Most of the sermon’s text consists of ten “considerations”:
1 God may cast wicked men into hell at any given moment.
2 The wicked deserve to be cast into hell. Divine justice does not prevent God from destroying the Wicked at any moment.
3 The wicked, at this moment, suffer under God’s condemnation to Hell.
4 The wicked, on earth—at this very moment—suffer a sample of the torments of Hell. The wicked must not think, simply because they are not physically in Hell, that God (in Whose hand the wicked now reside) is not—at this very moment—as angry with them as He is with those miserable creatures He is now tormenting in hell, and who—at this very moment—do feel and bear the fierceness of His wrath.
5 At any moment God shall permit him, Satan stands ready to fall upon the wicked and seize them as his own.
6 If it were not for God’s restraints, there are, in the souls of wicked men, hellish principles reigning which, presently, would kindle and flame out into hellfire.
7 Simply because there are not visible means of death before them at any given moment, the wicked should not feel secure.
8 Simply because it is natural to care for oneself or to think that others may care for them, men should not think themselves safe from God’s wrath.
9 All that wicked men may do to save themselves from Hell’s pains shall afford them nothing if they continue to reject Christ.
10 God has never promised to save us from Hell, except for those contained in Christ through the covenant of Grace.