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Don’t Go To Hell

No, I’m not cussing. This is a book review from one of the most CHILLING books I have ever read. A Divine Revelation Of Hell by Mary Baxter. I was very much so shaken by Mary’s account of what she saw, heard, felt, smelled and experienced in hell for nights on end. After reading this book I have been revived with an intense desire to warn others to not end up in hell. The Bible does talk clearly about this horrific place and yet I never realized just how much the Bible discribes hell both in Old and New Testament. What shook me even more is to read her account of how those who end up in hell include people who used to preach the Word, people who went to Church for years, those who called themselves Christians. It made Jesus’ words “not all who say: Lord, Lord…” even more real. 

It is so dangerous to play being a Christian. Reading the Bible or going to Church is not what gets one saved. People end up in hell just for living all their lives with unforgiveness and resentment, although they know the Word of God. Sin separates us from God. And living in sin is living far from God. Only while breathing we have a chance to repent and receive God’s forgiveness. Death comes so sudden to many who weren’t prepared. Hell keeps swallowing lost souls day and night, night and day!! It’s an actual place of torture and suffering. Fire and brimstones, worms that never die. A haunted house at Haloween is no match for hell. All 5 senses are alive and even more keen than here on earth. Pain and horror for all eternity! No escape. No water, No light. No companionship. No end.

I wish you’d read this account for yourself and warn others as well. 

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