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HELL AT GROUND ZERO


Jerry Sillcocks is a New York firefighter and a Christian who helped search for survivors at “ground zero.” He writes that he and his co-workers called this place the “pit.”

“Almost everywhere I looked, mighty columns of steel were twisted into sad, pointless sculptures, towering over the tragic scene as we worked to find survivors. Gray smoke was everywhere.

I’m no theologian—I’m a New York firefighter—but I can’t imagine Hell being much worse than the ‘pit'.”

“I have no idea what Hell is truly like” Jerry writes, “But I’ve seen a place so bad that I want to do everything I can to make sure my friends, family, and neighbors know Jesus and will spend eternity with Him.”

And this is the job that all of us are called to do!


SOURCE: Kenneth Sauer.

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