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There are many questions about salvation. So if the Christian thing is to be saved, is it possible to go to heaven with tattoos? What about eyeliner and piercings? What about prescription drugs and prescription medications or even alcohol and tobacco? The Bible is very plain on this: we cannot go to heaven with tattoos, and we cannot go to heaven with any of those things. But what about other things?
I have seen many people asking this question over and over again about going to Heaven with tattoos. Many people are asking to find out that if having tattoos can hinder them from coming to Christ. My answer is NO. Having a tattoo does not hinder anyone from coming to Christ, because Christ did not give us restrictions to those who can come to Him.
What happens to all our past sins? We can’t be atoning for them all. That’s why salvation is a gift from God that was made possible through Jesus Christ. The salvation we receive comes solely and only from God. Because of The gracious grace that He gives to all those who are entitled to the grace of salvation. Salvation is not a result of our efforts and is only fulfilled through Jesus the final, atoning death on the cross to forgive sins. All we have to do is put sincere faith in Jesus as our Lord and Savior, and at that point, all of our wrongs (past, current, and future) are forgiven. (Can We Go To Heaven With Tattoos). (Source: ashokstambh.com)
There is only one unpardonable sin, and tattooed skin is not it. There can be many theological discussions that can branch out of this discussion: law vs. grace, law of liberty, our body is a temple, the mark of the beast, is tattooing even a sin, and a host of others; however, that is not the purpose of this blog article. Further, neither is it the purpose to condone tattooing. The purpose is to tell you that God loves you and sent His son, Jesus Christ, to die for your sins as well as mine, and Heaven is an option for everybody, even people covered in tattoos. We are all incomplete without Jesus Christ. When we do not know Jesus Christ as our personal savior we often feel insignificant, empty, and hungry for something that maybe the next “thing” or “experience” will fulfill.
Other commentators disagree. The Keil and Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament, for example, says in reference to this verse, “The prohibition … of tattooing … had no reference to idolatrous usages, but was intended to inculcate upon the Israelites a proper reverence for God’s creation.” The Jewish understanding of this command is that “the prohibition against all forms of tattooing regardless of their intent, should be maintained” (MyJewishLearning.com, “Tattooing in Jewish Law”). (Source: lifehopeandtruth.com)