Posted in Devotionals

Hell is real (Isaiah 66:24)

And they will go out and look on the dead bodies of those who rebelled against me; the worms that eat them will not die, the fire that burns them will not be quenched, and they will be loathsome to all mankind.


Worms, I hate them. Whether it is a caterpillar that eats leaves of my calamansi tree, an earthworm which we used to attract fishes, a worm that seems like a part of the branch of guava tree or the worms on decaying bodies. Of animal and those that resides in biodegradable waste, small or big, group or just one, worms would freak me out.

The heat of the sun, it burns my skin how much more if you are cooking in a traditional way or when fire consumes an area near you? Just a drop of cooking oil that hits the skin when frying hurts, what more if it’s the fire that touches your skin?

Hell is real. I have read an article and watched a video before that there are miners who attempted to place a speaker in an instrument and they have heard cries of thousands. Is there a place for persons beneath the land? Will there be creations who/which can survive or thrive in the deepest layer of the earth consisting of lavas? This layer of fire is called the core.

The Bible describes Hell as a place where worms never die and the fire shall not be quenched. Who would want to spend eternity in there? No one of course. But that wouldn’t be the case. Our life here on earth may just be short and temporary however, life after death depends on it. Blessed are those who had known, accepted, believed and shared that Jesus is our Lord and Savior for John 3:16 says that those who believed in Him will not perish but will have everlasting life. On the other hand, those who had rejected Jesus or those who backslide may call unto God but God will ask them who are you and they will be sent to hell and suffer forever. People, let us make the right decision while still have a choice. That choice would be best if we choose Jesus, obey His commandments and live by His words.

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