A Divine Revelation Of Hell!!!!
June 6, 2007 8:20pm CST
Normally I like to keep my topics light and fun. Nothing to serious, unless it comes up in the news or I feel a strong impression to share it. I realized that when I clicked on the title of this book, that there was no one else on the list for having read it. That's okay, because even though this is my second time reading this book, it was not on my list either. It is not my favorite subject and I know that unless there is something very disturbed about you, it wont be your favorite subject either. But there are times when the subject of hell needs to be discussed and I think that this is one such time. We all know that this is a place where none of us( in our right minds) want to end up. We always talk about the love of God and how wonderful he is and he is all of those things that we say, but too many times we shy away from talking about the judgement of God. We may be making heaven seem like just another option among all of our choices. Hell is a very real and literal place and if you have not accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and savior, there is nothing that you need to do. You are already on your way to hell. People say that a loving God would not send people to hell. You are absolutely right. God is not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentence and he has provided a way threw the blood shed of his son Jesus. The choice to go to heaven or hell is not God's, but yours. If you end up there, you will not be able to blame anyone, but yourself. I am reading the book, "A Divine Revelation Of Hell," for the second time. The first time I read it, it scared the hell out of me, literally. This book decribes hell in a way that you would never imagine. According to the author, Mary K. Baxter, she was taken there in her dreams for thirty days straight. She describes the smell of rotting flesh, the sounds of agony, the grey mist that is the souls of the lost. She warns the reader over and over to repent before it is to late. Some people debate about whether or not she has made this up. For me it does not matter. Hell is a horrible place that I could never imagine before reading this book. The first time that I read it was on Halloween 1997, it took me six hours to read this 216 page book. It is both gripping and astounding to say the least. It is a must read for everyone.
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