by Jeff Schreve

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A Place Called Hell (11 of 11)
Series: Why on Earth Am I Here?
Jeff Schreve
Revelation 20

I want to talk to you tonight about something that very few people like to talk about. It's something that you don't hear preached much anymore. And I want ask, can you handle the truth? The truth I want to talk to you about is the truth about a place called Hell.

Hell is one of those things that people kind of shun. They kind of block it out of their mind. They don't want to think about it. They don't want to talk about it. They don't want to they like to kind of explain it away. And they say, ''Boy, don't, you know, we don't want to go to a church where they preached about Hell.'' But, you know, Hell is talked about a lot in the Bible. Sometimes if a preacher preaches about Hell, people will say, ''Boy, that guy, he's got a problem. He's sadistic. He's mean. He's cruel. He's one of those Hell, fire, and brimstone preachers.'' But the preacher in the Bible that talked the most about Hell was Jesus Christ. Jesus spoke more about Hell than He did about Heaven. You know why that is, it's because He doesn't want anyone to go to Hell. And I want to talk to you tonight about a place called Hell and to see what the Bible has to say about this place.

Jesus said in Matthew chapter 7 that there are two roads. I talked about that this morning, two roads that everyone in the world is on one of two roads. You're either on the broad road that leads to destruction. He said, ''Many are those who are on the broad road, who are on the highway to Hell.'' And then, He said, ''Then there's also the narrow road that leads to life.'' And He said, ''Few there be that find it.'' Everyone in this room tonight, you're either on one of two roads. You're either on the broad road on the highway to Hell, or you're on the narrow road, the road that leads to life, that leads to Heaven and eternity with God. Which road are you on? I hope at the end of this sermon that you are so sure about where y ...

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