What prevents people from the sky, if not seals?
Do seals treat the body like the temple of the Holy Spirit? In addition to the argument that the seals are secular, some Christians argue that believers should not accept them because their bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit. The main verse for this view is found in Paul’s letter to the Corinthian church,
“Or don’t you know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit that is in you and that you have from God? You are not yours because you were bought at a price. So glorify God in your body.” The context of these verses does not mention signs, but sexual immorality. 1 Corinthians 6:18 says, “Flee from sexual immorality. Every sin that a man commits is without a body; but he that committeth adultery sinneth against his own body ”(ESV).
However, Paul wanted the Corinthian Christians to be moral and to remember that the Holy Spirit resided in them so that they would not have sex with prostitutes.
Some Christians believe that the principle of these verses applies to obtaining seals. If the body is a temple of the Holy Spirit according to this way of thinking, then it should not be permanently marked, even if the paintings reflect biblical truth or value. Do bodies have heavenly seals?
What prevents people from the sky, if not seals? The Bible teaches that what prevents people from going to heaven when they die is sin and unbelief. The word “sin” describes the rebellion of people against God in their hearts and is seen in their words, motives, deeds, etc. The refusal to believe in the cure God offers against sin has eternal consequences, according to the Bible. God sent his only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, into the world to save even the worst sinners because of his love for them (John 3:16). Salvation from sin and its eternal consequences and going to heaven after death is God ‘s free gift to man (Rome. 6:23) who repented and believed (Mark 1:15).
What does the Bible really teach about how people go to heaven? Entering heaven is based on how people respond to the gospel. The “gospel,” which is “good news,” refers to the statement that Christ’s death on the cross brought about a change between sinners and God. And when Christ rose three days later, he overcame death and allowed sinners to live after death in heaven.
What if a tattoo is more than something sinful or evil, and can we go to heaven with tattoos? Other seals celebrate sin and rebellion against God. They can be images of Satan and demons, such as depicting sinful behavior or saying something obscene and unholy. Can people with such seals go to heaven? Yes. There are no exceptions when someone responds to the gospel. Through the cross of Christ, God forgave words, thoughts, motives, behaviors, and even lasting signs on the skin.
What if the tattoo is on a Bible verse or something in the Bible? Not all tattoos celebrate sin. Others try to glorify God. For Christians who believe that it is good for believers to get a tattoo, Bible verses are a good choice. For those who believe that Christians should not get tattooed, none of the Bible verses is an exception.