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The Tidings of the Resurrection (Author: [unknown])

section 39

Then also He will bestow rewards on the righteous and inflict punishments on the undevout. For those that have no participation now in the first resurrection, that is, in the resurrection of the soul, those will all arise in the general Resurrection, and yet they will receive neither peace nor union, prosperity nor joy at the hands of the Lord; but they will be hurled from Him into the awful prison of hell, and there, for their various ill-deserts, they will endure unequal pains and punishments. And though great and vast be the heed that one may give to that pain, it is nothing in comparison to beholding the pain itself as it is.