When does He draw the line and say "The horrid things you do to yourselves and the planet you live on is more than I can stomach. Go to Ghenna!" Ghenna is used only twelve times in the New Testament, 11 by Jesus Himself as He talks about the place separated from God. The place that Revelation calls "the second death ..." The place where there is eternal damnation and suffering.
The question remains right now, after consistent disappointment and disregard for His love, when does the Creator tell his creation to Go To Hell?
Since before the world was formed, God hasn't given up on his children. He offers them, you by name, a way to live with Him forever.
God Almighty offers you that hope: Unearned, undeserved, unexplainable.
"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life."
God allowed His son to pay the debt of our sins that we were/are incapable of satisfying. And Jesus gives us the receipt that simply says redeemed.
Do you think God's told you to go to hell? You don't have that receipt marked redeemed? There were others that felt the same way. View their stories on www.hopeforlife.org or if I can help put you in touch with some friends of mine who know the liberating feeling of redemption, email me at email@example.com.