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They Denied The Lord, they mocked and scoffed…. The cries of regret in hell! – Monique Bizet

They Denied The Lord, they mocked and scoffed…. The cries of regret in hell!

March 8, 2020
Monique Bizet

Brothers and sisters,

Severe judgments are coming. Many are and will open their eyes in hell as they enter eternity without repentance and denying the Lord. The cries of regret in hell are so grievous! The pains and torment in hell are real.

This is a word from the Lord to repent. I also share my experiences about hell. I cannot emphasize these experiences enough, time is up. Don’t waste your life, we only have one shot on this earth. We need to get serious about following the Lord. The Lord loves us and wants us to come out of her and not to be partakers of the worldliness and sinful life.

They Denied The Lord, they mocked and scoffed…. The cries of regret in hell!

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May the Lord bless you in Jesus Name. Draw near to Him with all your heart.

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  1. Leah

    Throughout history men have devised many, many, evil ways of inflicting as much pain as they possibly could onto their fellow man, without actually killing them.
    Prolonging the poor victims pain and TORMENT for as long as humanly possible… days, weeks, months?
    If these perverse men had the power to do so….they’d torture, torment, and inflict the most excruciating, horrendous, physical, and mental pain to their fellow man for eternity.
    These vicious evil men would get pleasure from their victims screams, ignoring their pleas as they begged to die…Never allowing them rest..never ever…for eternity.
    Eternal Conscious torment/torture in hell… thankfully, men do not have the power to actually torture humans for eternity.

    I can’t think of any crime that would justify eternal conscious torture.
    It’s a horrible ideology to believe, that God, who is also called Love, and is all knowing, would create a person to be tortured for eternity.
    Thankfully we humans aren’t eternal beings outside of God.
    God is the only eternal being.
    He offered us eternity with him, through Christ. There is no eternity without him, just death.
    “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”

    God didn’t tell Adam, that he’d be cast into eternal conscious torment in hell.
    He was told he would die, return to dust/nothing, cease to exist, as if he never was.
    God told Adam “…For dust you are, And to dust you shall return.”
    Death ceases to exist when it’s cast into the lake of fire. Whatever is cast into the lake of fire ceases to exist, as if it never was.
    “And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death.”
    DEATH and HELL will be cast into the lake of fire. Hell will cease to exist… Not eternal.

    Would/could you put your own child into prison for just 10 years to be brutalized and tormented… even if your child chose to go…but you had the power to destroy the prison, would you allow your baby to be tortured for 10 years?
    Are you more merciful and compassionate than God… do you love your child more than He loves His?

    It is written: “ As I live, says the LORD, Every knee shall bow to Me, And every tongue shall confess to God.”

  2. JC

    You are so wrong. The body dies, the soul is eternal and will be tortured for eternity because that is what that soul chose. They chose to be disobedient to God so they will get their reward.

  3. Leah

    Humans do Not have eternity, without the Eternal God. God is Eternal with or without us.
    All of our bodies perish. We all die a physical death. God gave His only begotten Son, so that we (humans) would not perish (die) but have eternal life.
    We all physically die, but we don’t have to cease to exist, spiritually die.
    Once the body, and the spirit are destroyed… what’s left to torment?
    Eternal life is a gift from God.
    We do not have it within our natural selves, nor can we earn it. It’s a gift, we either accept it or not.
    There is no eternity, “good” or “bad”, without God. There is no life at all, without God.
    Adam did not exist before God breathed life into him… therefore Adam was not eternal. Without the breath, spirit of God, Adam took his last breath and died, returning to dust… nothing.
    He died, and ceased to exist. From dust he was and to dust/nothing he returned.
    Will Adam be resurrected at the end of days to bow his knee (submit) to the Lord, and confess to God?
    Perhaps the Lord didn’t really mean EVERY knee and tongue?
    The choice we have today, is the same choice Adam had… life or death.
    I understand you disagree, but you didn’t answer the question.

  4. Derek


    Much easier to believe that you cease to exist than that The Father would condemn you to eternal punishment for turning away from him. However, to me that sounds like an intellectual insurance policy for someone who isn’t willing to ensure they are in the Grace of God, or had someone they love die outside the Grace of God.

    Just because there are some bible versus, taken by themselves that seem to refute hell doesn’t mean it is so. Anything can be taken out of context. Here are 20 or so versus that very much point to the reality of hell. https://www.biblestudytools.com/topical-verses/hell-bible-verses/

    You were created in the image and likeness of God. Do you think that means your body or your spirit? The being of God is eternal, although come to earth in flesh and blood, Pretty sure that being made in the image and likeness isn’t talking about the body of Jesus. Would God destroy your soul which he created good? Or leave you to make a choice to live eternally with or without Him through your freewill (part of being made in his image).

    I pray that you receive healing and wisdom.


  5. Jesse Terrell

    In Mark chapter 9 Jesus explains what happens to the lost when they are cast into hell, Where “their worm does not die, and the fire is not quenched”. Jesus says that phrase 3 times. Amazingly, the worms crawl through your body—forever…and the fire never burns out, but burns you forever. How can that be? I do not know…and I DO NOT WANT TO FIND OUT. Most people going to hell don’t want to believe in it. They hope it will somehow just go away. It will not.

  6. Leah


    For the sake of space, I chose a few versus to support my belief.
    I did not say hell doesn’t exist.
    I said, in so many words, that eternal conscious torment in hell, is not biblical, and that humans are not eternal.

    God is the only being that has no mother or father….No beginning and no end.
    He is the only eternal being. All other beings have a parent, and/or creator.
    All created beings have a beginning.. therefore not eternal.
    Adam did not exist until He was created… therefore, Adam was not eternal, nor are his descendants.
    We have free will, the ability to weigh, measure and choose..like God.
    God gave His only Begotten Son, so that we could choose to have everlasting life with him, or perish/die without him.
    Adam chose death, could not eat of the tree of life anymore (daily bread), and he died..returning to nothing/dust, ceased to exist, no longer a living being.
    Everlasting life is a gift from God.

    “ Would God destroy your soul which he created good?” God created my soul to live with Him… I die without Him.
    “It just is what it is”… like oxygen is essential for physical life, without it we die.
    The Holy Spirit is essential for spiritual life, without Him we die.

    “ Much easier to believe that you cease to exist than that The Father would condemn you to eternal punishment for turning away from him.”
    It doesn’t matter how I feel, or what I think of what God may or may not do, my beliefs are formed by the written word of God, the Bible. I test everything I hear, feel, think, or see with His Word.

    To you, my scripturally sound belief, that God is the only eternal being, sounds like an “intellectual insurance policy for someone who isn’t willing to ensure they are in the Grace of God“..
    Perhaps it is your ear that’s off?
    How does one “ensure” they are in the grace of God exactly?
    All the assurance I need, is the unbreakable blood covenant
    that I am in with God, through Christ Jesus…the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
    I am no longer a descendant of Adam,
    I am a descendant of Jesus Christ, the only Begotten Son of God. My lineage can be found in the gospel of Matthew, and Luke.
    I’m His to do with as He sees fit.

    I thank you for your prayers.
    I will do the same for you.

  7. Hello Everyone,
    I’m reading the comments here and realize there is a LOT of misunderstanding about death, resurrection, and eternity.

    Regarding humankind…we are tripartite creatures – body, spirit, and soul. When God made man in Genesis 2, God took the dust of the earth and formed the man. Mankind would have lived forever had the man and woman not sinned. But they did sin so our bodies became subject to death. When God created man, He breathed into the man. God’s Spirit, His Breath, is most definitely eternal and so the spirit of human beings is eternal from conception. The combination of the God’s Spirit breathing into the man’s body is the soul. We are told that only God can destroy both soul and body in hell.

    All people, regardless of whether they believe in Jesus or not WILL be given a resurrected body (which can exist eternally) after Jesus’ thousand year reign is completed. The resurrected body AND the spirit of every person who has ever lived (which never ceased to exist even when each person dies) will spend eternity either in heaven with the Lord or apart from Him in the lake of fire. The joys of heaven will be real. The torments of the lake of fire will also be real.

    God’s desire is for all people to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the Truth (the Truth being His Son). The torment of the lake of fire is not God’s desire for anyone. It WILL BE, however, what some people will receive because they did not put their trust in Jesus. In other words, they will get what they wanted all along. They wanted to have nothing to do with God throughout their life, so in the end, throughout eternity THEIR will be granted to them.

    As far as what the eternal torment will be, I do not know what it will be for each lost soul. I do know this, being separated from God for eternity will be enough torment for anyone. These people do not realize it, but regardless of how good or bad their lives may have been on earth, they were never separated from God’s love. He was always near them whether they knew it or not, whether they acknowledged God or not. This will not be the case in the lake of fire. There, they will be eternally separated from God who is perfect love. This will be torment enough, but it is probably not all these poor people will receive.

    It is for this reason that everyone who believes in Jesus is to pray for the lost and, when the opportunities arise, bear witness to others of Jesus – your love for him and faith in him.

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