And, as he hurried by, I recognised him as a man whom I had often heard say on earth that hell would not be hell to him so long as he and his boon companions were together.
What great record is yours, and were Hell a reality how many souls would we find wreathed with your poisonous blossoms.
"My present opinion is that hell is a pocket edition of Chicago."
Of evenings the gambling hells were a glare of light, and music, both vocal and instrumental, floated out upon the streets to tempt the miners to enter, while away an hour, and incidentally part with their well-earned dust.
They all remained quiet, until McHenry, with an oath, blurted out: "What the hell's the good of all this bloody silence?
Hell was the basis of religious thinking in A.D. 1800, and the hangman was at the back of the law; in 1900 both Hell and the hangman seemed on the verge of extinction.
Obs.--In the Word, by the devil is understood that hell which is to the back, and in which are the most wicked, called evil genii; and by satan, that hell in which dwell those who are not so wicked, who are called evil spirits, H. and H., 544.
All who are in hell are in the connubial connection of what is evil and false, and all who are in heaven are in the marriage of good and truth; and as the connubial connection of what is evil and false is also adultery, as was shewn just above, n. 427, 428, hell is also that connubial connection.
This celebrated divine could always draw a white audience, except on the days when his no less distinguished white rival in the field of sensationalism preached his equally famous sermon to prove that hell was exactly one half mile, linear measure, from the city limits of Wellington.
Viewing the book as a "practice" instead of an object is a pretty radical notion, and it begs the question: just what the hell is a book?
His hell was already a desert without her.
And art--what the hell was art all about?
The back pain hell was a clear warning not to repeat his old patterns.
15:11 Hell and destruction are before the LORD: how much more then the hearts of the children of men?
Dante's Hell, Purgatory, Paradise, are a symbol withal, an emblematic representation of his Belief about this Universe:--some Critic in a future age, like those Scandinavian ones the other day, who has ceased altogether to think as Dante did, may find this too all an "Allegory," perhaps an idle Allegory!
In a word, Hell is the temple of anguish and despair, while the kingdom of God is the temple of peace and happiness.
But when they were come quite close and the glare was on their faces, and they saw the gates already divide and prepare to open outwards, they said: 'Hell is a terrible city, and she is tired of cities;' then suddenly they dropped her by the side of the road, and wheeled and flew away.
Unable to shake off his admirer, Trooper Herbert Hawker, Dam had just passed the Main Guard and main gates in the company of Herbert, and the two recruits had encountered the Adjutant and saluted with the utmost smartness and respect.... "What the Purple Hell's that thing?"
"Who the hell is Boko?"
Hell is the state of sin and all that goes with it--the fiery hell of the spirit.
Now is Belphegor, an incarnate devil, Come to the earth to seek him out a dame: Hell be my speed!
The gods abhor the company of men; Hell is on earth; yea, hell itself is heaven Compar'd with earth.
The fear o' hell's a hangman's whip, To haud the wretch in order; But where ye feel your honour grip, Let that aye be your border; Its slightest touches, instant pause;-- Debar a' side-pretences; And resolutely keep its laws, Uncaring consequences.
"O' course I did; but damn it, I'm hungrier then I wus afore--whut the hell's the use?"
The hell in Duane's mind was not fear of man or fear of death.