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Joyce Pring’s remarks about “non-believers of Jesus Christ will go to hell” garners violent reactions

DailypediaOctober 16, 2022

Joyce Pring defended herself from the criticism she received after saying that non-believers of Jesus Christ will “go to hell.”

During her podcast on October 8, with guest Wil Dasovich, who asked her if she thinks “a non-believer can go to heaven,” to which the content creator replied saying non-believers of Jesus will “face judgment, go to hell.”

Pring stood firm on her Christian beliefs amid mixed reactions over her remark that non-believers of Jesus Christ will “go to hell.”

“I really wish there was a different answer to this, like, ‘Oh, anybody can go to heaven!’ But I think what makes Christianity beautiful is that you don’t have to work for heaven. Jesus already did that for you. And so the only thing that you have to realize is to accept that gift. What is the gift?” she said.

“The gift is, we’re sinners and God is a Holy God. Let’s say, for example, we are in a courtroom and God is the judge, you’re the criminal. Would God be a good judge if he just said, ‘Okay, sige, ‘wag na. Like, you’re free. You killed someone’ and you’re like, ‘Okay, you’re free to go,’” Joyce added.

“But what Christianity says happens is, Jesus comes in and says, ‘Okay, Wil deserves to be in jail. But instead of Wil going to jail, I’ll be in jail. For his sake.’ That’s what Christ did on the cross,” she furthered.

Some netizens were bothered by her remarks as seen on social media.

In the same episode, Pring said that a murderer can still enter heaven’s gate “if he honestly repents for his sin.”

However, some said that the most religious people are the vilest.

On Instagram, Pring said that her critics are “absolutely right.”

She added that saints not being Christian will not go to heaven “if they don’t believe in Jesus.”

“God loves us so much that He made a way for us to be reconciled to Him through Jesus. Yes, we are sinful. But He died on the Cross and bore our sin and shame not only so that we can be saved, but also that we would be transformed, renewed, and experience what True love, peace, and joy mean. All we need to do is humble ourselves to believe and repent,” she wrote.

“This is the greatest gift I have ever received — by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone. I used to be a shameful sinner, and now I am STILL an imperfect, bruised, calloused, wonky, Christ-follower. But by the grace of God, I have surrendered my life to Him and continue to walk with Him through all seasons — because I know that true life can only be found through Him,” she said.

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