How should a Christian answer this: Suppose that you were to die today and stand before God and he were to say to you, "Why should I let you into my heaven?" what would you say?

An inquirer asked me this question after I had asked him.  He may want to know the true Gospel.  

He said it was a hard question.  He also admitted that everyone would not be allowed in, like Hitler, etc.  He said "I supposed it would depend upon the person."  (to be allowed into Heaven).

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Data Tony Flores Tony Flores a servant of Jesus Christ
If you die and are standing before God and He asks you, “Why should I let you in to my Kingdom?”:

1. If you don’t know the Father, His Son, Jesus Christ, and Holy Spirit, the Holy Trinity, of whom all Three make up our one God, then there is nothing else that you can say to justify entry, because only through Jesus Christ, His Son, who is the Way, Truth snd the Life, and died for you and me, can you enter the Kingdom.
2. If you know Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, you can say, “I am in the Book of Life, because I know and believe and follow your Son, Jesus Christ, and believe in His promises.”
3. You can quote the passages in the Holy Bible that give you those assurances that you were, “born again,” as Jesus Christ told Nicodemas.
4. There are many ways to answer that question as long as Jesus Christ is your Lord and Savior, because God knows all things and already knows if you are or are not going to enter His Kingdom.

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