The Righter Report

23 Minutes in Hell

By Bill Wiese

Excerpts:

“One night I was catapulted to the very pit of hell–a terrible place of grotesque creatures, toxic fumes, and terrible darkness.”

“These creatures were approximately ten to thirteen feet tall. These towering beasts were far, far beyond intimidating. It is one thing to be threatened by someone much taller than you. But these creatures were not of this natural world. I recognized that they were entirely evil, and they were gazing at me with pure, unrestrained hatred, which completely paralyzed me with fear. “Evil” and “Terror” stood before me. Those creatures were an intensely concentrated manifestation of those two forces.”

“I still had no idea where I was, and I felt utterly panicked. Although I had no point of reference, no familiarity with anything I was experiencing, and no understanding of how I got here, still I was faced with the unimaginable reality that a tortuous death seemed certain.”

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July 10, 2007 Posted by | Theology | Leave a comment