The punishment that Satan will experience for all eternity in the Lake of Fire is nothing compared to the wrath of God that was placed on our Lord Jesus Christ on the cross.
“For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.” (2nd Cor. 5:21)
That includes your sins, my sins, everyone’s sins. It takes this knowledge to understand the opening statement of this short letter to you, no one has or ever will feel the entire weight, the entire fulness of the wrath of God but our Savior. The wicked will be condemned forever, to eternal darkness, to everlasting pain, to a hopelessness that not even the most depressed person alive can ever experience here.
For us who have been crucified with Christ, “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.” (Romans 8:1)
Many of these poorly written letters attest to these truths, and I believe the Holy Spirit has led me to write about them on a fairly regular basis for a specific reason, hell is very rarely mentioned on social media, on television, in public, it is not a topic of conversation that people desire to discuss nor hear.
But it is real.
But, if you have noticed, the topic of many of these letters nearly always goes to where even hell, along with death, will be cast into, the Lake of Fire.
My friends, people are going to burn forever, people you know, and there will be no escape. The untold, uncountable, unimaginable time that we will be with the Living God experiencing ecstatic joy in His presence, they will be screaming. While we relish in pleasures forevermore, they will know eternal pain, suffering inconceivable.
You do not need to search far to find evil people, they are quite easy to spot, but can you see the wicked, the unrepentant soul that lives down the street from you, that you work beside each day, the close relative, one whom you love, can you see them screaming?
How difficult is it really, why does it cause trepidation in so many who profess to serve the Living God, who say they love the Lord Jesus Christ to say to that person, “Who do you say Jesus Christ is?” Is persecution for His name nothing more than a sideways glance to you? Perhaps mocking laughter or a sneer? Do you fear their words while we have brothers and sisters in Christ who are dying for Him every day? Will you use the excuse that the Holy Spirit has not called you to speak boldly about the One you profess to love? That the commandment of Mark 16:15 is not for you? “And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.”
If you can tell your Father in heaven that you love Him, why can you not tell those you meet, even complete strangers, that He loves them too?
Enough to send His only Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, with the full intent to punish Him for all mankind’s sins.
The wicked will suffer for all of time, Satan will suffer unbearably, but none like our Lord did. It is such a simple thing He asks of us, simply tell them that they are loved. He is not asking you to expound on the entire Scriptures, you do not need to have hundreds of verses memorized, this isn’t the time for deep theological discussions. Even small children have been known to say these words to grown adults.
“Jesus loves you.”
This is of course your decision, I am simply a messenger, but if you have been born-again, you did not need me to give you this message, you already knew it. Now the question is, what will you do with it?