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Will these two people experience the same sort of joy & happiness in Heaven?

Will both Clifford & Ashley experience the same amount of joy & happiness in Heaven?

Clifford: He is a registered sex offender who had to spend 5 years in prison for soliciting sex to a 13 year old boy on the internet and child endangerment since he brought his 5 year old son with him to the residence of the 13 year old boy, in prison Clifford was constantly raped & bullied by the other inmates, all what Clifford does is pray for those who wrongs him and understands he put himself in that situation, a lot of people hate Clifford with a passion but all what he does is pray for them to find God, Clifford has to register as a sex offender and is having a hard time finding a job, Clifford believes in Jesus Christ for his Salvation and that Him dying on the cross for our sins is the only way to Heaven.

Ashley: She is a high status woman who has a good job, has lots of high status friends, she drives a nice car, owns a nice home, gets to go on lots of nice vacations, a lot of people are in total awe of her because of her wealth, success, Ashley is a Christian and believes in Jesus Christ for her Salvation, she also believes Jesus died on the cross for her sins as the only way to Heaven.

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  • 1 year ago
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    No.

    Clifford: You don't mention Clifford regretting or giving up his sins, both of which are vital parts of repentance. If things are as you state in your scenario, Clifford shall be purified of his sins in Hell. After he has "paid the utmost farthing," Christ shall redeem him in a "time of refreshing." Clifford shall arise in the unnamed (Telestial) resurrection and receive its glorious, but still inferior reward.

    Ashley: You haven't stated that Ashley has repented of her sins, either. At best she can hope for the Terrestrial resurrection and receive its reward -- not any of the three heavens.

    Faith without works is dead, and so are we.

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  • Misty
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    Since there is no heaven the question is moot.

    • Publius
      Lv 7
      1 year agoReport

      You're begging the question, Misty. How do you propose to substantiate your allegation?

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    As the Virgin Mary has told us, the faithful children of her rosary will merit a high degree of glory in heaven. However, some will have a better place there than others.

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  • 1 year ago

    Atheists spend their time trying to think their way out of heaven and tricking God.

    Try being His friend.

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  • 1 year ago

    No, neither of them will experience anything in any non-existent place.

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  • 1 year ago

    IM NOT READING ALL THIS...ALL THE SAVED WILL ENJOY PARADISE...GOD WASHES AWAY ALL SINS WHEN WE REPENT. SKIP GAMES

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  • 1 year ago

    If they repent they will both be welcomed by God.

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  • Otto
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    They will not go to heaven.

    The Bible tells us that only 144,000 followers of Jesus Christ will go to heaven.

    Source(s): Bible
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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    According to Christians, Clifford and Ashley will have equal status in heaven. How sick is that?

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  • David
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    Only God can actually judge them. You paint pictures, but God sees in their hearts. Leave that decision to him.

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