Jul 15, 2004, 06:53
... to someone (Christian) who just lost a loved one who was not a Christian? Apart from the appropriate condolences and all that, I think it would be very hard...
peter Wrote:hrmm thats a tough one ..some christians would take it harder then others ..caus eosme firmly beleive that you cant be saved igf you arent a chrisitian .. .....snip....... ..
Rufus Wrote:If that "loved one" was a man's wife, then she is covered by the man's belief. That is, as I understand the good book.
Other than that, well..... I cant help feeling a bit useless here. It is extremely difficult.
Let's not forget the "deathbed conversion". There's just no saying what went through the mind of the deceased just before death. It could have been repentance and faith.....
God WILL take those he chooses, no matter what their time and manner of death.
Rufus Wrote:Peter? What exactly are you saying?
Jesus said "I am the way, the truth and the life, NO ONE comes to the Father except by ME"
Rufus Wrote:I was wrong once.....Along time ago, before I became the fount of all knowledge
Rufus Wrote:Yes. All my answers will be correct, apart from the ones which are wrong!
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