One of the more difficult truths of the Scriptures is the eternal destiny of those who have never put their faith in Jesus Christ. The doctrine of God's eternal judgement upon those in their sin is troubling, but yet, reality.
In this sermon, the characteristics of the Lake of Fire will be considered. Also, the alternative theories about God's judgement are examined and found lacking in Scriptural basis. (Annihilationism and Universalism)
In the conclusion of the sermon, we see the lengths that people in the timeline of history would go to try to keep the unsaved from the eternal Lake of Fire. Consideration is given to what are we doing to warn them from this.
Steven Maldoff came to recognize his need for Jesus Christ as a 12-year-old living in New York City. A few years later, Steven and his family moved to Cleveland, Ohio, and became involved in a large, missions-minded church. It was there that Steven felt the call of God to...