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Testimony: The Holiness Required For Heaven

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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:58 PM
Hey All,

I just wanted to let you know about a very sobering testimony that I recently came across called:

" [color=palevioletred]The Holiness Required For Heaven"

about a female who had a very strong supernatural experience wherein she was shown what it really takes to get into the Kingdom. A lot of people, even Christians, are decieved about the holy standards that God requires but I hope that this testimony will open your eyes. There is some things that may surprise you that you have never heard in a testimony before that should be spread far and wide for many to know, including people who consider themselves Christians but are walking on the wrong road.

There is a video at the link with English subtitles and a full English transcription at the link.

A Bolivian woman [Adelaida De Carrillo] was taken to Heaven & Hell by Jesus Christ. She was shown what kind of Holiness is required for someone to enter the KINGDOM OF GOD, & what sins can lead a believer to Hell.

Yea, so if you have eyes and ears to see and hear I hope you read and enjoy.

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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:06 PM
reply to post by EfficientP

A Bolivian woman [Adelaida De Carrillo] was taken to Heaven & Hell by Jesus Christ.

Man is not allowed in to hell. Hell as in the lake of fire currently sits empty, and where Satan resides, no man is allowed there, not even the ones you call angels are allowed there. The furthest man can go is the sitting area for the ones who are seated until judgement.

posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:09 PM
reply to post by EfficientP

lets take a look at whos on the list for hell...

GAYS AND LESBIANS ... of course





CIGARETTE SMOKERS ... (that sucks




The Lord took me to a place where I saw a woman who was crying, screaming in hell.

I asked: “Lord who is that woman?” and the Lord said: “I will show you who she is.”

She was a woman I knew many years ago, since I gave my life to The Lord; I never preached the message of salvation to this woman.

The Lord said to me: “She is here in hell because of you. I wanted to save her soul through you but you never went to tell her about me.” I said: “Lord, have mercy on me!”

The woman cried unto The Lord for mercy and I said: “Lord have mercy on her.”

This woman was the type of woman that was given to alcoholic drinks while she was on earth.

The Lord showed her on the screen all the opportunities she had while on earth to surrender her life to Him but she refused. The day I was moved to speak to this woman, I didn't preach to her because she told me she was going to kill me if I should speak to her about The Lord. I was scared and there was no way I could preach to her.

She is in hell now; her name is Augustina. She is suffering in hell now.

And finally...


Good thing that isn't my God...


posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:12 PM
Pretty incredible, this part really got my attention:

"The Lord said: “These legs were given to you to go around preaching The Gospel, to spread My word and not for you to go around to your neighbors gossiping, and doing things that don't please Me” and for this reason the Lord said “I'm washing your legs.”

Here are a few quotes that also line up with what she says:

On August 3, 1979, Howard Pittman, a Baptist minister for 35 years, died while on the operating table during surgery and had a near-death experience.

Instead of allowing me to enter, the angel stationed me before the Gates, slightly to one side. He instructed me to stay there and watch as the saints were permitted to enter into Heaven. This point was so important that the Holy Spirit told me Himself. I watched the fifty saints enter Heaven, but the point I missed was the time frame involved.

It was explained to me that at the same time those fifty saints died on Earth, 1,950 other humans also died; or only 50 out of 2000 made it into Heaven. That other 1,950 were not there. Where were they? That was only 2 ½ percent going to Heaven! Ninety seven point five percent did not make it! Is that representative of the entire world today? If so, 97 ½ percent of the population of this world today is not ready to meet God.

Placebo by Howard Pittman

The two angels escorted me to Hell. They said, “Now you will visit Hell.”…There are multitudes of churches on the Earth and many of the churches are filled with many people. However, most of them are not true Christians. They are but church attendants. The true churches will firmly believe in Heaven and a Hell. The lives of many Christians are in chaos because they do not firmly believe in Heaven and Hell. When one soul enters Heaven, one thousand cursed souls enter Hell. The rate of Heaven and Hell is 1 to 1000.” (Matt 7:14)

Heaven & Hell 1000 to 1

Bishop Wilfred Lai is the founder and senior Pastor of Jesus Celebration Center in Mombasa, Kenya and it is a church of over 15,000 members. One day he asked the Lord how many of them were ready for heaven and the Lord told him only 200. Only 1% of that church is going to heaven!

Dr. Lai said that some pastors have created large groups of sinners meeting in the name of God. “What you have are not churches, but large congregations of sinners.”

Message from Pastor Wilfred Lai

And in the end, most people will unfortunately receive the Mark of the beast #666. Many Christians will get it because they were never warned by their Church. (Revelations 13:15-18) This is why The Lord is saying that less than 1% of Pastors and less the 10% of Christians will hear the trumpet sound.


posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:18 PM
The more of this garbage that is written/posted/YT'd the less believable it becomes.

Haven't you people learned anything? People have to come to God on their own terms in their own time.

Stupid BS stories do nothing but detract from the message.

posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:21 PM
I thought NDE people were usually forbidden from revealing details of these experiences? And by forbidden, I mean told by the head honcho not to tell much about it.
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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:34 PM
Seems like I read a story similar to this sometime this year from a Muslim perspective instead of a Christian one? So who's telling the truth? Christians or Muslims?

Or maybe it's just that they each see whatever they believe during these visions, dreams, NDE's.

Yeah, I think that's it.
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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:49 PM
reply to post by EfficientP
Well, we must consider this: people claim they were shown and told information about Heaven and Hell that seems to conflict with parts of the Bible- which is God's written word, right? So that means someone here is either lying or hallucinating. So which is the liar/hallucinator- some "Joe Blow" people or God? If you believe in God I would think that's an easy call.

posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:54 PM
reply to post by Akragon

And I thought we were here to experience life.

According to that list, anyone who has experienced life goes to hell

posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:59 PM
The testimony in the OP has several similarities to the one below about a 19 year old girl who saw and spoke to the souls of eight people in hell that she knew while they were alive on earth.

Olga's Visit to Hell's Entrance

I went into the kitchen and started to pour myself some water when I heard someone knocking at my door. I didn't look at first. I just opened the door. When I looked, I saw a man standing there. He wasn't an earthly man. He was as tall as the entrance of this Church's building. He filled my whole door. He was very tall and beautiful. But his face! You've never seen a face like this before!

When I looked at him I was blinded. The light shone from him like glory. His robe was white like you've never seen on this earth. He came into my home and said, "Peace for you." But I, brothers and sisters, couldn't say anything. I just stared. This was real; not a vision. I was very scared, because I'd never seen anything like this before.

He said, "Soul, this is the last day of your life." When he said this, I started to plead with him. "I don't want to die. I'm only 19 years old." But, I had heard these words so I thought, "It's all done for me. I don't have another chance to repent." I begged him for life, but he said, "No. Come and see where you're going."

posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 11:23 PM
The universe can only speak to you in images and terms you know and "respect".

I don't even bother trying to read anything like this literally but instead look first at the culture and worldview the person relating the experience is communicating from and using that to try to strip away the things that are loaded with specific cultural tones to see what the more universal application of the core experience is and how it would play out for someone else with a different cultural environment.

When done this way there is an incredibly consistent underlying theme that crosses all of the related experiences... but unfortunately most people get sidetracked arguing over the misleading and distracting surface aspects filtered through the only words and concepts the person retelling the experience has to work with... and missing the underlying message being related.

Example: Her worldview sees alcohol as something displeasing so her God related it this way, even though the supposed savior in her religion did have involvement with alcohol and alcohol drinkers. So clearly this aspect is being influenced by her typical modern evangelical culture, not her religious text.

In my interpretation the underlying message is about our habit of continuing to do and be involved with things/people/addictions that we personally feel regret over but keep doing anyways. That's the underlying message and "cleansing" she was getting. One you see across all cultural and time based interpretations when people have these experiences/epiphanies.

When viewed this way accounts like these become a lot less strange and can simply be seen as concepts being filtered through individual belief systems and communication capacity resulting in a distorted expression that someone from a different belief system and communication ability will have difficulty relating to unless they are consciously aware of needing to bridge the gap..

Hope that makes sense to someone.
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posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 08:46 AM
Everyone is doomed then. Pay attention to what John wrote about the person that claims to be sinless.

posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 10:23 AM
reply to post by Akragon

Yep, those are the things!
Oh well.

This poor woman had a "bad trip" - sounds more like an alien abduction probe than a celestial field trip....

I hope she gets some mundane help - she's slipping away into delirium with this fear-based, torturing, horrible imaginated after-life scenario.



Cigarette smokers have their department in hell, all those smoking marijuana also have their department in hell, they are tormented forever.

Are these "departments" adjacent, like in a big-box store, or connected rooms in a hotel?

Do they have interdepartmental "mixer" events?


Wow....that woman's "Lord" is really mean, sadistic, and nasty! Poor thing.

posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 10:30 AM

Originally posted by wildtimes


Cigarette smokers have their department in hell, all those smoking marijuana also have their department in hell, they are tormented forever.

Are these "departments" adjacent, like in a big-box store, or connected rooms in a hotel?

Do they have interdepartmental "mixer" events?

This is another one of those things where I boggle that the person having the experience rarely seems to contemplate deeper on what *exactly* they witnessed.

Her idea of heaven certainly looks like hell to someone else. Flip it around and we get things that look like hell to her...

I'm certainly looking forward to the mixers.

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posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 10:40 AM
reply to post by wildtimes
As a current cigarette smoker and a former consumer of other things for which I refuse to repent I am sure I will see some of my fellow ATS members at the mixer! From what my spouse tells me there is already a penthouse suite reserved especially for me in Hell so I volunteer my digs as venue for the mixers!

posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 11:46 AM
reply to post by littled16

Cool you two, see you both at the first "mixer."

Seriously, though.....
the use of alcohol or other substances is a COPING MECHANISM - or a recreational altered state - and in this world, who doesn't need SOMETHING to get them through?

For some it's zealous religion. For others it's jogging (and BTW...if they say that "every cigarette shortens your life by 6 minutes - or whatever - why would you spend those same minutes RUNNING along a major street breathing FUMES from cars?); for still others its romance novels, or movies, or target shooting, or engaging in sports.....

But, WHO WANTS to live a joyless, fear-filled life! That woman is probably afraid to blink now! let alone dare to even look at a shiny bauble. This is's nonsense. That is one very mixed up, unhappy person.

EVERYTHING IN MODERATION. Including moderation. And also including RELIGION.

posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 11:48 AM
reply to post by wildtimes

Wow, the link actually said that?? Lol. I didn't even click it because based on a basic knowledge of scripture it sounded like bollocks, now I'm certain of it. I would like to know what verse says smoking is a sin. Seems rather silly to me that God would forgive murders like Moses, David, and Paul but condemn smokers to hell. And I really hope that person isn't going by the verse that our bodies are a temple and smoking damages the body, if so then there would need to be special areas of hell for caffeine drinkers, people who eat food with preservatives in them, people who don't watch their sodium or cholesterol intakes, and *gasp*, for people who go outside without a minimum spf 25 sunscreen.

All those are also linked to cancer and damage the body.

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posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 12:08 PM
reply to post by NOTurTypical

Aww, you didn't even click it? FOUL!!
*yellow flag on the field* *whistle*

Maybe if you do, and read it, you'll see why some people are so adamantly but quietly trying to suppress this kind of psychological abuse...

Maybe you can help some of us understand why people DO go overboard with this stuff. Someone put a crapload of guilt, shame, unworthiness, and self-hatred in this lady's mind, and she's clearly been warped by it.

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posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 12:25 PM
reply to post by wildtimes

Well, I kinda brushed on the why in my previous post. I could tell it was unscriptural just by the thread title and snippets in the OP. It's absurd tripe, and one of my rules is to not waste time on absurd tripe. And why do people fall for it? Same reasons as always, a form of pride, where people feel they have to contribute to their own justification before God. To these people Christ isn't sufficient, they must add to Him to complete the process. It's being deceived by the doctrines of man. That justification is by works of the flesh and not by faith in the Son of God and His work on the cross on our behalf.

Modern day Phariseeism.

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posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 01:52 PM
How did i know this thread would turn into a comedy routine...

Hey NuT... Good to see ya brother... Where ya been?

Wildtimes.... *nod* Always a pleasure!

Klassified... Whatup buddy

Since this is my last day on earth... I would like to humbly point out one thing...

Anyone notice this?

The Lord showed her on the screen all the opportunities she had while on earth to surrender her life to Him but she refused.

So at least theres TV's & computers in Hell...

Good thing.... I haven't seen Hobbit yet...

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