A Truthful, Scriptural, Memorial Sympathy Card: "Your loved one is most likely at the lake of fire, because 'strait is the gate, and narrow is the way which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.' Take this time of grief. Be thankful you still have time to be one of the few."

Why don’t ‘Christian’ bookstores carry doctrinally biblical greeting cards, to help wake people up?
I was discussing ‘Christian’ greeting cards with a friend, who thought of this truthful, reality-check one [I changed in a lake of fire to at a lake of fire, because not all who go to hell end up in the actual lake of fire]:

“Your loved one is most likely at a lake of fire, because ‘strait is the gate, and narrow is the way which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.’

Take this time of grief. Be thankful you still have time to be one of the few.”

– Author Known

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Related:
Howard Pittman, after dying in the ambulance 30 years ago, saw how many people entered heaven, while he was told how many entered hell. And then he was told that if everyone died then, only 2.5% of the people would go to heaven. This figure is clearly lower today. Very few ‘Christians’ are actually abiding in Christ to the Biblically required degree.
Most don’t have clear consciences, so when they die and see Jesus face to Face they’ll have confidence to enter.

How Many Will Be in Heaven? How Many are Finding the WAY? Only 1 in 40 — 2.5%?!!

My article that no one can refute:

“Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way | Who are the Children of God? — “There is therefore now *no condemnation* to those who are IN CHRIST Jesus, who don’t WALK according to the flesh, but ACCORDING TO THE SPIRIT

Paul in Acts 24:16:

“..I also practice always having a conscience void of offense toward God and men.”

 

2 thoughts on “A Truthful, Scriptural, Memorial Sympathy Card: "Your loved one is most likely at the lake of fire, because 'strait is the gate, and narrow is the way which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.' Take this time of grief. Be thankful you still have time to be one of the few."

  1. i have heard pastors trying to consol Christian people whose unsaved loved one passed away, saying that nobody knows what happen after we die, and that God still has a “last chance” for them!
    Now your Sympathy card is really true, even funny on your web page, but who will print these words on a card then give the card to a widow? (maybe it can be sent by post anonymously…)

    1. Someone should print this, so it can be given to others. The New Testament is full of warnings, which many now never hear.
      It’s good to be led by the Holy Spirit as to what to send to who, doing everything from a heart full of love.
      Jeff

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