Apocalypse of Hell by Rev. Daniel F. Owsley

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In the “Apocalypse of Hell” it's clear that someone who doesn't love Christ can never keep His commandments. As a result, who can describe the accursed bond between souls who lack God's love? And what man is able to talk about the poor state of hatred's ugliness? For the depths of that is unspeakable. And just as love unites, hatred always divides, never covering any sins. And hatred is so impatient it can't bear anything. For it refuses long-suffering. Even if one speaks with eloquence, if they hate holiness, they're like an echoing bell, or a lying politician that loves the clanging of his own cash register. And even if an unbeliever can predict the future, understanding enigmas, and has all knowledge, all of that is meaningless since they're a love child of hatred that loves to hate. Even if such sad souls have the greatest faith in faithlessness, their faith is as worthless as manure. And even though such sick souls may give goods to feed the poor, even giving their body as a donor, if they hate God within, their generosity is fruitless. For good works of the godless are always eternally meaningless. And such hypocrites are accursed, with the flaming sulphur of Tartarus being their reward. Nor is people's contempt towards others ever patient. And that tainted passion brings them the smoke of Hades. It's therefore as clear as the spirit of fear that angry emotions which hate everything envies anything; hatred also boasts of itself and is very puffed up. And those that hate the cross behave unseemly. Neither is hatred not easily provoked, thinking about all kinds of evil; And hatred always rejoices in iniquity, but hates the truths of the gospel; And lost people upholds very little, believes very little, hopes very little, and doesn't try to endure anything worthwhile. For their growling hatred always fails: But Christ's everlasting love never shall. Therefore it's easy to see that there's nothing honourable in hatred. Nor is there anything humble in the anger of some strong dislike. For hatred desires many divisions and causes a multitude of offences, while doing all things in disharmony. And through that most angry emotion Satan's children have no real perfection; But without hatred nothing is well-pleasing to that adversary of God. And through it the king of Hell helps his own to refuse taking the Lord into their hearts since they're full of malice and some great indignation. But on account of the hatred that Jesus had for sin He lifts those up who becomes tired of hatred. And the bulk of this book reflects the ancient literature called “Chastisements” that awaits those who don't care that our Lord gave us His blood, so hatred could change into love. Welcome then to the most ghastly macabre that's ever been written; For this is the alarming story of Hell's grimmest and most grisly realities that have ever been put onto paper. Nor is this gruesome offering one for people with a dislike for blood and gore since much of that is included within it's crimson stained pages. Neither are the real sick visions of decapitations and tortures within this ancient literature, ones that are nearly as bad as Hell will be... Please check out this book's preview. And as an extra added bonus, some of this uthor's “best of” is also included herein to bless the reader.
 

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Published May 14, 2012 by Booktango. 119 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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