by Fred Lowery

I Know That Good People Go to Hell
Dr. Fred Lowery
Luke 16:19; Luke 16:20; Luke 16:22; Hebrews 9:27; Luke 16:23; Romans 3:10, 21-22; Luke 16:24; Luke 16:25; Luke 16:26; Luke 16:27; Luke 16:29-31; 2 Peter 2:4; Revelations 20:11-15; Mark 9:48; Revelations 19:20; Revelations 20:10; Matthew 25:46; Mark 9:48; John 3:17-18; Hebrews 10:29-31; Luke 13:34; Luke 19:41; 2 Peter 3:9; 2 Timothy 2:4; John 5:40; John 3:19
March 9, 2008

Today I want to talk about the subject of hell and I want to make the statement that I know that good people go to hell. Now some people might want say wait a minute. Good people go to hell? We're going to talk about that today. Jesus and the bible clearly teach that there is both a heaven for the saved and a hell for the unbeliever. The same Bible that tells us about the Hallelujah's of heaven tells us about the horrors of hell. And the Bible can't be true in one part and not true in another part. If the Bible is true when it talks about heaven then the Bible is true when it talks about hell. If Jesus is true and if He is speaking truth when He talks about heaven, He is speaking truth when He talks about hell. You can't have it both ways. The Bible talks about the horrors of hell calling it everlasting punishment, eternal fire where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth and outer darkness, torment. That is how the Bible describes this place called hell. You say well what is the world's opinion of hell? Well I think you know what the world's opinion of hell is. What the culture's opinion of hell is. It is repulsive to them. They hate the doctrine of hell. Not only that they choose to defy the doctrine. But the fact that the culture hates the doctrine of hell doesn't change the truth of hell one iota. And see you and I have a choice. We can choose to believe the word or we can believe the world. We can believe Christ or we can believe culture. If there is no hell then Jesus is either dumb or deceptive. And either one dis ...

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