Mark Moring wrote:Miller says his team interviewed "...people who claim to have seen hell first-hand."
Well we know that's not possible according to Luke chapter 16
"all this, between us and you there is a great gulf fixed,
so that those who want to pass from here to you cannot,
nor can those from there pass to us.’
‘If they do not hear Moses and the prophets,
neither will they be persuaded though one rise from the dead.’
In the event that there are those who are 'destined' for heaven or hell
would it seem unkind to put it in the face of those who are destined for hell?
Like in the midst of the great tribulation when there will be those who
take the mark of the beast and according to scripture are on their way to hell.
Would it be unkind to point out that fact to them when the time has come?
(not to mention dangerous) Is it possible that those who are perishing
would still have regrets and possibly compassion on those
who will refuse to accept the mark of the beast?
How sad it is to think about so many who will
perish into the flames of the lake of fire.
Not that we shouldn't warn others about
the reality of hell, we should,
for the sake of saving some.