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Good Person Test

Would you consider yourself to be a  GOOD person?  Good ENOUGH for heaven?  Or are you going to hell?

Good Person Test below, sometimes called the Heaven or Hell test, is an opportunity to see yourself through the eyes of God.  Most people would consider themselves to be good people but is that good enough to make it to heaven and escape God's wrath and an eternity in hell?


1. VIDEO - where the clicking is done for you.
2. INTERACTIVE - where you get to click.
3. TEXT - some gentle scrolling required.

The Good Person Test below is unlike any other test you may have taken. In order get the most accurate result, you need to be completely honest when you answer the questions. Also, don't cheat on yourself and stop half way through, do the test all the way to the end.  If you wish to contact us, please use the orange contact button on the left.

Good Person Test - Video

Good Person Test - Interactive

Good Person Test - Text

Would you consider yourself a Good Person? Most people do (Proverbs 16:2). But would you be good enough for heaven? The way to find out is to ask yourself if you have kept God's moral law, the ten commandments. Here's a quick test based on just four of those (Exodus 20:1-20). See how you do…

Have you ever told a lie, no matter how big? Have you ever stolen anything regardless of its value? Have you ever used God's name in vain (blasphemy)? Jesus taught that if you look with lust (sexually) you commit adultery in your heart. Have you looked with lust? Who can honestly say they have kept these commandments! (Romans 3:20-23). If you have done those things, God (who is Holy) sees you as a lying, thieving, blasphemous, adulterer at heart. And you will have to face God on Judgement Day! (Hebrews 4:12-13 and 9:27, Revelation 20:12). You will be judged for every word, deed and thought.

If God judged you by His standards, would you be innocent or guilty on the day of judgement? If you're honest, you know you’d be guilty. Would you go to heaven or hell? Again, if you're honest, you know that by God's standards, you’d deserve hell. Hell is eternal with no hope of escape. But if God is loving won’t he just forgive you?  Let's think that through.  Would a good judge let the guilty to free? No, that would be a corrupt judge! Because God is good he must punish sin. (Matthew 10:28; Matthew 25:41 & 46; Luke 16:19-31; Revelation 10:20 to 21:8).

However, while God is Holy and just and must punish sin, he is also “not willing that any should perish” (2 Peter 3:9). In His amazing grace and undeserved mercy God did something incredible! God sent His Son Jesus Christ (God in the flesh), to be born of a virgin, live a perfect life and die on a cross for your sins. Then Jesus rose from the grave and defeated death.

His death was a sacrifice made in payment by God, on your behalf. You broke God's law, but Jesus paid your fine. "For God so loved the world [you] that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life" (John 3:16). Does everyone now have peace with God? Will all now go to heaven? No! (John 3:17-21 and 36).

Jesus said, you must Repent and Believe the Gospel (Mark 1:15). Repent = to change your mind (in your attitude to God - admit He is Holy & you are sinful; the evidence of this change will be seen in a life that turns from sin to honouring God). Believe = personal trust, in Jesus. Gospel = the “Good News” that Jesus died for sinners. When you humble yourself before GOD, repent and trust in Jesus and his death to save you, God will forgive all your sin & give you eternal life (John 5:24-29). No one gets to heaven by being good because no one is truly good! (Ephesians 2:8-10).

Peace with God begins with personal trust in Jesus Christ.

You can get right with God, right now -

          Humble yourself before God...

                    Repent, and Believe the Gospel (the Good News about Jesus).

Then read the Bible daily and obey it. Trust God in all that you do. (Romans 5:8-10; John 3:1-36; 1 John 1:7-9; Ephesians 2:16; Colossians 1:20; Luke 15:11-32; Luke 18:9-14) * What are these names and numbers? Answer: go to the contents page of a Bible: Luke = a book in the Bible, 18 = chapter in the book, 9-14 = verses in the chap. 10 out of 10 people die!
Please, check these things out before you check out. May God bless you for reading this. If you have trusted Christ to save you from your sins, please tell others about this web page.

“If sinners be damned, at least let them leap to Hell over our dead bodies. And if they perish, let them perish with our arms wrapped about their knees, imploring them to stay. If Hell must be filled, let it be filled in the teeth of our exertions, and let not one go unwarned and unprayed for.” - Spurgeon

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