Any child reading the Bible will understand that Jesus spoke time and again about a place of eternal punishment. This is the same Lord Jesus who spoke words of comfort to those in trouble, who healed diseases, who raised the dead, and who went to the Cross.
I am thinking today of so many of you who have loved ones not saved. They are without hope. When members of our families are ill or in trouble of some kind, it is easy for us to be concerned and to weep for them. How much greater our concern ought to be if they are not saved and on the way to a Christ less eternity. Jesus wept for lost souls. He had compassion on the unsaved multitudes. Yet we have ceased our weeping. We have lost our compassion.
Hell - immortal pain and tears; an infinity of wretchedness and despair; the blackness of darkness forever; weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth; a long, long eternity - oh, miserable condition of the damned!
Three different words are to be found in the Bible all of which have been translated "Hell." A proper understanding of these words is very important for they are often used by false cults to destroy the true meaning of Hell -- Hades, and Gehenna.
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