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It was Hell, the final abode of the Damned

The stench was foul, rank, unbearable. The air was filled with a great din of screaming, weeping, wailing, cursing, swearing, profanity. Loud, angry, hate-filled voices were shouting obscenities at God and their fellow man. People were pounding the walls, gnashing their teeth. The walls were filthy, covered with human excrement, graffiti, scrawled obscenities, drawings of genitalia. The rooms were dark, dreary, windowless. The temperatures there were hot, very hot, unbearably hot. The air was thick with anger, argument, strife, hatred, malice, spite, envy, jealousy.

It was a great, dark prison. A great prison housing billions of miserable souls. There were souls representing all parts of the earth. There was a gigantic representation there of people from 21st century America, a great center of moral depravity and wickedness. Many American presidents and eminent Congressmen were there. American politicians were there in great numbers. So, also, were American artists, scientists, clergymen, college professors — the American intelligentsia. American Civil Liberties Union lawyers were highly represented. The curses and obscenities of fornicators, adulterers, homosexuals, liars, thieves, murderers filled the air. It was a house of fools, fools who had scorned the words and warnings of the Most High God and followed in the ways of that great deceiver, Satan.

It was Hell, the final abode of the Damned. It was that great place of eternal punishment, a place where time doesn’t exist, a place of permanent misery, torment and hopelessness.

Mat 13:49-50 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. (words of Jesus)

May 2013 

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