When once a man is damned, he may bid adieu to all pleasures.
Oh! Who knows the power of God’s wrath? None but damned ones.
Sinners’ company are the devil and his angels, tormented in everlasting fire with a curse.
Hell would be a kind of paradise if it were not worse than the worst of this world. As different as grief is from joy, as torment from rest, as terror from peace; so different is the state of sinners from that of saints in the world to come.
John Bunyan (1628 – 1688)