"Upon your death you will notice immediately that your direction is taking
you away from the light towards what appears to be complete and utter darkness.
With each passing moment the darkness becomes more intense. At first the absence of light is only annoying, but you feel it becoming more ominous and threatening.
The continuing darkness is stifling. Itís as if something is lurking in the veil of night that surrounds you. You yell, you threaten, you even plead, but
to no avail. Whatever it is just stays there, producing fear like youíve never known before.
As your eyes struggle to adjust to the dark, you become aware of a new sensation. The heat. Itís right at the edge of unbearable. Hot, searing, intolerable heat. You crave water. Youíd give anything for a drink, and try unsuccessfully to push that desire out of your mind.
The air is thick, choking, miserable; the sulfuric stench of brimstone hovers
in it everywhere causing your nostrils to burn and your eyes to tear. You become acutely aware of the absence of any good in this place. There is nothing
sacred, nothing holy, nothing of God anywhere to be found. You are amazed at how evil evil can be.
You begin to sense the great gulf that is fixed between where you are and where God is. The span is beyond comprehension as you try to realize the degree of distance that will separate you from God and those who chose to serve Him. God is on the other side of that gulf. Loved ones in Christ are on
the other side of that gulf. What a lonely and hopeless realization that you will be forever alone and in torment for all of eternity.