Sometimes it seems like Christianity is more about heaven than hell. But Jesus didn’t come just to keep people from hell. He came, Jesus said in John 10, so that we might have full, rich, abundant lives. He came to earth to teach us how to live, and give his life to bridge the gap sin had caused between us and God.
It doesn’t say anywhere in the Bible that Jesus came because he didn’t want us to end up in hell. In fact, in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John; the books of the Bible that tell the story of Jesus’ life) there are only three times when Jesus tells stories in which someone ends up facing hell. In each of the three, the root cause of that eternal destination is a lack of generosity towards others.
In Matthew 25, Jesus tells a story about God separating the righteous from the unrighteous on the basis of who acted with compassion toward the needy (and who didn’t). In Luke 12 the story is about a man who has such a large harvest that he decides he must build larger barns in which to hoard all that belongs to him. Finally, in Luke 16, there is a rich man who daily passes by a beggar who lies at his door and never offers to help. After they both die, the rich man is in hell while the beggar is in paradise.
In these instances when Jesus mentions hell, it is as a consequence of how people treat others during this life. Jesus does mention hell other times; but only in a threatening way when he is talking to people who consider themselves deeply religious.
So, unless you are a hyper-religious person, it is very unlikely that Jesus himself would approach you threatening an eternity in hell.
Go and do likewise.