Where the worm dies not and the fire is not quenched (RESH)

RESH is the 20th Hebrew letter standing for wickedness and the wicked. All of the letters that come before Resh describe the person of God in His Creation, Redemption, and teaching of Truth. They have stood as guides to His Saints showing them how to be a blessing to others and how to reflect the attributes of God in this earth eagerly awaiting being eternally n the Lord's presence. However the end of this alphabetic design and pattern is seen in this letter reflecting someone who through unrepentance willfully and intentionally turns away from God. Some of them are even responsible for subverting a sinner who has not made up his mind on the truth of God persuading him into unbelief and damnation.

The Lord in His foreknowledge of all things allowed Satan to attempt to exalt himself above the throne of God also allowing angels to rebel with him, giving subsequent mankind the free-will to disobey the Word of God. Through God's mercy, provision was made for our salvation in His Son"Unless ye believe that I am He ,ye shall die in your sins" (John 8:24) The choice is up to us, to either turn towards God in His Truth found in His Messiah, or to willfully be damned to the everlasting lake of fire preserved for the devil and his angels and all those whose names are not found in the Lambs book of Life (Isaiah 22:24, Rev 20).

Where the worm dies not and the fire is not quenched