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Is There Such a Place of ‘Eternal Fire’ Taught in The Bible? — 7 Comments

  1. “When you walk through the fire, you shall not be burned nor shall the flame scorch you.Isa.43:2

    It is only the fire that is eternal, not the sinners that are in it, they will go to destruction while the faithful will come out as gold.

  2. It is the fire of God that is eternal. There is only one eternal life not “two”.
    If you read diligently you will see that everyone will be cast into it. But only those who will walk like Daniel in (that fire) will be saved.

  3. The fire is His fiery law ( Deuteronomy) that issues forth as a river from the Throne (Daniel) to become the lake of fire (Revelation ). The object of His judgement for the inhabitants of the earth will learn Righteousness. He is the propitiation not only for our sins, but the sins of the whole world. He paid for ALL. In Christ all shall live. Eternal/everlasting – Hebrew ” olam ” and Greek ” aonian ” are unspecific lengths of time or ” age lasting.”

    • Your comment was right on the money. Jesus said if I be lifted up I will draw all people to myself. Jesus asked the Father to forgive His enemies and we are to forgive ours. God is love and there are hundreds of scriptures saying that He will save all. The bible has some mis-translations of words and that’s where the problem is. The old testament never mentioned a placed called hell and the apostles never warn the people of such a place. We’ve made our God to be a worse tyrant than Hitler etc. The teaching of eternal torment in hell only started about 500 years AC. Before you jump on my case, Ask the Father to teach you His love for all people.

  4. Truer words have never been spoken my brother! We need to reach the lost with every fibre of our being and work while it is still day. God bless you.

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