I Don’t Want to Believe Hell Is Real – Says Nikki Samonas Who Obviously Knows More than Jesus

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Actress and tv presenter Nikki Samonas has revealed that she refuses to believe that hell is real and that a loving God can send some of his own children there to suffer for all eternity.

According to her, she wholeheartedly believes that heaven is real and all children of God would be sent there but for hell, it cannot be real.

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Samonas told ZionFelix this during a chat on his show ‘Uncut’.

“Everyone will go to Heaven, once you’re a child of God you’ll go to Heaven and we’re all children of God because he created us all,” she said.

“I can’t tell if hell is real. I don’t really believe it’s real, I don’t want to even think about it. Nobody wants pain, agony or torture. So to me, Hell is nonexistent. I’ll always think positive and I want my friends and family to think same.” Nikki added.

It seems the idea of hell is so monstrous that she doesn’t even want to entertain it, which is how most normal people should feel about an idea like that.

But since Nikki has decided to become a Christian, she can’t just believe what makes her feel good and disregard what makes her feel bad.

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Jesus himself talked many times about hell, including in Matthew 8:12 when he said: “But the children of the kingdom shall be cast out into outer darkness: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.” Don’t even get me started on all that John said in Revelations.

Better believe it, Nikki. If you think hell is too barbaric to think about then consider God perhaps too barbaric for you to worship.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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