emphasis If you say that a place or a situation is hell on earth or a hell on earth, you are emphasizing that it is extremely unpleasant or that it causes great suffering. She believed she would die in the snake-infested sand dunes. She said: `It was hell on earth'. = living hell
To play hell with something means to have a bad effect on it or cause great confusion. In British English, you can also say that one person or thing plays merry hell with another. Lord Beaverbrook, to put it bluntly, played hell with the war policy of the R.A.F
emphasis If you say that you will do something come hell or high water, you are emphasizing that you are determined to do it, in spite of the difficulties involved. I've always managed to get into work come hell or high water
emphasis If you say that someone can go to hell, you are emphasizing angrily that you do not care about them and that they will not stop you doing what you want. Peter can go to hell. It's my money and I'll leave it to who I want
Hell is the future place of eternal punishment of the damned including the devil and his fallen angels There are several words rendered as Hell: Hades - A Greek word It is the place of the dead, the location of the person between death and resurrection (See Matt 11: 23; 16: 18; Acts 11: 27; 1 Cor 15: 55; Rev 1: 18; 6: 8) Gehenna - A Greek word It was the place where dead bodies were dumped and burned (2 Kings 23: 13-14) Jesus used the word to designate the place of eternal torment (Matt 5: 22,29,30; Mark 9: 43; Luke 12: 5) Sheol - A Hebrew word It is the place of the dead, not necessarily the grave, but the place the dead go to It is used of both the righteous (Psalm 16: 10; 30: 3; Isaiah 38: 10) and the wicked (Num 16: 33; Job 24: 19; Psalm 9: 17) Hell is a place of eternal fire (Matt 25: 41; Rev 19: 20) It was prepared for the devil and his angels (Matt 25: 41) and will be the abode of the wicked (Rev 22: 8) and the fallen angels (2 Pet 2: 4)
(Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment; "Hurl'd headlong To bottomless perdition, there to dwell"- John Milton; "a demon from the depths of the pit"
The real existence of hell is irrefutably taught in Scripture as both a place of the wicked dead and a condition of retribution for the unredeemed (e g , Ezek 3: 18; Dan 12: 2) The nature of hell is indicated by the repeated reference to eternal punishment (Matt 25: 46), eternal fire (18: 8, Jude 7), everlasting chains (Jude 6), the pit of the Abyss (Rev 9: 2, 11), outer darkness (Matt 8: 12), the wrath of God (Rom 2: 5), second death (Rev 21: 8), eternal destruction from the face of God (2 Thess 1: 9), and eternal sin (Mark 3: 29) Three basic ideas are associated with the concept of hell: absence of righteousness (Mark 3: 29), separation from God (John 3: 36), and judgment (Matt 8: 12; 25: 31-46)
To bottomless perdition, there to dwell"- John Milton; "a demon from the depths of the pit" a cause of difficulty and suffering; "war is hell"; "go to blazes" any place of pain and turmoil; "the hell of battle"; "the inferno of the engine room"; "when you're alone Christmas is the pits"
"In Christian theology, the eternal abode of those damned by God Souls in hell are led by Satan and deprived forever of the sight of God In legend it is a place of fire and brimstone, where the damned undergo physical torment " See full definition at Hell [E c] See also Hades In spite of the fact that great theologians have for centuries argued about just what the hell Hell [CE] is, and whether or not it exists at all, Fundies are absolutely certain that they alone have the real skinny on the subject The Fundie knows that it is the Devil working through liberal theologians who would do away with hell or claim that hell is a state of mind or a place where only those who wish to be there will reside Fundies describe hell in no uncertain terms: It is a place where people are going to fry Forever And ever Hell is the fulfillment of the the Fundie's childish revenge fantasy, a place where he resides in this life with the hope of avoiding it in another one
This word occurs eighteen times in the New Testament In nine instances the Greek word is Hades; in eight instances it is Gehenna; and in one it is Tartarus Hades: Matt xi 23, xvi 18; Luke xvi 23; Acts ii 31; 1 Cor xv 55; Rev i 18, vi 8, xx 13, 14 (See Hades ) Gehenna: Matt v 22, 29, x 28, xiii 15, xviii 9, xxiii 15, 33; James iii 6 (See Gehenna ) Tartarus: 2 Peter ii 4 (See Tartaros ) Descended into hell (Creed) means the place of the dead (Anglo-Saxon, helan, to cover or conceal, like the Greek "Hades," the abode of the dead, from the verb a-cido, not to see In both cases it means "the unseen world" or "the world concealed from sight " The god of this nether world was called "Hades" by the Greeks, and "Hel" or "Hela" by the Scandinavians In some counties of England to cover in with a roof is "to hell the building," and thatchers or tilers are termed "helliers " Lead apes in hell (See Ape )
(Rivers of) Classic authors tell us that the Inferno is encompassed by five rivers: Acheron, Cocytus, Styx, Phlegethon, and Lethe Acheron from the Greek achos-reo, grief-flowing; Cocytus, from the Greek kokuo, to weep, supposed to be a flood of tears; Styx, from the Greek stugeo, to loathe; Phlegethon, from the Greek phleo to burn; and LethÃª, from the Greek letle, oblivion Five hateful rivers round Inferno run, Grief comes the first, and then the Flood of tears, Next loathsome Styx, then liquid Flame appears, Lethe comes last, or blank oblivion E C B
Collective entities do not exist unless there are individuals that support them by allowing themselves to be manipulated by them If all of the individuals forming a collective entity were to die and ressurect within the Church, then that entity would cease to exist The collective entity has no soul It is like a parasite depending entirely on its constituents But if the individuals were to die without accepting Christ, they would still be constituents of their collective entities and they would still be under the entity's control The entity would continue to exist through the souls of the dead The fate of the individual would depend entirely on the whims of the collective entities
emphasis If you say that someone raises hell, you are emphasizing that they protest strongly and angrily about a situation in order to persuade other people to correct it or improve it. The only way to preserve democracy is to raise hell about its shortcomings
emphasis If you say that someone is going hell for leather, you are emphasizing that they are doing something or are moving very quickly and perhaps carelessly. The first horse often goes hell for leather, hits a few fences but gets away with it
a place created for Satan and his angels; a place of eternal torment Hell is a created place, but it was never intended for man to go there It is a place where unbelievers are punished for their sins on earth Jesus spoke of a man who died and was tormented in hell with flames Luke 16: 19-31
In scripture, the word hell translates the Hebrew word sheol and the Greek word hades, both of which refer to the realm of the dead Before Christ, the souls of all the dead, whether wicked or righteous, went to this realm to await the Resurrection and the Judgment In popular religion, hell refers to the place of eternal torment, which is called the Lake of Fire, Tartarus, or Gehenna in scripture According to Jesus in Matthew 25: 41, this place of eternal torment was designed for the devil and his angels, not for humans Thus humans can escape this fate through repentance, forgiveness, reconciliation, justification, and sanctification
emphasis If you say `to hell with' something, you are emphasizing that you do not care about something and that it will not stop you from doing what you want to do. To hell with this, I'm getting out of here. Abode of evildoers after death, or the state of existence of souls damned to punishment after death. Most ancient religions included the concept of a place that divided the good from the evil or the living from the dead (e.g., the gloomy subterranean realm of Hades in Greek religion, or the cold and dark underworld of Nilfheim or Hel in Norse mythology). The view that hell is the final dwelling place of the damned after a last judgment is held by Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The Jewish concept of Gehenna as an infernal region of punishment for the wicked was the basis for the Christian vision of hell as the fiery domain of Satan and his evil angels and a place of punishment for those who die without repenting of their sins. In Hinduism hell is only one stage in the career of the soul as it passes through the phases of reincarnation. The schools of Buddhism have varying conceptions of hell, usually entailing some kind of punishment or purgatory. In Jainism, hell is a purgatory in which sinners are tormented by demons until the evil of their lives has been exhausted
The place where the wicked people and the evil angels go for punishment according to Christian teachings There are various differences in belief on - IF it is a real place WHEN people go there WHERE it exists HOW LONG Hell will last See Heaven
/ˈhel əv/ /ˈhɛl əv/
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[ 'hel ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old English helan to conceal, Old High German helan, Latin celare, Greek kalyptein.
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