Never let us speak of the doom of the wicked harshly, flippantly, or without holy grief. The loss of Heaven and the endurance of Hell must always be themes for tears. That men should live without Christ is grief enough. But that they should die without Christ is an overwhelming horror, which should grind our hearts to powder before God and make us fall on our faces and cry, "O God, have mercy on them and save them, for thy grace and love's sake." The deepest tenderness, it may be, some of us have yet to learn.