(This is a continuation of a letter to the editor from the April 25, 2014 edition.)
The young man sees a lake of fire with no end in site. He cringes from the unbearable heat that he feels from the lake. He is not willing to go into the lake, but an unseen force pushes him in that direction. Reluctantly he walks into the lake of fire.
He keeps walking until the lake of fire is up to his neck. It burns him. It causes him to have unbearable pain. He cries out in agony! He screams and hollers!
He screams out, “Why did I let this happen? Why?” He screams as loud as he can. And then, and then, and then he bolts up to a sitting position in bed while he is screaming. He is now wide awake. He and his bed are drenched in cold sweat.
He moves quickly off the bed and comes around to the foot of the bed. He lowers himself down to a kneeling position. He begins to pray and soon he begins to weep. Praying and weeping. Praying and weeping.