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if a christian falls into sin right before Jesus comes will they go to heaven?

they made a mistake in sin and the rapture occurs will they still be taken up?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Nope they gotta wait with the rest. Assuming you mean the Pre-trib or Mid-trib Rapture

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The first thing that someone should be considering is whether the idea of sin is actually real.

    If God is supposed to be perfect how could She have made anything or anyone that wasn't perfect.

    Think about it. The idea of sin assumes certain things about God that seem highly unlikely.

    First it assumes a God who is too incompetent to organize a simple educational field excursion and figure out a way to get all of the students home safely.

    How likely is this that God would not be smart enough to come up with a plan for our salvation that is going to work?

    It also assumes that God must have created us imperfect if we are sinners.

    One might assume that God would be able to create someone perfect each and every time if he chose to. Assuming God is capable of this, then it follows logically that we must be perfect creations if we are actually creations of this perfect God.

    Unless of course you are saying that God chose to create us imperfect.

    If God created us imperfect then anything that may go wrong is Gods fault, not ours. This seems a bit illogical at best so I think that we need to assume that What God creates would have to be perfect.

    If this is the case and Gods creations are perfect, then nothing that we can do could change what God created perfect and make it imperfect unless we think that we are more powerful than God is.

    How likely is it that we the creation could be more powerful than the creator. I personally find this idea somewhat amusing, and a bit absurd.

    Religion tells us that God is perfect. If this is true then it could hardly be logically for Gods creations to be considered to be anything less than perfect.

    If this is the case then Nothing that we can ever do could possibly change this perfection that God willed, unless we were so powerful that our choices could override and change the will of God.

    How likely is that????

    Think about it.

    The idea of sin is simple nonsense; a lie made up about God by religion.

    Love and blessings


    Source --- Course in miracles

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  • 1 decade ago

    When Jesus forgave your sin 2000 years ago, all your sins were future. They are forgiven. The difference for a born again Christian is that they do not live a lifestyle of unrepentant sin.

    If you, as a Christian, are shacking up with someone when Christ returns, say hello to seven years of the trib.

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  • If a person is saved, yes they will go to heaven. God wont all the sudden change his mind or forget that his son died for the sin of man. Only people put conditions on salvation...God never has. Once saved always saved by Grace, not how hard we work at being good. God Bless

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  • 1 decade ago

    If he/she is a true christian by accepting Jesus Christ as their saviour, then yes they will still go to Heaven. They will be judged for any sins they have not repented of, but they will be in Heaven.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Of course they will.

    We all sin. That`s what so many people don`t understand....

    God can`t handle sin, so that`s why he sent his son to die for our sins. He paid the ultimate price. He made us again white as snow.

    So, if you accept Christ as your savior, you`ll return to him when you die.

    I believe the only unpardonable sin you can make; is to curse him and turn away from Jesus. Yet you can always change your mind, and he is more forgiving than any human being could be.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Every man has sinned an fell short of the glory of God ,but if you are saved an baptized ( born again Christain ) you will go to heaven .

    Source(s): Christain
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  • Esther
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    There is only one unforgiveable sin; blasphemy of the holy spirit. I would hope that I do not lose my salvation every time I sin, and only gain it back if I ask forgiveness! Jesus paid for my sins, past, present and future.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Let's play Russian roulette Christianity as taught by Jacobus Armenian.

    You are the keeper of your own soul.

    You sin, you confess and your OK.

    You sin and you die you go to hell.

    Great way to live wouldn't you say?

    In effect saying you are your own savior.

    You are also your own Shepherd.

    Old Jacobus went back to the pit he came from and if you listen hard enough you can hear him screaming.

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