He said he had done a lot of bad things, and Jesus had set him free. Sometimes peoples’ profession of faith can be a bit sloppy. It can be hard to tell if the person is faking it, or if they are a genuine believer and just can’t articulate it properly.
As per usual, he thought changing his ways and asking for forgiveness would suffice to entering heaven. I pointed out how this wouldn’t work. When I told him the only way was if someone took his hell punishment for him, he looked relieved. So did the other three, who were pretending not to listen.
It was chaos in the room, as they all wanted to talk to (or at) me at the same time. I had to ask them to talk one at a time. One guy came close and took over that chat, so I was able to get him to admit he was going to hell for all the wrong he had done.
I said the same applies with God; all the good you do won’t undo the fact that you have a criminal record that the perfect, just judge of the universe will hold you accountable for. There is only one way to remove your hell punishment. He said “”Please tell me how!”
"Does God love transgender people?". This confirmed my earlier uneasiness. I said "Yes, as much as He loves liars, thieves and blasphemers. So much so, that He offers to take their hell punishment for them. And where do they go if they accept the gift?" "Heaven!", she answered.