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Three!! Did you say Three Eternal Destinies??  I thought it was only  Heaven or Hell…

Many people ask this question, and it is not surprising. After all, Christians have been preaching about heaven and hell for almost two thousand years. But for those same two thousand years, thoughtful people have struggled with another perplexing question:
“What about the millions who never had the opportunity to hear about Jesus Christ? Are they all going to hell?”
There are many “pat” answers to this question from the great Christian thinkers, following their well-worn doctrinal paths. But these answers fail to bring peace to the conscience of many sensitive people. A person’s innate sense of a just and loving Creator cannot be easily reconciled with the view that He arbitrarily condemns all who died without accepting Christ to eternal torment.
We who present this site have discovered that the Bible presents many profound contradictions to the “pat” answers that most of us have heard all our lives. We hope you will take the time to read and seriously consider what you read. It will change your life…
We believe with all our hearts in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob — the God whose love and justice are both perfect. And we believe in His Son, Yahshua the Messiah, who has the power of life and death in His hands, and will grant eternal life to all who truly believe in Him. The common life that we share together, like the first disciples in the Book of Acts, gives us the opportunity to love one another in the way our Master commanded us — daily laying down our lives for our brothers. You are welcome to call, write, or visit us at any time…

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“How can I believe in a God that throws all people into Hell Just because they are not Christians?”

Has anyone ever asked you this question? Many sincere people wonder. Of course, you could pull a pat answer from your theological quiver and say, “No one is good.” And there is some truth to that, for truly all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God1Romans 3:23


But does that mean that, say, a Chinese peasant who worked hard all her life caring for her family, remaining faithfully married for 50 years, would be condemned by God to the same eternal destiny as Adolf Hitler who murdered six million Jews?
The Truth is, that God recognizes Three Categories of People…
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The Righteous

The Righteous2Revelation 22:11 will go to the place that has been prepared for them since the world began — enjoying a Second Life in the Nations of God’s Eternal Kingdom3Revelation 21:3 & 24-26, Isaiah 60:11-14.


The Wicked

The Unjust and the Filthy4Revelation 22:11 will go to the place prepared for Satan and his angels — experiencing forever and ever a Second Death in the Eternal Lake of Fire5Revelation 21:8, Isaiah 66:24.


The Holy

The Holy6Revelation 22:11 will experience Eternal Life in the place prepared for God’s very own special people — they will be His dwelling place forever, metaphorically called the Holy City, New Jerusalem — the Bride of Messiah7Revelation 21:1-3, 9-12.


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Fate-or-Destiny

Destiny is like destination
It is the place where a person arrives at the end of a journey. When you walk towards a specific destination, each step you take brings you closer to where you are going. The further you go, the more set you are in that direction. In the same way, each human being walks towards his own eternal destination. How a person lives his life now, determines where he is headed…

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CLAIMER

The views expressed on the 3 Eternal Destinies website reflect those of the Twelve Tribes Communities. The Twelve Tribes is a confederation of twelve self-governing tribes, composed of self-governing communities. We are disciples of the Son of God whose name in Hebrew is Yahshua. We follow the pattern of the early church in Acts 2:44 and 4:32, truly believing everything that is written in the Old and New Covenants of the Bible, and sharing all things in common.
"Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your deeds. Your deeds form your habits. Your habits set your character, and your character determines your Eternal Destiny..."