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Hell glorifies God because:

1. It shows that He keeps His Word.

2. It shows His infinite worth, lasting forever.

3. It demonstrates His power to subdue all who rebel against Him.

4. It shows how unspeakably merciful He is to those who trust Him.

5. It upholds the reality of love by visiting justice against those who reject God, who is love.

6. It vindicates all who suffered to hear or proclaim the truth of God’s Word.

7. It shows the enormity of what Jesus accomplished when He died to save all who would trust Him from the hell they deserved. If there were no hell, there would be no need for the cross.

Hell glorifies God because: 1. It shows that He keeps His Word. 2. It shows His infinite worth, lasting forever. 3. It demonstrates His power to subdue all who rebel against Him. 4. It shows how unspeakably merciful He is to those who trust Him. 5. It upholds the reality of love by visiting justice against those who reject God, who is love. 6. It vindicates all who suffered to hear or proclaim the truth of God's Word. 7. It shows the enormity of what Jesus accomplished when He died to save all who would trust Him from the hell they deserved. If there were no hell, there would be no need for the cross.

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Author: James Hamilton
Topics: Hell-Justified
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You are a creature in the Creator’s work of art. Accept it. He is the Creator, not you. How seriously should we take those who object to hell or try to rewrite the story so that hell isn’t part of it? As seriously as we would we take Hamlet critiquing Shakespeare’s work. Hamlet has no independent existence. He can only critique Shakespeare if the author decides to write that scene.

You are a creature in the Creator’s work of art. Accept it. He is the Creator, not you. How seriously should we take those who object to hell or try to rewrite the story so that hell isn’t part of it? As seriously as we would we take Hamlet critiquing Shakespeare’s work. Hamlet has no independent existence. He can only critique Shakespeare if the author decides to write that scene.

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