QDo Christians fantasize about atheists squirming and cowering when Judgement Day comes true?
The tone of some of your questions and answers seems to suggest .
The Lord is a jealous God , full of anger and revenge . He takes revenge on all who oppose him and furiously destroys his enemies ! The Lord is slow to anger , but his power is great , and never lets the guilty go unpunished . He shows his power in the whirlwind and the storm . Puffy clouds are the dust of his feet . Under his command the oceans and rivers dry up , the lush pastures of Bashan and Carmel fade , and the green forests of Lebanon wither . In his presence the mountains quake and the hills melt, and the earth trembles , and its people are destroyed . Who can stand before his indignation ? Who can survive his burning anger ? His fury glows like fire , and the mountains crumble into dust in his presence . The Lord is good . When trouble comes, is a strong refuge . And he knows everyone who trusts him. But devastates its enemies in an overwhelming flood . He pursues his enemies in the dark of night . ( Nahum 1:2-8 NIV )
one would think that Christians pray for the souls of atheists , for they know not what they are doing . But who can say what another thinks and prays . Because God gives man free will , and in doing so became man responsible for his own destiny . Either heaven or hell .
No I don't, and have never, enjoyed taking revenge on anyone, mainly because it's wrong and a sin. It also consumes a person and makes them hateful and bitter. Definitely not a Christian attitude to take.
As a Christian I try to put the past behind me, forgive and forget where humanly possible.
If atheists continue in their journey of mockery and sin it will eventually catch up with them, as our own un-repented sins do with all of us.
"The righteous will be glad when they are avenged, when they bathe their feet in the blood of the wicked. Then men will say, 'Surely the righteous still are rewarded; surely there is a God who judges the earth.'" Psalm 58:10-11