What about Hell?

5 May

Over the last few years I have had the opportunity of reviewing a number of different testimonies concerning people that had died and seen hell.  I have compared these to what I personally experienced before I gave my heart to the Lord Jesus Christ.  Instead of cutting and pasting the different articles that would take up a lot of space, I will instead provide the sources for you to visit for yourself by clicking on the links below.  (Exceptions are the videos)

You may click on these links:

Written Testimonies

Testimony of 7 Columbian teens while in a prayer meeting:

– Other Links


Jennifer Perez

Mary Baxter

– To Hell and back (Dr. Rawlings)

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

More tracks:

Video Testimonies

– Ian McCormick’s Testimony

– Bill Wiese’s Testimony

Choo Thomas (Heaven and Hell)
To Hell and Back, a study of NDE/OBE Near Death Experiences by Dr. Rawlings

Ronald Reagan

Other Links

One Response to “What about Hell?”

  1. prestonleigh May 12, 2009 at 3:21 pm #

    Praise the Lord, I can share a scriptural testimony of the characteristics of Hell. God demonstrated a characteristic of Hell when dealing with the nation of Isreal. Here is a portion of a book that I wrote “Have We Not Prophesied In Thy Name”:

    Relation of solar system to planet earth changes with the fourth trumpet. Darkness such as man has never experienced before was on the earth. This type of darkness is more than just the absence of natural light. Divine darkness manifests a material substance and gives the sensation of extreme fright. Some of God’s grace as it pertains to the needs of man is absent. Light, warmth, comfort and security are nonexistent. Judgment by darkness in Revelation will bring complete blindness and the sensation of terror. It is an environment of gloom because it is judgment. Penetration of any light is impossible for the material substance is impenetrable by light.
    God brought the ninth plague upon Egypt which was darkness of intense thickness. “And the Lord said unto Moses, stretch out thy hand toward heaven, that there may be darkness over the land of Egypt, even darkness which may be felt….and there was a thick darkness in all the land of Egypt three days. They saw not one another, neither rose any from his place for three days…” (Ex 10:21-23) Scriptures teach of darkness so thick that it can be felt. In spite of the Egyptians large powerful torches their light could not penetrate divine darkness.
    The word “mist” is used to refer to divine darkness in regards to judgment. “…to whom the mist of darkness is reserved forever.” (2 Peter 2:17) The idea of the word mist is that the darkness is caused by a covering of a material such as a cloud. Gloom is also a sensation of divine darkness that is experienced by those who are its recipients. Misfortune is the idea associated with the word gloom. Concealment is another idea used with the word gloom which means the inhabitants are confined until released. Gloom is also associated with being set in place such as the sun is set in place. Removal of its presence can only be done by an act of God.
    Darkness as being more than just the absence of natural light is described in scripture. Some bible scholars say this is a representation of the outer darkness experienced by the damned. Reservations that have been made for the unsaved are referred as “…to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness forever.” (Jude 13) Darkness brought upon the earth by the fourth trumpet is the same material substance experienced by Egypt. In 2 Samuel 22:10 God came down from heaven standing on dark clouds. Darkness is said to be the canopy around him. Dark rain clouds were manifested. “He made darkness his secret place; His pavilion round about Him were dark waters and thick clouds of the skies.” (Ps 18:11) Judgment is from heaven and His creation testifies that they are under His rule.

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