To: Alan Jennings Msg #125, 21-May-93 12:17pm Subject: A Christian? >> Heaven or
From: Ralph Stokes
To: Alan Jennings Msg #125, 21-May-93 12:17pm
Subject: A Christian?
>> Heaven or hell? Which for you?
> Tell me more about each.
Hell is in the heart of the earth. It's a place created by God for the devil
and his angels, but into which men also go if they reject Jesus Christ as
their Saviour. Hell is a place of utter darkness, weeping and wailing, and
eternal torments. There's not a drop of water there, and no light.
Heaven, on the other hand, is a place of great joy and bliss. It has above
all the throne of the Lord Jesus Christ where he sits in all his glory. New
Jerusalem is currently there, and it does have streets of pure gold, but all
that is minor compared to the glories of Jesus Christ himself.
If you don't believe on Jesus Christ when you do see him, you'll see him as
the Judge of all the earth. He will have you brought up out hell, you'll be
shown why you were in hell (witnesses such as this message will be used) then
cast into the lake of fire.
You can avoid hell, and all that it is, by believing on the Lord Jesus Christ
who died for your sins, was buried, and rose again the third day.
The choice is yours.
Heaven or hell? Which for you?
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From: Christopher Baker
To: Ralph Stokes Msg #201, 23-May-93 05:14pm
Subject: Re: A Christian?
> Heaven or hell? Which for you?
buy a good book on geology and astronomy. then get over that delusion of
these dumb ideas of 'heaven' and 'hell' were marginally understandable when
no one knew anything about the core of the earth or could see beyond the
clouds but they should have died the death of all ignorance when confronted
with the reality.
--- DB 1.53/001027
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