Better to rule in hell than serve in heaven. Better to reign in Hell than to serve in Heaven, Proverb Stories, Tenses 2018-12-22

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Better To Rule In Hell Than Serve In Heaven

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

Here is the problem with that. Most people in this day and age already have tendencies towards this belief system. God is to be worshipped, not religion. I can only tell you at this juncture that truthcontrol. I belive we will soon see the the warning with in a year two or three.

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Kainon Anthropon (New Self): Better to Reign in Hell than to Serve in Heaven

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

Can't call it the consequences of our actions alone when he supposedly invented the laws which match those consequences to those actions. I think the idea of Hell is just the lack of the presence of the G-O-D. Lewis, I think, does a very good job of showing this in The Great Divorce. Both of the above are referenced in the Bible. Koxinga: That isn't the only way to interpret it. There is even a way out for the atheist and the hedonist, if they are willing to accept it. God alone sits on the throne, not any rapper or rappers with overblown egos.

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A Classic a Day: to Reign in Hell than Serve in

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

Hell as a fiery place of eternal physical torment is a comparatively modern notion, replacing the traditional view of it as a solitary, desolate place where the torment is spiritual due to the total absence of the presence of God. It was so powerful, there are no human words to describe it. When ordinary folks use this particular line referring to their own choices, I always point out to them that that particular job is already filled. As for the second one, I'd pick modern life any day, I wouldn't even want to be president today. How did He rally so many to his cause? So when ever we are in a difficult situation we should start looking at the reason for the situation and then gradually find a solution.

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A Classic a Day: to Reign in Hell than Serve in

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

Many names we know Him by; Lucifer, the Enemy, the Antichrist, Samael, the Fallen One and the Devil are a few of the more well known. A culture of internet only jobs has coined the phrase Wirk. I think that is an ironic statement in itself because your soul belongs to God and you cannot sell what does not belong to you. The first knowledge given to me of His presence was of His incredible creative love, which animated my soul to deep desire to participate — or better said — cooperate with him in creation. We sin because we are sinners, not vice versa. This is a fairly bold statement meant to totally diminish God.

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Better To Rule In Hell Than Serve In Heaven

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

Hell is a place of punishment for those condemned throughout eternity, unlike Heaven which is a place of reward for those to spend an eternity therein. Anyone presumptuous enough to accept Satan's fool's gold has a serious problem. Jesus says that he is a murderer and a liar and the truth is not in him John 8:44. What benefit I can get going to hell anyway? Standing above them all was their dread Commander, brightness still clinging to the Morning Star. In context of the poem, Lucifer and the rest of the fallen angels have just been kicked out of heaven for attempting to overthrow God, and the other demons are distressed. All who say their sins are good and normal and come out in the defence of their sins or other peoples sins thoroughly have the fires of hell burning within them.

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Is it better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven? — Ask Metatron

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

This is only the beginning of Paradise Lost. He can occasionally invest himself with grace; but his natural port is gigantic loftiness. This is in reference to the third of the angels which Lucifer brought against God in his rebellion. I'll definitely take the emperor's job. What have you learned from Job? One feels for the first time what a disaster it was: what a tragic waste… so much promise cut short. And then, we are not in Heaven or Hell at the moment are we? Then, too, there's the belief that as long as you ask for forgiveness, you'll go to Heaven.

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Better To Rule In Hell Than Serve In Heaven

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

Basically what the phrase means that yes, the fallen angels are in the worst possible place imaginable Hell but they are beholden to nobody but themselves. If they start realizing that there are many other Opportunities in life, like jobs in private sector, starting a small business or opening a small shop they will not feel dejected. So it is means it is better to be in a bad place and rule over the place rather than to go to a good place and work like a servant there. His mind, due to this philosophy, made a Hell of Heaven and a Heaven of Hell simply because he was only free in Hell. There are still good people in this world.

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Debate Issue: it is better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

Ignoring for a moment the fact that you have no clue who might or might not be in Heaven or Hell if they exist , I think that there's plenty of interesting people who would likely be in Heaven. Really, since the BibleGod is made up, it is just a theoretical restriction. Now Satan calls to his Fallen legions and, in droves, his faithful angels emerge from the Pit. You also get to have your computer, mp3 player, and high tech stuff. I'm not especially familiar with malle's usage, so I'm not sure if that's right, it's supposed to be: I would prefer to rule in Hell than serve in Heaven, or perhaps I would rather rule in Hell than serve in Heaven. So is it better to find joy and happiness, or pain and suffering? I can easily envision many smug and strident pro-aborts being unwilling to admit fault and ask for forgiveness even when facing God Himself.

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Is it better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven? — Ask Metatron

better to rule in hell than serve in heaven

While I don't doubt that the more interesting people end up in hell, your interaction with them would essentially be limited to being their torturer. So, your actual choices are serve in heaven, or serve in hell. But being yourself now, you may not get to rule, but you do have a simpler life not having to control millions of people and their well-being. What started out as a good solid America has slowly dug its own grave as a result of its fruit. My reasoning for this belief is the fact that these actions of control and deception are not actions of those in light.


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