5 Things Children Should Aware About Hell

by janis

5 Things Children Should Aware About Hell

We share all the messages of God’s love with each other. We worry about confusing them or having them follow Jesus out of fear. We want to focus on the joy of Jesus and how we should live in this life. I challenge that we sometimes don’t know quite what to make of hell ourselves.

We should teach our kids “If you believe in Jesus, you go to heaven, if you don’t, you go to the big fiery pit called hell where you suffer forever.”

We should also teach our children about hell than this simple “heaven and hell are opposites”

1.The Bible speaks of hell in many places.

You might think this one is a no-brainer if you read your Bible regularly. But it is all-time low according to many surveys many Christians are not highly knowledgeable of the Bible.

An important tip to understand the notion of hell doesn’t come from a indistinguishable handful of statements.

2. After final judgment hell is a state of punishment.

An attempt to soften the concept of hell, I’ve heard many well-meaning people suggest the notion that hell is separation from God on earth. This is the Biblical concept of hell very particularly refers to punishment of the unrighteous after final. God will be with them forever those who did not will be separated from God in hell.

“When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit on his glorious throne. Before him will be gathered all the nations, and he will separate people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats…then he (God) will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels…then they (the unrighteous) will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life.”

3.Hell is described with imagery of fire and darkness.

After reading some books about hell, I have to acknowledge I was shocked to learn about majority of Christian pastors and scholars do not believe that hell is a literal fire. When you really view at the imagery of hell. At the same time, Jesus refers to hell as “outer darkness”.

We don’t know exactly what hell will be like, but to teach that hell is simply a big fire pit where non-believers go most likely assumes more than the Bible tells us. Literally we do know that hell will be temporary separation from God.

4.Hell is a place of total destruction punishment.

“Fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell.” Obliteration has a very different undertone than never-ending suffering. The language of obliteration is common right through Paul’s letters as well. John says that those who believe in Him “shall not perish.” Again, cold and damp is different than eternal suffering.

What duration of suffering will be, we don’t know. The explanation of  the original words continues to be the subject of general debate.

5. No means of access in the Bible no second chance after death ,final judgment of hell.

We can expect all day long about the possibilities of people having a second chance to turn. So just as we will not live after death and come back to world, the fact remains that there is no proof of this in the Bible.



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5 Things Children Should Aware About Hell
5 Things Children Should Aware About Hell