The Fires of Hell

The fires of hell are fueled by the wrath of fallen hearts.

3 Responses to “The Fires of Hell”

  1. Simon Jones  

    Wow, good on hell for powering itself using alternative fuel sources. That’s very modern minded of it.

  2. Anthony Velez  

    Buhdump Bump — Crash!! — Ladies and gentleman, it’s Simon Jones. He’ll be here all week!!

    Well you know, they say that “Jesus saves”; perhaps he saves plastic bottles as well as souls. Seriously, I do think that Jesus would be ecologically minded if he were walking the Earth with us today. After all, “the Earth’s is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof.”

    Regarding hell, it struck me that God’s wrath is perhaps a withdrawal of his Spirit, the Spirit that currently keeps us from the worse of what we can do to ourselves. Remove his Spirit and hell is what naturally occurs if left to our own devices.

  3. Simon Jones  

    Yeah, that’s what I think too Anthony (regarding hell). I think hell is devoid of God, and without that I think life would be pointless and become quite awful.