‘And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear you, when ye depart thence, shake off the dust under your feet for a testimony against them. Verily I say unto you, It shall be more tolerable for Sodom and Gomorrha in the day of judgment, than for that city.’
(Mark 6:11)

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—Photodrama of Creation, p. D25

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  1. Benson Odera

    We have now realized that the Sodomites, in the Kingdom they will have an opportunity to hear of God’s grace to accept and rejoice in it. Well, we have a question.
    What about the fallen Angels and Judah son of Iscariot? what will happen to them?



      Thanks for the questions.

      Firstly, regarding Judas Iscariot, I recommend you take a look at the following link:

      This is a part quote from an article found in the November 1st, 1911 edition of The Watch Tower: ‘Was Judas a hypocrite?’. Basically, the gist of the article is that Judas Iscariot sinned against sufficient light and so has gone into Second Death from which there is no recovery.

      As for the fallen angels, a part quote from Volume 5 of Studies in the Scriptures (The At-One-Ment Between God and Man), STUDY XIV, P. E412-413 states:

      ‘As we have seen, the sentence upon mankind is an absolutely [E413] just one, and there would have been no room whatever for appeal from that sentence on the score of justice (it being admitted that Adam had a sufficiency of knowledge of his Creator to command his implicit obedience, and it being admitted also that it was but a just arrangement on God’s part, that the life which would not be used in harmony with his righteous and benevolent arrangements should be forfeited, taken away). Nevertheless, we can readily see that God could have devised a different penalty in man’s case, and that too without the violation of any principle of justice. We have proof of this in his dealing with the fallen angels. They were not put under a sentence of death; the penalty imposed upon them, on the contrary, was that they were restrained, and are still restrained, waiting for a final trial. Jude 6’

      Frank Shallieu’s New Testament Studies states, in part [1 Corinthians 15:26]:

      ‘The Scriptures intimate that some of the fallen angels will be rescued during the Kingdom Age (1 Cor. 6:3). Those who fall in line with the Kingdom arrangement will be treated just like fallen mankind. To the contrary, Satan has already incurred the Sin unto Second Death; He will be destroyed in due time, and Adamic death will be lifted by the conclusion of the Kingdom Age. …’

      A further part comment from New Testament Studies [Col 1:20]:

      ‘He will “reconcile all things unto himself… things in heaven [that is, the repentant fallen angels, who will be retrieved].” The holy angels, who did not sin at the time of the flood, do not need reconciliation.’—

      Simply put, the arrangement for dealing with the fallen angels in not the same as the one put in place to deal with sinful mankind (Adamic death). Fallen angels will undergo a trial in the near future and any that repent will be recovered, but the incorrigible will go into eternal death with no hope of recovery.

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