Well from here on out itís going to be kinda hard to hear me over all the clamor.
Iíll just have to scream as loud as I can.
Iíll bet you never figured dead people could make this much noise.
Itís what you call weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth.
I mean you just have to accept the fact that when you get this many people together, whoíre in this much pain, youíre going to have an unbearable amount of this disturbing sound.
Screaming, moaning, shouting, and cursing all at the same time.
And if this ainít bad enough for you, can you imagine this entire crazy process never ending?
There are no time-outs in Hellís torment.
Itís constant fear and pain continues 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for ever and ever and ever.
But wait a minute, what am I talking about?
There are no days and weeks down here, itís all one very long nightmare of never ending death.
In fact this place is called "Hades" for a very good reason.
In pure and simple language it means the world of the dead; a place of disembodied spirits of the wicked.
And of course that brings up the fact that all you humans are made up of a body, a soul, and a spirit, so itís the body part that kinda like gets left behind on earth when you die.
You see your body is going to do what most people think of when they think of death; itís going to die!
But even though your body will cease to be, it only does so for a very short part of all eternity.
Because one day Godís going to recreate every dead and rotted body back into one that will never die, and then join it back with the soul it belongs to.
So depending on where the soul is (Heaven or Hell) will determine where the body will be.
Now for all those souls in Heaven, theyíre going to experience something never imagined with their new everlasting bodies.
Itís going to be indescribably great!
But on the other side of the coin, itís going to be a horse of a different color for all those poor old souls in Hell.
And talking about dark horses, that takes us right on into this second and final stage of Godís alternative housing project called "Gehennah".