Gideon Levytam explains that In the Parable of the Rich man and Lazarus the beggar, found in Luke 16:19-31, Jesus the Messiah teaches the necessity of making things right with God in preparation for life after death, not only for the here and now. Yeshua gives the example of two men, one rich, the other a beggar, and how their life choices determined their eternal destiny. The poor man trusted in God’s provision for forgiveness of sins, while the rich man trusted in his own temporary wealth. One was assured eternal joy and blessing, the other eternal torment.
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