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Visions of Hell Over a period of thirty days, God gave Mary K. Baxter visions of hell and commissioned her to tell people still alive on earth to reject sin and evil, and to choose life in Christ.
Here is an account of the place and beings of hell contrasted with the glories of heaven. Follow Mary in her supernatural journey as she enters with Jesus into a gateway to h Visions of Hell Follow Mary in her supernatural journey as she enters with Jesus into a gateway to hell and encounters the sights, sounds, and smells of that dark place of torment, including its evil spirits, cells, pits, jaws, and heart.
Be an eyewitness to the various punishments of lost souls and hear their shocking stories. This book is a reminder that each of us needs to accept the miracle of salvation before it is too late—and to intercede for those who do not yet know Christ. Time is running out. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions All Editions. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A Divine Revelation of Hell , please sign up.
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Mar 23, Jean Pierre rated it it was amazing. Foreword: This book shook me to the very core of my being. Regardless of what you may think I believe this story speaks truth. I beg all who do not have Christ in their lives to read this with an open mind praying to the god so that they can read this with an open mind and an open heart. God gave us such a great gift but if we just to ignore or worse reject or turn from this gift and for lack of a better term spit in gods face he will leave you to your fate.
I pray for all who read this review wh Foreword: This book shook me to the very core of my being. I pray for all who read this review who do not know of Christ or know of him but have turned away from him. Come to the Lord and he will rid you of your sin no matter how great and peace will be with you everlasting.
I warn the Christians who are resting on their laurels to keep searching for God's face, keep prayer and the study of his word in your life and you will be delivered. Review: Mary goes through an incredible Journey through the many facets of hell. Degrees of punishment are given based on your sin. She goes from the right and left legs of hell into the belly, jaws and heart of hell. Throughout this journey she sees and experiences most of the horrors that happen in hell.
On two separate occasions the Lord leaves her side and lets her experience first hand what it is like to be a soul lost in hell and it is truly frightening to know that the torture endured is eternal. There is hope though, at the end of this book she is taken up to heaven and shown just some of the splendor that awaits us if we are faithful. This book spoke deeply to me and I urge any Christian or non believer to pick it up with an open mind and to let the Lord do the rest.
Mar 14, Rod Horncastle rated it did not like it Shelves: religious-crap-section. What a challenge this book was. I went with the babble and got my money's worth in pure entertainment value. The ultimate test for me A Christian was that it has to match the Biblical scriptures perfectly.
Honestly it didn't even make it past the 1st page. And by 1st page I mean the copywrite information What a challenge this book was. And by 1st page I mean the copywrite information.
Published in by Dr. Lowery - from Whitaker House Publishing. That puts Mommy Mary Baxter right alongside Smith Wigglesworth and many many other charismatic healers and ridiculous story tellers and fruity visions holders. If Jesus was about to change the world with this message of utmost importance he would have been wise to do it with some credibility. How dare this company publish some of Charles Spurgeon's works?
Oh well. Anyway, on to the book. Wouldn't it be fun if this book was all true? Well no actually. But either way I was quickly relieved to find many flaws in it theologically. The very first thing that hit me was: I've heard some of this type of Hellish horrors described before; it was in the Islamic Quran. The God of Islam seems to favor this type of torture. Sura "we shall soon cast into the fire.
As often as their skins are roasted through we shall change them for fresh skins, that they may taste the penalty. The problem is: the Bible doesn't say anything like that. Sure it says many very interesting things about hell Maybe Mary has been double dipping into Horror movies and Demonic religions?
It appears that Muhammad and Mary have a few things in common. They are both pathetically poor theologians with over-active imaginations, as well as self importance issues. Both demanded that they rise to the top of their respective religions and be listened to by the entire globe. Which takes us to the next issue: What does this book say generally about God and his word? That it just wasn't enough. Jesus gave us many incredible descriptions about this eternal dwelling. Luke for instance.
Jesus even goes as far as saying in his story, "Abraham says, 'They have Moses and the Prophets; let them hear them' Lazarus says, 'but if someone goes to them from the dead, they will repent. Mary went to Hell and came back to tell everyone so they will repent. In the Bible, we have an amazing book filled with writings by Moses and the Prophets.
Mary thinks God has changed his mind. Or maybe God screwed up and realized in that he should write a better book - maybe scarier this time. With Mary's help of course. So is Mary lying? I don't think so. Just like Bill Wiese and his book: 23 minutes in Hell. Muhammad and his book: the Quran. And numerous others. I don't think they are pretending, they just have no discernment or abilities to challenge properly what is before them.
This is what blind faith does to people. Weird eh? God does not get upset if we critique anything that sounds questionable. Maybe she should have eaten something! What the HELL? I sure hope it was to teach people how to critique and not be Blind, Charismatic, lack of discernment, type demon chasers - but I seriously doubt it.
Most likely they were gobbling up every word Mary spewed out. I was about to go and buy 10 small Bibles to place amongst those Baxter offerings. Just so they can see the difference. View all 10 comments. Mar 12, A Rye rated it did not like it Shelves: crap , fiction. This book is absolute bullshit. God-awful bullshit. Yet another reason for Christians to look like that weird kid down the street who put ants on his tongue and always smelled like congealed sweat.
Yet another piece of "theological" fiction that is grounded in nothing but the imagination of the most likely quite clinically disturbed author. I wonder what will sell? I will never make any money as a legitimate author, so howabout I write Christian fiction? That's it!!!! To give you a rundown, this crazy chick whose name just screams, "I grew up in a Mennonite cult! The scene-setting is described the way 'the Evil Dead' starring the Almighty Bruce Campbell watch it!
The only true hell found within this book, is the process of reading it. Throw this in the lake of fire. Or, just your backyard weenie roast. I mean expound upon the blessing of this miraculous revelation supposedly given to Mrs. So, basically, after taking her to hell, Jesus shows her heaven, and then an up-closer look at angels and demons. This just keeps better and better. Let me guess, next there's going to be some black riders, gay midgets, and a whole lot of friggin' walking?!
Just kidding, I love the 'Rings. And Gulliver's Travels. Come to think of it, I'm a fan of quality epic fantasy, in general. Kind of like Dante and Milton. Which brings us full-circle, back to this review: Mary K.
Baxter, your magnum opus is terrible. Perhaps you've heard of it. Probably not, though, as the only thing worth readin' is the word o' King James, right?
Nice attempt at capitalizing on something that was done a few hundred years before your great-grandfather was a tadpole, but your prose ain't poetic, and your writing sure ain't epic, bitch. It's ordinary. Is there much worse than that. I imagine even Jesus hates your book - especially the part about you exploiting people who are susceptible to 'Christian' marketing ploys. And may God have mercy on your greedy black soul.
View all 9 comments. Feb 27, James Pratt rated it did not like it. If Dante's Inferno and a Tom and Jerry cartoon had a baby, it would be this book. As it just so happens, the hell the author claims to have experienced matches the generic version of hell often portrayed in popular culture complete with fire and brimstone, wailing spirits encased in living skeletons, and cackling demons armed with pointy sticks.
So what's being revealed? Don't most Christians already believe this stuff, including the stuff that doesn't even have any sort of biblical precedent? And why didn't Jesus pick a better writer for these "revelations"?
Did I mention that the writing is repetitive? Speaking of Jesus, the Jesus in this book is a real jerk. The biblical Jesus preached compassion and forgiveness, but this Jesus just goes around chastising people who are already dead and in hell. This seems kind of petty, especially for the Son of God. And what are some of the wicked and awful sins for which these people are justifiably damned for all eternity?
Among them are homosexuality, practicing witchcraft yes, witches are real , and lust. The word "lust" must be used a thousand times in this book. Call it a hunch but I'm wondering if the author has some church-installed guilt regarding her naughty bits. Here are some things I learned from this book: 1 Hell is located at the center of the earth and is shaped like a giant body.
Just like in the bible. The manner in which the author measured these cell blocks is not recorded. Apparently God hasn't switched to electronic record-keeping yet. And he seemed like such a nice guy. The greatest sin of all is using your God-given free will to choose not to accept God's love, His infinite, terribly confusing love. Or at least nearer than it was yesterday. The only thing I really learned from this book aside from the fact that being a writer doesn't necessarily mean being able to write is that fear is an integral part of Christian dogma, or at least the writer's version anyway.
Apparently, God loves you with infinite compassion and infinite mercy but unless you acknowledge His greatness sounds suspiciously like pride which is a sin, right? He will not hesitate to condemn you to eternal torment for sins committed during a brief mortal lifetime. And then Jesus will pop up every once and awhile and say "I told you so".
View 2 comments. Aug 01, Michael Mckean rated it it was amazing. This book will surely leave readers - including Atheist ones - crying out for the Great Proprietor! I, of course, am a firm believer in the literal interpretation of Hell. In the Bible Job , it says, "Brimstone shall be scattered upon his habitation" - Job is the oldest book in the Bible, written over 3, years ago, and yet Job knew what science wouldn't know for yea Awakening!
In the Bible Job , it says, "Brimstone shall be scattered upon his habitation" - Job is the oldest book in the Bible, written over 3, years ago, and yet Job knew what science wouldn't know for years Yes, I really recommend this book for not only Christians who are weak in their faith, but also for non-believers because I hope it shall implant some sense into them.
May I also say: Baxter repeatedly stresses the authenticity of her experience throughout the pages, and as she is an ordained Minister, I doubt she would lie about something as serious as this. I do indeed believe this is genuine. Praise God with all your heart! View 1 comment. Aug 11, Lydia Thornton rated it it was amazing. Real deep, forces you into hell; chilling to the bone, Loved it five stars!. Nov 05, Joseph rated it did not like it Shelves: theology.
I am a devout, inerrancy-affirming evangelical Christian, and I do not believe this for on moment. It's a tricky thing when people claim to have these visions. Either they are true, or they are not. And if they are not, what then? If the person is a liar, then they are grievously sinning against the Holy Spirit or may not even be genuine believers, if they take that attitude towards God's Word. If they are seeing false visions, that is also quite problematic.
Given that her visions occurred ove I am a devout, inerrancy-affirming evangelical Christian, and I do not believe this for on moment. Given that her visions occurred over many nights, it's hard to say that it was just a bad dream like in the case of Bill Weise and his dream-length visit to Hell. With such a piece of writing, I find it hard to give it anything other than either a 1 or a 5. If it is true, and it is divine revelation, then shouldn't that make it a 5?
If it is not true, if it is a lie about what God says, then it has no business existing. Briefly, I will explain a few reasons why I believe it to be false: - She says that brimstone appears in a pit of fire, growing red. Now, you don't need to be a chemist to know that sulfur brimstone has a very low melting point it should melt, not be a glowing stone , and burns blue, not red.
My hypothesis: she envisioned what brimSTONE would look like in fire, not knowing what brimstone actually is What does the scripture say? Rate this book. A Divine Revelation of Hell. Mary K.
Baxter , T. Lowery Foreword by. Visions of Hell Over a period of thirty days, God gave Mary K. Baxter visions of hell and commissioned her to tell people still alive on earth to reject sin and evil, and to choose life in Christ. Here is an account of the place and beings of hell contrasted with the glories of heaven. Follow Mary in her supernatural journey as she enters with Jesus into a gateway to hell and encounters the sights, sounds, and smells of that dark place of torment, including its evil spirits, cells, pits, jaws, and heart.
Be an eyewitness to the various punishments of lost souls and hear their shocking stories. This book is a reminder that each of us needs to accept the miracle of salvation before it is too late—and to intercede for those who do not yet know Christ. Time is running out. Loading interface About the author. Baxter 24 books 85 followers.
Whitaker House. Publication date. April 15, See all details. Next page. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Mary K. A Divine Revelation of Prayer. A Divine Revelation of Spiritual Warfare. A Divine Revelation of Satan's Deceptions. I do believe that Rev. Baxter had a true encounter with the reality of hell in her experience of revelation by Jesus Christ our Lord. God surely is using Mary as a soul winner for Jesus Christ.
I wish this book could be made available to everyone—to Christians as a warning to continue walking with Jesus, and to non-Christians to show them what is awaiting them if they do not commit their lives to Jesus Christ. Over a period of forty days, God gave Mary K. Baxter visions of hell and commissioned her to tell all to choose life.
It is a reminder of the need each of us has for the miracle of salvation. About the Author Mary K. Baxter is an international evangelist. In , she received visions of hell and heaven—revelations of warning and of salvation that she has since recorded in her books.
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This Book was quite enlightening! I never knew about the intensity of suffering in hell; now I certainly do! I on everything in my life, and found iniquity there. I decided right then and there to, try again, to set things straight. I will try again, you can be certain! Mary clears up a lot of things that are Biblical, and I count myself blessed to have read this book!
I totally believe this account to be genuine! There are no do overs in hell! The problem we have are like those, tied to one another with the cord, at the end of this book!
These are people who judge, and withhold help to others! These folks I'm convince Satan loves, for others are turned off immediately by the errant Christians,and decide they want no part with folks like these, and turn their backs on the Lord!
Reader beware, I too, cried my way through this book! I will never say, or think, 'Ah, go to hell! I read this book and compared it to B. Both shared in the detail the same horrors and words of the Lord Jesus.
This book help to bring me to repentance and i pray it brings many others to Christ. Every person on this planet needs to read this book! After reading this book, I am moved and ticked even more to share the gospel! God bless Mary Baxter for revealing the truth! It seems the new modern thing is to be taken to heaven or hell and to report about the experience.
This is a far earlier report than most books I've read. This journey to hell began in and lasted for 30 days. There is nothing as terrifying to a Christian and Unbeliever than to be told that your soul could still end up in a place of never ending fire, excruciating pain, eternal sorrow and relentless regret.
Not to mention the memories of everyone who ever tried to save you from hell going through your mind. In this book a point is made that I think is not well understood and not always substantiated clearly by scripture. That you could lose your salvation if you turn back to a life of sin. This book indicates that you should repent as much as possible and keep the slate clean with God so you are ready to enter heaven at any time.
Reading this book will make you evaluate some of the pet sins in your life that need to finally go. Let nothing stand between you and heaven. Do you struggle with unforgiveness It is not worth and eternity of suffering. Anger, jealousy, hate, etc must all go too as they can lead to much larger sins like murder or suicide. And for Christians who know the truth and go against the truth, things are apparently much worse in hell. Rebellion against God is sure to land you there.
Or even neglect like not reading your Bible so you are hindered in becoming a better person who wants to do the will of God. Reading this book is a very sobering experience and has changed my life for the better.
They say the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. By reading this book you will also realize that the reason you may be having trouble with various sins and temptations is because satan really still believes he can get your soul. You will realize that the forces of evil may still be able to cause you to go to hell unless you are diligent and follow the Bible or are at least repenting each time you sin.
To not sin at all would be the goal. To do the will of the Father as Jesus says, is what you should strive for. Jump to ratings and reviews. Want to read. Rate this book. A Divine Revelation of Hell. Mary K. Baxter , T. Lowery Foreword by. Visions of Hell Over a period of thirty days, God gave Mary K. Baxter visions of hell and commissioned her to tell people still alive on earth to reject sin and evil, and to choose life in Christ.
Here is an account of the place and beings of hell contrasted with the glories of heaven. Follow Mary in her supernatural journey as she enters with Jesus into a gateway to hell and encounters the sights, sounds, and smells of that dark place of torment, including its evil spirits, cells, pits, jaws, and heart. Be an eyewitness to the various punishments of lost souls and hear their shocking stories.
This book is a reminder that each of us needs to accept the miracle of salvation before it is too late—and to intercede for those who do not yet know Christ.
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