“That movie scared the hell out of me!”
“I had a hell of a good time…”
“Hell no, I won’t go!”
Is that so.
It appears to me, though I could be wrong, that the people who talk about hell the most are the folks who don’t believe in it. They tell someone to “Go to Hell”, but don’t believe the place really exists.
“What the hell are you doing?”
That’s like saying, “What the Peoria are you doing?” (Sorry, Peoria)
“I had a Des Moines of a good time…”
Doesn’t that sound better?
Hell isn’t a sentence “filler”, or something to say when you’re mad or excited.
Hell is a place. Not a party place, or a place to vacation. It is a damned place; the place of the eternally damned.
No, I’m not referring to the town of Hell, Michigan. I am talking about Hades, Hell, Sheol; worm capital of the entire universe.
If you can’t stand to listen to a baby bawl and squall in a restaurant or airplane, you definitely don’t want to go to Hell. Weeping, gnashing of teeth, wailing, all in utter darkness. Darkness so black, it’s beyond one’s comprehension.
“What the Hell?” Hey, I’m telling you the truth.
I think it’s time to talk more about Hell than Heaven. Why? Because people can’t go to Heaven unless they believe in Hell.
Maybe Hollywood should make a movie called, “Hell is real.”
“What the Hell are you talking about?“, I just heard you say.
Hell is for those who have rejected the sacrificial death and resurrection of Jesus. Originally it was prepared for the devil and his crowd; his angels and demons. But ever since Adam said yes to the devil’s lies, the devil’s crowd consists of all people who have rejected the savior God promised. His son, Jesus. Why do they reject Jesus? Because they don’t understand their need for the righteousness only Jesus can give. They don’t realize their nature has Hell stamped all over it. Like luggage loaded onto an airplane, the tag on their life reads “Hell Bound”
Really a great message to sing about, eh...”I’m on the Highway to Hell!”
Yep, it’s time to start talking about Hell. It’s time to start advertising the qualifications and conditions people must meet to go to Des Moines; er, I mean, Hell.
Maybe you’re like others living on planet earth who think it’s a “damned shame” to try and scare people into Heaven. I think it’s a “damned shame” if they go to Hell!
Because no one has to anymore. Not since the cross and the resurrection.
As for scaring someone…understanding the reality of Hell SHOULD scare the Hell out of everyone. Knowing people go to Hell for simply ignoring the Good News ought to get their attention.
In fact, I hope to scare the people out of Hell, if that’s what it takes.
Huh uh. “Hell, NO!”