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jesse garboden
Blogger, Social Media Networking, Security, Freedom, Life, Autism, & Gay!
Blogger, Social Media Networking, Security, Freedom, Life, Autism, & Gay!

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Soicial Media Presence Hyper-Networker--->>> This means I love to joined lots and lots of Sites, Groups, Communites and Networks. so, I can help many people even if i am not paid for it. Let me know of a new network i might join it if I can help people in my network or to build a bigger one. 

As it stand now I have no plans to rejoin Facebook again. 

What are the next big web based social media networks? 

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“Also from among yourselves men will rise up, speaking perverse things, to draw away the disciples after themselves.” (Acts 20:30) “For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers….” (2 Tim. 4:3)

We live in a time when Christians, just like unbelievers, listen to and consider every idea conceivable to the human mind. One of the latest teachings that has found its way into the body of Christ is the idea that people who aren’t saved go to hell, only to be instantly burned up and then cease to exist. This teaching is simply not scriptural. Jesus described hell several times as a place of everlasting burning and torment. If hell is simply a place where God wipes out the unbeliever’s existence, then what is to fear about hell? The terrors and suffering that exist in this life are far worse than that! Why not just commit suicide? Imagine someone who has their entire body burned in a building fire and then ends up suffering with the pain for the rest of their life. If hell were just a place where unbelievers cease to exist, then it's far worse to be burned in a building fire than to go to hell. So why fear hell? There is absolutely no logic to this view of hell. Furthermore, there are many places in scripture that describe hell as a place of eternal punishment. Daniel 12:2 describes it as a place of "shame and everlasting contempt." Jesus described hell as a place of "everlasting punishment." (Matt.25:46) It can't be everlasting punishment if the unbeliever ceases to exist. He also described it as "everlasting fire." (Matt. 18:8). If unbelievers simply cease to exist in hell, then what was the point of Jesus mentioning that the fire is everlasting? It would be completely irrelevant! Revelation 14:11 describes hell as a place where “the smoke of their torment ascends forever and ever; and they have no rest day or night….” " Jesus also told the story of the rich man and the beggar Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31). This was not a parable. This was a true story. Christ went into extreme detail describing the rich man's torment in hell, even mentioning that he had a tongue that was on fire. He also mentions Abraham by name, as well as the beggar Lazarus. You don't find this in parables. The rich man's name is withheld; probably, because as a permanent resident of hell, he was a nobody in God's eyes. Hell is real, and it is indeed a place of eternal suffering. Do not be deceived by fine-sounding words!

There’s an old saying that rings true: “Fear is a great motivator.” Jesus talked about hell more than anyone else. There's a reason for that. He did it so that people would be so terrified that they would repent. What greater fear is there than to suffer in hell for all of eternity? And what greater incentive is there for people to repent? Jesus used this fear to win souls, and you should too!

I love Google platform mainly you are allowed to have multiple accounts. On Facebook you are not allowed. 

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The shortest way is better or worse depending on what the goal is for . 

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A HAPPY and BLESSED Independence Day to ALL my G+ Friends! God love and bless you all!
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