Christian preaching in church you will go to hell if you dont believe in holy god?

Someone else taught another scripture like this im not Christian but I was going to Adventist church and I went to another Christian church that also teaches that. I wasnt brought up by as a Christian but when I was small some people including my mom taught me some dirty christian teachings she said I HAVE TO BELIVE IN GOD READ THIS YOU HAVE TO BELIEVE IN. Some guy said they were indoctornating me using Satan and if I dont agree to join Im the devil some other guy also read some crappy scriptures, when I was small I hard really hard times in my life and thes people made my life the bottom of the dirty pits. Well its not as horrible now. I heard he said hes trying to indoctornate me using satanic rituatals. Some guy said when I was 3 or 4 if you dont act the way I want you to act I will blackmail you and do rituals to make your life a hell when I was being a good girl dad said a guy said that a guy said this and dad said I have to change my ways I dont know what he wanted me to change cause I thought I was being a perfect good girl. I kept wishing I had run away.
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Asked Nov 29, 2015
Edited Nov 29, 2015
As I was reading I didn't quite understand what ewas happening. But I noticed the question that you asked about will you go to hell if you don't believe in the house!y God. Many people teach about hellfire but what does the Bible say?

Some Bible translations use the word “hell” for the Hebrew word “Sheol” and the matching Greek word “Hades,” both of which refer to the common grave of mankind. (Psalm 16:10; Acts 2:27) Many people believe in a fiery hell, as shown in the religious artwork accompanying this article. However, the Bible teaches otherwise.

Those in hell are unconscious and so cannot feel pain. “There is no work nor devising nor knowledge nor wisdom in Sheol.”—Ecclesiastes 9:10.
Good people go to hell. The faithful men Jacob and Job expected to go there.—Genesis 37:35; Job 14:13.
Death, not torment in a fiery hell, is the penalty for sin. “He who has died has been acquitted from his sin.”—Romans 6:7.
Eternal torment would violate God’s justice. (Deuteronomy 32:4) When the first man, Adam, sinned, God told him that his punishment would simply be to pass out of existence: “Dust you are and to dust you will return.” (Genesis 3:19) God would have been lying if he were actually sending Adam to a fiery hell.
God does not even contemplate eternal torment. The idea that he would punish people in hellfire is contrary to the Bible’s teaching that “God is love.”—1 John 4:8; Jeremiah 7:31.

There is a wonderful website www.jw org. It shows what the Bible really teaches. Every scripture you can look up in your own copy of the Bible. I hope you find the time to go on there. Many people can say what the Bible teaches but it is best to always check for ourselves.
Answered Dec 16, 2015

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