Which? Were?

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An unsaved person is one who is in his sins, out of Christ, on the road to the lake of fire, ready for it, and deserving it.
A saved person is one who is out of his sins, in Christ, on the road to glory, and ready for it, though utterly undeserving of it.
Friend, which are you?
The saved are destined to spend an eternity with Jesus, the saints of God, and the angels, in the wonderful realms of ever-unfolding glory.
The unsaved are destined to spend an eternity with the devil, the demons, and the damned, in the fathomless depths of the lake of fire—there to be the everlasting food of the undying worm, and inextinguishable fuel for the quenchless flames of that awful place.