top of page
  • Mark Clary

Does God Love Everyone?

Updated: Jan 11

If you ask anyone on the street or in the church most people would say that God loves them because He is a God of love and mercy, right? It doesn't matter how you live your life or what you think because God is a forgiving and loving God. This is what we all have been told since we were little kids, but is this true? Let me quote a recent conversation that Whoopi Goldberg had with Pope Francis to bring to light the stupidity of such thinking.

Here is a short excerpt of Whoopi Goldberg meeting with Pope Francis: “He is exactly what I hoped he would be, which is a pope for all people regardless of religion, which I really appreciated, and I wanted to thank him for all of my gay friends, and for all of my divorced friends because he basically has said, listen. God loves you no matter what. Come back to the church. I appreciated that, Goldberg said, recalling her visit with Pope Francis.”

The default response of anyone reading this is that nobody is perfect and we all are flawed; therefore, God loves me and forgives me no matter what. It is true that nobody is perfect, but do not use that as an excuse to continue sinning and living a perverted lifestyle. Having a cavalier attitude towards the Word of God and not striving to obey His Word is a recipe for eternal damnation. Pope Francis in this brief dialogue with Whoopi Goldberg completely perverted the gospel and continues to lead many in the Catholic church astray. That being said, God's Word is pretty clear on teachers and preachers or anyone (including the Pope) who promotes a false gospel, the end being eternal damnation in hell.

Logically speaking, if God really loves everyone then He would have to love the demons also, but we know the Bible says that the demons have already been judged and condemned to hell (i.e. not loved). God's Word is very clear in that most of humanity will perish in hell as stated in Matthew 7:13-14, “Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is broad that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it. For the gate is small and the way is narrow that leads to life, and there are few who find it.”

21 views0 comments


bottom of page