Hell

Outline

 

1. The Abode of the Wicked

2. The Abode of Fallen Angels

3. Sheol

 

1. The Abode of the Wicked

 

Matthew 10:28 “Don’t be afraid of those who want to kill your body; they cannot touch your soul. Fear only God, who can destroy both soul and body in hell.

 

Matthew 25:41 “Then the King will turn to those on the left and say, ‘Away with you, you cursed ones, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his demons.

 

Luke 16:23 and his soul went to the place of the dead. There, in torment, he saw Abraham in the far distance with Lazarus at his side.

 

Revelation 20:15 And anyone whose name was not found recorded in the Book of Life was thrown into the lake of fire.

 

2. The Abode of Fallen Angels

 

2 Peter 2:4 For God did not spare even the angels who sinned. He threw them into hell, in gloomy pits of darkness, where they are being held until the day of judgment.

 

Jude 1:6 And I remind you of the angels who did not stay within the limits of authority God gave them but left the place where they belonged. God has kept them securely chained in prisons of darkness, waiting for the great day of judgment.

 

3. Sheol

 

In the King James Version of the Old Testament this word is used to

translate the Hebrew word Sheol, which signifies the unseen state.

i.e. 

 

2 Samuel 22:6 And I remind you of the angels who did not stay within the limits of authority God gave them but left the place where they belonged. God has kept them securely chained in prisons of darkness, waiting for the great day of judgment.

 

Psalms 9:17 The wicked will go down to the grave (Sheol).  This is the fate of all the nations who ignore God.

 

It is also used to signify grave. i.e. 

 

Genesis 42:38 But Jacob replied, “My son will not go down with you. His brother Joseph is dead, and he is all I have left. If anything should happen to him on your journey, you would send this grieving, white-haired man to his grave.

 

It is also the translation fo the Greek word Gehenna, which

signifies the place of torment.  The American revisers invariably

use Sheol where this word occurs in the Hebrew.

 

Outline is from the Dixon Analytical Bible

Scripture is from the New Living Bible courtesy of www.biblegateway.com

Arranged and modified by HKM 10/17/2010