Hell is Real / God is Good

Hell is real, Jesus warned us about Hell a LOT. Why do sinners deserve hell?

Sin is INFINITELY wicked, and deserves INFINITE judgement ONLY because God is INFINITELY good, merciful, glorious, and Thorough in His communication. He warns us through our conscience, through nature, and since we all come from Adam/Noah, every culture KNOWINGLY rebelled against God at one time.

Only liars like Jehovah Witnesses, Universalists, Goddess worshippers, and other LIARS deny the Reality and JUSTICE of God’s judgement through Hell. All of God’s judgements are absolutey righteous, true, and kind – because they lead to purification of souls and purification of His Kingdom (Psalms 19, Revelations 19).

If God was not infinitely worthy of love, respect, and obedience… then hell would not be fair. But since He IS, then infinite hell is fair and just punishment. Also, God has provided sacrifice for sins that sinners constantly reject (Jesus). They also reject their conscience that tells them that their idolatry is useless. They also reject nature which teaches them that God is big and infinitely more than their idols and worthless religions.

So the next time someone says that they can’t believe that a loving God would send anyone to hell… tell them that you can’t believe why anyone would refuse to love a loving God – with their sinful pride and arrogance, and send themself to hell in the process. Say it in a loving and patient way, of course.

This blog is just meant to be quick and to the point, giving a quick outline of an answer to the question. There are many falling away due to the supposed “unfairness” of God.

The main point is this: Everyone reaps what they sow.

For more info read Psalms, Revelations, and Luke. Also read “The Justice of God in the Damnation of Sinners” by Jonathan Edwards and http://www.answersingenesis.org

One Response

  1. God did not create a hell to send sinners into. Eternal separation from a loving God, not eternal punishing,is the punishment for those who reject the sacrifice of our Lord Jesus.

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