by Adrian Rogers

This Place Called Hell
Adrian Rogers
Revelation 21:6-8

I want you to take God's word and turn with me, please, today to revelation, chapter 21 and we're going to read verses 7 and 8. Revelation, chapter 21 verses 7 and 8. And as you are finding that in your bible, may I say that the subject that I have with me today for you is a difficult subject and I've actually tried to talk myself out of preaching this message. And I'll tell you why.

It's not a happy message. I'd much rather say something about joy, about life, about victory, (and all of that needs to be preached) but I am convinced that the missing message in today's church and especially on the air waves is the message concerning hell. And I believe that we're reaping the benefits of failing to bring that message. I believe the reason we have so much, so-called hell in our world is because we have so little in our pulpits.

I believe that we need to sound the alarm. And this message is a message to sound the alarm. And I want to say that I'm not speaking this morning primarily to the lost. Most lost people are not saved by hearing a message on hell. Many are, but I'm preaching primarily to the church: those of us who are saved! Because so many times we fail to be properly motivated to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. One great motivation is the love of God that constrains us.

Another great motivation is, as Paul said, ''knowing the terror of the Lord we persuade men.'' some of you have loved ones who are going to die and go to hell unless you bring the message of salvation and the message of redemption to them. And it is the church that needs to be warned. We need to be shocked out of our lethargy.

Now, again, I want to say that if I am a faithful preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ, I'm going to have to preach the whole counsel of God. And I'm going to have to preach as Jesus preached. And I want to remind you of this: that Jesus Christ had more to say about the place called ''hell'' than ...

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