Bill Wiese went to hell. He saw his body leaving from it and went to a dark place with enormous creatures as we call it demons.
The place is described as the word hopelessness.
Then light appeared, a man came, he just said Jesus and the man said I am.
He is a real estate worker and told about the existence of Hell one night when he woke up at dawn.
Oh thanks. The mind is a very powerful thing.
Bill Wiese is a scam artist. Nothing more. He belongs in jail.
I told my neighbour that I went into my garden shed which is a dark place full of enormous creatures, aka spiders. Then he pointed out that I didn't have one. Oh bugger, I guess I was mistaken.
According to the Bible there is no such place. It speaks of .sheol but it confirms nothing.
Whatever one's definition of Hell, hopelessness would indeed be one component.
I talked to an honest man..
Over a protracted period of time, his life had been intentionally destroyed and interfered with, by others who felt threatened by his honesty, direct nature and refusal to bow down to those that many would describe as 'demons'...
I asked him whether he felt helplessness at his situation...
He replied, "Hell No! I feel sorrow for the fools!"
So I asked him why he felt so self assured, given the terrible things that the townspeople had done to him...
He replied, "Because The Truth will always expose the lies and the true follies of those who feel that they can rise above it! They are fools because Hell is where they must learn to become honest and dwell in the reality that they are honestly... just fools!"
True Story.. and one that contains far more credibility than the OP!
The modern concept of Hell is routed in the Middle Ages (about 100 years after the death of Jesus). As Jesus and the disciples celebrated the Jewish religious festivals, such as Passover, it's highly likely that their idea of the afterlife is the same or similar to the Jewish one, where there is no Hell.
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