The word eternity conscientiously keeps troubling my mind and challenges me to explore every biblical avenue to find a more profound way to express the true meaning and description of this word in both perceptions. It is defined as a place of eternal rest for the righteous and a place of eternal punishment for the unrighteous.
It is a choice that is given to each of us by God, and we have this glorious opportunity to select our eternal destination. With heaven being the best of the two choices and hell being the worst, it would be extremely wise to understand the nature of each destination and its provisions for those who choose to spend their life there forever.
Jesus loves you so much until he is destined to make sure that you have heard the gospel. He has sent his Son, Jesus Christ, to die for your sins and has authorized preachers, missionaries, evangelists, and numerous servants to spread the good news of salvation, making it possible for all who believe to be saved.
I wish I could describe exactly what heaven looks like and the joy, comfort, and peace that it brings, but God knows that I cannot comprehend, visualize, or envision all the beauty that it entails for those who truly love him.
Hell is a place where there is no preparation required, and it welcomes all who choose to sell their soul to the devil for a few moments of worldly pleasure. Just follow those who are intoxicated, addicted, and laden with sin. The wages of sin is eternal death, but the gift of God is eternal life. Hell is described as a bottomless pit where fire burns continually, and all who reject Jesus Christ will be tormented both day and night throughout eternity.