It is easy to say that we would die for the righteous man , the one who has done good deeds, and the one, who is saved?
What about dying for the murderer or the kidnapper? What if it were your own child in whom they did this to?
Thats who Christ died for , so that even they may have forgiveness?
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Answer by jessa1091 at 4:01 AM on Sep. 28, 2009
The beauty of the Gospel is that everyone and anyone is invited. If a murderer,ect. comes to Jesus with an open and truly repentant heart,yes he will be forgiven.I'm sad for any Christian believer who holds on to anger and unforgiveness. The murderer could very well develope a relationship with God and see Heaven, while the unforgiving believer could spend his/her entire life hurting only to miss out on Heaven.
Answer by Lexylex at 7:02 AM on Sep. 28, 2009
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