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A Divine Revelation of Hell

By: Mary K. Baxter
Narrated by: Crickett Osbourne
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Visions of hell....

In A Divine Revelation of Hell, over a period of 30 nights, 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 audiobook 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.

©1993 T. L. Lowery (P)2020 Whitaker House

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Hell is real!

Hopefully this book will be heard by many many souls God bless you and keep you! Stay on the straight and narrow path.

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False Prophet! all repeating talking points!

whom I to say Jesus visited her or not! I've heard these same talking points and exactness over the years of being in religion...And still NO mention of racism, racists and for them to repepnt. No mention of colonizers that came to America and stole, slaved amongst other disgraceful human acts...but Mary , says Jesus says to forgive! Meanwhile in reality the same BS is still happening to this day. Trump and his supporters . Treasonous Traitors GOP!

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A must read for everyone

If you truly want to know about hell, then listen to this audiobook. It will change your life.

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Come on…

I can’t accurately comment unless I had supernatural experiences as well however it is my personal belief that when we learn of the actions of an infinitely loving God we will marvel and not ask how can this be. Imagine the judgement of Solomon when he said to the split the baby in half to find the true mother. Take that awe of judgement and times it by infinity in wisdom. This should be the response of learning the judgements of an infinitely wise judge.

When I was in Bible college a man faked being a special needs. He said it was to be on the same level as others. He later told everyone what happened but to know something like that could happen. One time in church I met a chronic lier who invited me to help inside the church however he had no business being there. He caused me to be where I shouldn’t have been..

The first red flag to me about this book was what Jesus said. It seemed to only quote what was said in the Bible. I how likely that Jesus is a parrot to say the same phrases only.

Next the issue of course how the judgements. Jesus is said to have taken the sin of the world. Jesus was three days in judgement and rose again. How than could he have suffered for eternity so many folds over in three days. Have these suffered longer than Jesus who took on “ALL” sin?

If I led millions astray and they get eternal punishment forever but if I repent at the last second I’ll be in bliss and you will suffer. Seems like the wisdom of man and not an infinite God.

If you want a real understanding of hell from a biblical perspective pick up “Heaven and Hell a History of the Afterlife” by Bart D Ehrman

Don’t let this lady feed on your gullibility and insult Christians more.

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Very thorough description of heaven and hell

Written well before the era of popularized near death experiences, this book really sets the stage well for heaven and graphically scribes the experiences of hell. Backed by lots of scripture and personal tax money, this was a great read.

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Repent! Jesus Christ is coming again

spiritual connection with Mrs. Baxter while hearing the revelation in her own words. Jesus is coming soon

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What the h@!!…

I enjoyed this book, because we all need to have a full awareness of the torturous plight that is ahead for anyone who does not repent unto genuine salvation, and the author accomplished this over and again.

However, biblically speaking, I take exception to some of what is written in this book.

• Jesus is depicted as having compassion, and even brought to tears at the torment of hell’s inhabitants. However, while that is the case for lost souls in this life, the scriptures are clear that the Lord will only ‘laugh and mock’ at the calamity of damned souls of those that have left this world.

• The author stated repeatedly the need to “be good.” What the hell? That is to say, what hell is this? Jesus said, ”there is none good but one, that is, God.” (Matt. 19:17). We’re to do good, but nobody is inherently ‘good’.

• The statement was made emphatically by the author: “Do not do unholy things in the marriage bed”, which contradicts scripture. “Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled …” (Heb. 13:4).

I will not address the issue of whether or not receiving such revelation is even possible, since it is written, “Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.” - 2 Peter 1:20. I’ll leave that to every individual to determine that for themselves.

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So good to hear hope in a time of extreme change

Love it and it was easy to listen to. Would recommend this book as it reiterated many central ideas of the Bible.

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Repent y’all I truly believe this with all my heart hell is no joke and the enemy is out to kill steal and destroy

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Believe

If nothing else could make me take a realistic look at my heart , my thoughts, my actions.... THIS DID🙏🏾