Isaiah Saldivar and Bill Wiese on the Reality of Hell
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If you’ve ever questioned the reality of hell’s torment and the agony experienced there, Bill Wiese has seen the actual pain and suffering of what hell is like after his horrifying encounter.
“On Nov. 23, 1998, God gave me an experience that changed my life,” Wiese told Isaiah Saldivar in a recent livestream. “This was not a near-death experience, but this was an out-of-body experience that’s classified as a vision in the Bible in 2 Corinthians 12:2 when Paul was caught up in heaven in a vision.”
“Suddenly I was pulled out of my body like being drawn up out of your body and I saw my body fall to the floor and I started tumbling down this long tunnel and it was getting hotter and hotter and I landed on an actual stone floor in a prison cell in hell,” Wiese added.
Wiese shared that this event was so incredibly intolerable as the heat was beyond the point where anything could live. His body lost all strength as he encountered demons that were beyond disgusting. The reptilian creatures blasphemed and cursed God, clenching into his flesh and throwing him into a prison cell. Even more, all light was taken out from the room because without God, there is no light. The only thing that exists is darkness.
“God withdrew His light, it resumed His normal state of absolute pitch black darkness,” Wiese said. “But Lamentations 3:6 says he has set me in dark places as they that be dead of old. I was taken out of this prison cell, I was placed over next to this large raging pit of fire…it was not a metaphorical fire, it was real flames,” Wiese shared.
Wiese’s book, “23 Minutes in Hell” has changed lives for decades as he took this incredible, terrifying experience and wrote it down to share with the world. While the truth about hell is shocking and grave, Wiese’s experience has allowed people all over to be warned that there is indeed an afterlife, and we really will experience going either into the depths of hell or eternally basking in the glory of God. There is no other option. All will stand before God as their judge and He will either say “well done, my good and faithful servant,” or “depart from me; I never knew you.”
“There is no tolerable, comfortable level in hell,” Wiese warned. “Any level is far worse than your mind can even conceive.”
Hell is a real place, and many will experience its torment. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. If you are still alive and breathing, it is possible to call upon the name of the Lord and be saved. The God of all creation still wants you. He still wants you to choose a relationship with Him. The question is, have you made that decision?