How The Bible Describes Hell

Hell is such a serious place that God has put in my heart to bring about this study to show what happens in Hell and how someone can escape from going there. Hell and its fires are real and it will be for all eternity for those who end up there. In the book, you will find many verses and commentary to bring clarity on the subject.

My new book will answer questions like is Hell eternal, or can one in Hell still have a chance to get out? Also, what happens in Hell besides a person burning? You will see from a biblical standpoint, demons torturing people there.

Right now, it is available in Ebook and Book form. You can purchase a copy and download it by clicking on these two links:

ebook: How The Bible Describes Hell

Paperback: How The Bible Describes Hell

Book, Page: 62

Print Book: Pocket Book (4.25 x 6.875)

To view a sample of the Book, click HERE

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4 thoughts on “How The Bible Describes Hell

  1. Hello there Spaniard. Good to see ya. I hope your blessings are over-flowing. Good to see ya publishing this book that will help Save People From The Fire, and advance the Kingdom. Keep up the good work. Take good care and stay safe.

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  2. What’s up, Damon, good to see you again. I appreciate your encouraging words. I hope that people may be blessed by the book and escape the place of torment. But, if there are people who don’t want to buy the book, it’s okay, because the message in the book about Hell can be found in my blog. I hope everything is well with you, Damon. Did you ever get to resolve your car issue?

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  3. No, I was able to save $2,500 in 5 months. Bought a 2003 Honda Pilot but the tranny went out 2 weeks later. But friends and church family are still taking care of me. I had a few hundred saved again but a friend become homeless due to no fault of his own so I helped him. His family finally decided to take him in so he is good now, thankfully. I might have something in the works to get a vehicle in a bit, if the Lord is willing.

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