Ex-Christian: I don’t fear hell anymore!

I read a lot of atheists’ posts (testimonies) and they all have a similar experience. I will tell you about two most scary verses in the bible, if you are an unbeliever. The first says “A man who remains stiff-necked after many rebukes will suddenly be destroyed—without remedy.” (Proverbs 29:1). The second one refers to a conscience that is seared as with a hot iron (see 1 Timothy 4:2).

You know what worries me whenever I hear an atheist say “I don’t have fear of hell anymore”, or “I don’t have doubts about my deconversion anymore”, is the fact they don’t realise that they have played themselves out of God’s ‘reach’. Maybe you have never heared this, but there are people that God reject (or cease to chase after) for eternity even when they are still living. That’s what we hear on Proberbs 29:1. Reality is when you insist to continually reject God then you silence your conscience until it can’t work anymore, and no man can be saved without an awakened conscience (see Romans 2:15, Galatians 3:24). Unfortunately this silencing of the conscience is celebrated in atheist circles as victory, and it’s used as proof that God doesn’t exist or the fact that hell doesn’t have any bearing on them anymore. But they don’t understand that there are many criminals who don’t have fear of jail which makes them commit crimes without fear, yet in the end they end up in the same place they have no fear of. Don’t be like that!

Do not go beyond the limits of God’s tolerable rebellion or atheism. That has eternal consequences that can’t be reversed, even in this world.


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