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  1. Mr WordPress
    May 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm · Reply

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    • Farah
      December 25, 2015 at 2:16 pm · Reply

      You are correct of crusoe but this test is for all the people who think they will make it into Heaven on a scale of goodness . The test just illustrates what would qualify a person as being good enough in Gods eyes to get into Heaven according to His standard. You must be perfect in thoughts, words and deeds from birth to death with zero flaws. It is an impossible standard to meet on a scale of goodness and that is the whole point. Without Jesus, there is NO HOPE for salvation at all for any human.

  2. Klaartje
    January 25, 2015 at 7:11 am · Reply

    I’m sorry but this strikes me as spimly dishonest, indeed this is a test that fails itself at the very first hurdle. Obedience of the ten commandments is not, and never has been part of the admission requirements to the christian heaven. Jesus and the writers of the new testament are also surprisingly reticent about the desirability of being a good person. The admission procedure is spimly and clearly stated many times in the text. A prospective candidate needs to just acknowledge Christ, and earnestly repent. The text is categorically clear, all the obedience and goodness in the universe will be of no help at all on judgement day, if you believe such books of course.

  3. Robson
    December 25, 2015 at 2:54 pm · Reply

    one day that he didn’t know when he should run the dsshwaiher or wait for more dishes. He said it was nerve racking for him to play the dare game of should I or shouldn’t I? He didn’t want to get in trouble, but he truly didn’t know when to run it. I was amazed by that. But they are often in a quandary of making the wrong decision… and then we get upset with them! I told him to use his own good judgment and run it if he thought there were things in it that we might need for the next meal. Haven’t had a problem with that since.Good post… and I am long winded today! Sorry.Glad I came over and caught up with you!

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