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Duggar Daughter Mocks Atheists, Liberal Christians: You’re Going to Hell and I’m Not

Jessa Duggar, one of the stars of “19 Kids and Counting,” posted a long diatribe on her Facebook page warning of God’s impending judgment, or something.

“Whenever someone speaks out against something that God calls sin, ‘Don’t Judge!’ can be heard coming from a thousand lips,” Duggar wrote. “People don’t like to have other people disapprove of the way they’re choosing to live their life.”

“In this world, people have seared their consciences,” the apparently enlightened 22-year-old wrote. “The standard of what is ‘ok’ or ‘permissible’ in our society today, hardly reflects God’s standard. People are content to live on in lying, cursing, pride, anger, bitterness, disrespecting of parents, lust, pornography, fornication, adultery, and other sexual sins and if anyone tries to confront them, their attitude and response is, ‘You live your life, I’ll live mine. Don’t you tell me what to do! Only God can judge me!”

Then, the girl who’s “famous” for being one of 19 kids went on to explain how wrong we all are for not meddling in people’s live.

“It should scare you!” she wrote. “Man’s judgement (sic) is 1000x lighter – usually just a voicing of disapproval. But when unbelieving, sinful men die and stand before God, He justly condemns them to hell.”

Seems like a nice and reasonable fella.

“God isn’t slacking to fulfill His promised Judgement (sic) on sin – it’s coming,” she warned. “The only reason you’re alive right now is because He is merciful and has kept your heart beating another day.”

“This should be concerning to you,” Duggar concluded. “I know it was for me! When I saw myself in light of God’s standard, and I knew that I fell short. But I found hope in the Gospel – the ‘good news’ of Jesus Christ!”

So there you have it. If you like taking your social cues from the Facebook pages of 22-year-old reality show “stars,” you’re in luck.

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