23 questions about hell by Bill Wiese

By Bill Wiese

Attracts on biblical teachings and the author's own reports to reply to questions concerning hell and comparable themes

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His written Word declares His will, and He expects us to know what it says. " (Luke 13:16). ," posed as a rhetorical question. What about when Jesus came near to the city of Jerusalem, and wept, saying, "If you had known ... the time of your visitation" (Luke 19:42, 44). The people were accountable to know the Scriptures (Heb. 10:7), which told of His day to enter Jerusalem as the Savior of the world (Ps. 118:21-24; Isa. 25:8-9; Zech. 9:9). " He expected that by then they should have known what He was doing and have the faith required to believe in His mission.

God's wrath is present in the form of fire. The fires of hell are representative of His wrath (Deut. 32:22; Ps. 11:6; 21:8-9; Isa. 30:33; 33:14; 34:9; 66:24; Jer. 4:4; Mal. 4:1; Matt. 13:49-50; 18:8; Mark 9:43; John 15:6; Jude 7; Rev. 14:10-11; 20:10-15). The reason for this wrath is because sin must be punished (Rom. 6:23). God took out His anger on sin at the cross, as He poured out His wrath on Jesus (Ps. 22; Isa. 53; Matt. 17:12; Mark 9:12; Luke 9:22; 17:25; 24:26, 46; Heb. 9:26; 1 Pet. 2:24).

18:32). ► Hell is loud because "My people will dwell in ... quiet resting places" (Isa. 32:18). ► Hell has no water because water is the rain of heaven (Deut. 11:11). ► Hell has no peace because Christ is the Prince of Peace (Isa. 9:6). The good we experience is because God allows us to enjoy it while we are here on the earth. " However, if you want nothing to do with God, then there is a place prepared that has nothing to do with His goodness. His presence is there (Job 26:6; Ps. 139:8; Prov. 15:11; Rev.

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