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HEAVEN SHOULD BE LESS ABOUT JESUS AND MORE ABOUT LIVING A GOOD LIFE

HEAVEN SHOULD BE LESS ABOUT JESUS AND MORE ABOUT LIVING A GOOD LIFE

There are billions of people who live a good life and do not know Jesus. There are those who know Jesus and live a hopeless life but it is about a belief. Salvation should be about living and not believing that someone is God. It should not have any bearing on life.

It should not be about who is God but who is good. Like the woman who used her $200 Lottery winnings to get a homeless man a motel or Candice Payne who used her personal American Express card to get over 70 homeless people off the streets during record-setting freeze in Chicago. That's not God but doing good.

I rather not be assembled in heaven with people with strong beliefs but assembled together with people with strong morals. The average person in a Miami and Manhattan dance club have strong beliefs in whom their God is but what advantages does that have in life.

What good is it to accept Jesus as God when someone is Hungary. What good is it to accept Jesus as God when someone is homeless. Heaven should be about the performance towards the betterment of the world and not a deliverance from sin and its consequences brought about by faith in Jesus. I want salvation for this life not an afterlife assembled behind tall tales of streets made of gold. A piece of bread will do just fine and heat in the winter. Did God create me to serve him in order to get his support. Must we remain hungry and homeless because our beliefs are not equal to the next person.

In my life I have seen those identified as Christians, not Muslims, or Jews, who have murdered, raped, stole and marched for hate and they believed Jesus is God. Is it so, that I can be good and Godless and not be accepted in heaven with those who believe in Jesus so happens to not be good but accepted. What happened to those who died before Jesus or lived during his time and yet they didn't believe in him. Yet, others like me are suppose to believe sight unseen.