If Jesus was walking on Earth during the 1930s, do you feel He should have walked up to Adolf Hitler and immediately condemned him to death?

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  1. No, I think all the death and destruction related to Hitler would be considered part of the great plan. I do however think Jesus could have mentioned to Hitler that there is a little surprise in store for him.

  2. There are two answers, the simple answer, and the real answer.

    Almost everyone loves the simple answer because it suits their abstract desire and this is fine. But I truly wish people would dig a little deeper because then things will make more sense and more understanding of what is going on in this world. For me, understanding the difficult things makes me more prepared for when things will become difficult.

    Simple Answer: No, Jesus would not have condemned Hitler. And most people will quote John 3:17 to support this answer and I agree.

    “For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.”
    -John 3:17.

    The most important question is, “Why wouldn’t Jesus condemn?” and this is found in John 3:18-19: “He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.

    Most do not realize that there are two judgments and I will leave it up to you to research this…the first judgement is Hell, the second judgment is when those that are in Hell are cast into the Lake of Fire. Revelation.

    “…but he who does not believe is condemned already” (John 3:18 ). Did you see what it said? More importantly, did you notice what it did not say. It doesn’t say Jesus condemns those who choose to not believe, it says they are already condemned. Jesus purpose is to come and save the condemned! So now we have a choice, to believe and be saved, or stay and remain condemned.

    So therefore we must accept we have all already been condemned, we all are already in the land of the dead, the judged, the condemned, we are in Hell. But Jesus came to Hell to save, He brought the light for a short time to call people to follow Him out of this place. And so we either decide to stay and eventually be consumed by Evil for this place is its place, or we absorb the light while it is here and therefore we get on the boat and leave (Noah’s Ark).

    Please read this article:

    It is Time – Final Writing

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