Are you predestined because of what your parents did?

by janis

Are you predestined because of what your parents did?

For bringing us into this world our parents were responsible. They are actual love with us, care for us, teach us right from wrong, and guide us toward a healthy and responsible maturity. Most of us were lucky to have parents who did a fine job.

But unfortunately, some of us were born of parents who fell far little of the stain. They just weren’t ready to have children. Maybe they were too focused on money or power or pleasure to really care in relation to their children. These bad parents can basis great damage to their children.

In past times, it was general for whole families to be predestined and executed for the offenses of the head of the household. Just as like three men named Ali, Dahan, and Abirahim rebelled against God’s commandments to the ancient Hebrews about the priesthood, not only they, but their wives and children died as a result of their naughtiness.


What do you mean by repeating “The word of the Lord came to me” this proverb concerning the land of Israel, “The parents have eaten sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge”? As I say the Lord God, this proverb shall no more be used by you in Israel.  All lives of the parent as well as the life of the child is mine: it is only the person who sins that shall die. (Ezekiel 18:1–4)

The chapter then goes on to explain in detail that only the son shall be held guilty if a father is good, but his son evil, then if that son has a son who sees how his father lived, but to live a good life instead, then only the father, not the son, shall be held guilty.

Have you committed terrible sins?

If you yourself  have done terrible, horrible sin. What if you don’t deserve to go to heaven because of what you’ve done?

But if the evil turn away from all their sins that they have committed and keep all my statutes shall not die. The righteousness have done they shall live. Have I any pleasure in the death of the evil, says the Lord God, and not rather that they should turn from their ways and live? (Ezekiel 18:21–23, emphasis added)


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Are you predestined because of what your parents did?
Are you predestined because of what your parents did?