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Imagine a murderer, drunkard or drug addict desperately searching for another fix, another injection, or another pill. Never going cold turkey, never losing the urge, but never realising that there are absolutely no drugs in this Domain. Imagine ending up in Hell.
If for a moment one thinks that at some point the torment that is hell will be over for these lost souls, it is not. There is no rest in hell; Satan clarifies that when he says: “Forever, do you know how long forever is…and if your human intelligence could even fathom how long forever is, you would not have imagined a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of forever. Because just when you think FOREVER is over, it starts all over again.” And for Pastor Allgood, FOREVER is too timeless to spend in this place.
Amidst the torment, there is a ray of hope that shines through the story, that maybe, just maybe, Pastor Allgood needs to go through this. If not for himself, then for that man, woman, or child, standing on the threshold of good or evil, right or wrong, life or death. Maybe Pastor Allgood’s story is a lesson in life, but more so a lesson in eternity. Tell Hell I ain’t coming is a thought provoking, frightening, yet a powerful stage play not to be missed.