Symbols of Hell by Kevin Simpson

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The book you are about to read has been a subject of debate for some time, a book written to shed light on the truth concerning the topic of hell, with an understanding taken from scripture and made clear throughout the Old and New Testament books of the Bible. It was written that we might have a clear understanding of God’s love toward us, that we might know from what we were saved. It will give us a clear view of hell and what it will be like for those of us who I hope will not end up in its belly.

My hope in this series of books is that you will come to know the plan of God toward mankind and that you might see the cross of Jesus Christ for what it represents. Jesus came to save us from the judgment that is to come, which I hope to highlight in this series of books.

About Kevin Simpson

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I was born Jamaican, with an Irish background, to Auslyn and Beverly Simpson. Although born in a Christian home, I never understood the views of my parents, who often dragged me off to Sunday school. As a result, I grew to hate the idea of church. As I got older, I parted from the environment of the church and went off in the world, doing what pleased me. After traveling to the United States and making friends, I began to realize there was something missing from my life and the lives of those around me. I began to ask questions, and it was from that point I began to discover the truth and purpose of mankind. I became a Christian at age eighteen. I am now thirty-six and, I must say, it’s not an easy road to travel. Friends began to look at me strangely, and slowly they drifted away. Despite the hardship of the cross, I chose to remain faithful to Christ. Studying the cultures of the world, I found Christianity to be the truth, with evidence showing its history. I am a writer, blogger, and teacher of the gospel; a public speaker working as a customer service support agent; a Christian; father of a young boy born August 17; and a husband to a beautiful wife. My belief is everyone should take time to read the scriptures that they may know the truth for themselves and give time to the Father who created us all. Whether we choose to believe or not, it is wise for us to give knowledge a chance, for through it we are able to make sound decisions. To judge the scriptures without the background of reading them is unwise; judgment must be reserved until one has read them in full. I believe Jesus to be the savior of the world, through whom the world will find hope and salvation. He is the only savior and king to come and redeem the world from evil. I believe in Jesus Christ, his death, his resurrection, and the Holy Spirit, our comfort.
Published December 17, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 169 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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