I personally don't believe in a "Judgment Day" - where each person stands before a judge in a court room and hears a verdict about their life. I believe "The Final Judgment" is nothing more than the natural end of our progression and growth - that point where we no longer learn and grow. I also believe that point is FAR further out into the future than most people assume, and I think FAR more people reach "godhood" or "perfection" (a state of wholeness, completion and full development) than most people assume.
I think God's grace, mercy and charity (long-suffering patience, especially)
are as universal and expansive as is possible, and I think lots of
people will be shocked in the end as they look around and finally
realize they aren't as "elect" as they thought they were.
Enid vs. The Balloon 3/27/2017
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