Do sinners go to heaven
Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners Quotes by John Bunyan
What do I have to do to go to heaven?
Every Christian struggles with sin, and the sin that has our attention will likely change over time. It is important to let God point out sin in our lives, and allow Him to change it in His timing and His way. If we try to pick a sin and exert self-effort to overcome it, we will likely fail. It is God who changes us, and rather than our self-attempts, focusing on our will power or our determination…God would rather we focus on Him and His power. He wants us to trust Him to change us, rather than trusting in ourselves. Paul struggled with covetousness, and describes this in Romans 7.
For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. In fact, hell—not heaven—is our default destination. There are two possible destinations when we die: heaven or hell. Sin is what ended paradise in the Garden of Eden. And all of us, like Adam and Eve, are sinners. Sin separates us from a relationship with God Isaiah and it deceives us and makes us think that wrong is right and right is wrong Prov. Jesus Christ, the Son of God, loved us so much that he left the riches of heaven to become a man and deliver us from our sin.
Big Picture of Hell for Eternity
They were in the middle of committing the most terrible sin in the history of the human race, and Jesus said that they did not know what they were doing. That tells us something of huge importance: You cannot know what sin is from your own feelings about right and wrong. We need God to tell us what sin is, and he does that through his Word. I see a pearly gate, and beyond it is a world of light and joy. A man is standing outside, with a hammer and nails. He is nailing bars across the gate to shut himself out.
No, it does not. If you have truly given your life to Jesus Christ and are trusting Him alone for your salvation, then He has cleansed you of all your sins—past, present and future. You see, your salvation depends on only one thing: what Jesus Christ accomplished when He died on the cross for us. Why did He do that? He did it for one reason: so He could become the final and complete sacrifice for all our sins.