logged out again
Date: August 08, 2019 06:26PM
On the other hand,https://www.mormonwiki.com/Spirit_Prison
"Now, people also keep their character when they enter the spirit world. Realistically, someone who spent their entire life rejecting Jesus Christ and His gospel will probably not accept His gospel in the spirit world. Death does not change our natures. When a wicked person like this enters the spirit world, the guilt and pain of recognizing his or her own distance from God is tremendous. As the Book of Mormon says, 'The demands of divine justice do awaken his immortal soul to a lively sense of his own guilt, which doth cause him to shrink from the presence of the Lord, and doth fill his breast with guilt, and pain, and anguish, which is like an unquenchable fire, whose flame ascendeth up forever and ever' (Mosiah 2:38). 'Ye cannot say, when ye are brought to that awful crisis, that I will repent, that I will return to my God. Nay, ye cannot say this; for that same spirit which doth possess your bodies at the time that ye go out of this life, that same spirit will have power to possess your body in that eternal world' (Alma 34:34)."
Also, read up on Bruce R's discussion of the Second Chance Theory. Kind of hard to get to 90% if you accept this:https://www.exmormon.org/phorum/read.php?2,2184304
also in his famous "Seven Deadly Heresies" address:https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/bruce-r-mcconkie/seven-deadly-heresies/
"Heresy four: There are those who believe that the doctrine of salvation for the dead offers men a second chance for salvation. …There is no such thing as a second chance to gain salvation."