Why does a loving God send people to Hell?
The God of the Bible has provided the One and Only way to Heaven. Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. The God of Heaven, doesn’t send people to Hell and the Lake of Fire, but He provides the way to eternal life in Heaven.
Do all good people go to Heaven?
The good works of unbelievers will not get them into Heaven anymore than believers not doing good works will get them into Hell. Receive Jesus Christ as your Lord and personal Saviour, then do good things.
Why does God let people die?
God’s desire is for all people to have a long, prosperous life on Earth. Satan’s desire is to steal, kill and destroy. The Bible describes ways to prolong or shorten your life. The choice to grow in our knowledge of God’s ways is up to us individually.
Do I need to be baptized?
The Bible teaches many different types of baptism. The following are three baptisms available to every person:
- Baptism into Jesus Christ. When you as a personal sinner receive Jesus as your Lord and personal Saviour, you are born again. You are baptized into the body of Christ, the universal church.
- Baptism in the Holy Spirit. After being born again, all people can receive the infilling of the Holy Spirit and speak in tongues.
- Water baptism. After being born again, all people can be baptized/immersed into water as a public proclamation that they have been born again.
What is speaking in tongues?
Speaking in tongues is a supernatural way of communicating with God. Speaking in tongues will build you up, allow you to pray for things that you have limited knowledge of, enable you to receive special insight in situations, and give thanks well.
When should I speak in tongues?
After receiving the infilling of the Holy Spirit and speaking in tongues, a believer should pray in other tongues everyday. In private you can pray in tongues whenever you choose for as long as you want.
Does speaking in tongues always need interpretation?
Two of the nine gifts of the Spirit are publicly speaking in tongues and publicly speaking the interpretation of tongues in your own language. In your public and private prayer times, you may at times have an interpretation, but this is not necessary.