Their condition after casting off the mortal body is spoken of in these expressive words: “Fire that shall not be quenched” (Mark 9:45-46), “fire unquenchable” (Luke 3:17), “the worm that never dies,” the “bottomless pit” (Rev. 9:1), “the smoke of their torment ascending up for ever and ever” (Rev. 14:10-11).
See: the curse of DEATH—the first death and the seond death
Before you finish reading this description, one individual will have ended their life by suicide—because they think they have no other choice, and they probably mistakenly assume they will simply cease to exist.
According to the World Health Organization, a massive 800,000 people take their lives every year—one death every 40 seconds. That’s over 2,000 a day. This fits perfectly into the plans of the Enemy of mankind.
For millions who suffer from depression and despair or fear of living, “EXIT” points to a better way. This compelling movie shines a powerful light in the darkness and offers true hope to those who think they have none.
Someone you know may be secretly considering their exit.
At death, do people just wink out and simply cease to exist? Certainly not. The human soul is an eternal. The idea that the “second death” (Rev. 20:14) is, in the case of the wicked, their absolute destruction, their annihilation, has not the slightest support from Scripture, which always represents their future as one of conscious suffering—enduring forever.
The supposition that God will ultimately secure the repentance and restoration of allsinners is equally unscriptural. There is not the slightest trace in all the Scriptures of any such restoration. Sufferings of themselves have no tendency to purify the soul from sin or impart spiritual life.