Have any of these questions bothered you?
1. How can a loving, merciful God send millions of people to Hell forever without hope?
2. How can God be good, when there is so much suffering and sorrow in this world?
3. Am I going to go to Hell when I die?
If you have been looking for answers to these and other similar questions, then this book is for you.
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The premise of the book is that if God is God, then He must be good and He must be glorious. Can the One who created the universe really be defeated by the enemy He created? Or is all of this suffering and sorrow in this life meant to amplify the incredible plan that God has mysteriously woven throughout the world's most controversial and powerful book, the Bible? In Hell Is Not the Issue, you will see that it is God who has put limits on Himself to get us to believe that He is vulnerable to Satan and mankind's choices. But nothing could be further from the truth! God's amazing plan is designed to not only create a win for everyone – even Satan, but in doing so God is going to write the most incredible story of the ages.
And you can discover this marvelous story about a Savior who allows people to go to Hell, not to be punished, but to be pardoned. Within these pages you will see that there are passages of Scripture that almost nobody talks about that give clues to this amazing redemption story. A story like you've never heard it told before, anywhere. God is good, and you will benefit from His goodness. See for yourself what the Bible actually says about Hell and the plan that God has for it.
If you're like most people, you've never really studied this topic on your own before. Do you really want to leave the matter of Heaven and Hell unsettled in your mind until you're face-to-face with death? If you only ever read one book about Hell, Hell Is Not the Issue should be the book that you read.