Death Bed Confessions?

“Jesus, My Lord and My God”

Since: Oct 07

Seattle, WA

#1 Nov 27, 2007
Is their such a thing?

Im asking this because someone could be sinning all of their life and they know about Jesus but they don't have a personal relationship with him at all. Then on their death bed, they decide to accept Christ. Would that person be saved?

It just doesn't seem right because that person heard about Jesus and heard the word but they just didn't want to be saved at that moment, then all of a sudden they want to except him because they are dying. Something just doesn't seem right here.
No Fear

United States

#2 Nov 27, 2007
Apostolic Man wrote:
Is their such a thing?
Im asking this because someone could be sinning all of their life and they know about Jesus but they don't have a personal relationship with him at all. Then on their death bed, they decide to accept Christ. Would that person be saved?
It just doesn't seem right because that person heard about Jesus and heard the word but they just didn't want to be saved at that moment, then all of a sudden they want to except him because they are dying. Something just doesn't seem right here.
Just think of the time you have to serve God here on earth and all the blessing......think of those crowns you get to lay a Jesus's feet. Seems fair to me! lol
Teresa

Paris, TN

#3 Nov 27, 2007
The bible does not say that you have to have been saved for any specified amount of time.
Salvation is free- to all. Even to those who wait until the last minute.
Why would you want to deny them?
Angels rejoice when a soul is saved, why wouldn't we? Because we've labored under the burden of our crosses all of our lives and they get off Scott free? "My yoke is easy, my burden is light".
I think it's sad that they lived their lives without God because I know living with Him is much easier. Had they lived with Him, life could have been easier and therefore they might not have been the people that they were.
People whom you seem to think are not worthy.
Everyone is worthy.

“Jesus, My Lord and My God”

Since: Oct 07

Seattle, WA

#4 Nov 27, 2007
No Fear wrote:
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Just think of the time you have to serve God here on earth and all the blessing......think of those crowns you get to lay a Jesus's feet. Seems fair to me! lol
Can't argue with that, lol

Since: Aug 07

Jeffersonville, IN

#5 Nov 27, 2007
Apostolic Man wrote:
Is their such a thing?
Im asking this because someone could be sinning all of their life and they know about Jesus but they don't have a personal relationship with him at all. Then on their death bed, they decide to accept Christ. Would that person be saved?
It just doesn't seem right because that person heard about Jesus and heard the word but they just didn't want to be saved at that moment, then all of a sudden they want to except him because they are dying. Something just doesn't seem right here.
wow,there might be hope for you yet ap man, we actually agree on something.but didn't one or both guys hanging on the crosses next to Jesus
get into heaven like this?

personally i don't think it works quit that easy.
I know there's an symbolic arrangement of words that
I was taught as a child you have to say to be saved. but to me all of that didn't have any more meaning than a magician saying abracadabra before is trick.
I think believing what you're saying {which is where things get tricky} is by far more important
than a {password like} arrangement of words from the bible.
Faith

Kansas City, MO

#6 Jul 25, 2008
The collection of Forty Hadith by al-Imam al-Nawawi (or Imam Nawawi) has been known, accepted and appreciated by Muslim scholars for the last seven centuries.

Its significance lay in the fact that these selected forty hadiths comprise the main essential and fundamental concepts of Islam which, in turn, construct the minimum level of required revealed knowledge for every single Muslim. Since having good knowledge of the various fundamental aspects of the religion is key to a Muslim's practice and application of Islam, this web site attempts to provide simple and practical commentaries to the collection of Imam Nawawi's Forty Hadith.

Various principles are contained in these hadiths, such as belief, Muslim ethics and fiqh. As such, it is very important to have a good understanding of these hadiths based on scholarly interpretations. In addition, these commentaries also try to offer discussions on related contemporary issues pertaining to certain concepts mentioned in these hadiths.

http://www.youngmuslims.ca/online_library/boo...
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Mission, TX

#7 Jan 27, 2014
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