posted on Jan, 21 2008 @ 11:37 AM
I believe that there will be far fewer souls seperated from God forever than many people imagine. The Bible says that hell was made for ' the devil
and his followers '. It takes an knowing and self willed denial of what a soul knows to be the case to be able to distance oneself from God. If a
person is a floower of the devil, meaning a person that knows that Christ is deity and God is holy and in charge yet decides to follow the evil and
wicked path..intentionally chooisng evil over good, knowledgeably, knowingly, with full consequences of their actions. There will be very few of
The mentally ill that spout demonic nonsense are not ' lost ' souls any more than some indian in the jungle that never heard the gospel. You
cannot be tricked into ' hell ' the condition of total and permanent removal from God's realm and isolation from all others for eternity. God
wishes that ' all ' sould be saved. Think of the desires of a father; he will bend over backwards to forgive and redeem a son, won't he? He will
not judge harshy because of love; a loving father will never cast away a son: the child who leaves and does not return has not been banished, but is
I have personal and direct knowledge of the existence of Christ and the reality of the spirit realm. I have never told the story on ATS or anywhere
else online. Only a few friends know about it. I had a witness with me, thank God, to validate what happened. It was a ' supernatural ' event, in a
way, although one might be more accurate in saying that it was perfectly natural, depending on the nature of God, his personality.
If enough people want me to tell it, I will, although I ask respect in advance despite whatever you make of the info. All I can do is tell the
absolute truth in detail and leave it for others to determine the veracity of what I claim. I hesitate to even mention it because I open myself up for
some ridicule, but then again the truth might benefit at least one other person out there and who cares about what the others think?
Direct knowledge does have some problems tho: It demands that you recognize what it means and what is expected, at least to a minimum degree. I feel
awful because I know I am not living up to the standards that I could if I were able to totally put away anger, indignity, jealousy, rage, etc. from
my life. I feel that someone who has been granted an extraordinay experience should be advanced and living a life exemplifying the reality of that is
known..and when I give way to base emotions or allow myself to show less than good examples to others, I feel guilty.
It is a balance between living in the real world and dealing with people and things and trying to enter closer to the source and gaining needed help
to comprehend the truth more fully..oh well..