Some say, "I know I will go to hell." Let it be known that those people are probably right, because Jesus said the majority of people will be in hell (Matthew 7:13-14). I wish every person reading this material could go to heaven, but sadly, I know that will not happen. But, people don't have to go to hell; they will do so because they chose not to do what God said (Matt. 7:21, Acts 10:34-35). For those who know they are going to hell, I suggest they start getting in some practice. Hell is forever, and it involves pain, so rather than wish the pain of a smashed finger to go away, one should make that pain last as long as possible. Such will not equal eternity, but at least it will be some kind of practice. Next time you get burnt by fire, don't jerk your body away from the flame; try to hold your body in the fire as long as possible. Even that will not match eternity, but at least it will be some kind of practice. Don't stay away from the scum of the earth. I'm talking about rapists, child molesters, wife beaters, robbers, Hitler types, etc. Make friends with such people and hang out with them, because they will be your neighbors in hell (1 Corinthians 6:9-10, Galatians 5:19-21, Revelation 21:7-8). Start getting used to darkness and weeping, try to cry as much as possible. Start walking down dark deserted streets at night, so you will have had some practice upon your entrance into hell (Matt. 13:41-42, Matt. 25:30). Don't be afraid of the Devil, he will be in hell and he won't be in charge. Satan will be burning like everyone else (Rev. 20:10). So, if one know he is going to hell, I suggest that person go into training for it, because eternity has no end.
Hope to hear from you or to see you at the services.