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Re: Psychic Dianne Morang: We all go to Hell! Chris O

Posted by rayww on July 30, 2008, at 23:21:36

In reply to Re: Psychic Dianne Morang: We all go to Hell! rayww, posted by Chris O on July 30, 2008, at 16:47:18

> Um, would that be...outer darkness?

That would be a pretty good definition of hell. I wonder if light is reserved for glory, and if outer darkness means that place where there can be no glory. To have light in space is a privilege/a gift.

Upon searching for references to outer darkness in the scriptures, I found no reference to the thought that hell might be a literal place of outer darkness, that is, unless outer darkness means outer darkness. http://scriptures.lds.org/en/search?search=outer+darkness&do=Search
When I did a search on the word, "hell" the sort according to relevance revealed the following according to relevance:
http://scriptures.lds.org/en/search?type=words&last=outer+darkness&help=&wo=checked&search=hell&do=Search&iw=scriptures&tx=checked&hw=checked&sw=checked&bw=1
which I thought was a better definition, meant to be understood through the spirit, if you know how to tune in with your spirit. I think it is somewhere in the right hemisphere of the brain, but I could be wrong about that, because it is both logical and linear, creative and imaginative.
Following more of the cross referencing, http://scriptures.lds.org/en/2_ne/9/10#10, the BofM is a great source of knowledge concerning life after death, and like no other book on the face of the earth, it contains a promise between you and God, which means you don't ever have to take my word for it. http://scriptures.lds.org/en/moro/10/5#5
The final words in the Book of Mormon, of which I believe every word to be true.

Anyone who studies the meaning of hell should include this as part of their study. If for no other reason, to raise question, because if it raises a question to which there is no answer, a person is more likely to ask God. And if a person questions God or the existence of God, what better way to find out?


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