prepared for the devil and his angels:"
Because God is a GOD OF LOVE, and He LOVED YOU so much, He sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to this earth to die a cruel death on a cross to pay the price a HOLY GOD demands for your sins.
Romans 5:8 says,
God does not send someone to hell.
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2 Pet 2:6 And turning the cities of Sodom and Gomorrha into ashes condemned them with an overthrow, making them an ensample unto those that after should live ungodly;
Hell will not be a place you want to be, trust me
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He did not leave Jeroboam anyone that breathed, but destroyed them all, according to the word of the LORD given through his servant Ahijah the Shilonite - because of the sins Jeroboam had committed and had caused Israel to commit, and because he provoked the LORD, the God of Israel, to anger.
Hell and the Salvation Of All Mankind..
Now think about this for a moment. Satan had lived with God as a covering cherub and was able to talk to and look upon the face of God. Then iniquity was found in him, and he rebelled against God and his law. Satan considered the law and rule of God as confining, oppressive, and most unreasonable. To Satan, heaven had become a place of torment, filled with the eternal fire of the presence of God, something Satan could no longer tolerate in his rebellious pride. To Satan, heaven had become what people today describe as --- Hell.
or Biblical Universal Reconciliation
If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, will he not much more clothe you, O you of little faith?
Ch 4 My Visit to the Throne Room - Angels On …
This important declaration of God’s intention forms a solid basis for all that is recorded throughout the book of Matthew, and must be kept in mind in the midst of the stern warnings of judgment, even including that of Booklet.
Official and original site of the Angels on Assignment book
The Jews had a common story describing death as passing through a valley of darkness and they pictured salvation as fleeing to the security of Abraham's bosom. The Jews also believed that riches were a sign of God's favor and poverty a sign of His displeasure. The rich man living sumptuously represents the Jews, who had access to the word of God but refused to share it. They were squandering and wasting the spiritual riches for which they were the stewards, as in the previous parable of the unjust steward. The Jews were the fig tree that bore no fruit (Mark 11:13-14, 20, Luke 13:6-9), and the husbandmen of the unproductive vineyard (Matt. 21:33-45, Mark 12:1-12, Luke 20:9-19). Lazarus represents the Gentiles, who the Jews would not minister to. So the rich man in the story, whom the Jews thought blessed of God, ends up in Hell, while the poor Lazarus is saved and greeted by Abraham. Jesus had reversed the outcome from what the Jews expected. This is why Jesus used the parable of the rich man and Lazarus in the way he did. It was not intended to convey the exact circumstances of Heaven or Hell, but rather to show to the Jews that they had grave misconceptions about who was saved and who was lost.