Sense of Hell and Isolation

Cristian Pãduraru

THE SENSE OF HELL

I. THE SENSE OF SMELL
A. Genesis 19:24-25
Since the first time God employed fire in the punishment of humankind, brimstone was involved, too.
B. Psalm 11:6; Revelation 21:8
Brimstone awaits the damned. Brimstone is sulfur, the constant odor of rotten eggs.

II. THE SENSE OF SOUND
A. Matthew 2:18
Wailing is the bitter sound of lamentation.
B. Matthew 13:42, 50; 22:13; 24:51; 25:30
It is the sound that will fill hell.
C. Luke 13:27-28
Doom sounds like unstoppable crying.

III. THE SENSE OF SIGHT
A. Matthew 18:9
Many may enter hell with two eyes, but it will do them no good.
B. 2nd Peter 2:4-17; 1st John 1:15
Hell is a place of darkness. There isn’t much to see.
C. Luke 16:23, 26
What can be seen, however, are those who dwell in comfort, far away from the sinful departed.

IV. THE SENSE OF TOUCH

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