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If God asks, “Why should I let you into heaven?”…

2008 March 13
by Tim V-B

Browsing the De Regno Christi site I came across a wonderful answer to the classic question “When you die, if God asks ‘Why should I let you into heaven?’ what would you say?” Anthony Crowley writes:

I like better the answer which my old pastor, Ken Smith, gave to [this question]:

When I die, if God asks, “Why should I let you into my heaven?” I’ll bow and be silent. Then I’ll hear a voice,
“Father, he’s mine.”

4 Responses
  1. March 15, 2008

    love it!

  2. admin permalink*
    March 15, 2008

    Isn’t it great! Best answer I’ve ever heard.

  3. John permalink
    March 18, 2008

    Hi, Im from Melbourne Australia.

    Unfortunately that is not how it works when you die.

    Please check out these related references which give a much more Realistic Understanding of the meaning & significance of death—and how to consciously participate in the death & dying PROCESS.

    1. http://www.easydeathbook.com
    2. http://www.dabase.org/dualsens.htm
    3. http://www.aboutadidam.org/dying_death_and_beyond/index.html

  4. admin permalink*
    March 18, 2008

    Hi John,
    Although your comment looks a bit like spam, I’m leaving it there. I looked at the websites, and of course their big problem is that Jesus is not central. It’s ridiculous to talk about life beyond death without considering the one man who has actually gone through death and been raised to new life, namely Jesus Christ. It’s a bit like writing a website about how to be married, without having ever met or learned from someone who has been married: sheer folly.

    How do you explain the lack of Jesus on these websites?

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