That's kinda where I am too. While I don't discount the possibility that people who have near death experiences do get glimpses beyond the veil, it seems unlikely to me that a person would be taken on a tour of Hell and pointed at specific individuals like that. It does come across as a very Catholic perspective (not a criticism, just an observation). It feels like it would be more likely that the message to take back to humanity would be one of love and hope.Hopefully it helps someone who needs it.
I am rather torn on such testimonies, myself, probably because of my suspicious nature regarding human kind! However I have to hold in my mind at all times Romans 14:4. And there was certainly a time when I would have simply judged outright this to be either fabricated or delusions (or both), but thankfully God showed me at one point how wrong I can be and gave me a whole heaping helping of humility through the experience.
Yeah that's a good point, I forgot that part. But IIRC the girl in question was from a Catholic background, right? I wonder what her local leaders think of it all.The testimony is a bit anti-Catholic by talking about the pope's greed, fornication, and Mary not listening to people's prayers.
Nothing in the testimony was unbiblical, an interesting recollection regardless
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