DON'T LET THE DEVIL RIDE: IF YOU LET HIM RIDE: HE WILL WANT TO DRIVE: IF YOU LET HIM DRIVE: HE WILL DRIVE YOU TO HELL
Hell is an after life location in which evil souls are subjected to punitive suffering, often torture as eternal punishment after death.
What is the real meaning of hell?
The meanings "the grave" or "death" or "eventual destruction of the wicked", were translated using Greek words, and later texts became a mix of mistranslation, pagan influence, and Greek myth associated with the word, but its original meaning was simple death or the destruction of the wicked at the end.
Why is hell called hell?
In Hebrew the word for "the grave", Sheol, is used for the place where people go when they die. Sheol Is the source of the English word "Hell" and so Hell as a place of an after-life of torment (rather than a grave In which the body lies) could be a misunderstanding as some scholars have suggested.