Burning In Hell Quotes

Burning In Hell Quotes by John Wesley, Henry Miller, Mohammad Khatami, Ann Coulter, George Carlin, Karen Marie Moning and many others.

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Is it not common to say to a child, ‘Put your finger in that candle, can you bear it even for one minute?’ How then will you bear Hell-fire? Surely it would be torment enough to have the flesh burnt off from only one finger; what then will it be to have the whole body plunged into a lake of fire, burning with brimstone?
John Wesley
All my Calvaries were rosy crucifixions, pseudo-tragedies to keep the fires of hell burning brightly for the real sinners who are in danger of being forgotten.
Henry Miller
If the invaders reach Iran, the country will turn into a burning hell for them.
Mohammad Khatami
I defy any of my coreligionists to tell me they do not laugh at the idea of Dawkins burning in hell.
Ann Coulter
So, have a little fun. Soon enough you’ll be dead and burning in Hell with the rest of your family.
George Carlin
The entire time I’m burning in Hell, I’ll regret each tear I made you weep. But if Hell were the price for twenty days with you, I’d condemn myself again and again. – Cian MacKeltar
Karen Marie Moning
I sold my soul to the devil. I’m going to hell. I’m headed to hell. I want the money, the women, the fortune, and the fame. That Means I’ll end up burning in hell scorching in flames. Satan’ll be in to see me later to see if I’m interested in being partners. Devil worshippin’, Satan music.
In hell there is no other punishment than to begin over and over again the tasks left unfinished in your lifetime.
Andre Gide
I am not like
other people.
I am
burning in hell. The hell of
Charles Bukowski
Represent to yourself a dark city all burning and stinking with fire and brimstone. The damned are in the depth of hell within this woful city, where they suffer unspeakable torments in all their senses and members. Consider above all the eternity of their pains, which above all things makes hell intolerable.
Saint Francis de Sales
All the tears of a penitent sinner, should he shed as many as there have fallen drops of rain, since the creation, to this day, cannot wash away one sin. The everLasting burnings in hell, cannot purify the flaming conscience, from the least sin.
John Flavel