Is Hell Just...

Pastor Robbey's sermon emphasizes the reality of heaven and hell through the story of Lazarus and the Rich Man from Luke 16. He stresses the importance of repentance, faith in Jesus Christ, and the urgency of accepting salvation. The sermon highlights that all individuals, including the rich man, deserve hell because of sin and the need for a Savior. Robbey encourages listeners to share the gospel and make a commitment to follow Christ.


Why is it important to understand the story of Lazarus and the Rich Man as a true story rather than a fairy tale?
Context: Pastor Robbey emphasized the importance of understanding the truth of this story as the basis for understanding the reality of heaven and hell.
Application Question: How does recognizing this story as a genuine event challenge your perspective on the afterlife and eternity?

What evidence does Pastor Robbey present to support the accuracy of the Bible?
Context: He presented the preservation of manuscripts and the fulfillment of prophecies as evidence of the accuracy of the Bible, which testifies to the existence of heaven and hell.
Application Question: How can understanding the reliability of the Bible impact your faith and trust in its teachings on salvation and eternity?

How does the story of Lazarus and the Rich Man challenge the idea that good deeds can outweigh sins and earn a person salvation?
Context: The stark contrast between the lives of Lazarus and the rich man emphasizes that sin is the true separator between heaven and hell, not one's outward prosperity.
Application Question: Have you ever relied on good deeds to make up for your sins? How does this story change that mindset?

Based on the sermon, why do all people, including Pastor Robbey, deserve hell?
Context: Robbey argued that all individuals deserve hell because they have sinned against God and failed to love Him with all their heart, soul, and strength.
Application Question: In what ways do you struggle to love God as you should? How can acknowledging your own sinfulness lead you to seek a closer relationship with Christ?

How can we apply the concept of 'Whose Your One' to our own lives?
Context: Robbey urged people to bring the names of their loved ones, known as their 'ones,' who they are praying for.
Application Question: Who is the 'one' in your life that you can pray for and share the gospel with? In what ways can you intentionally pursue this relationship in order to share Christ's love?


  • Ask God to help you apply the truth of heaven and hell to your life this week.
  • Pray for a heart of repentance and turning away from sin.
  • Seek God's guidance in sharing the gospel with others.
  • Ask for God's strength to resist the self-serving mindset of comparing yourself to others.

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