And furthermore, can Jesus hasten someone to commit a sin?

No and no. The Savior taught, Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth ...
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Can Jesus encourage someone to commit sin? And furthermore, can Jesus hasten someone to commit a sin?

The answer is No, and here is why. John said that “Satan entered into Judas” and it was not the first time Satan did this. A few days before, the sin was agreed upon against a price. Luke 22:3-6 says: ...
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Can Jesus encourage someone to commit sin? And furthermore, can Jesus hasten someone to commit a sin?

Sin is never the external act but the inner desire. It is impossible for God to tempt a man to sin. It is nearly impossible that he does not speed up, or slow down, the external manifestation of sin ...
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Can Jesus encourage someone to commit sin? And furthermore, can Jesus hasten someone to commit a sin?

Although some may consider the question blasphemous, I think it deserves careful thought. For me it is a too simple to argue that the answer must be no because "to induce someone to sin is to sin....
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