Free Chapter Download – 23 Minutes In Hell

10th Anniversary Edition of 23 Minutes in Hell by Bill Wiese.

 

Bill experienced something so horrifying it continues to captivate the world today. Bill saw the searing flames of hell, felt total isolation, smelled a putrid and rotting stench, heard deafening screams of agony, and experienced terrorizing demons. Finally, the strong hand of God lifted him out of the pit.

This expanded anniversary edition includes more than 150 Bible verses referencing hell for further study. Also included is the new section, “Wrestling With the Big Questions” where Bill answers these and many other questions:

  • Is hell eternal, or are those in hell simply annihilated?
  • Is hell a literal burning place? Where is hell?
  • Can demons torment people in hell?
  • Why do some people who have near-death experience see a bright light?
  • Will those who never heard of Jesus go to hell?
  • Why can’t God let someone out of hell after a certain period of time?
  • Does occasional sin deserve eternal punishment?

“My sincere hope is that this book is the closest you will ever come to experiencing hell for yourself.” – Bill Wiese

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The Joy of Seeing a Life Changed!

“I was saved because of this man’s testimony! I’m so grateful that he was obedient to tell of his experience. I will not be going to hell now because I received a good scare and wake up call, and asked God to spare me from this horrid place! I was one of those people! Never read the bible…but I did buy this book for some odd reason…and God used it to save me!!! I believe God sent this man to hell to come back and tell about it for stubborn people like myself who wouldn’t find it in the bible that I was not reading. I got saved after I read 23 Minutes in Hell so I’m extremely grateful!” – M.P.

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