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By Bill Wiese

ISBN-10: 1591858828

ISBN-13: 9781591858829

Click on the following for pattern Chapter"My honest wish is this ebook is the nearest you'll ever come to  experiencing hell for yourself."Bill Wiese observed the searing flames of hell, felt overall isolation, and skilled the putrid and rotting stench, deafening screams of pain, terrorizing demons, and at last, the powerful hand of God lifting him out of the pit."Tell them i'm coming very, very soon!"Wiese’s stopover at to the devil’s lair lasted simply twenty-three mins, yet he again with bright information etched in his reminiscence. given that this life-changing ordeal, he has spent the final seven years learning the Scriptures to discover solutions and has indexed greater than a hundred and fifty Bible verses referencing hell.Everyone is fascinated by the afterlife, and now Wiese stocks his insights to frequently asked questions resembling: Is hell a literal burning position? the place is hell? Do you could have a physique in hell? Are there levels of punishment in hell? Are there young children in hell? Can Demons torment humans in hell? Can "good" humans visit hell? "Even should you don’t think my tale, i am hoping you'll think the Scriptures and keep away from hell simply the same."

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For the life of the flesh is in the blood” (Lev. 17:11). ) “Send Lazarus that he may dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame” (Luke 16:24). 13. Edward Donnelly, “Heaven and Hell” (Carlisle, PA: Banner of Truth, 2002), 33. 14. “[Jesus] rebuked the foul spirit” (Mark 9:25, KJV). 15. “These shall be punished with everlasting destruction” (2 Thess. 1:9). “The fear of the wicked will come upon him” (Prov. 10:24). 16. Of course, God can do anything, but to give scriptural references, in Luke 18:34, when Jesus was telling His disciples about being crucified and dying, we read: “…this saying was hidden from them,” even though Jesus had told them.

In His presence, the things that were usually so important to me suddenly seemed so insignificant. I felt so honored to be able to do something that would please Him. Then the thought crossed my mind, “Why would anyone believe me? ” “The scripture speaks of the “Lake of Fire” (Rev. 20:14), ‘Wailing and gnashing of teeth’ (Matt. 13:42) where their worm does not die and the fire is not quenched (Mark 9:44).

The creatures seemed to derive pleasure in the pain and terror they inflicted upon me. ” Oh, how I yearned for death, but there would be none. The Living Dead I pleaded for mercy, but they had none—absolutely no mercy. They seemed to be incapable of it. They were pure evil. No mercy existed in that place. [11] The mental anguish I felt was indescribable. Asking for mercy from such evil only seemed to heighten their desire to torment me more. I was conscious of the fact that there was no fluid coming from my wounds.

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