If you are saved and then die of suicide, will you go to Heaven?

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  • 3 weeks ago

    ALWAYS REMEMBER WHAT CONSTITUTES A MORTAL SIN OR IT IS NOT A MORTAL SIN AT ALL.>>>>>>>

    There are three conditions for a sin to me a mortal sin:

    1) The object must constitute grave matter

    2) Full knowledge that the act is sinful

    3) Committed with deliberate consent of the will

    THERE ARE VENIAL SINS TOO BUT THEY ARE NOT DEADLY SEE HERE>>.

    https://www.ewtn.com/expert/answers/mortal_versus_...

    If a person commits a Mortal Sin and has no way of going to confession before his death, he has only one chance of forgiveness: an Act of Perfect Contrition. But it must be said before death. If this is not made, he goes straight to Hell for all eternity.

    IF A PERSON WHO SIMPLY HATES LIFE OR DOES NOT WANT TO PUT UP WITH ANY KIND OF SUFFERING KILLS HIMSELF, ITS A MORTAL DEADLY SIN, DO YOU TRULY THINK THEY ARE GOING TO HEAVEN? IF THAT WERE THE CASE WHY DOES NOT EVERYONE JUST KILL THEMSELVES AND SAVE THEMSELVES FROM THE AGGRAVATION AND INCONVENIENCES IN THIS VALLEY OF TEARS AND TELL GOD HERE I COME WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT. YOU WONT MAKE IT TO HEAVEN THATS FOR SURE. REMEMBER ALWAYS YOU CANNOT FOOL GOD, HE KNOWS YOUR EVERY THOUGHT BEFORE YOU EVEN THINK THEM >>>>>>>>>>>>

    BUT ALSO SOMETIMES STRESS PLAYS TRICKS ON OUR MINDS AND WE MAY DO SOMETHING WE ORDINARILY WOULD NOT DO. GOD TAKES ALL THIS INTO CONSIDERATION ON JUDGMENT DAY, GOD'S LOVE AND MERCY IS SO GREAT HE WILL SCRUTINIZE EVERY MORSEL OF THOUGHT THAT WAS GOING THRU THEIR MIND BEFORE DEATH AND IF ONE THING IS MISSING THAT WOULD ORDINARILY CONSTITUTE A MORTAL SINS, YOU CAN BE SURE THAT THEY MAY JUST VERY WELL BE IN HEAVEN WITH JESUS(GOD). BUT REMEMBER, YOU CANNOT FOOL GOD, EVER. PLEASE READ THIS AND DONT GIVE UP PRAYING FOR THEM >>>>

    THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH DOES NOT SAY ANYONE WHO COMMITS SUICIDE GOES TO HELL BUT

    the CATHOLIC Church teaches is that anyone who commits a mortal sin and does not repent before death goes to hell. Mortal sin requires three conditions: grave matter, full knowledge of the gravity of the action, and full and free consent to the action. If any of those three conditions are missing, there is not mortal sin. All we can say for certain is that suicide constitutes grave matter. Given the fact that people who take their own lives often are very ill or under psychological stress, those factors can impede their knowledge and consent, making their actions tragic but not mortally sinful. Only someone who freely chooses to commit suicide with full knowledge of the gravity of the sinfulness would commit mortal sin by his suicide. Even then, between unconsciousness and final death, God might offer the person one final chance to repent, even if such an opportunity is not apparent to us

    The Church says this about the eternal destiny of those who have taken their own lives: "We should not despair of the eternal salvation of persons who have taken their own lives. By ways known to him alone, God can provide the opportunity for salutary repentance. The Church prays for persons who have taken their own lives"! PLEASE SEE LINK TOO?

    NOTE, VERY IMPORTANT>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    BECAUSE, IT IS THE ULTIMATE OF THINKING OF YOURSELF AND NOT OTHERS AS WITH FAMILY AND LOVED ONES AND MOST OF ALL JESUS(GOD INCARNATE)

    DONT FORGET THIS EVER, WHEN YOU MAKE THE SIGN OF THE CROSS YOU FIRST START WITH AN UP AND DOWN MOVEMENT AS IF TO FORM AN ( i ) THEN YOU CROSS IT OUT BY THE FINISH OF THE SIGN OF THE CROSS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. NOTICE HOW THE JESUS ON THE CROSS IS TELLING YOU TO FORGET YOURSELF AND MAKE GOD FIRST, THINK ABOUT IT.

  • X
    Lv 7
    3 weeks ago

    First, no one is saved right now. Secondly, suicide is self-murder, one of the most serious of sins against God. Third, why would you want to go to heaven?

  • 3 weeks ago

    No one is "saved" in this life.  That's a fundie fantasy.  We sin all our lives, repent, and resolve to do better.  At any point we could turn away from God and be headed for hell.

    Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian
  • 3 weeks ago

    You will if you have accepted Jesus Christ as your true Lord & Savior

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  • Paul
    Lv 6
    3 weeks ago

    Going to Heaven is synonymous with being saved. You are not saved until you are in Heaven, and no Christian on Earth thought otherwise until the doctrinal chaos of Protestantism began a few hundred years ago.

  • 3 weeks ago

    No. Each new sin incurs a new fall from grace. Nobody is "saved" unless and until he receives the "more sure word of prophecy" that he has overcome the world. That's why suicide is so bad -- it leaves no room for repentance, if repentance of murder is even possible.

    Suicides are treated compassionately. If necessary, they are purified in hell and then redeemed in "times of refreshing" as they "pay the utmost farthing" for their sins. Hell is never forever. Rev. 20:12-14 shows that death and hell must both be emptied and destroyed so that the resurrections and final judgment can take place. There is only finite punishment for finite sin. God's love, justice, and mercy are all intact.

  • 3 weeks ago

    No. 

    If one is saved and commits a mortal sin and dies without repentance he goes to hell, because mortal sin separates us from God.

    Source(s): Catholic
    • A.3 weeks agoReport

      A mortal sin is a grave action that is committed in full knowledge of its gravity and with the full consent of the sinner's will

  • 3 weeks ago

    To be honest, I don't believe I'll be doing any of those things.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    If you believe in Jesus as God and Savior, for eternal life, then you go to heaven, even if it is suicide that takes you there.  Jesus died to pay for all sins, and then Jesus rose again

  • 3 weeks ago

    Did not Samson in the Old Testament commit suicide?  Yet, he is included in Hebrews 11 in that he was faithful.

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