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Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by George Antonios, Apr 8, 2020.

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  1. George Antonios

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    Too few Christians know or could show it from the Book.
    Let's keep preaching the gospel to keep souls out of that dreadful place.
     
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    Its the place where no presence of God!
     
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    I believe it's in another dimension.

    Many ancients believed it was inside the earth because they saw molten lava & fiery gases come out from underground.
     
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    The wrath and anger of God against sinners, demons, evil and the devil is very present in hell
     
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    Totally false. God is omnipresent. Psalms 139:8, ". . . if I make my bed in hell, behold, thou art there. . . ."
     
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    I will say the Lake of Burning Sulfur will be located on the New Earth, as a horror to all who think of rebellion against Yahweh.

    Isaiah 66:22-24
    22“For just as the new heavens and the new earth,d
    which I will make, will endure before Me,”
    declares the LORD,
    “so your descendants and your name will endure.
    23From one New Moon to another
    and from one Sabbath to another,
    all mankind will come to worship before Me,”
    says the LORD.
    24“As they go forth, they will see the corpses
    of the men who have rebelled against Me;
    for their worm will never die,
    their fire will never be quenched,e
    and they will be a horror
    to all mankind.”
     
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    The LOF is already somewhere. Remember, it was prepared for the devil & his angels.
     
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    Do we preach Salvation to keep people out of Hell
    or to
    help people live a victorious Christian Life.
     
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    What is clear from this passage is that those who are consumed in this vision are dead (v. 24 "corpses"), so they do not suffer. There is no one who will disturb the bodies, so the maggots will complete this part of their life cycle (v. 24 "their worm will never die") and become flies after they have consumed the rotting flesh. And there is no one who will put out (v.24 "quench") the fire, until the bodies are consumed by either the maggots or flames.

    It is a horror, but not an eternal horror. And we can know that this vision is appropriate since Jesus referenced it as "hell" and affirmed that the bodies would be consumed -- "the worms that eat them do not die, and the fire is not quenched" in Mark 9:48.
     
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    We preach the Gospel because it glorifies God. It is proclaiming the Word of God to the living and the dead.

    God is always glorified when His Word is read and proclaimed. The outfall of that is

    1. Sinners (the dead) are converted
    2. Saints are edified
     
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    Did you watch the video?
     
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    Did you watch the video?
    Have you ever read:
    Rev_14:10 The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the PRESENCE of the Lamb:
    ?
     
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    You're right in so far as this is the lake of fire during the millennial kingdom. There's another one out in eternity.
    Also, hell and the lake of fire are not the same thing (Rev.20:11-15).
     
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    I'm preaching salvation to people who are not saved so they can live a victorious saved life?
    I'm pretty sure we preach salvation to keep them out of hell.
    (And sure, there are other reasons, like for the Lamb to gain the souls for which he died)
     
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    Yes, but not Him directly, as he has separated Himself
     
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    Hell is eternal state of the lost sinner
     
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    Both aspects, as God has to first save the lost sinner by His grace, and then once saved, start to be taught how to now live for Christ!
     
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    Why address "Hell" when scripture addresses "Hades" and "Gehenna?" And where is Hades consigned in Revelation?
    Where is the "Abyss? Where is the "Bottomless Pit?"
     
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    Yeah, but I don't believe much of it. I still believe that, like hades and heaven, hell is in another dimension.
     
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    Yes, they ARE. Hades is not hell; that's a mistranslation in the KJV. hades is the present dwelling place for the souls of the dead. It's divided into paradise, where the righteous souls are,(and where Jesus spent 3 days & nights) and 'torments', where the souls of the wicked dead are.
     
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