Whenever we think of hell, we think of fire and suffering. There's also imagery of pitchforks, Satan with horns and a pointy tail, and lots and lots of the baddest of bad people. History has added so many layers of legend to the imagery of hell that it can come across as mythical or cartoonish, not much different than believing Napoleon was short or that Adam and Eve ate an apple. True, some of the imagery of hell is embellishment, but still much of it comes from the Bible.
Hell is real, but having a clear view of hell is important. Why? As we gain a clear view of hell, it helps us to understand who might be headed there.
January 10, 2021 |
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