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We cannot enter into the glorious presence of God as long as we are polluted
with sin. The Bible warns us that nothing that defiles shall enter Paradise. We
Catholics are taught and expect that after death “they undergo purification, so
as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven. The Church
gives the name Purgatory to this final purification" (Catechism 1030,1031).
There is no mention of such a place in the Bible. Yet the Bible clearly teaches
how we can be washed from our sin. The Word of God assures believers that "the
blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin" (1 John 1:7). His blood
really and actually cleanses "from all sin." God's people praise Him "who loved
us and washed us from our sins in His own blood" (Revelation 1:5). And again,
Christ "had by Himself purged our sins" (Hebrews 1:3). Jesus Christ and nothing
else is my purification.
Perhaps up till now you have hoped that after death you will go to a place of
suffering to undergo cleansing from sin. The opportunity to experience
purification and complete forgiveness is now, while you are still alive. God is
compassionate and He really forgives and cancels the debt of all those who turn
to him by faith. Look to Jesus the Deliverer, whose death on Calvary is a full
and adequate payment for the sins of his people. His blood was not shed in vain;
it actually purifies the soul from all defilement.
Do you believe in purgatory? I hope you will affirm, "Yes, I believe in God's
purgatory. My purgatory is the Lord Jesus Christ!"
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