After death, a man describes a horrifying Hell-bound journey in which “thousands burned in pits.”
THE GATES OF HELL, IT IS BELIEVED, are wide open for all sinners who stray from God’s path.
Many people deny that there is a location called Hell where people are punished for their past transgressions. Sceptics frequently contend that the devil and his underground empire are nothing more than figments of the human imagination. One man, however, claims to have traveled to Hell and back, detailing his incredible adventure in a book that has sold over one million copies and is a New York Times bestseller.
Bill Wiese relived his terrible recollections of his Hell-bound voyage in an interview with Christian broadcaster TCT Network.
When the devoted Christian awoke one night in 1998, he went to his refrigerator to fetch a drink.
His soul was about to plummet into the hellish depths of Hell, unbeknownst to him.
He alleges that his spirit was separated from his body and carried into the horrific underworld via a long tunnel.
Mr Wiese is said to have landed on the floor of a detention cell, where he was shocked by the heat.
He recalled, “There were stone walls, bars, it was more like a dungeon – a dirty, smelling, smoke-filled dungeon.”
“The heat was so intense that I questioned how I was still alive,” he continued. “What brought me here, and how did I get here?”
The author described how he was tormented severely by blasphemous devils who hurled a torrent of venom at him and God.
Mr Wiese expanded on his 23-minute voyage to Hell in an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
He said, “I saw this gigantic pit of fire.”
“Hundreds, if not thousands, of people were burning and screaming inside this pit.
“The shouts were deafening,” says the narrator. In hell, you’re physically fatigued.
“You are completely terrified and in complete darkness.”
The devout Christian is unconcerned about whether or not others believe his account.
The most essential thing, he told Mr. Hannity, was for the public to believe God’s Word about the horrors of eternal death.
He explained, “The Lord simply wants me to point people to the Scriptures.”
“Churches aren’t talking about the parts of the Bible that deal with hell.
“All I am is a signpost directing people to those Scriptures.”