All mankind fall short of the glory of God and according to what the Bible says God's judgment day will be for 1000 yrs! The scriptures speak of a 1000 year riegn of Christ, this will take place after the battle of Armageddon! Revelation 7:9,14 says an unknown number of people will survive the great tribulation of Armageddon. Acts 24:15 says about those that have fallen asleep in death will be resurrection, both the righteous and the unrighteous, so does John 5:28-29 but at John it says the unrighteous for judgment but the righteous to life. Christendom's clergy says than when an unrighteous dies they go to to hell to burn forever! Is that something the scriptures back up especially when the Bible uses Gehenna as a place the wicked end up? Gehenna appears 12 times in the Christian Greek Scriptures, and whereas many translators take the liberty to render it by the word “hell,” a number of modern translations transliterate the word from the Greek geʹen·na.—Mt 5:22, Ro, Mo, ED, NW, BC (Spanish), NC (Spanish),
Some commentators endeavor to link such fiery characteristic of Gehenna with the burning of human sacrifices that was carried on prior to Josiah’s reign and, on this basis, hold that Gehenna was used by Jesus as a symbol of everlasting torment. However, since Jehovah God expressed repugnance for such practice, saying that it was “a thing that I had not commanded and that had not come up into my heart” (Jer 7:31; 32:35), it seems most unlikely that God’s Son, in discussing divine judgment, would make such idolatrous practice the basis for the symbolic meaning of Gehenna.
It is evident that Jesus used Gehenna as representative of utter destruction resulting from adverse judgment by God, hence with no resurrection to life as a soul being possible. (Mt 10:28; Lu 12:4, 5) The scribes and Pharisees as a wicked class were denounced as ‘subjects for Gehenna.’ (Mt 23:13-15, 33) To avoid such destruction, Jesus’ followers were to get rid of anything causing spiritual stumbling, the ‘cutting off of a hand or foot’ and the ‘tearing out of an eye’ figuratively representing their deadening of these body members with reference to sin.—Mt 18:9; Mr 9:43-47; Col 3:5; compare Mt 5:27-30.
Jesus also apparently alluded to Isaiah 66:24 in describing Gehenna as a place “where their maggot does not die and the fire is not put out.” (Mr 9:47, 48) That the symbolic picture here is not one of torture but, rather, of complete destruction is evident from the fact that the Isaiah text dealt, not with persons who were alive, but with “the carcasses of the men that were transgressing” against God. If, as the available evidence indicates, the Valley of Hinnom was a place for the disposal of garbage and carcasses, fire, perhaps increased in intensity by the addition of sulfur (compare Isa 30:33), would be the only suitable means to eliminate such refuse. Where the fire did not reach, worms, or maggots, would breed, consuming anything not destroyed by the fire. On this basis, Jesus’ words would mean that the destructive effect of God’s adverse judgment would not cease until complete destruction was attained.
The disciple James’ use of the word “Gehenna” shows that an unruly tongue is itself a world of unrighteousness and that one’s whole round of living can be affected by fiery words that defile the speaker’s body. The tongue of such a one, “full of death-dealing poison” and so giving evidence of a bad heart condition, can cause the user to be sentenced by God to go to the symbolic Gehenna.—Jas 3:6, 8; compare Mt 12:37; Ps 5:9; 140:3; Ro 3:13.
The Biblical use of Gehenna as a symbol corresponds to that of “the lake of fire” in the book of Revelation.—Re 20:14, 15;
Since the Bible says even the unrighteous will be resurrected does it make sense that God would take the unrighteous out of hell, resurrect them and then send them back to hell? Rom 6:7 says) For the one who has died has been acquitted from his sin.
Some Bibles say frees, freed or justified, all mean our sins will not be held against us after we pay the price for sin which is death! Does that mean we can act in any manner while alive, we should pay attention to what the scriptures say, (Romans 2:14, 15) For when people of the nations, who do not have law, do by nature the things of the law, these people, although not having law, are a law to themselves. 15 They are the very ones who demonstrate the matter of the law to be written in their hearts, while their conscience is bearing witness with them, and by their own thoughts they are being accused or even excused.
Notice that it says accused or even excused, so our action while living do have an effect on our outcome, there's no free ride and knowledge makes us accountable for our actions, notice it says those that are not under law!
Consider this (2 Timothy 4:3-4) 3 For there will be a period of time when they will not put up with the wholesome teaching, but according to their own desires, they will surround themselves with teachers to have their ears tickled. 4 They will turn away from listening to the truth and give attention to false stories.
Because of this ( 2 Timothy 4:2) Preach the word; be at it urgently in favorable times and difficult times; reprove, reprimand, exhort, with all patience and art of teaching.
Preaching the good news about God's Kingdom is a direct quote in scripture at 2 Tim 4:2 and Matt 24:14) And this good news of the Kingdom will be preached in all the inhabited earth for a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.
There's only one faith that is doing this, the churches of Christendom open their doors but people have to come to them and in 100% of the time 2 Timothy 4:3-4 proves to be true, they are taught pagan customs and festivals, traditions of men and false stories!