Christian Teen Shares Final Thoughts Before His Death



  • 2011-12-30T21:43:24

This is beautiful. Thank you, Ben (and family), for sharing your story. God is already using it to inspire others. I love the music that you chose for the background of this video. Does anyone know who the artist is and what the name of the song is? I feel like I've heard it before...

  • 2011-12-30T21:42:51

Becky Dearinger Williams I agree with you, but who is judging themselves better than others?

  • 2011-12-30T21:29:24

Praise be to the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords for creating such a remarkable spirit. Ben (and family), thank you for blessing me to tears with your words. "Well done my good and faithful servant."

  • 2011-12-30T21:15:33

I'm crying with rejoice! I had a near death experience 4 years ago, experienced the same feeling of peace, love , acceptness, wholeness, completeness, which is undiscribable and uncomprehendable to humans that have not experienced... The Holy Spirit prompted Ben to make the video in hope that all would hear the truth...A-men. Do I believe..... I believed before my accident, and assuredly have abundant faith after. Jesus Christ is Lord!

  • 2011-12-30T20:27:20

Judgement and Discernment are 2 completely separate things. We are to DISCERN the spirits, not JUDGE them. Yes, we are known by our fruits, but I guarantee you that we ALL fall short of the kind of people that God would have us be. The scripture clearly tells "He who thinks he stands... take heed, lest he fall!" When we start judging ourselves as being better than others, we are ripe for the picking by the enemy.

  • 2011-12-30T20:23:22

Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved . have a personal relationship with him for salvation. he died for you that you might have eternal life!!!!!!!!

  • 2011-12-30T19:43:55

We are not to judge the world, but we are to judge those who call themselves Christians by their fruits.

  • 2011-12-30T19:16:34

Amen What a life. Thats how we should all be no matter how bad or good our life is Heaven is awaiting us and God's arms are wide open. Thank you for sharing this with us . Hey Edgardo. dont know you but we have the same last name and we both love Jesus, makes us brother's in the Lord :0

  • 2011-12-30T17:38:19

Melba, thank you for telling your story and the kind things you had to say.You are a kind and very strong person. Your son was blessed to have you as his mother. Please keep telling your story, alot of people can be comforted and even come to know Christ by hearing your story. My heart goes out to Ben's parents. And how proud Ben must have made you. I look forward to meeting all of you someday when we are in Heaven. God Bless you all.

  • 2011-12-30T17:16:11

So very true...He makes you like in Him!!!

  • 2011-12-30T16:57:53

Gives you something to think about!

  • 2011-12-30T16:56:26

Tina Roark-Barry Amen! :-)

  • 2011-12-30T16:56:16

There are perfectly scientific and medical explanations for what his brain was experiencing, but it is a sad story that he didn't make it.

  • 2011-12-30T16:53:59

Becky Dearinger Williams thanks for the reply. We have to question everything. It's our duty as Christians to make sure that all information is filtered through a biblical worldview. Otherwise, truth can and will be watered down. I think I made it pretty clear that I wasn't attacking, or judging, Ben's faith, necessarily, but rather, the wholehearted acceptance of him being a Christian based on the title of a video and a simplistic claim of a belief in God. There is nothing wrong with anyone challenging the claims of others. I did not put the word "Christian" in the title. The poster of the video did. All I said was," Based on what proof?"

  • 2011-12-30T16:27:37

I want to thank Ben's family for sharing this video. My middle son, Jason died in 2010 from a gunshot. While he was in surgery, I didn't know how to pray...usually I know how to pray. Finally, I asked God to do what was best for Jason and at that moment I knew the Lord was going to take him home, but I was at peace, knowing my son would have no more pain from the struggles he could not seem to overcome in his life. He was a Christian and Loved Jesus. His favorite song was "I Can Only Imagine" by Mercy Me and he played it often in the weeks before his life was taken. Even if Jason had survived, I was told by doctors that his life would have been as an invalid and would suffer greatly. God did the best thing for Jason. He was 31 years old.

  • 2011-12-30T16:26:43

What an awesome comment Melba, God bless you!

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