And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death.
What is really meant here is that death and Hades (or Sheol) were thrown into the lake of fire. Many claim that the lake of fire is some kind of “eternal hell” where the unsaved people will suffer for eternity. But on the other hand, one needs to bear in mind that the Book of Revelation is full of symbols. Since death and Hades, which obviously aren’t living beings, were cast into the lake of fire, it is quite logical to conclude that the lake of fire represents eternal destruction. From then on, there will be no more death and neither will anyone end up in Hades.
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