Hell and destruction are never full; so the eyes of man are never satisfied.(Proverbs 27:20) KJV
The Psalms let us know that hell is never full. The only way for a vessel to never be full is if it’s expanding. That’s an implication, for sure, but once you let the logic of it wander around your mind for a minute you’ll see that it is consistent with our premise.
Here is one of the beautiful poetic phrases of the Bible which just happens to be expressing a physics concept. If a vessel has open space inside it which is greater than the total amount of physical matter available, then even if all the matter available is added to the space it will never be full.
The P-wave Shadow Zone is seismological evidence for the great gulf that Jesus described in the parable of the rich man and Lazarus.
If hell is at the center of the Earth and it’s expanding, and there’s enough room for it to continue expanding such that it will never be full, then there must be open space inside the Earth. That’s exactly what we find from seismological data.
Scriptural References to Hell Expanding
|1||Consume the Earth with Her Increase||Deuteronomy 32:22|
|2||The Earth Melted||Psalms 46:6|
|3||Hell and Destruction are Never Full||Proverbs 27:20|
|4||Hell hath Enlarged Herself||Isaiah 5:14|
|5||Hell From Beneath is Moved for Thee||Isaiah 14:9|
|6||Who Enlarges his Desire as Hell||Habakkuk 2:5|
|7||It Devoured the Great Deep||Amos 7:4|
|1||There is a Great Gulf Fixed||Luke 16:19-31|
|2||Sets on Fire the Course of Nature||James 3:6|
The first reference to hell in the Bible is also the passage that tells us that hell had a beginning. It tells us that the expansion of hell is melting the Earth from the inside out.