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SOME THINGS THAT WILL BE IN HELL:

(1) A literal eternal fire that is never quenched.
(2) The Devil and His Angels.
(3) The wicked of all ages.
(4) The skin worms that never die.
(5) A body that cannot die, but suffers torment for eternity. Read Luke 16:23, 24.
(6) Remembrance, that is never wiped away.
(7) Craving for evil habits and passions, that can never be satisfied.
(8) The terrible weeping and wailing of the damned.

SOME THINGS THAT WILL NOT BE IN HELL:

(1) No one who has ever accepted Jesus as his/her personal Savior will be in Hell.
(2) Not one drop of water will be in Hell.
(3) There will be no "light"; only darkness forever.
(4) There will be no babies, for all babies are covered by the blood of Jesus Christ.
(5) There will be no laughter.
(6) No hope.
(7) No second chance.

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HELL IS LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE EARTH. READ LUKE 16:19-26. 

Friend; there are only two places ­ Heaven and Hell. You must choose NOW while there is still time. 

John 3:36­ "He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life; and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him." 

If you never have repented for your sins and let Jesus into your heart, do so now. Tomorrow may be too late. Romans 10:13 ­ "For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved." 

But, that's not the end yet, for in the last pages of the Bible, Rev. 20:11-14 ­ Here we see the final White Throne Judgment.  Notice verse 13: "Death and Hell delivered up the dead that were in them and they were judged by every man according to his works." We know that by "the works of the law can no man be justified". Their names were not written in the Book of Life; verse 15.  So verse 14 ­ Death and Hell (and all in it), were cast into the Lake of Fire. This is the second death, which is Eternal separation from God forever and ever. 

It is sometimes asked, "How can the saved be happy and rejoicing in Heaven when their loved ones have gone to Hell and are suffering such a terrible fate? I don't know; but I do know that we Christians will shed tears in Heaven, especially over those we could have won to Christ, and we did not. But in Rev. 21:4 (after all the judgements are over), it says, "God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes." God has the power both to forgive and forget, and somehow I believe He will give the saints that attribute to forget also. 

Our responsibility NOW is to warn everyone we can of the certain future in a literal Hell, if they have never accepted Christ as their personal Savior. This is your Christian responsibility, Acts 1:8-9 ­ "...and ye shall be witness unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria and unto the uttermost part of the earth. And when He had spoken these things while they beheld, He was taken up; and a cloud received Him out of their sight." 

Are you saved? Are you winning others to Christ? 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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