Consumed in the Lake of Fire Hey: I posted a question back when I was new...I wanted to know, if heaven is all good then what was I going to feel for the bad people that I love who don't make it? Finally, I got an answer this morning...on the TV program that I watch (I never wake up in time to catch the name of it or the preacher's name). He said that it didn't matter! In heaven, the righteous will rejoice and dance in the glory of God. They won't worry about the loved ones that are left behind. And they certainly won't care about those that they might have loved who were sent in the other direction. In fact, he said, when a person is sent to the flames below, they're sent away from God - the worst experience imagineable. God has sent them to be consumed by the flames in the lake of fire. So, God makes it as if that person has never existed at all. In heaven, he said, we'll have no memory or recollection of that person, because they're sent away from God, into the lake, and God makes it so that they never existed in the first place. In heaven, we'll have no pain or suffering, not even remembering those that didn't make it. So...I guess that makes me feel a little better. Anybody else got ideas on this? Thanks!