The Cries Of Those In Hell, A Vision Of Heaven, And Hell Should Not Be a Subject To Avoid.

Posted: March 18, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS AND VIDEOS: I went to a fellow Bloggers Blog that I really admire. There were two articles this Blogger wrote concerning Hell and Heaven. It had me to thinking how the Pulpit is silent on these topics, especially the topic on Hell. Long ago I read an article by Charles Spurgeon on the topic of Hell that gave me goosebumps and it still does to this very day. We as Christians must take a stand on topics that may not be so popular. Let me give you an example of what I mean. I am sure you have heard this example many times.


Let’s say you found a cure for all forms of cancer. You carried that cure everywhere you went. One day you stumble upon an individual who has cancer and that person was dying from the disease. Would you hold that cure back and refuse to help that individual or would you give them that cure to help them get cured? Why as Christians would we not warn of the same ramifications to that disease that kills? You know full well the cure of Salvation and what that blessed hope does for the body. We cannot stand by any longer as thousands of souls perish on a daily basis. Let us become a stumbling block for those who are willfully ignorant and marching to hell. Let us stand in their way with our love and hope. What will you do when the Man comes around and you bow down before the throne? How will you be able to look into your Lords eyes as you present your harvest before him? Will you be a sheep or would you be a Goat on that great day when The Man Comes Around. Please click on  The Harley Factor links. There is some videos on hell that will make your skin crawl. Thank you for visiting These Christian Times and God Bless you. If you want to get to know Jesus read your Bible. If you don’t have one contact me info@TheseChristiantimes.Com

“If sinners be dammed, at least let them leap to hell over our bodies. If they will perish, let them perish with our arms about their knees. Let no one go there unwarned and unprayed for.” -Charles Spurgeon


THE FARLEY FACTOR: We took a trip this weekend and on the way, the testimony of Bill Wiese was playing on the iPod. It got me thinking about the many millions of people who don’t believe there is a hell and may end up there if they don’t repent and take Jesus as their savior. What is even worse, in my opinion, is that so many people who call themselves Christians don’t believe there is a hell.

There is a hell just as sure as there is a heaven. We are eternal beings and will spend eternity in one place or the other. One thing I want to make clear is that God sends no one to hell. It is a choice each of us have to make on our own. If we choose Jesus and repent, heaven will surely be our home for eternity. If we choose to refuse Jesus as our savior, there is no place to go but hell READ MORE:


THE HARLEY FACTOR: I have been pretty preoccupied lately with talking about all of the things happening in this world that I think everyone needs to know about, but that are so depressing. Everything from the Illuminati to voices that were thought to be coming from hell. I was reminded today by the Lord and a fellow blogger that there is hope that springs eternal and that Heaven will be the home of all those who believe in Him.

We read about the streets of gold and the mansions He has prepared for us and the gates of pearl and the rivers of living water. All of these things will be wonderful to see, but the thing that will be the most wonderful is that the ever embracing presence of God will be with you and you with Him for eternity READ MORE:


OUTREACH.COM: Emerging generations want to talk about hell.

I first realized this leading the young adult ministry at Santa Cruz Bible Church. Every year, we surveyed the group on what they wanted to study, and each time they asked questions about hell: Is it real? Why would a loving God send people to hell and is it right to do that? It seems funny to say, but hell was on the hearts and minds of those 800 young adults.

You’d think that in today’s culture it would be counterintuitive to regularly talk about hell to emerging generations. People both inside and outside the Church are extremely sensitive to associating God or a religion with something as horrifying as hell READ MORE:

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  1. Harley says:

    I really liked that first video. It really showed the limitations of the english language. Hebrew, greek and latin are so much more precise in their meanings and give more clarity. Great post.

  2. joecruzmn says:

    No this post was only made possible because you thought it was important to write about Hell. Keep doing what you are doing Harley

  3. Ana says:

    Question; so when we die do we automatically go
    To heaven or hell? and if so what is the purpose
    of the judgement day? Will he cast out the ones
    Who are in hell to see if they had enough what’s
    Really going to happen on judgement day because it
    Sure sounds like it’s going to take a long time
    to jude everyone

  4. MARCHIT R. MARAK (India) says:

    I absolutely believed that Heaven and Hell was so real.

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