Dear reader, you may not believe what I am about to tell you, but it is true. Heaven has its own security checks and scanners for all persons who want to enter its gates.
Heaven’s Heart scanner.
The first heavenly machine you have to go through before the entry gate to Heaven is opened for you is the heart scanner. This heavenly machine scans whether you have the light of Jesus Christ within your heart. If this light is absent, heaven’s gate will remain tightly closed. You will be deported back to Earth immediately.
Heaven’s full body scanner.
After the heart scanner, you will move on to heaven’s full body scanner. This heavenly machine will check for any item within your body that is not allowed in Heaven. On our Earth scanners at airports check for explosives, ammunition, flammable liquids and solids, compressed gases, infectious substances, poisons, radioactive materials and other prohibited items. Heaven has its own list of prohibited items.
Items prohibited in Heaven.
Heaven has its own list of prohibited items and its scanner machines will make very loud alarms if any of the following sins I am going to mention is found within your body. Let us start with the specific items mentioned in the Book of Revelation.
You will be denied entry into Heaven if your body is found to harbor the following prohibited items mentioned in the Book of Revelation 21:8 :
Cowardice, Fear, Anger, Murder, Sexual immorality (including pornography), Witchcraft, Sorcery, Lies, Idolatry, and Magic arts.
Then these scanners will check for the following:
Unforgiveness, Hatred, Theft, Coveting, Wickedness, Deceit, Sensuality, Envy, Slander, and Pride. You will be denied entry into Heaven if its scanners find any of those items in your body.
Other items prohibited in Heaven.
You will have to carefully read the Bible yourself to see all the remaining items prohibited in Heaven. For example, I have not mentioned Abortion, Making false accusations, Astrology, Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, Causing children to fall into sin, Refusing to help the needy, Disobeying God’s ten commandments, and refusing to do God’s will.