Today's Most Unpopular Subject by Fred Lowery


This is the most unpopular subject but a most important one. So important that we must speak frankly about it from the scriptures and with no apologies. The word hell is used in thousands of conversations daily; an alcoholic enduring a living hell; a wife living in a literal hell; many people so frustrated with problems that they claim to be living in hell on earth.

People use the word daily in swearing; Truman told all the Baptist to go there.

Asst. Defense Sec. Gilpatrick said, "that the U.S. could receive the first blow from Russia or anybody else and thenstill knock the Hell out of them" unquote.

Many people seem to have forgotten about Hell, preachers are failing to preach on the subject. The wya some modernist talk about judgement and hell (if they do) they tone it down to the place that you'd think God had repented he had made it, and that he had put the fire out and air-conditioned it. They present a sweet, sugar-coated, namby-pamby, sissy, chocolate-covered, corner-cutting, gospel dodging sermonette that cunningly declares: In my humbly opinion, as it were, to a degree, by chance, unless you repent in a measure, as it were...there is some slight possibility in my humble way of thinking, that you might go to a place far too terrible to mention behind thissacred desk.

In spite of this sickening mess, the Bible still thunders out that the fearful, the unbelieving, murderers, whoremongers, liars shall have their part in a lake of fire and brimstone.

Jesus said that whosoever calleth his brother a fool is in danger of hell fire.

Christ said, and fear not them
which kill the body but are unable to harm the soul but rather fear them which is able to destroy both the body and the soul in hell fire.

He shall say to those on his left hand, depart from me ye cursed into everlasting fire prepared for devil and angels.

Only one person ever qualified ...

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