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This page may be disturbing to some viewers,
but it's to show the reality of Hell.

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This page was not written to be unkind; but rather, to
warn you of Hell.

But you may say, “I don't believe in Hell!”
You are not alone, a USA Today
poll showed 59% of
Americans don't believe in a literal Hell.

Whether or not you believe that a literal Hell exists
doesn't change
the fact that it does exist.

Hell is a very commonly used swear word.
Hearing the word used so often may be one of the
reasons the horror of its meaning has worn off for
so many in today’s society.

Do you think that Hell is a place where you go and party
and have lots of fun?

After all, there have been famous musicians who say so.

The average person today is so hardhearted concerning
sin that they don't see a problem with abortion, drunkenness,
Harry Potter's witchcraft, psychics, pornography, strip joints,
false religion, gambling, nudity, homosexuality, fornication,

If someone is not saved, they have never had their sins forgiven
in Christ Jesus, then all those sins are accumulating on
his record.
Carefully notice in
Revelation 20:12 that the unsaved will be judged
from the books... "and the dead were judged out of those things
which were written in the books, according to their works."


To many people, Hell as become one big joke.

Do you think Hell is a joke, a myth, a fairy's tale?

Hell is no joke. Hell is a reality of indescribable horror.

Hell is not a laughing matter.
Jesus, didn’t speak of it as anything to be laughed at, He spoke of
it as a place of torment.

The threat and reality of Hell is real.

Hell is not a myth.
On TV, people laugh and smile, and declare that all the teachings
of the Bible are myths. To them, Hell is just another myth.

But to those who don't accept Jesus as their savior, its existence
will be horribly real.
In agony of soul, they will discover very
quickly that Hell is no myth.

Hell is a literal place. It is a place of torment.
It is a place of fire.

Hell is a place of suffering, misery, and regret.

In Hell there won't be anything to look forward to!

Think about this, Hell is a place of eternal separation from God.

Hell will include unbearable physical pain from the flames.
Hell will be inexplicable mental anguish, suffering and
emotional trauma. There will be no escape.

People go to Hell because they choose the devil's way and reject
the Lord Jesus Christ.
God is holy and will not allow any sin in his Kingdom.

The very moment that every Jesus rejecting unbeliever dies, they
will immediately realize how foolish they were while on earth.

Imagine them looking back in shock, horror and disbelief that
they've just discovered the awful truth that Hell is real, and
the Bible is true, and they could have had eternal life
and all the blessings of God.

They will realize how good God was to them, and how many
opportunities the Lord gave them to get saved, and they will weep
and gnash their teeth the Bible says in bitterness of soul, knowing
that they could have enjoyed eternal bliss and provisions
with Jesus in Heaven.

The taunt, “Hell, fire and brimstone”, is often the glib response
of many unbelievers when they are warned about Hell.

It is sad to think that if they persist in their rebellious unbelief,
they will have to suffer the consequences, for all eternity.

Hell is a real place, just like Heaven is.
It is where God, Who is Holy and Just, will cast anyone who is
“not written in the book of life”.
Revelation 20:15

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There are those who believe in heaven and think they’ll
go there after they die because they are "A good person".

Then there are some who simply cannot believe a loving
God would create hell, a horrible place of eternal torment,
and send people there.
"How unfair! How mean!"
"The God I believe in would never do that!"

How Sin Separates us from God:

We were created by God through His love so that we may have
a personal relationship with God.

But, because we were created with free will, we have chosen
to disobey God and Separate ourselves from Him.

A sin is a willingness to separate ourselves from God, as a result of
any act, or thought contrary to God's
loving will for us.

Denying the reality of Hell doesn't make anybody exempt from
the judgments of God.

Many people find it difficult to accept the reality of Hell, because
they cannot accept the idea that a loving and merciful God could
create such a place.
But if there is no punishment for violation of God's Law, then God
would not be a righteous (just) God.

God never intended for one human being to enter into Hell.
It is mankind who makes his bed in Hell, choosing to burn in
the flames of God's vengeance forever.
2 Thessalonians 1:8,9

God is good and holy.
Because God is just and fair, He must punish sin, and that
punishment is death: eternal separation from God.

But because God loves us, He does not want us to endure
eternal suffering and separation from Him.

So He sent his only beloved Son, Jesus as a sacrifice to pay
the penalty for our sin by death on the cross, so that we would
not have to, so that we may be able to live in
eternal life with God.

'Although it is beyond understanding, the Great Day of God’s
Wrath and Judgment will come.'
Revelation 6:17

God gives strong and sufficient warning about Hell.
There are many words used in the Bible to describe what is
considered to be Hell.
None of them give any hope, and they certainly are not

Every person in this world sleeps at some time, resting the body.
But in Hell there will be no rest from the pain, misery and suffering.
There will be weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth.

Revelation 14:11

“So shall it be at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth,
and sever the wicked from among the just,
And shall cast them into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing
and gnashing of teeth.”

Matthew 13:49-50

"In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and
that obey not the gospel of our
Lord Jesus Christ:
Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the
presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power."
2 Thessalonians 1:8,9

'Hell fire and danger'
Matthew 5:22

'Outer darkness'
Matthew 8:12

'Weeping and gnashing of teeth'
Luke 13:28

'Place of torment'
Luke 16:28

'Lake of fire burning with brimstone'
Revelation 19:20

'Everlasting fire'
Matthew 18:8

'Damnation of Hell'
Matthew 23:33

'Fire that never shall be quenched'
Mark 9:43

'Where the worm doesn’t die'
Mark 9:44

'Everlasting destruction'
2 Thessalonians 1:9

'Out from the presence of the lord'
2 Thessalonians 1:9

If an unsaved person truly understood that they will spend
eternity burning in Hell, they would be horrified.

The best description of what Hell
is like, is when Jesus told of
the rich man being in Hades.
(Hades is another Biblical name for Hell.)

Everyone who goes to Hell will be tormented day and night,
without hope nor rest, for all eternity.

There is no water in Hell!
There is no ice-cold, refreshing, thirst-quenching, water in He
Not a single drop.

The rich man in Luke 16 who went to Hell was in horrible torment,
dehydrated and begging for just one drop of cold water, but was

You won't be able to have even one drop of water in Hell...
not one drop.

'The man is in such great torment from the flame that he asks that
Lazarus (whom he sees with Abraham across a great gulf)
dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool his tongue.
This request is denied.
The place is of such great torment that the rich man doesn’t want his
loved ones to ever come to it.
He realizes that his loved ones need to repent or they will end up there,
too, so he requests that someone be sent to warn them.
This request is also denied.
It is evident from the account that when condemned to this place, one
can remember, see, look, hear, talk and understand what is going on.
There is a great gulf fixed so that one can’t get out or move to more
comfortable quarters.'
Luke 16:19-31

People who have had a near death experience, and have seen Hell,
have explained it as:

“Fiery place of desolation without hope"

"No way out"

"Crushing despondent feeling of loneliness"

"Physical pressure by the inch from the darkness"

"Crying - shrieking - feeling horrible"

"Isolated - frightened - black - desolate"

"Dismal - heavy - icy shudders"

"Feeling torment - horror so great it chokes"

"Kicking off creatures"

Blood curdling screams"

Terror fills you as demons surround you.
You watch and feel the demons laughing at your fears, taunting
you and haunting you. Your soul is in torment.
Cries and screams of other people can be heard from all directions.
A horrible odor fills the air of burning flesh.

One witness described Hell as:

“The darkness of Hell is so intense, that it seems to have a pressure
per square inch.

It is an extremely black, dismal, desolate, heavy, pressurized type
of darkness.
It gives the individual a crushing, despondent feeling of loneliness.

The heat is a dry, dehydrating type.
Your eyeballs are so dry they feel like red hot coals in their sockets.

Your tongue and lips are parched and cracked with the intense heat.
The breath from your nostrils as well as the air you breathe feels like a
blast from a furnace.

The exterior of your body feels as though it were encased within a
white hot stove.
The interior of your body has a sensation of scorching hot air being
forced through it.
The agony and loneliness of Hell cannot be expressed clearly enough
for proper understanding to the human soul."

There is a penalty for sin and unbelief, and that penalty is damnation
and Hell.
Hell is just beyond death’s door.
These horrible Hell experiences are a good description of what
unbelievers will have to endure, once there.

The worst part about Hell, will be the agony of knowing that someone
could have had a blessed eternal existence, in the presence of the
best friend a human being could ever want, God Himself.

They will be in eternal mental anguish, alone and destitute without
any hope. What a terrifying thought.

Right now, people in Hell are miserable, knowing that they rejected
an omnipotent Savior Who wanted to give them everything to make
them happy.

“He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how
shall he not with him also freely give us all things?”

Romans 8:32

A Scientist in Finland had described hearing
sounds coming from Hell.

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How you can avoid Hell:

Don't wait until you die to find out the truth about Hell!

If you refuse to obey the Gospel here on earth, then you cannot
go back once you get to H

There are many Millennials who think they are invincible,
all it takes is just one in
sect, one bacteria or one small virus
to end your life, and then

If a person ends up in Hell, he or she is lost by their own
free choice.
They have no one to blame but their self.

The choice is yours alone to make.
If you do go to Hell someday, it will be your fault alone,
for rejecting the free gift of God through faith in Jesus Christ.

God does not want you in hell!

Jesus came to save you from that horrible place.

The wicked go to hell-fire and punishment, the righteous g
 to Heaven for life everlasting.

The good news is that God has provided eternal life free of charge
to anyone who wants it.

God loved the world so much that He gave His only begotten Son,
that through Him, we may be saved.

Hebrews 9:27 teaches that judgment immediately follows death.
The second you die, you will either be escorted by angels to the
gates of the Heaven; or else you'll find yourself suddenly burning in
the flames of Hell.
It is a choice that is yours alone to make.

"Therefore I said to you that you will die in your sins; for if
you do not believe that I am He, you will die in your sins.”
John 8:24

God "Desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge
of the truth", and Jesus Christ is that truth.
1 Timothy 2:4

Jesus said "I Am the way the truth and the life, no one comes to
the Father except by me".
John 14:6

"If You confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe
in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved."

Romans 10:9

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