Who goes to eternal hell?

Total
2
Shares

Automated Transcript Generated:

Tina:

It says, who goes to eternal hell? Is it possible that souls not safe burn up? And to that I’ll just quickly give you a Bible verse in Psalms 37, verse 20. So Psalm 37, verse 20 says, but the wicked shall perish again, just like we read in John 316 Parish you’re no more. You’re dead. And the enemies of the Lord, like the splendor of the Meadow, shall vanish into smoke. They shall vanish away. So yes, they are consumed into smoke. They are burned up. They’re no more.

Tina:

So nobody is in an eternal burning hell forever and ever. I know that there’s a verse revelation that says in the smoke of their torment ascends forever and ever. But that’s just the smoke. But they are consumed into smoke so that’s it. People don’t burn in hell forever. That’s not a character of a loving God who would torture somebody for eons of eternity for something that people did in a few years of life on this Earth we couldn’t go into.

Jay:

I just say one on this that just turns a lot of people’s worlds upside down, like the presence of God is a consuming fire. But who is it that dwells in that fire? Isaiah 30 314 it says the sinners and Zion are afraid, fearfulness has surprised the hypocrites who among us shall dwell with the devouring fire, who among us shall dwell with everlasting burnings? Isaiah 315 has the answer. It is he that walketh rightly righteously and speaketh rightfully. I’m reading King James. He who despises the gain of oppression, who gestures with his hands, refuses bribes, who stops his ears from hearing of bloodshed and shuts his eyes from seeing evil.

Jay:

Basically, the righteous are the ones who live in the Everlasting flames. And when God compares his people people to gold and gold doesn’t get destroyed in fire, it just gets purified.

Tina:

Amen. That’s a really great way of putting it.


For full episode:
https://youtu.be/3P4YuFWS2n0

Would you like to have your question answered live? Submit your question at BibleAsk LIVE.

Share this video with a friend:
https://youtu.be/-y9nvrVbfe4

Subscribe to our Weekly Updates:

Get our latest answers straight to your inbox when you subscribe here.

You May Also Like