What Then, Is Hell?

So, I state in the book that "Hell" is something built rather than something waiting. "Hell" is closely linked to the "second death" of the "lake of fire" as it is the end result of those within; i.e. of what is left as a spiritual inheritance to the ungodly after the final judgement, and not before.

"Hell" is the spiritual state of captivity of those judged to the lake of fire. It is the end result of the loosening of the restrainer: When there is no further spiritual conviction that will make any difference to the ungodly, to make them repent. That same spiritual captivity (Hell) also affects those in the Church(es) of the last days - it is the paradigm of the "false prophet" and this only takes hold on the Church when the scarlet beast system is then assembled. It does not do so before then, and then only when a "fifth and synthetic" dialectic balance is constructed in the Church paradigm. In operating as an independent "scarlet beast" - in self-governing - it is the last Church system that is built by man is already judged by God, and "Hell" awaits those that build it.

Hell is "prepared for the devil and his angels", it is the only insult Satan may deliver God that will hold captive those within. Jesus instead has the keys of both Hell and Death and has not lost one of His elect to that system of rebellion from under God's will except for "the son of perdition" i.e. Judas Iscarriot, who with his act of betrayal declared man's (his) own choice of "Christian" religion was more important than that of Christ's.

Now, "Death" is somewhat simpler as a spiritual entity, it is the state of spiritual contradiction in the dialectic logic of the ungodly. There is not one, no, not one that has not sinned before God and all practise it to some degree or other. "Death" then becomes that contradiction which is the "sting of sin" and would make us repent to correct ourselves, but to those caught in "Hell", "Death" will never do so until the last seal of that time is opened with the restrainer loosed and only then, does all restraint fail, and love for the requirements of the creator saves the faithful, and love of the laxity of the paradigm affects the ungodly.

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