This website is intended to help anyone who will read it:
I saw hell.
I also saw the enemy.
When God first called me into ministry, I moved into a deeper relationship with Jesus.
I received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and was in a season of seeking the Lord Jesus Christ.
I had been saved since I was a young person.
While in my room, I suddenly had a vision of hell.
It was a short vision.
I had no idea that it would happen.
It was very scary.
I saw hell below me.
I saw the fire of hell.
I heard the loud wailing of what sounded like a multitude of people.
It was a sound I had never heard or heard since then.
While this vision happened, I called on the name of Jesus.
Then, I saw a face before me.
It is challenging to describe the face. The face seemed to be red like it was burned.
It was a face like a human face, with eyes, a nose, a mouth, ears.
This face, this person, was cackling with laughter.
What I sensed was that he was letting me know I was not saved.
For the rest of that day, I was in fear, and I thought I had lost my salvation.
I realized I had seen the enemy, Satan, and that he is a liar. So I realized my salvation was secure. Amen.
The enemy is a fallen angel. Angels have features just like humans: a face, body, arms, legs, etc.
I write this so that others will know that hell is real.
Every person will spend eternity in either heaven or hell.
To learn more about heaven and hell, please visit www.heaven-or-hell.com.
God wants every person to be saved and spend eternity in heaven, His home, which is wonderful and glorious beyond description.
Receive Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. He is the only way to eternal life and heaven.
He is the most wonderful, most beautiful Person in the universe.
After this vision happened, I hesitated to tell anyone.
I told only two people at my church about part of the vision.
Other than that, I did not feel led to tell others.
I want to let others know.
Some years later, I read about the enemy in the book “A Divine Revelation of Hell” by Mary Baxter, and the following portion confirmed what I had seen:
“I watched Satan as a reddish-yellow flame with brown edges grew all about him. A wild and gusty wind blew his garments which did not burn. The smell of burning flesh filled the air, and I realized anew that the horrors of hell are real. Satan walked through the flames, and they could not burn him. Though I only saw his back, I could hear his evil laughter everywhere.
I watched as Satan ascended in a cloud of smoke, taking the stream of fire up with him to the top of the belly of hell. I listened as he turned and in a loud voice announced that unless all these souls worshiped him, he would give them a turn in the fun circle” (p. 99-100).
Baxter, Mary. “A Divine Revelation of Hell.” Whitaker House: New Kensington, PA, 1993.