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Hell... Torment



  1. No, our loving God is not planning to torture wicked human beings forever in hellfire. On the contrary, God “desires all men to be saved” (1 Timothy ). Out of the billions who have ever lived, those who will not repent and who reject God’s plan of salvation will simply perish—cease to exist—rather than be endlessly tormented.
  2. Good people go to hell. The faithful men Jacob and Job expected to go there. —Genesis ; Job Death, not torment in a fiery hell, is the penalty for sin. “He who has died has been acquitted from his sin.” —Romans Eternal torment would violate God’s justice.
  3. The devil, his demons, and the “children of wrath” who followed him, will, like the burning bush and hell’s worm that does not die, burn yet not be consumed. They will beg any who will listen to give but a drop of water on their tongue to relieve their anguish from the flames (Luke ), their “place of torment” (Luke ).
  4. Jun 25,  · According to traditional Christian doctrine, hell in the Bible is a place of future punishment and the final destination for unbelievers. It is described in Scripture using various terms such as "eternal fire," "outer darkness," "a place of weeping and torment," the "lake of fire," the "second death," and "unquenchable fire.".
  5. May 25,  · What we do know is that either eternal torment in hell or eternal joy in heaven awaits all people after death, based on whether they trust in Christ’s payment for sin or reject Christ. Related Topics: Hell.
  6. These include Jesus’s description of hell in the parable of the rich man and Lazarus as a “place of torment” (Luke ) involving “anguish in this flame” (v. 24). When the last book of the Bible describes the flames of hell, it does not speak of consumption but says the lost “will be tormented with fire and sulfur in the presence of the holy angels and in the presence of the Lamb.
  7. Jan 24,  · HELL VISIT,THE TORMENT OF RACISTS AND SCOFFERS peniel ngonde. Loading Unsubscribe from peniel ngonde? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe K.
  8. This is not to say that the end of the wicked is not torment or distress, as described in Revelation , but the nature and extent of that torment or distress I think remains unknown to us. While Scripture is always the final arbiter of a Biblical theology, I find very instructive what the early church taught on the subject, since they had the closest linkage to the apostles .