In 1992 Matthew Botsford was leaving a restaurant with two of his friends. As he stepped outside, shots rang out and he was hit multiple times. Matthew died on the spot. After being dead for several minutes, Paramedics came and worked on reviving Matthew. This video describes the horrors of Hell that he saw while the Paramedics were working to revive him.
By God’s standards, wickedness consists not only in actively doing that which is bad, but just as much in the failure to do good when it lies within our power to do it. The righteous are defined as those who serve god; the wicked as those who do not serve God. Once again the lesson is plain; not to serve God is in itself wickedness.
It was this wickedness that led to the condemnation and rejection of the unfaithful servant in each of two parables in the Bible. In neither of these parables did the rejected servant do anything evil; in each case the grounds of his rejection was merely that he failed to do the good that it was in his power to do. In both these parables Christ indicates that this same principle of judgment will be applied to all those who claim to be His followers and servants.
What did Jesus look like? Jesus came from racial lines which had blue eyes and golden hair. He is the picture of his mother, only he has not her smooth, round face. His hair is a little more golden than hers, though it is as much from sunburn as anything else. He is tall, and his shoulders are a little drooped; his visage is thin and of a swarthy complexion, though this is from exposure. His eyes are large and a soft blue, and rather dull and heavy.
Maria wants to tell all young people, that dancing, liquor and drugs brings you nothing but torment, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year because Hell is real. Don’t just go to church once a week, then go home and continue ignoring Jesus the rest of the week. You need to build the relationship with Jesus.
Bill Wiese – Is There Life After This? It is no secret that we are living in sobering times. 2 Timothy 3:1 states, “…in the last days perilous times shall come.” Many pride themselves on being prepared for any of life’s challenges. However, most are not prepared for what happens when they die. Everyone who …