The Truth About Hell (Part 2)

Hell is a very frightening place. No wonder everyone wants to sweep it under the rug and pretend that it doesn’t exist. Matthew 13:5o describes hell as a furnace of fire, there will wailing and gnashing of teeth. MARK 9:45 further describes it as a fire that will never be quenched. With so many religions dismissing hell it gives people a false sense of security. Imagine being stuck inside a burning building yet not dying. Imagine the flames continuing to eat your flesh, and no matter how much you scream or beg for help none comes. Imagine that your surrounded by others, you can smell the burning flesh, feel the smoke coating your lungs. No wonder so many religions are lying to people and telling them that God really isn’t a bad guy.

     Jesus came to earth to save us from eternal death, and when you read John 3:16-17 you see that God never intended for us to suffer eternal torment. He sent Jesus to save us yet because of pride and ignorance we reject His gift of salvation.  Romans 5:8-9 But God Has made clear his love to us, in that, when were still sinners, Christ gave his life for us. Much more, if we now have righteousness by his blood, will salvation from the wrath of God come to us through him. This proves that God is in fact just and merciful. Romans 3:23 for we have all fallen short of the glory of God. We were all born sinners, but the blood of Christ washed that sin away. We were doomed from birth.

     Lastly I want to share one of the most important parts of the Bible. Matthew 7:21-23 Not everyone that says unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in they name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? and then I will profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

     We can’t get into heaven by taking the Bible out of context or doing what we think is right. We have to do the will of the father and that will is in the Bible. When we tell people that God will save everyone we aren’t doing the will of God and that will cause the Lord to say; “Depart from me I never knew you.” That scares me because we spread so much false doctrine and theology claiming that it’s from God yet it isn’t. Not only is rejecting God a cause for judgment but also not doing the will of the Father. Do you realize how many so called Christians are condemning themselves to hell through false doctrine?

     Lastly, if God actually offered salvation to everyone I would throw my Bible in the garbage, I would stop sharing Bible verses on Facebook and I would stop promoting and listening to Christian music. As a matter of fact I would no longer be a Christian because there’s no point. I’m going to Heaven anyway so why read my Bible or even lead people to Christ? All these so called Christians that tell people that there is no real danger of hell because God loves us, he wants us all to live eternally are not only liars but lazy Christians. How can you say that there is no hell? How do you tell people that there is salvation for us all without accepting Christ as your savior? You can’t.


4 thoughts on “The Truth About Hell (Part 2)

  1. Can you tell me how the bible was written and who wrote it? How old is the bible? And what happened to the people who died before Christianity and the bible?
    Also how would you respond to these statements?
    God did not create hell..Satan did.
    The truly evil do not suffer in hell.

  2. God did actually create hell specifically for Satan. You mean cavemen and dinosaurs? God has existed in some way shape or form. As for who wrote the Bible it was written by a variety of different authors. Some books are prophetic, some historical. Those questions surprisingly never come up. But they’re interesting and easily answered

    • I really wanted to know what happened to peoples spirits when they died before Christianity or before Jesus died for our sins. I did not actually mean cavemen and dinosaurs. But now that you brought it up why are there no dinosaur mentioned in the bible? And did cavemen make it to heaven they were human too. I never thought about that before.

      Prophetic? Really? If the Bible was written by a variety of different authors how did they know what God really wanted written? What if it is just their own ideas of what they thought God would want? The historical part is more acceptable to me, I guess. Although I really do have trouble with Noah’s ark story as written.

      How long did it take to write the Bible? Also you forgot to tell me how old the Bible is.I’m not trying to be difficult but I am having trouble finding answers.

      • It’s one of those questions you can’t really answer due to there being no written accounts of that time period. The Bible itself was inspired by God. The Old Testament is full of accounts of God speaking and interacting with people. Moses, Noah, Job, and then you have the New Testament which centers on Christ and his ministry

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