"the one who puts to death the wrongdoer will in turn be put to death...
Are you so bold as to state that DEATH (be it of the body or soul) was their punishment?"
I said death comes to all, wise and fool. I did not say the one who puts to death etc...
if death is considered a punishment then all whom you have stated is punished. a person cannot use the death of a person as a reason for their joy when they will die too. ini a promote the death of evil, and negativity. ini condemn evil as evil not evil as a person/Jah creation.
"...JAH created EVERYTHING...So to say that NOTHING will be finding its way into a certain pit of sulfur would be incorrect."
It is one thing to make something but another thing for someone to make use of it. it is there. if u waan know good and evil, gwaan mi-nuh top u. if u waan know love, gwaan mi-nuh stop u.
what requires punishment, bad or good?
can good come from something bad?
is JAH bad or good?
remember you seh JAH created evrything.
if you are able to feel good? then it is Jah creation and will stand in the day of judgement. are you able to feel bad? then that will not stand in the day of Judgement.
or in other words
"get to the pynt, cyan dis di Rastamon annynt...
hear-mi-nuh, hear-mi-nuh, hear-mi-nuh
hey, hey, hey, hey,
sizzla kalonji seh love one anotha"
why do think is the pynt to love one another? it
is the only thing that will remain.
NONE OF JAH CREATION IS GOING TO HELL.
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