Your Questions About Pass To Paradise

Ken asks…

Paradise Road, WI????????????????

Why does everyoe say to stay out of the woods on the left hand side?

admin answers:

Jefferson – Paradise Road – Witnesses report feeling an eerie presence. They have heard inhuman screams, seen short, robed
shapes in the woods, and have even seen a raccoon, decapitated, with blood glistening in the headlights, but no blood on the road
and no head anywhere in sight. Location is on Paradise Road, a right turn shortly after you pass Saint Colletta’s. Advice is to STAY

The link below will show you other haunted WI stories too

David asks…

Can you get tired of eternal life in paradise?

If you beliave in paradise everyone knows you will get eternal life…… you think you can get tired of it? i mean to exist and then how can you end it when its eternal. please serious answers. think about it 1000years no problem 1milion but 3billion at the same place i mean in paradise you cant explore universe like you can in this life. Gods have lived forever but humans think 100years is much i dont but is a man capable of accepting living 4ever at the same place. cause im pretty sure in paradise you cant explore universe and meet other lifeforms.

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NOTE THE hope of renown author about paradise, I will list the different aspects of paradise:

-*** w09 8/15 p. 14 pars. 8-9 Everlasting Life on Earth—A Hope Rediscovered ***

One of the English-speaking world’s famous poets, John Milton (1608-1674), wrote Paradise Lost and its sequel Paradise Regained. In his works, Milton referred to the reward that the faithful will receive in an earthly paradise. Although Milton dedicated much of his life to Bible study, he recognized that Scriptural truth would not be pieced together until Christ’s presence“
–The famous mathematician Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) also had a keen interest in the Bible. He understood that the holy ones will be raised to heavenly life and will rule invisibly with Christ. (Rev. 5:9, 10) As for the subjects of the Kingdom, he wrote: “The earth shall continue to be inhabited by mortals after the day of judgment and that not only for a 1000 years but even for ever.”

NO more wars & the tragedy that follows. This will be enforced by God’s Holy angels on the vigil:

(Isaiah 2:4)
“ 4 And he will certainly render judgment among the nations and set matters straight respecting many peoples. And they will have to beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning shears. Nation will not lift up sword against nation, neither will they learn war anymore.”

Christs judgments & authority of righteous given him by Jehovah will be a constant pleasure to see goodness reign in all the earth:

(Isaiah 11:1-5)
“11 And there must go forth a twig out of the stump of Jes′se; and out of his roots a sprout will be fruitful. 2 And upon him the spirit of Jehovah must settle down, the spirit of wisdom and of understanding, the spirit of counsel and of mightiness, the spirit of knowledge and of the fear of Jehovah; 3 and there will be enjoyment by him in the fear of Jehovah. And he will not judge by any mere appearance to his eyes, nor reprove simply according to the thing heard by his ears. 4 And with righteousness he must judge the lowly ones, and with uprightness he must give reproof in behalf of the meek ones of the earth. And he must strike the earth with the rod of his mouth; and with the spirit of his lips he will put the wicked one to death. 5 And righteousness must prove to be the belt of his hips, and faithfulness the belt of his loins. . .”

Animal life will be a constant renewing of learning & joy of the interplay with them , with no danger if any soon into new „Eden“

(Job 12:7-10)
“ 7 However, ask, please, the domestic animals, and they will instruct you; Also the winged creatures of the heavens, and they will tell you.  8 Or show your concern to the earth, and it will instruct you; And the fishes of the sea will declare it to you.  9 Who among all these does not well know That the hand of Jehovah itself has done this, 10 In whose hand is the soul of everyone alive And the spirit of all flesh of man?”

INTERESTING TO is there is so much on this marvelous planet earth that by far most people have not been able to enjoy because of ill health, finances etc

. (Isaiah 33:24) . . .4 And no resident will say: “I am sick.” The people that are dwelling in [the land] will be those pardoned for their error.

(Revelation 21:2-4) . . .. 3 With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his peoples. And God himself will be with them. 4 And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away. . .

WHEN HAS the earth been enjoyed to its grand potential for all mankind, with people enjoying the adventures on earth, that even the most rich have appreciated

(Isaiah 45:18) . . . For this is what Jehovah has said, the Creator of the heavens, He the [true] God, the Former of the earth and the Maker of it, He the One who firmly established it, who did not create it simply for nothing, who formed it even to be inhabited: “I am Jehovah, and there is no one else.“

AS TO experiences things on earth, we have hardly seen much , but the promise is invigorating:& exhilarating:as to enjoying the earth because of the „Happy God“…..Jehovah:

(Job 26:14) 14 Look! These are the FRINGES of his ways, And what a whisper of a matter has been heard of him! But of his mighty thunder who can show an understanding.“ . .

We will see the marvelous earthly resurrection taken place as stated:

(John 5:28, 29) . . .Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, . . . Note how it might be done:

William asks…

Jehovah’s Witnesses, why when trying to explain „Paradise Earth“ you use the Thief on the Cross but not?

St. Paul’s account of „Paradise“ being caught away to a 3rd Heaven?

First off the Thief on the Cross did not stay one earth with Jesus for 40 days, Jesus said „TODAY“ you will be with me in Paradise and he descended in to the neither world, so at best the Thief went to purgatory not „Paradise Earth“

Traditionally and historically „Paradise“ is a place place just outside the Place but in the walls of the Kingdom.

(NWT) 2Corinthians 12:1 I have to boast. It is not beneficial; but I shall pass on to supernatural visions and revelations of [the] Lord. 2 I know a man in union with Christ who, fourteen years ago—whether in the body I do not know, or out of the body I do not know; God knows—was caught away as such to the third heaven. 3 Yes, I know such a man—whether in the body or apart from the body, I do not know, God knows— 4 that he was caught away into paradise and heard unutterable words which it is not lawful for a man to speak
@Two G….. the scripture is there…. you gonna take the JW way and not answer and divert from the question….oops you already did. How predictable.

admin answers:


Your previous question did not ask how the word “paradise” was used in the NT. It asked whether the teaching of a paradise earth was explicit in the Bible. Paul’s use of “paradise” was not pertinent to the subject so there was no need for us to include it.

However, in my answer you will notice that I did in fact plainly state “While the Greek word PARADEISO can be used to refer to a garden which is in heaven…”

So we do not ignore this reference nor does it contradict the clear Bible teaching that the earth is going to be a paradise.

It is correct that in two of the NT occurrences PARADEISO may be referring to a heavenly paradise (2Cor.12:14; Rev.2:7). This is because the Greek word PARADEISO simply means a „garden“ with the connotation of „bliss.“ As such it can be used to refer to a garden which is in heaven, on earth or even of a blissful mental state. The context must determine in which sense the word is used.

Rev 2:7 mentions „the paradise of God“ as the privilege of the one „that conquers.“ Since other promises given in the context clearly relate to their gaining a heavenly inheritance, it seems that „the paradise of God“ in this case is a heavenly one (Re 2:26-28; 3:12,21).

But, at 2Cor 12:2-4 the apostle Paul is describing a vision and so the „third heaven“ or „paradise“ does not even have to be literal. His point was regarding the superlative degree of the rapture in which this vision was seen. The paradise here could refer to either a spiritual state among God’s people or of the bliss of the heavenly hope in God’s presence.

However, it is impossible for Lk 23:43 to be speaking about a paradise in heaven.

First, a strong evidence that Christ was speaking about an earthly paradise is in the use of the definite article: „You will be with me in THE paradise“ (TOI PARADEISOI). The Greek definite article is often used as a means of specifying a particular thing as opposed to a generic reference. So when the article is used by Luke it indicates that Jesus was specifying a particular paradise well known to the Jews. And the major usage in the Jewish Scriptures and their lore is in reference to the paradise of Eden.

The Jews did not have any idea of inheriting a paradise in heaven. Biblical and secular history proves that the Jews up to Christ’s time looked to a restored earthly paradise. So the Jewish thief in Lk. 23 would only have understood the word „paradise“ to be speaking of the future restored paradise on earth. He would only have known about the explicit statements of Scripture which point to the righteous living on the earth.

Therefore, the weight of evidence shows that the paradise referred to at Lk. 23:43 is a future earthly paradise.

Next, your interpretation of the thief being in paradise with Christ on that very day (Lk 23:43) has been disproved many times even on Yahoo Answers.

Most people know that punctuation did not appear in the earliest Greek texts so the punctuation must be added by the translators.

Now, many translations have placed the comma AFTER „today“ rather than in front of it and so read „I tell you today, you will be with me in Paradise.“ These translators felt that the word SHMERON (today) had reference to the time the promise was made rather than to the time it was to be fulfilled.

While scholars generally view the grammar as allowing the comma to occur in either position, when we look at identical grammatical constructions we find the grammatical evidence strongly argues for the comma to be placed after the word „today.“

There are at least 33 occurrences of „I tell you today“ in the LXX which are grammatically parallel to Lk 23:43 in using a verb of speech or command with „today.“ ALL these examples are clearly to be understood with SHMERON (today) connected with the preceding verb so as to stress the veracity and significance of what is being said. That is, the comma should follow „I tell you today, …“ in every case.

George Lamsa in „Gospel Light“ says: „the emphasis in this text is on the word ‚today‘ and should read: ‚Truly I say to you today, you will be with me in Paradise.‘ The promise was made on that day and it was to be fulfilled later. This is characteristic of Oriental speech implying that the promise was made on a certain day and would surely be kept.“

So, the overwhelming evidence in the occurrences of this exact phrase is that Christ’s use of the word „today“ was not to give the time of the evildoer’s being in Paradise but, rather, to call attention to the time in which the promise was being made.

Putting the comma before the word „today“ would make Jesus a liar since he knew he would be in hADES for three days not in „paradise.“ Putting the comma after the word „today“ causes no such contradictions (Lk 24:46; 9:22; Ac.2:31; Mt.17:23; 1Cor.15:4; cf. Gen.3:19; Eccl.9:5,10; Ps.146:4).



Steven asks…

Will animals die in paradise?

Genesis 9:6 and 1:26,27 says Jehovah made man in his image. We know God cannot die and our original purpose was to live FOREVER in paradise earth.Since animals were not made to live forever, does this mean they are going to die in paradise? Are only humans going to be perfect?

I have already done research and have not found anything yet.PLEASE HELP! THANKS! :]

admin answers:

Questions From Readers

● Revelation 21:4 says that in the new world there will be no more death. Does this mean that even animals will not die then?—M. I., New York.

This text does not mean that all death will be eliminated. Rebellious human creatures will die during Christ’s millennial reign, and those siding with Satan at the end of the thousand years will perish. (Isa. 65:17, 20; Rev. 20:7-10) True, Revelation 20:14 shows death destroyed and thereafter Revelation 21:4 says there will be no more death, but the death referred to is death due to inheritance from Adam. Men will not then degenerate and die because of Adam’s transgression, but at any future time Jehovah God could execute any willful rebel that would disrupt the peace of the new world. Hence Revelation 21:4 speaks only of the Adamic death of humans, and has no application to the animal realm.

As to whether animals will die in the new world we cannot be dogmatic. It appears that men will not kill them for food, nor will animals prey upon one another. In the new world Jehovah’s original purpose relative to food supplies will be realized, as stated to Adam and Eve: “See, I give you all the seed-bearing plants that are found all over the earth, and all the trees which have seed-bearing fruit; it shall be yours to eat. To all the wild beasts of the earth, to all the birds of the air, and to all the land reptiles, in which there is a living spirit, I give all the green plants for food.” (Gen. 1:29, 30, AT) If that outstanding carnivorous animal, the lion, is to “eat straw like the ox”, surely no others will be meat-eaters. (Isa. 11:6-9) Incidentally, this shows that Revelation 21:4 does not eliminate all death of organic life, for plants will die to become food for men and animals.

But merely that animals will not be used for food does not prove they will live forever. There is reason to believe they will die. Man’s disobedience in Eden did not bring death to animals—they had been living and dying and many forms becoming extinct for thousands of years before man’s creation. The new world will eliminate the effects of Adam’s disobedience, but that does not concern animal death. The status of the beast has remained unchanged since its creation—it lives out its life span and dies. At no time has it had set before it the prospect of eternal life.

Man’s position is different. Adam had hope of eternal life set before him, but that hope vanished when he failed to pass the test of obedience. Had he passed that test he doubtless would have eventually eaten of the “tree of life”. Through Adam all men lost the opportunity of eternal life, but through the ransoming work of Christ Jesus the opportunity is restored and men of good will may hope for eternal life in the new world. None of this concerns animals.

If a man is willfully wicked and scorns the ransom, he will never gain eternal life, though he lives for a few years now. He loses the better position of opportunity that is open for mankind, and drops into the same position as that of animals, a position that offers no opportunities of eternal life. Of such ones the inspired apostle Peter wrote: “But these men, like unreasoning animals born naturally to be caught and destroyed, will, in the things of which they are ignorant and speak abusively, even suffer destruction in their own course of destruction.”—2 Peter 2:12, NW.

If animals had opportunity for eternal life, why would these men who lose such opportunity be compared to them? There seems to be no Scriptural basis for arguing that animals will live forever in the new world, but rather that they will continue being born, maturing, bringing forth offspring, and dying. Argument to the contrary seems to be based largely on sentimental grounds.

Ruth asks…

Japan Rail Pass Discount?

I’m going to Japan on thursday and need to purchase my Japan Rail Pass (the official one called that)
It is more expensive than my return ticket and was wondering if anyone knew access to a discount for it?
I have to buy it in Surfers Paradise or over the internet
Thank You for your help

admin answers:

The best I remember is that there are 7 and 14 day passes. As The Cheapest said, if you are not going to be taking the bullet trains it is not something you need. Cost? Ballpark figure of $400, so much less than your airfare.

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