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Heaven Is Real, but So Is Hell: An Eyewitness Account of What Is to Come

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32 out of 34 people found this review helpful.

In Heaven is Real but so is Hell one perceives the imperceivable

In Heaven is Real but so is Hell one perceives the imperceivable. This amazing book helps readers journey into a spiritual reality that exists around us, widening our vision and faith in God. Upon reading this extraordinary book, it has shown me how to become more deepl...
In Heaven is Real but so is Hell one perceives the imperceivable. This amazing book helps readers journey into a spiritual reality that exists around us, widening our vision and faith in God. Upon reading this extraordinary book, it has shown me how to become more deeply united with the Sacred Heart, which is the Heart of Jesus. This book also helped me better understand humanity's existence and that every creature was created by the Creator Himself, the One who Was, the One who Is, and the One who Is to Come! Our Father in Heaven. Every person in the world is meant to read this book! Truly it will show mankind how to live in Love who is God and to live a True Life in God. This book is truly life changing filled with abundant grace.

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76 out of 86 people found this review helpful.

While the number of five star reviews for this book shows that t

While the number of five star reviews for this book shows that there are people hungry for God, this book is filling them with occult teachings that are condemned in the Bible.  (Leviticus 19:31, Deuteronomy 18:10-14) 

Vassula Ryden is a medium who uses the occultic pr...
While the number of five star reviews for this book shows that there are people hungry for God, this book is filling them with occult teachings that are condemned in the Bible.  (Leviticus 19:31, Deuteronomy 18:10-14) 

Vassula Ryden is a medium who uses the occultic practice of automatic writing to receive messages from entities she calls `Yahweh', `Jesus', `Mary', and `Daniel'.  These messages contradict the Bible, contain bad theology, and misguide the reader in the way of salvation.  She claims to see angels, demons, the souls of the dead (pg. 7), and that at times they have possessed her (pg. 140) and spoke through her (pg. 139).  She also claims that people have seen Jesus' face superimposed over her own (pg. 135).

She admits she never studied theology or catechism (pg. 91) and that once when reading the Bible "the words were incomprehensible" to her and that "it was a tormenting experience" (pg. 27)

Throughout the book she writes of people in the church who refused to accept these messages were from God and who tried to warn her of their real source, but she doesn't listen.  She does however admit that the devil "often uses people for his purpose" and that he "sometimes will carry out his evil actions with subtly so as not to be exposed".  This is exactly what the Apostle Paul says in 2 Corinthians 11:14 when he writes that the devil masquerades as an angel of light.
  
Unknowingly, She admits this to be the case with her when she writes a church pastor telling him that his God is not her god (pg. 69)

For those people yearning to be brought closer to God, this book is not the way to go, instead there is no better place to look than the Holy Bible.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2013

    Though I believe that hell does exist for all that reject Jesus

    Though I believe that hell does exist for all that reject Jesus Christ as the ONLY savior from being judged to hell, I think this is an effort to distort the world thought process from accepting that there is ONLY ONE WAY to Heaven. (RJM)

    6 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2013

    I had to, at times, stop and pause to think, did Jesus really sp

    I had to, at times, stop and pause to think, did Jesus really speak to this author through auto writing, or what was the alternative? Any person of faith embraces the messages of Jesus and their meanings, and yes, we do need to acknowledge the status of our world with its' many faults, the chaos, and the harm we inflict on one another. We, the children of this world, who have already taken God the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit into our hearts, know this. What this author implies is that we need to be reminded of the teachings of Jesus. We do not need reminding. Where are we headed? Anyone who watches any daily news program knows. God gave us the free will to choose, and what this book asks is "What do you choose?"

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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