Analysis: The Wicked Hurled In Hell To Be With Satan
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Future Event Number Seventeen:
The Wicked Hurled In Hell to Be with Satan
The Great White Throne Judgment is over, and the verdicts have been rendered: guilty as charged, and the punished announced: “Depart from me ye cursed into everlasting fire prepared for the devil and his angels.” (Matthew 25:41) When you think things cannot get worse, cannot exceed the most dreadful sensation, and cannot surpass the incendiary mental torture as you are being judged, all of a sudden they just did.
Humanity has for centuries debated hell, the lake of fire and brimstone, the final destiny of the devil, fallen angels, and those who have rejected salvation, the Bible and God. Some people still want to water down and diminish hell to something that the Bible does not affirm, and God does not intend. Sometimes the impression is given that they are trying…show more content… Hell was intended to be so terrible that even the devils feared and trembled. They thought that if they offended Jesus, he would instantly send them to hell. The Bible tells us this: “Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble” (James 2:19).
It will serve us well to remember that Satan and his demons are supernatural, eternal beings and nothing known to man on earth can scare them; no kind of fire, no volcanic lava, no nuclear explosion. God had to come up with something of a different order, and he did, and the Bible calls it hell.
Even human beings, who will be turned in to hell with Satan, are given supernatural bodies, since their mortal bodies would soon be incinerated and vanish away and that was never the intention of hell.
Hell will be an everlasting memorial to the triumph of Almighty God over the evil forces of darkness, and the smoke arising there will be a powerful token and toast to the successful redemption of mankind despite the unrelenting, manic opposition of the