Many people accuse God of being unjust
for sending people to hell
for all eternity.
Consider however these two things:
1. It is not God who sends people to hell, but people who refuse God’s Mercy and wishes to proudly exalt themselves for all eternity. After being enlightened of everything they need to know in order to decide, will they change their minds at all after they render their eternal choice? Will they choose God above themselves? Will they choose true Love instead of human wisdom and pride?
2. Which God will be unjust? The One who after a definite time shall separate the darkness from the Light? Or the One who will forever choose to mingle the Light with the darkness that is not His?
Much of the suffering of people on earth is due to the dual nature of things upon this life. Light and darkness, day and night, good and evil. It is here where the good suffer for the evil things those of the darkness persist in doing. Will a just God forever allow that the good suffer for the evil they have not done?
Haven’t you wondered then that out of all the evil things the current world has done, it has not yet reaped the frightening recompense it deserves? Whence shall the day of Justice come at all? In truth I say that this world has not yet suffered what it deserves only by virtue of God’s Mercy, and by virtue of God allowing the time for this duality of things to exist until the intended harvest is ripe. In truth I say, it is by virtue of the suffering of the good that the evil in this world has not yet been exterminated. Were it not for such, those living in darkness would have long ago received what they deserved.