When we go to Heaven, Can we fall out of heaven into hell?

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As a child I was taught that a person who goes to heaven could fall back into hell because of free will to sin even when in heaven. Is this true?


No. A person’s eternal destination is determined at death. While it is true that there is free will in heaven, that free will won’t allow a saint to do what will then be impossible for him to do (e.g., reject God).

By Michelle Arnold


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  1. Patrick Gannon Reply

    Nonsense. The prayer clearly says “thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” That’s Yahweh-Jesus’ will, not ours. If your will won’t let you do what you want to do, then of course you don’t have free will.
    With no free will there is no path to growth, learning, knowledge… only eternal boredom – or being turned into a zombie, which would be necessary for decent people who abhor the idea of billions of people being thrown into the fires that the artwork accompanying this article depicts. We live a handful of decades and if we fail to believe, say and do the right things, as dictated by celibate virgins dressed in robes, we are thrown for trillions of eternal years into hellfire. Take a lighter and hold it under your arm for a few seconds, and then imagine that over your whole body for all of eternity, and then tell me how you could possibly worship an evil god who would do such a thing, or why you should be respected for doing so.
    They lied to us. Look up the four words translated to the pagan word “Hell” in the bible: Sheol, Gehenna, Hades and Tartarus. Sheol was not a place of punishment, Gehenna was the (now closed) Jerusalem town dump, Hades, brother of Zeus and Poseidon is clearly pagan and Tartarus is the bottom level of Hades. It’s all a lie. None of those words depicts anything like what the artwork accompanying this and every other article about Hell in this forum depicts. What could possibly be more evil?

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