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  One Night in Hell A Poem

by | Oct 18, 2014 | Poems, Salvation

I dreamed I was a sinner, 

Still lost and so undone.

I had never accepted Jesus Christ,

God’s one and only Son.

He sent me to the pits of hell,

Miles beneath this earthly sod,

And I came face to face with Satan

As he cursed and blasphemed God.

He looked just like a giant snake,

But with horns and fiery eyes.

I’d say he was about twelve feet tall,

Like a Dragon in width and size.

There was weeping and gnashing of teeth,

Just like the Scriptures said.

There was an empty feeling of hopelessness,

All among the spirit dead.

Then I looked into the distance

And I saw this giant fiery pit

Where Satan’s demons were picking up souls

And hurling them straight into it.

There was screaming with moaning and groaning

Like I’ve never heard before,

With different degrees of torture

Down each of hell’s corridors.

I cried, “O, Lord, what have I done

To deserve such a horrible fate?

Please forgive me, Lord, and take me out

Of this terrible, torturous, place.”

Then, I awoke in a cold clammy sweat

From this nightmare; this terrible dream.

But, I know I was sent as a witness,

To warn the lost of what I had seen.

So, if you don’t know out sweet Savior

And your soul is still lost and undone,

Please don’t put it off any longer ..

Give your heart and soul to God’s son.

Rev. 20:15
And whosever was not found

In the book of life

Was cast into the lake of fire.

© 2008 by Vickie Lambdin


Poetry by Vickie Lambdin Treasured Thoughts This poem may be used in its entirety, with credits in tact, for non-profit ministering purposes.