If that is true, which is reasonable to believe (BELIEVE TAB shows ‘blueprint logic’) then it still would seem off for the true believers of another faith that ‘have God’s law written within their heart, that inevitably found a different path’ to be forced into a perilous scenario (while American’s are collecting checks in paneled houses with low prophecy resolve) or to change the peace they’ve found through the knowledge they’ve learned and acquired together through time, wouldn’t it? Thankfully, like the video above went over Romans 2:14-16 (first early random bible book open of memory that was my first favorite verse) – there are circumstances in the bible that help give extra assurance to believers who have concerns over this dilemma, where faith in a righteous system instituted by God through His word wouldn’t be just to not include everyone without taking into account the discretion element of all decisions, sometimes outweighing letter of the law black and white.
One of the scenarios for future FTE initiatives, through blanket statements (Hindu says this on the social media platform to witness their belief in the best fewest words of grace, but under code 1 they could include FTE disclaimer or during a particular timeframe testing they could participate, even if for only a sentence under disclaimer format defending their current beliefs, yet they could ‘be a dummy’ for a moment in their total logic of their own faith and use the disclaimer with this or that correct verbiage to address the acknowledgment of the prolificacy of the knowledge of Jesus; all in the form of a rhetoric that may be dicey to them, may not be, may be worth it, may not be worth it, completely up to them – to those who are able to participate in the future spot where this becomes a major initiative. Maybe as far as online posting, though don’t want to be pushy but part of the participation element of the peoples profiles at times throughout the 10 year bible test timeframe. Speak your prayer out like a news reporter on video camera, keep it on private or public settings – then at some point through your own personal meditation on these thoughts, with the memory you created, seek further through the thought as ‘your assurance,’ and who knows we may learn from you.
Ideally it’s best to confess the name of Jesus because it’s the most clear direct thing to do (it creates the acknowledgement to belief in first Jesus virtue and then all the extra thoughts) and it allows the initiatives to preach in peace the good news to all ears across the globe (Romans 10). Many people don’t take religion serious for serious enough reasons they don’t comply but with great magnitude it is important because life is too vain and short compared to the age of the knowledge of everything else.
Where you are throughout the globe plays a factor with the discretion decisions at hand given a more cohesive attempt of ‘oneness’ where parallels of the past historian initiatives collide with the current ‘larger mass cooperation’ movement; it’s true too that nations and tribes of different religions may have extra grace and extra qualities for an increase and betterment for everyone. I believe their knowledge and practices are instituted and taught through the Holy Spirit, but regardless of the name tied to the intuition, the decision making to be a servant correctly means God’s spirit is in them, as everything is under his control. You don’t kill a innocent person. You don’t punish someone by not acting off only hearing a whisper during a firestorm. God knows the resolve and discretion of all factors that go into decisions. Apologies for putting myself over!
One of the largest reasons I had resentment or doubt towards belief in Jesus for a large chunk of my life was because I felt like believing in Jesus meant I was condemning other people of different beliefs or ways of life. I don't like how the bible makes God's people 'chosen' over other people, when I could have just as easily been born to that different person's mother and been raised down a different path with a different set of beliefs given to me in my life where different relayed structural messages passed on to my ears from people I associated to during my upbringing contradict belief in Father and Son entrance.
BlanketStatement: Some people just feel connected to each other and the world, and that feels many times more real to their hearts than belief in Jesus and his teachings. I’d rather keep my current degree of dignity, love my family as I do, treat my co-workers as I do, and keep my outlooks with my sense of wishful optimism all the way to death and just play the odds – God would be too vain otherwise to create me, not anoint me and let me die comparatively speaking; more so than associate to judgeful white Christians as religion as a whole (whether Jesus’s teachings of love or Hindu embraces of emotion) as all teachings like evolution are systematic learning's of natural social advancement that shouldn’t connect to initial creator, since His or it’s strategy as God or the God’s have thus allowed all the events of war to occur up to this point right now.
Who am I to say I am right and going to heaven, while you are wrong and going to hell to suffer in a ‘mistaken forsaken state’ for an eternity because you don't feel believing in Jesus and the bible feels true?
A Buddhist may be spiritual and hold to many parallel teachings of peace and unity that aspects of the bible also teach, but the bible would still classify it as a false religion since belief in Jesus through faith is a requirement and it opens the door for extra idol meditation (less exact source) though maybe my assumption is off, but regardless how much does it connect? The yoke of Christianity is to serve to the degree that permits.
This topic or debate stirs up strong emotions, as it should to those who seek God or something more, with a heart of truth that care for all people. I believe God the creator of us planned and wanted this to be something we all question, so that we learn to better follow the law written within our hearts on what is right and righteous and move forward from that.
As is the case for many people whether Christian or not, it doesn't feel right or okay to hold your religion as an absolute right way of life over others. When I started reading the bible in 2010, I intentionally did not read the New Testament the majority of the time, because I didn't want to commit to belief in Jesus until I got answers on how and why you can say one religion is ‘the way’ while others are false and ‘worthy of being condemned.’
I could write so much more on this topic and plan to down the road as it's very complicated, but I'll explain the first experience that gave me hope that all tribes and nations and peoples will get a fair shot to be friends in heaven - because anyone with a good heart knows that the different flavors of people in this life bring added meaning to this world and is something to embrace.
In college, when I choose my blanket statement as agnostic with cold or hot ‘follower’ embrace, I read everything through the spiritual gentile of people my age defending their stances. When I hit 25 I had a nice random probability combo of prayer and page opening within a short sequenced time events (other than perceiving with lots of back knowledge or direct revelation, what other form of extra conviction do you get other than opening a book of thousands of pages to such nail on the head elements of my up to then needed answers?) that lead to the above mentioned Romans 2:14-16 verses that seemed like the newest form of inclusion for everyone.
I associated myself as a Gentile at this point in my walk (a non believer sometimes 'more in favor of flesh lobbyism like I was' who is not bound to the specific rules of the bible or 'law' in their current state) more so just following don’t judge a soul, forgive more than may be logical, and show extra love with extra availability. Later on, still aware of how I read Gentile ‘spiritual visual association of people groups being in a different country and time than past Jerusalem writings,’ my faith grew in Jesus and the hope that everyone gets a fair shot to heaven. Once we get past this time frame, there seems to be the right kind of speculation about an exciting heaven to come so I secretly cheered more for Christianity to somehow prove true. Anyway the verse I opened to says
"For when Gentiles, who do not have the law, by nature do what the law requires, they are a law to themselves, even though they do not have the law. They show that the works of the law is written on their hearts, while their conflicting thoughts accuse or even excuse them on that day when, according to my gospel, God judges the secrets of men By Christ Jesus."
So say a Buddhist modern day gentile dies, who stood for peace and unity and is connected to people in a true way where offering a helping hand to those in need comes natural, that becomes ‘the law on to themselves’ even though they were never bound to the ‘law of the bible’ or confessed vocally in Jesus prior to death. They will be given the opportunity to have their conflicting thoughts accuse or even EXCUSE them on that day of judgment when we are all held accountable to the life we live here on earth. Did this deceased Buddhist adhere to the teachings of the Holy Spirit? It appears so.
Jesus said ‘I am the way the truth and the life, no one comes to the Father except through me.’
So after the Buddhist dies and is raised from the dead at the time of resurrection he can’t get into New Jerusalem to see the throne of the Father, unless he reports to Jesus first at the gates who says ‘you knew me.’ So technically Christianity doesn’t condemn other religions, in my personal belief that I’ve put my whole heart into.
NOTE: It’s excessive speculation to create definitions of deceased looking over us while they are in the grave looking over our every move. We will learn it better in heaven and there are real life accounts of a knowledge they are in a peaceful screensaver state of general anesthesia where the regular screen can activate and emotional responses can come down from heaven, ‘being touched by an angel’ in real life needed times, from the deceased love ones. Also this speculation consists of accounts of people with dream visions of wisp state of heaven shadow travel that is a bit excessive to conclude on.
Hopefully I’ll get funding for a few of these speculative visuals within the FTE 3D interface as traveling to heaven’s festivals is a main goal, but attending everyone is to religious – the shadow travel can be reflection time when you ‘got zapped,’ for not sinning but using up a max ‘heaven negative’ power bar that you can’t quite keep an exact science on. The shadow travel isn’t fig tree hanging out, but more so missing out on something you would attend every single time. Abraham and Jesus are drinking fruit of the vine at the festival!
Did you think heaven was just normal conversation and a few boring festivals? That's naive but not the top focus right now. Anyway, it looks promising that the bible will finalize it's lawyering to correctly account for all people and parties involved prior to the coming of Jesus. However this initiative is transparent throughout the process and therefore will create answers of next thought along the way, however that plays out is a matter of faith prophecy testing. Climate change funding is overrated if people are suffering in hot areas with chemical gas!