100 Days of Preaching the Gospel #46 | with Daniel Whyte III
TEXT — Luke 16:19-31
A Danish minister wrote a novel titled “Letters from Hell.” In it a man named Otto dies in the prime of life, he goes to Hell, and then he begins to relate the torments and regrets that are the consequences of the self-centered life that he led. As Otto wanders through Hell, he also describes the fate of other lost souls who inhabit that place of torment, one of them who happens to be his own mother.
What would it be like if we were to actually receive a letter from someone who was in Hell today? What kind of effect would it have upon us? Well, today, we have something close to a letter from Hell. We have the story of a rich man who died and went to Hell. Yes, the Bible gives us the testimony that fell from the parched lips of a man burning in Hell!
1. First of all, notice with me, that after death, your arrival at your eternal destination is immediate.
2. Secondly, notice with me what the rich man took with him to Hell.
3. Thirdly, notice with me that after you die, there is no hope left.
+ Plus, listen to Walter hawkins singing “Changed” and Deitrick Haddon singing “Sinner’s Prayer”