Although many people mock the truth of hell’s existence, some people struggle with the fear of hell. Some people are afraid of spending eternity facing a punishment in a place where there is forever weeping and gnashing of teeth. It’s hard to think about suffering God’s eternal wrath against sin. On this topic, Thomas Boston does a great job explaining how the resurrection of Christ can drive away the fear of hell and give a great and joyful hope of heaven:
Hell is a fountain of fears. Sometimes the godly are above, sometimes under the fears of hell. It is terrible, the thought of being excluded forever the presence of God! “Who can abide with everlasting burnings?” When we look down to the pit, it seems hard to escape it; when we look up to heaven, our souls faint, lest we never get there.
But fear not: for Christ…
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