THEY WILL ALL DIE
If you knew that a person had a fatal disease that they were unaware of, and, if you knew that there was a cure for that disease,
and, if you didn't tell them... are you guilty of their death?
If you knew that an earthquake would likely happen to an area in the next six months, and, if you were able to inform the citizens of that area, and, you decided not to... if the earthquake comes, are you guilty of their deaths?
"When I say unto the wicked, O wicked man, thou shalt surely die, and thou dost not speak to warn the wicked from his way; that wicked man shall die in his iniquity, but his blood will I require at thy hand." Ezekiel 33:8
But what if they don't believe you? What will you do?
But what if they refuse to listen? What should you do?
But what if they don't believe in God?
Is it you job to convince them?
The hardest thing about being a Christian is possessing the awful knowledge of God's coming judgment, and knowing that no one wants to hear it. What is a Christian to do?
No one believes that they are a sinner, or even if they do admit this, no one believes that their sins are bad enough to send them to Hell. "I never killed anyone", will be the most heard refrain in the infernal regions.
No one fears God. Indeed if He is a God of Love, as Christians portray Him, how can one both fear Him and love Him at the same time. The dilemma: how can God be both loving and just. How can He condemn the guilty and pardon them at the same time?
No one reads the Bible anymore. Truthfully, no one really thinks about God very much anymore either. And certainly no one wants to hear some misguided Christian telling them about the gospel.
No one believes in Hell. No one believes in demons.
No one believes in Satan. But Jesus did.
What can be done? What should be done?