Unbelievable Story - Woman Attempts Suicide Went to Hell, Then To Heaven and Survived



  • 2011-11-05T16:41:19

Check out the book "23 minutes in hell" by Bill Weise. There are tons of scripture in that book that are associated this this womans experience.

  • 2011-11-05T04:21:45

Oh God loves us so much that He still talks to us through people about the end times.I wonder what else we want to see as a sign and proof to accept Jesus into our lives to be saved.BEHOLD THE DAYS AND TIMES ARE EVIL.lET'S BEWARE.

  • 2011-11-03T17:01:18

Chris Newbern ....I totally understand what you are saying here, why would he do it for her and not others??? He is a JUST God, so I think she is fabricating this story for publicity.

  • 2011-11-03T03:41:55

Pastor, i dont mean to be rude, but your responses are not very clear or accurate. Please be careful when posting. I will however say this last thing. We are in the end times. God has tried so many ways to get our attention and people fail to acknowledge him and still they reject him. God probably has to do extreme things because he wants everyone saved. This video proves that hell exists and God dosen't want you to go there and that he can save you when your alive, not when your dead. So dont wait till your dead to ask God to save you. Do it now while your still breathing!

  • 2011-11-03T03:34:49

For a pastor you haven't quoted Scripture once....

  • 2011-11-03T03:26:13

Im not sure what to make of this video entirely. I will say for everyone it is a warning and please do not wait to the last minute. Do not wait till your in hell to ask God for forgiveness because you are not getting it. One thing however she does mention is that she was not allowed to see heaven but she saw hell. But she was allowed to experience heaven without seeing it, that i find could be open to interpretation. Could it be that this testimony is so close to be from God that it's not? There's too many "ifs" and more questions compounded. I think for a weak christian or non believer they can misinterpret this vision. However when things are from God, there usually clearer. I have to raise some red flags on this video. But for those people who are seeking Christ. Dont wait, do it now, repent and accept Christ.

  • 2011-11-03T03:20:46

I'm going to "red flag " you being a pastor and your comments Chris. There not scriptual. Please to anyone reading the posts and watching videos. "Test" the spirits. You are allowed to. That's to clarify if the person preaching God is really from God or not. Wolves in sheeps clothing. Please be aware of this. Once God has passed judgement and you didn't repent or accept Christ in your life because it is your free will well then you my friend have destined yourself to hell. Once there you are never leaving. Please take out your bible and read it. I encourage this to everyone. The answers are there.

  • 2011-11-03T03:16:40

There is no way of knowing if someone was praying for her, only God would know that.

  • 2011-11-03T03:14:44

Chris your being too harsh. It's good that we question because we have to "test" the spirits. God is capable of anything. I can see how you say that Jesus saved us 2000 years ago, which he did. However someone could have been praying for her. Also was she a christian? or not? It's just her interpretation. But she did say that other people there were trying to warn people on earth that hell exisited. Clearly this story is a warning to others that hell exists and to avoid it. That i got from it. God performs many miracles, even on non believers. So please do not bash this woman. I've seen God save me from demons very dark super natural powers, so to me this story is very real. Chris the questions you've posted dosent help this posting. Your posting questions rather than answers. Please answer the questions you've posted yourself. God will probably not save everyone, she explains that there were others there but that she was the only one saved. Clearly there's more to this story which God can only know. It could've been a vision that was very sureal. At the end of the day she was given a second chance. However, one thing that i was waiting for her to say is "REPENT" which she didn't say. I would say that she's still a new christian and was not fully capable of reacting and interpreting such things like a mature christian would.

  • 2011-10-03T13:35:41

I read your comment and the questions that you asked (rhetorical I’m sure) compelled me to comment on them. Your first question: “I know some will say God and Jesus are one, but in this age of grace isn't it all about the Lord Jesus Christ who is pleading to the Father on our behalves?” God is one in essence and three in persons. This is not a contradiction. I am not saying that 1 is 3 or that God is one person and three persons, but that God is one in being and three in persons. A great physical example of this is that I am one person who also has three functions (daughter, sister, girlfriend). In the same way there is one God who exists as three persons (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). Isaiah 45:5 and James 2:10 show us that God is one being. To show the personhood of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, you must first know the criteria of personhood. To be considered a “person” one must know, love, and will. All throughout Scripture one can find verses proving that each person of God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) knows, loves, and wills (if you want the verses, I can give them too you). The Bible also teaches us that the Father, Son, and HS are also God (I can give those verses to you too). The main verse proving that the Trinity has existed from eternity on is Genesis 1:26 ‘Then God said, “Let us make human kind in our image, according to our likeness…’ So, it is not just the “some say they are one”, but that it is a biblical truth that they are one. The other part to your question you stated that Christ is pleading to the Father on our behalves. He never pleaded. The only pleading you will find in the bible was in the Garden when Christ pleaded for the Father to take the cup of burden from him, but it be not his will, but the will of the Father. It was the will of the Father to sacrifice the Son. Christ’s atonement was sufficient for all, although it is not efficient for all (not all will choose Christ). Christ’s death dealt with God’s wrath, brings us into a relationship with Him, and satisfies God’s expectations of us. Therefore, it was a done deal at Calvary. He is not still pleading for us, we are covered should we choose Christ by the means of faith. Your second question was: “but isn't it written that no man can see God?” This was very true in the Old Testament, but God has always revealed Himself through dreams and objects (Abraham’s dream and the burning bush). Yes it is too much to look on the real face of God, but that does not discredit her statement. She said she saw the hand of God, not the face. The other thing that you have to take into account is the very personality and love of God for his children; do you really think that God would show His face to her knowing full well that he proclaimed a person would die if they saw it? I believe that would be God setting God up to fail and that just doesn’t happen! I enjoyed everything else you had to say. If you have any questions for me, don’t hesitate.

  • 2011-10-03T13:34:54

Bobby Gianneschi: I applaud your knowledge of scripture. I think that it is wonderful that you are so willing to stand up for your faith! My only advice is that you be weary not to take verses out of context. If God intended for us to pick pieces of the Bible here and there to prove a point or compile an argument, He would have laid it out buffet-style. Make sure that the surrounding paragraphs also speak to your point before basing an argument on it. Another small pointer is to relax your frustrations when explaining your faith, especially to other believers. This will help you so much in your evangelistic journey! Pertaining to your salvation argument. You must understand that the Bible is saying that Christ’s blood shed was sufficient in that there was enough to cover ALL (everybody’s) sins, but it was not efficient for all. This means that not everyone will freely choose to know Christ. Also, there are two types of faith, Knowing Faith and Believing Faith. Knowing faith means one only knowing Christ with their mind (i.e. Satan and those who have not professed Christ as Lord and Savior with their mouths and believed it in their hearts), there are many people of knowing faith sitting in church pews every Sunday. You never know where you will find them. Believing or saving faith is knowing Christ with your mind and believing in Him with your heart. This is the only faith that will get you that one way ticket up! The last big thing that you need to be weary of when talking about faith, works, and justification is to be very careful and explain that “Justification by faith alone” is not by faith which is alone. Faith is not the cause of our salvation, but the means to it, and good works that are necessary are not meritorious; they do not earn, merit, or add to our justification. So, Christ is the cause of our salvation, faith is the means, and good works only show others that we are who we say we are.

  • 2011-10-03T13:33:42

I personally believe in predestination. History is God's Story. He determines what will happen. To this end, God predestines all that I do, but I freely choose to do it. Free will is assumed by responsibility. One of many biblical examples of this is Luke 22:22 "for the Son of Man is going as it has been determined, but woe to that one whom he is betrayed!” This text teaches that Judas’ betrayal was predetermined and that Judas is held responsible which tells us that he chose to betray Christ freely. In relation to this video, I believe that this woman was predetermined to experience this (we also know that she freely chose it because she was/is held responsible) and live to tell others about it. To say it is a “fixed” destiny is to take away free will, and to take away free will would be saying that not all are able to come to know Christ, that His death was not sufficient for all. I know I spun it out there, but if you logically follow the argument of “fixed” destiny, that’s where you inevitably end up. Another question you asked was where do you scripturally find that you will be “transformed” in hell…. Do you believe that you are transformed into Christ’s likeness? Or that Christ himself was transformed into a glorified body after he resurrected? Or even that our earthly bodies will be physically raised from the dead and transformed into glorified bodies for us to use after the Second Coming? If you answer these questions yes, then please answer why can’t your spiritual body (mind you because no earthly body will be resurrected until the Second Coming)be transformed into your deepest darkest toils and fears? (ref. Matt. 10:28). I am not telling you that you are wrong, just giving you food for thought.

  • 2011-10-03T13:32:42

I just finished watching the video... It hit me in a funny way, which led me to read most of your comments. One thing that I want to remind everyone of is the difference between an argument and a quarrel. In biblical argumentation, we (and God) use an “argument” to refer to logical discussion in which one gives good reasons for his conclusions. These reasons are designed to persuade the rational man (God used this in Isaiah 1:18). A quarrel is what I see going on here. A quarrel destroys a good argument by attacking the other party. As Christians, the other person’s position and feelings should be important to us, even if it is simply for empathy sake. A quarrel allows people to get so emotionally attached to the discussion that we cannot proceed in a good argument. NO ONE WINS! And no one learns anything! My hope is that whoever reads this will take it and use it in future discussions and evangelistic fields. I also felt it necessary to comment on some of the other comments if anyone wants to read those.

  • 2011-09-30T12:55:05

you are right sister. god bless you!

  • 2011-09-22T06:57:08

Chris Newbern I also do not agree. Gods word says " it is appointed for man once to die then to judgment. " If one is really in Hell he has already been judged. His time for grace has passed. Read the book & do not rely on what you think your heart is saying. In Love Bobby Hebrews 8;27

  • 2011-09-21T18:53:35

ONCE AGAIN HE WILL NEVER GO AGAINST HIS WORD even though He is all powerful " omnipotent. " Read my comment above. Who do you say is questioning " the Almighty. " It's what people say he does that is in Question.

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