The Little Girl who died and saw heaven and hell

I believe that Girl I think it’s up to the individual remember the story of Rich man and Lazarus Luke 16 vs 19-30, why would she make up such kind of story , I think God chooses whom he want to reveal certain things to it can be anyone , if you go through her story she mention to Jesus about people not beliveing in her and Jesus said to her you are my witness. All what the devil want is for us to be backsliding christians.

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  1. Beloved says:

    We have the Holy Scripture,and the Holy Spirit to be our witness.A lot of these”stories” mention back-slidden Christians in Hell. The fruit of this to me, is fear. I do not agree with living in sin,but to think that we as children of God,and joint heirs with Christ,are always teetering on the edge Hell for failing to live up to the law,is not scriptural.It produces fear and distrust of our loving Father.
    Beloved

    • Timothy Luke says:

      I agree with the statement we are not to live in fear. I also agree that I do not place credence in such stories… as the Lord expressed the uselessness of sending someone back from the dead and there are no two witnesses who can speak to the same identical dream, and often these tales contradict scripture. There is enough in the Word for me to know how to live my life and sense the urgency of the hour.

      I would like to pull out a quote from your post….

      “to think that we as children of God,and joint heirs with Christ,are always teetering on the edge Hell for failing to live up to the law,is not scriptural.”

      Perhaps some feel they are teetering, because they in fact are teetering? We must realize the clarity and commitment of our calling, but it is up to us to either be fearful of God in it, or to trust Him to make a way and move forward to solid ground.

      How does this relate to the Holy Scriptures that say, “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling,” and “1Co 9:27 But I keep under my body, and bring it into subjection: lest that by any means, when I have preached to others, I myself should be a castaway. ”

      Can it be that the fear is a holy fear and that the response needs to be obedience to the Living God in faith that He who has called us is also able to work in us both to will and to do of His good pleasure? Should we not forsake our sin, rather than going fetal position to die in it? “If we confess our sin, He is faithful and just to forgive our sin and cleanse us of all unrighteousness.” If we bury our talent in fear, then we shall forfeit all. The fact that people go fetal and bury talents in fear, is not a reflection on God, but the men or women who do that. Once having been given these talents (which are spiritual, not earthly) we are to walk by faith, not fear.

      We do have to set our eyes on the author and finisher of our faith, and not on our own selves. We are called to selflessness. Fear is the bodyguard of SELF. If we surrender self, then there is no place for fear, but perfect love will cast it out, as we focus on loving God and neighbor, regardless of ‘self’. In this we fulfill the law, for ‘love is the fulfilling of the law.”

      Blessings to you, dear sister, I so appreciate the love and the contributions you make!
      Tim

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