You are the reason you may never receive eternal life
For decades, congregations have sat and listened to preachers, pastors, rabbis, and other religious leaders tell them about God’s gift of eternal life. They have given them some indications as to how to acquire this precious gift but few ever recall those lessons or refuse to heed the warnings.
Here is how the eternal life gift works. If you live your life according to what you truly believe will please God and can answer truthfully and honestly to him why you made the choices, the decisions and took the actions you did while in the flesh, you shall be granted eternal life. Now what does that mean, eternal life means that you, the soul, the spirit, the true essences of all of us will never have to set foot on this place we call earth but is truly nothing more than hell. We will never have to set foot on any planet or hell for eternity which means we will be allowed to enjoy peace and sin-free living for as long as God desires our souls to remain in heaven, but if the opposite is true then our soul, our spirit, the true essence of who we really are shall be cast back down here to suffer until we get it right. So the choice is ours if we wish to return to this or any other planet/hell or truly enjoy eternal life.
Jenny Kutner of Salon dot com has an article titled “Kentucky fire chief refuses to help black family after traffic accident: “We ain’t taking no n–gers here”. It reports “A Kentucky law enforcement official is under fire this week after footage of his deeply racist comments was made public on Tuesday. In September, Southeast Bullitt Fire Chief Julius Hatfield was recorded on a Bullitt County Sheriff deputy’s body camera during a response to a traffic accident, when Hatfield allegedly refused to help a black family while referring to them in derogatory, racist terms. “Well, I’ve got a family of four from Cincinnati, I got to do something with,” the Bullitt County deputy says in the footage, which was obtained by WDRB. “We ain’t taking no n–gers here,” Hatfield responded, laughing. The footage also reveals the fire chief helping the other man involved in the traffic incident, Loren Dicken, who is white. According to WDRB, after Hatfield went out of his way to assist Dicken with a tire issue, the chief also had his firefighters pick the man up from the hospital when he was released. But Hatfield was reportedly less than helpful for the other driver involved in the accident, Chege Mwangi, who is black. Mwangi told WDRB reporter Valerie Chinn that Hartfield suggested he, his wife and two children contact Triple A for assistance, before asking for registration and proof of insurance. When Chinn, who is Asian-American, contacted Hartfield to ask about the alleged disparities in his treatment of the two families as well as possible mismanagement of his department, the fire chief offered a startling (also racist) response. “Do you understand English, darling?” Hatfield said. “Do you understand English?” Chinn reports that Hatfield later apologized for repeatedly asking her if she speaks English, and claimed that he did not remember using the N-word to describe the Mwangi family.
Now if what we are also being educated about how caring, compassionate and inclusive God is then the actions of this man would definitely be something that would have him cast back into this hell we are surviving in right now. The lesson here is, you have a choice in whether you, as the spirit and soul that you are, receive eternal life or keep coming back to this hell until you finally get it right.