Did you know that getting into Heaven is one of the easiest things to do? However, a vast majority of the population do not make it into Heaven but instead go to Hell? This book goal is to reveal what the Bible has to say and to demonstrate scientifically, touching on economics, politics and other issues to bring about a greater understanding of what the Scriptures reveal, and how anyone can escape this horrible outcome and make it into Heaven.
Matthews 7:13-14 (NIV); 1 Peter 3:20 (ESV):
13. “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads
to destruction, and MANY enter through it.
14. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a FEW find it”.
We also know from Noah’s flood that only eight people were saved out of possibly thousands, or even millions (1 Peter 3:20).
FEW VS. MANY:
Few are making it into Heaven
But many more have not made the correct choice
Mathematics: According to worldometers (http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/), the world’s current population is 7.5 billion people and growing daily. I looked at a number of sources, including the U.S. Census Bureau to determine how many people die each day. But I like how Jose Delgado arrived at his conclusion that somewhere between 250,000 to 300,000 people die every day around the world. He says that the average worldwide life span is 66.12 years, and he rounds off the number of people on the planet to just 7 billion, which means that the number of deaths each day is most likely closer to 300,000. However, he does not venture into how many goes to Heaven or Hell, he used the following calculation to arrive at just how many die each day while another principle and data is used to determine just how many of these are going to Heaven and Hell.
“Calculations: 7 billion people on earth. Average life expectancy is about 66.12 years ~ 24150 days; [so, he divides] 7 billion people ÷ 24,150 days is just less than 300k. However, life expectancy is increasing, and population is increasing, so the actual number should be lower than 300k.” But because there are more than 7.5 billion people on the planet, I rounded off the number to 300,000 deaths a day, which means that nearly 75,000 are going to Heaven while the remaining 225,000 are going to Hell. However, this number may fluctuate based upon the actual number of deaths.
So, one of the goals of this book, [using the law of salvation and what we know about the precision and consistence of the laws of physics and the laws of nature] is to show how nearly three (3) out of every four (4) people who die go to Hell rather than Heaven.
This book will answer some of the most important questions in regards to why more people who die go to Hell than Heaven, and how anyone can avoid it. But the people who fail to avoid Hell seem to really not take serious interest in their eternal destiny.
If the laws of physics respond to a murderer who understand the principles of air flight to fly a plane, so will the law of salvation respond to any person who applies the principles of salvation to go to Heaven! There are many souls in Hell, today, crying out, in great torment and excruciating pain “Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! What a fool I was.”
THIS BOOK ALSO ANSWERS THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AND MORE:
*Is there truly a Heaven to gain and a Hell to avoid after this life is over?
*If Hell is real, why are so many people going there…are they out of their mind?
*Is there truly a way that is 100% guaranteed for anyone to escape Hell?
*Did you know that the same reason why some bad folks go to Hell is the same identical reason that many good folks go to Hell?
*What is the most important decision that anyone will ever make in their lifetime?
*Scientific discovery has proven that the laws of physics and the laws of nature work identically the same for all people around the planet, but how is it that we adopt different spiritual laws when it comes to religion and reaching God?
*If nearly three out of every four people who die go to Hell, does that mean that you only have one chance out of four to go to Heaven?
*Are spiritual laws just as precise and reliable as any mathematical equation?
*Why do more inventions and innovations come out of the west and the USA, and what does that has to do with Heaven and Hell?
*With everything being equal, which would you prefer to have, the eggs from a red feathered chicken or the eggs from a white feathered chicken?
*Should you need a blood transfusion, would you prefer blood from someone of the same race with a different blood type, or from a person of a different race but the same blood type? Understanding the correct answer to this question demonstrates that the pigmentation of a person’s skin is just about as important as the color of chicken feathers to determine the taste of its meat and eggs.