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Jesus love for you - teaching from New and Old Testaments

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The article presents the choice of man on earth towards heaven or hell. It is not God who condemns man to hell, but man himself excludes himself from the condition of heaven. In this way, he condemns to eternal prison in the darkness, forever connected with torment and torture without any relief, break or comfort. Hell is the loss of a saving relationship with God. It is a terrible torment for a man who forever goes away. There are references to the new and the old will.
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Catholic   Church   Jesus   chirist   father   man   mistery   people   woman  
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129
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1-11
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  • Faculty of Theology, University of Opole, 1 B Wojciecha Drzymały Str., 45-342 Opole, Poland
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