Luke 16:24
And he cried and said, Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus, that he may dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame….Dake Notes on Luke 16:24

a [flame] Ten sources of torment to the lost:

Remorse and despair in seeing the righteous and godly whom they have despised now clothed in glory, immortality, eternal life, and all the bliss of God (Lk. 16:23)

Abhorrence of the very evil that they know has damned their souls and put them in torment (Lk. 16:25)

Eternal desire for the good that would have freed from torment (Lk. 16:25)

Memory of lost opportunities in life that could have caused them to be with the redeemed (Lk. 16:25)

Regret over deeds committed and which can never be recalled (Lk. 16:25)

Absolute hopelessness of escape from eternal misery or alleviation from the least degree of suffering (Lk. 16:26)

Eternal separation from loved ones or from the redeemed which they can see beyond an impassable gulf (Lk. 16:23-26)

Regret over their bad example in life that has caused friends and loved ones to be damned (Lk. 16:27-31)

Ever deepening remorse for not listening to the Word of God and for not spending their time, talents, and money to propagate it, so that many others could escape torment (Lk. 16:29-31)

Last, fire and brimstone (Lk. 16:23-31 Mt. 25:41,46; Rev. 14:9-11; 20:11-15; 21:8; Isa. 66:22-24)

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