Imagine all the depths of hell
Spurgeon, "THE SYMPATHY OF THE TWO WORLDS"
You and I can never imagine all the depths of hell.
Shut out from us by a black veil of darkness, we cannot
tell the horrors of that dismal dungeon of lost souls.
Happily, the wailings of the damned have never startled us,
for a thousand tempests were but a maidens whisper,
compared with one wail of a damned spirit.
It is not possible for us to see the tortures of those souls who
dwell eternally within an anguish that knows no alleviation.
These eyes would become sightless balls of darkness
if they were permitted for an instant to look into
that ghastly shrine of torment.
Hell is horrible, for we may say of it- eye has not seen, nor ear
heard, neither has it entered into the heart of man to conceive
the horrors which God has prepared for them that hate him.