A Divine Revelation of Hell Debunked
An Outstanding Illustration of Orthodox Christianity’s Most Blasphemous Doctrine
The fire of God is good. Here it obliterates the most egregious of lies ever told about the Lord Jesus Christ. Mary Baxter, working from the platform of orthodox Christian doctrine, has served up a sensational tale of a personal tour of hell chaperoned by the Lord. This presents us with the perfect springboard for exposing the absurd and wicked notions of false Christianity.
Several have brought to our attention that Mary Baxter has published a book on the net in which she claims to have been taken on an extensive tour of hell by Jesus Christ. It is her stated purpose in life to spread the details of what she claims to have seen, according to the following words she says the Lord spoke to her:
“For this purpose you were born, to write and tell what I have shown and told you. For these things are faithful and true. Your call is to let the world know there is a hell and that I, Jesus, was sent by God to save them from this torment.”
We respond by declaring Mary Baxter is a straight out liar. She has made up all of this, the words from the Lord and her descriptions of hell and its inhabitants. She has done this to be someone special, a religious and spiritual hero. Meanwhile, her description of Jesus Christ, and the way it depicts His nature, character, and power, is downright blasphemous – straight out of the pits of hell itself.
We know this because we know the Lord Jesus Christ, which is the only way one can truly know. By His grace and power, we will prove that Mary’s stories are made up concoctions of confusion, which are supported by false religious teachings many in orthodox Christianity subscribe to in ignorance of the truth. This writing will serve well by demolishing the underlying diabolical doctrines and bringing light to many. There is so much more we can judge of her words and notions, but let what we address suffice, and if not, we can point out much more.
Mary starts her story:
“In March 1976 while I was praying at home, I had a visit from the Lord Jesus Christ. I had been praying in the Spirit for days when all at once I felt the very presence of God. His power and His glory filled the house. A brilliant light illuminated the room where I was praying, and a sweet and wonderful feeling came over me.”
Right here alone we know the report is false. If the Lord Jesus Christ had entered Mary’s house and filled it with His Presence, she would not have had a sweet and wonderful feeling. Though this is a common description by those deceived and deceiving, it is never the feeling reported by the saints of God when they come into the Presence of God, whether now or as reported in the Scriptures. Here is what John, for example, experienced when he was brought before the resurrected Lord Jesus Christ:
“And when I saw Him, I fell at His feet as dead. And He laid His right hand upon me, saying to me, Do not fear, I am the First and the Last” (Revelation 1:17).
But in reality, the wicked, like Mary, who make merchandise of God and tell lies about Him for their own personal gain, have this reaction when confronted by the Lord:
“And they said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us and hide us from the face of Him sitting on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb” (Revelation 6:16 MKJV).
Her story continues:
“Lights flowed in billows, rolling and folding into one another and rolling over and out of each other. It was a spectacular sight! And then the voice of the Lord began to speak to me.
He said, ‘I am Jesus Christ, your Lord, and I wish to give you a revelation to prepare the saints for My return and to turn many to righteousness. The powers of darkness are real and My judgments are true.
‘My child, I will take you into hell by My Spirit, and I will show you many things which I want the world to know. I will appear to you many times; I will take your spirit out of your body and will actually take you into hell.
‘I want you to write a book and tell of the visions and of all the things I reveal to you. You and I will walk through hell together. Make a record of these things which were and are and are to come. My words are true, faithful and trustworthy. I Am That I Am, and there is none beside Me.’”
The Lord’s saints don’t need this kind of tour, because we know the powers of darkness are real; we have presently been delivered from them:
“For He has delivered us from the power of darkness and has translated us into the Kingdom of His dear Son” (Colossians 1:13 MKJV).
The saints know His judgments are true, because by them we have received deliverance:
“But when we are judged, we are chastened by the Lord, that we should not be condemned with the world” (1 Corinthians 11:32 MKJV).
If the Lord is present with us, having delivered us from hell into His Kingdom, why would He speak to us of awaiting His return? He is already with us! And why would we need to go back to hell? The Lord does not require that:
“But to you I say, and to the rest in Thyatira, as many as do not have this doctrine, and who have not known the depths of Satan, as they speak, I will put on you no other burden” (Revelation 2:24).
Is God a fool, speaking contrary to what He has previously said and done? Or is Mary a glory seeker who thinks to have found her ticket to being someone important by making God say what she wants? Which do you, professing Christian, think to be more likely?
Hear more of her story about the hell and the Jesus she depicts, if you are undecided. And if you know the answer, let us confirm what you know.
“‘Behold, My child,’ Jesus said, ‘I am going to take you by My Spirit into hell so that you may be able to make a record of the reality of it, to tell the whole earth that hell is real, and to bring the lost out of darkness and into the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ.’”
In other words, by scaring people to death with the gruesome depictions of an awful and relentless torture chamber, they will now fall into the loving arms of their Savior, Who, according to Mary, is a vengeful and confused schizophrenic milksop, as you will soon see.
Question: If a soul sees hell, as Baxter describes, is filled with fear, and runs to her Jesus, will that soul say, “Thank you for saving me, Jesus”? Or will that soul say, “Whew, that was close! Good thing I made the right decision!”? In other words, is it self-salvation or Christ salvation? And what kind of gratitude can someone possibly have when threatened into decision? Does this sound like true salvation? We don’t think so!
She then puts these words in His mouth:
“‘These things you are about to see will always be with you. The world must know about the reality of hell. Many sinners and even some of My people do not believe that hell is real. You have been chosen by Me to reveal these truths to them. Everything I will show you about hell and all the other things I will show you are true.’”
Does the Lord, Who is the Truth, have to vouch for what He reveals as true? Those are not the words of the Lord of glory, the Truth Himself, but of carnival hucksters who trade on the credulity of the ignorant. Yet even they might have some basis for their claims, whereas Mary presents a figment of her perverse imagination as God Almighty. There can be no greater scam.
As for sinners not believing hell is real, how are the dead supposed to be able to perceive the state they are in? Not having experienced life or Heaven, how are they to have any contrast by which they can see the death and hell they are choosing or are now in?
“But he does not know that the dead are there; her guests are in the depths of hell” (Proverbs 9:18).
On the other hand, when the Holy Spirit of God convicts and quickens a soul in its death state, it is not fear of torment that moves that person to repentance, but revulsion at the exposed sin nature and abhorrence of self in the light of God’s glory.
What follows are descriptions of several of the souls Mary says she saw in hell.
“I looked and saw that the lost soul in the pit was caged inside a skeleton form. ‘My Lord,’ I cried at the sight, ‘Can’t you let them out?’ How awful was the sight! I thought, This could be me. I said, ‘Lord, how sad it is to see and know that a living soul is in there.’
I heard a cry from the center of the first pit. I saw a soul in the form of a skeleton, crying, ‘Jesus, have mercy!’
‘O, Lord!’ I said. It was the voice of a woman. I looked at her and wanted to pull her out of the fire. The sight of her broke my heart.
The skeleton form of a woman with a dirty-grey mist inside was talking to Jesus. In shock, I listened to her. Decayed flesh hung by shreds from her bones, and, as it burned, it fell off into the bottom of the pit. Where her eyes had once been were now only empty sockets. She had no hair.
The fire started at her feet in small flames and grew as it climbed up and over her body. The woman seemed to be constantly burning, even when the flames were only embers. From deep down inside her came cries and groans of despair, ‘Lord, Lord, I want out of here!’”
No kidding! This poor wretch is on fire forever, her flesh somehow and supposedly able to perpetually renew itself in a continual barbecue. Have you ever burned yourself? Recall how it hurt. Now think about experiencing that non-stop over your entire body, down to the bone, with no end, forever. What sadistic being would ever think or desire such a thing?
We have the evidence here that human beings are more than willing to imagine this for their fellow humans, but the thought never crossed God’s mind, according to His Own Words and demonstrated throughout His creation. His judgment is ever remedial and never for the sake of pain and suffering. We never see the likes of Baxter’s thinking in this world, and we read nothing in Scripture or hear from God of any such thing in the next. Read The Restitution of All Things.
“She kept reaching out to Jesus. I looked at Jesus, and there was great sorrow on His face.”
What a diabolical, wicked lie! Do you really believe that the All-Powerful, Wise, Loving Creator made mankind for such a destiny and is helpless to do anything about it? Knowing the end from the beginning, do you believe He purposely destined Himself to endless disappointment and sorrow as well, with no recourse whatsoever, though He personally laid down His life for everyone? Where can anyone find anything remotely in agreement with this in Scripture? What horrible blasphemy!
The Lord’s will is that none should perish, but that all should come to repentance (2 Peter 3:9). His mercy endures forever and cannot be thwarted from His cause. Who is going to stop Him from doing what He wills? Is He the victim of His own creation, or is He its Master? Only a satanic witch would depict the Lord in such a manner as Mary does, contradicting everything that is known of Him and His almighty power. The most wicked of witches call themselves by the Name of Christ!
“Jesus said to me, ‘My child, you are here with Me to let the world know that sin results in death, that hell is real.’”
The real Jesus never said, and doesn’t say, things like this. This world, which God has made, in every place and in every way declares these truths without any help from anyone.
Proverbs 1:20-22 BBE
(20) Wisdom is crying out in the street; her voice is loud in the open places;
(21) Her words are sounding in the meeting-places, and in the doorways of the town:
(22) How long, you simple ones, will foolish things be dear to you? And pride a delight to the haters of authority? How long will the foolish go on hating knowledge?
Those who believe don’t need special excursions to hell, like the whacked-out Disneyland ride Mary describes, to know these things. We know that sin results in death because Jesus Christ has made us alive! We were dead, just as God had warned Adam from the beginning he would be if he disobeyed:
“…but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, you shall not eat of it; for in the day that you eat of it you will surely die” (Genesis 2:17).
Now that we are delivered from this body of death into life through Christ, we know experientially that the wage of sin is death. But Mary is not a believer and doesn’t know Him, so she has her fictitious Jesus speaking meaningless religious platitudes in order to set herself up as the hero of the world.
As for death being the spiritual state of the living who don’t know Christ, this brings up the point that hell is also a state experienced in this present life. Hell is an internal state. Jesus said the Kingdom of God is within; hell is no different. What do you think His Kingdom comes to supplant, other than the dominion of hell? Jesus said, “I have come that they might have life.” Who needs life, but those in death and hell? And how can one have life in or with death and hell?
“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; they who dwell in the land of the shadow of death, on them the light has shined” (Isaiah 9:2 MKJV).
“I looked at the woman again, and worms were crawling out of the bones of her skeleton. They were not harmed by the fire. Jesus said, ‘She knows and feels those worms inside.’”
What is the purpose of these creatures? They are specially made to resist fire, to ensure added torment for the souls in Mary’s hell, because just burning these sinners forever is not nearly enough. No, they also have to be conscious of the worms that have infested their bodies. This is not the King of kings; it is the torturer of torturers. His passion for cruelty endures forever.
“‘God, have mercy!’ I cried as the fire reached its peak and the horrible burning started all over again. Great cries and deep sobs shook the form of this woman-soul. She was lost. There was no way out.”
But there is no mercy coming from Mary’s god. He just toggles between pathetic whimpering and stoic indifference – a real schizophrenic, forever. Her god needs a Savior.
“We came to the next pit. Inside this pit, which was the same size as the other one, was another skeleton form. A man’s voice cried from the pit, saying, ‘Lord, have mercy on me!’ Only when they spoke could I tell whether the soul was a man or woman.
Great wailing sobs came from this man. ‘I’m so sorry, Jesus. Forgive me. Take me out of here. I have been in this place of torment for years. I beg You, let me out!’ Great sobs shook his skeletal frame as he begged, ‘Please, Jesus, let me out!’ I looked at Jesus and saw that He too was crying.
‘Lord Jesus,’ the man cried out from the burning pit, ‘haven’t I suffered enough for my sins? It has been forty years since my death.’”
Doesn’t this poor fellow know we are just getting warmed up here, excuse my pun, and that this is going to go on and on and on and on and on and on and, well, you get the idea. He screams in pain, and this fake Jesus sobs about it. Isn’t it grand? Isn’t it glorious? Don’t you see how this glorifies God? What could be more wonderful?
To complete the torment, there is the pontificating, scolding Jesus who really rubs it in with some good old-fashioned Jewish grandmother guilt-tripping:
“Jesus said, ‘It is written, The just shall live by faith! All mockers and unbelievers shall have their part in the lake of fire. You would not believe the truth. Many times My people were sent to you to show you the way, but you would not listen to them. You laughed at them and refused the gospel. Even though I died on a cross for you, you mocked Me and would not repent of your sins. My Father gave you many opportunities to be saved. If only you had listened!’ Jesus wept.”
Yeah, you let him have it, fake Jesus; show him what a spoiled sport you are. You’ll make these people regret forever that they didn’t listen to you. Somehow you just weren’t able to get your point across effectively, so now you have all of eternity to rub it in and kvetch about it.
Why do you, fake Jesus, sustain life indefinitely while destroying it at the same time, anyway? Isn’t it only to nurse an eternal grudge and torment yourself in return? Why would you even have bothered with it all otherwise?
Or is this all man’s idea, and fake Jesus doesn’t exist?
“The man continued, ‘Lord, some of my people are coming here, for they also will not repent. Please, Lord, let me go tell them that they must repent of their sins while they are still on earth. I do not want them to come here.’
Jesus said, ‘They have preachers, teachers, elders-all ministering the gospel. They will tell them. They also have the advantages of the modern communications systems and many other ways to learn of Me. I sent workers to them that they might believe and be saved. If they will not believe when they hear the gospel, neither will they be persuaded though one rises from the dead.’”
What preachers and teachers are you talking about, fake Jesus? The ones who teach Diabolical Doctrines, such as eternal torment? The ones who walk in The True Marks of a Cult, such as these False Teachers Exposed? Yes, they teach men well in your ways of self-righteousness, which lead to the kind of bitterness you express here.
It is only appropriate that a fake Jesus would quote fake Scriptures: The Rich Man and Lazarus – A Pagan Parable.
Now here is a question to ponder:
If, according to Mary Baxter, her imaginary Jesus, and a fake parable, they will not believe when they hear the gospel or be persuaded though one returns from the dead, then how, in God’s Name, should they believe if Mary Baxter comes to them speaking of such a place? This is a rather confounded Jesus, is it not? Or is it a confounded Mary Baxter and orthodox Christianity?
Something to think about, and consider how contradictory and foolish Baxter’s story is. She goes on:
“At this, the man became very angry and began to curse. Evil, blasphemous words came from him. I looked on in horror as the flames rose up and his dead, decaying flesh began to burn and fall off. Inside this dead shell of a man, I saw his soul. It looked like a dirty-gray mist, and it filled the inside of his skeleton.
I turned to Jesus and cried, ‘Lord, how horrible!’
Jesus said, ‘Hell is real; the judgment is real. I love them so, My child. This is only the beginning of the frightful things I have to show you. There is much more to come. Tell the world for Me that hell is real, that men and women must repent of their sins.’”
Yes, Mary, you go tell the world about the greatest boogey man of all time, this fake Jesus of yours who cries while he fries, as though peeling onions. The forlorn smiley-face mask you hold up to his face is transparent, and we can see the devil behind it, which we gladly expose. Here is another of his fictitious victims:
“I looked back at the woman. Her cries were so sad. As I watched her, she put her bony hands together, as if in prayer. I couldn’t help crying. I was in a spirit form, and I was crying. I knew that people in hell felt all these things, too.
Jesus knew my thoughts. ‘Yes, child,’ He said, ‘they do. When people come here, they have the same feelings and thoughts as when they were on earth. They remember their families and friends and all the times they had a chance to repent but refused to do so. Memory is always with them. If only they had believed the gospel and repented before it was too late.’
I looked at the old woman once again, and this time I noticed that she had only one leg, and there seemed to be holes drilled in her hip bones. ‘What are these, Jesus?’ I asked.
He said, ‘Child, while she was on earth, she had cancer and was in much pain. Surgery was done to save her life. She lay a bitter old woman for many years. Many of My people came to pray for her and to tell her I could heal her. She said, ‘God did this to me,’ and she would not repent and believe the gospel. She even knew Me once, but in time she came to hate Me. She said she did not need God and did not want Me to heal her. Yet I pleaded with her, still wanting to help her, wanting to heal and to bless her. She turned her back on Me and cursed Me. She said she did not want Me. My spirit pleaded with her. Even after she had turned her back on Me, I still tried to draw her by My spirit, but she would not listen. At last she died and came here.’
The old woman cried out to Jesus, ‘Lord Jesus, please forgive me now. I’m sorry that I didn’t repent while I was on earth.’ With great sobs she cried out to Jesus, ‘If only I had repented before it was too late! Lord, help me out of here. I will serve You. I will be good. Haven’t I suffered enough? Why did I wait until too late? Oh, why did I wait until Your Spirit quit striving with me?’
Jesus said to her, ‘You had chance after chance to repent and serve Me.’ Sadness was written all over Jesus’ face as we walked away.
As I watched the old woman cry, I asked, ‘Lord, what is next?’”
Mary, haven’t you seen enough? How can you stand what you have already witnessed? The obvious answer to your question is: More ghastly torment of body and soul. Haven’t you already figured out there is an endless supply of it? But of course you know this, Mary, since you are the one making up this whopper ghost story about a fake Jesus and the ghouls in hell he can only torment, not help.
This is not the Jesus of the Scriptures Who preached the gospel to the spirits in prison so that they might live to God (1 Peter 3:19 and 4:6) – the Jesus Who is not only the First, the Alpha, but also the Last, the Omega of All Things (rather than torment). In the end, God says, all men will know and praise Him (even Mary Baxter, inventor of blasphemous fictions that disgrace the Name of God):
“Turn to Me, and be saved, all the ends of the earth; for I am God, and there is no other. I have sworn by Myself, the word has gone out of My mouth in righteousness, and shall not return, that to Me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear” (Isaiah 45:22-23 MKJV).
We do not see these knees in Mary’s concoction kneeling or their tongues swearing in righteousness, and we are certainly informed by this charlatan that they will never repent (God’s gift of true repentance and not this phony lip service compelled by suffering). She makes of God a first rate liar and the Scriptures a pack of lies.
Mary continues to pile the absurdities higher and deeper. In this last episode, she describes the Lord sending many of His people to the diseased woman, with the Lord Himself also pleading, to no avail. Where does one see this kind of thing in the Scriptures? The real Jesus likened His ministry to the days of Elisha, when there were many lepers in the land of Israel, but the prophet was only sent to heal one foreigner – no begging, no sobbing, no pleading. The Lord does not hang around and plead with those who do not believe, and neither do His people whom He counsels to wipe the dust from their feet.
Mary’s annoying, complaining, patronizing sore-loser Jesus bears no likeness to the Lord Jesus Christ of Scripture. Her invention does, however, resemble someone else who is being exposed here – Mary Baxter and likeminded companions, of whom there are not a few. Her Jesus reflects her own corrupt thoughts and ways. Instead of Jesus, when you read these episodes, substitute Mary’s name as the one expressing the thoughts she attributes to the one she calls “Jesus.” She is the offended party who would love to have people confess their wrongs against her, groveling at her feet. And she will not forgive them because it is “too late”:
“In the next pit was a woman on her knees, as if looking for something. Her skeletal form also was full of holes. Her bones were showing through, and her torn dress was on fire. Her head was bald, and there were only holes where her eyes and nose were supposed to be. A small fire was burning around her feet where she was kneeling, and she clawed the sides of the brimstone pit. The fire clung to her hands, and dead flesh kept falling off as she dug.
Tremendous sobs shook her. ‘O Lord, O Lord,’ she cried, ‘I want out.’ As we watched, she finally got to the top of the pit with her feet. I thought she was going to get out when a large demon with great wings that seemed to be broken at the top and hung down his sides ran to her. His color was brownish black, and he had hair all over his large form. His eyes were set far back into his head, and he was about the size of a large grizzly bear. The demon rushed up to the woman and pushed her very hard backward into the pit and fire. I watched in horror as she fell. I felt so sorry for her. I wanted to take her into my arms and hold her, to ask God to heal her and take her out of there.
Jesus knew my thoughts and said, ‘My child, judgment has been set. God has spoken. Even when she was a child, I called and called her to repent and to serve Me. When she was sixteen years old, I came to her and said, I love you. Give your life to Me, and come follow Me, for I have called you for a special purpose: I called all her life, but she would not listen. She said, Someday I will serve You. I have no time for You now. No time, no time, I have my life of fun. No time, no time to serve You, Jesus. Tomorrow I will. Tomorrow never came, for she waited too long.’
The woman cried out to Jesus, ‘My soul is truly in torment. There is no way out. I know that I wanted the world instead of You, Lord. I wanted riches, fame and fortune, and I got it. I could buy anything I wanted; I was my own boss. I was the prettiest, best-dressed woman of my time. And I had riches, fame and fortune, but I found I could not take them with me in death. O Lord, hell is horrible. I have no rest day or night. I am always in pain and torment. Help me, Lord,’ she cried.
The woman looked up at Jesus so longingly and said, ‘My sweet Lord, if only I had listened to you! I will regret that forever. I planned to serve You someday-when I got ready. I thought You would always be there for me. But how wrong I was! I was one of the most sought-after women of my time for my beauty. I knew God was calling me to repent. All my life He drew me with cords of love, and I thought I could use God like I used everyone else. He would always be there. Oh yes, I used God! He would try so hard to get me to serve Him, while all the time I thought I didn’t need Him. Oh, how wrong I was! For Satan began to use me, and I began to serve Satan more and more. At the last I loved him more than God. I loved to sin and would not turn to God. Satan used my beauty and my money, and all my thoughts turned to how much power he would give me. Even then, God continued to draw me. But I thought, I have tomorrow or the next day. Then one day while riding in a car, my driver ran into a house, and I was killed. Lord, please let me out.’ As she spoke her bony hands and arms reached out to Jesus while the flames continued to burn her.
Jesus said, ‘The judgment is set.’”
Yes, there is no forgiveness with Mary Baxter. Watch her rip her teeth into this next fellow, while smiling angelically, as if to say, “I would never do such a thing! I am a deeply spiritual Christian who loves and cares for everyone!” Mllech!
“In this next pit was a large-framed man. I heard him preaching the gospel. I looked in amazement to Jesus for an answer, for He always knew my thoughts. He said, ‘While he was on earth, this man was a preacher of the gospel. At one time he spoke the truth and served me.’
I wondered what this man was doing in hell. He was about six feet tall, and his skeleton was a dirty, grayish color, like a tombstone. Parts of his clothing still hung on him. I wondered why the flames had left these torn and tattered clothes and had not burned them up. Burning flesh was hanging from him, and his skull seemed to be in flames. A terrible odor came from him.
I watched the man spread his hands as if he were holding a book and begin to read Scriptures from the make-believe book. Again, I remembered what Jesus had said: ‘You have all your senses in hell, and they are a lot stronger here.’ The man read Scripture after Scripture, and I thought it was good. Jesus said to the man with great love in His voice, ‘Peace, be still.’ Immediately, the man stopped talking and turned slowly to look at Jesus.
I saw the man’s soul inside this skeletal form. He said to the Lord, ‘Lord, now I will preach the truth to all the people. Now, Lord, I’m ready to go and tell others about this place. I know that while I was on earth, I didn’t believe there was a hell, nor did I believe You were coming again. It was what people wanted to hear, and I compromised the truth to the people in my church. I know I didn’t like anyone who was different in race or color of skin, and I caused many to fall away from You. I made my own rules about heaven and right and wrong. I know that I led many astray, and I caused many to stumble over Your Holy Word, and I took money from the poor. But, Lord, let me out, and I will do right. I won’t take money from the church anymore. I have repented already. I will love people of every race and color.’
Jesus said, ‘You not only distorted and misrepresented the Holy Word of God, but you lied about your not knowing the truth. The pleasures of life were more important to you than truth. I visited you Myself and tried to turn you around, but you would not listen. You went on your own way, and evil was your lord. You knew the truth, but you would not repent or turn back to Me. I was there all the time. I waited for you. I wanted you to repent, but you did not. And now the judgment has been set.’
Pity was on the face of Jesus. I knew that if the man had listened to the Savior’s call, he would not be here now. O people, please listen.
Jesus spoke to the backslider again, ‘You should have told the truth, and you would have turned many to righteousness with God’s Word, which says that all unbelievers will have their part in the lake that burns with fire and brimstone. You knew the way of the cross. You knew the way of righteousness. You knew to speak the truth. But Satan filled your heart with lies, and you went into sin. You should have repented with sincerity, not halfway. My Word is true. It does not lie. And now it is too late, too late.’ At that, the man shook his fist at Jesus and cursed Him.
‘Child,’ He said to me, ‘it is not the Father’s will that anyone perish. Satan deceives many, and they follow him. But God is forgiving. He is a God of love. If these had truly come unto the Father and repented, He would have forgiven them.’ Great tenderness covered Jesus’ face as He spoke.”
This foul, despicable monster Mary imagines and calls Jesus is an accursed liar and imposter. He does not love, he does not forgive, he does not care for anyone, and he is certainly not God Almighty. If that man in torment could be given moments of peace and stillness, as depicted here, why should he not be granted more? What would be the point of his continuing intense pain with no hope of change or pardon? Is it to scare others?
And how is it that this man, presumably having known more, and thereby deserving more stripes, is not receiving them? How is it he is able to preach without too much difficulty? Can you speak with one finger directly over a flame? Try it. How about your entire body?
But oh, we forget, don’t we? There is miracle upon miracle performed in hell. After all, God is a God of miracles and of the impossible, is He not? Bodies continuously enveloped in flames can continue indefinitely; pain intense far beyond what we can experience on earth but men are able to preach while burning; a “told you so” setup from a “loving” God, a mournful Jesus whose “joy” we are supposed to have, being one with Him, while He suffers the eternal loss of multitudes – the list of miraculous perversities and laws contrary to the laws of nature and God go on in perpetuity.
So what are we to learn by the laws and examples of nature here on earth if they are irrelevant in the world to come, according to what Mary reports to have seen in hell? Jesus, while teaching spiritual principles pertaining to the afterlife, must have been a liar or a fool in using the things of this world as object lessons, if according to Mary’s descriptions, these lessons do not apply in the world to come.
Why do we experience pain, for example, if not to warn, punish, and correct? But such purposes are lost in Baxter’s story. The doctrine of endless terrible torment has no origin in truth and reality, whether in this world or any other.
Mary, you try to conceal your wicked, lying heart with phony words of tenderness and love, speaking in religious terms you have stolen from the Lord’s mouth. But He Who is Light sees you (there is no place to hide from Him), and now He exposes and apprehends you. He will deal with you, and not in the manner you fiendishly describe of Him.
Isn’t this the kind of thing Muslims do to those they consider infidels – threaten with torture and beheading if they don’t convert to Islam?
Truly, the Muslims are, in this life, infinitely more merciful to their victims than this scoundrel Jesus of orthodox Christian theology. They threaten, torment, maim, torture, but finally kill, whereas this orthodox Christian Jesus will never put his subjects out of their misery – indeed, with supernatural powers, he will create every form of torment imaginable and magnify the pain manifold. Pain and discomfort would never do; even intense pain would never do; it must be unimaginably excruciating, truly unbearable, and even then, a million years of it won’t do; a billion won’t do; it must never, never end, even as man’s bitterness and vindictiveness do not end.
You realize of course, that this doctrine does not originate with Mary Baxter, but with orthodox Christianity. She is only taking advantage of common popular belief. How else does she receive the red carpet treatment to major televangelist programs, like Sid Roth, and tolerated if not welcomed with open arms by the majority of nominal Christendom, that orthodox Christianity that is drunken with the blood of prophets and saints of all ages?
Tell me this, dear reader: What does Sid Roth’s entertainment and promotion of such heinous lies about Yeshua HaMashiach have to say about him and others who speak and do the same?
People, God never compels anyone to come to Him and confess their sins and unrighteousness by threat of supernatural arm twisting and setting of bodies on fire. God brings one to confession for the sake of reformation, not for the sake of avoiding torture and regret that has no remedy or redemption. Indeed, true confession of sin is the seed of redemption, the putting away of evil and the receiving of forgiveness through Jesus Christ. Those who are hardened in their waywardness do not have the capacity to confess:
Revelation 16:8-11 MKJV
(8) And the fourth angel poured out his vial onto the sun. And it was given to him to burn men with fire.
(9) And men were burned with great heat. And they blasphemed the name of God, He having authority over these plagues. And they did not repent in order to give Him glory.
(10) And the fifth angel poured out his vial on the throne of the beast, and its kingdom became darkened. And they gnawed their tongues from the pain.
(11) And they blasphemed the God of Heaven because of their pains and their sores. And they did not repent of their deeds.
Humanity is imprisoned by its sin nature, from which Jesus Christ came to free us. And free us He does and will:
Revelation 7:9-10, 15-17 MKJV
(9) After these things I looked, and lo, a great multitude, which no man could number, out of all nations and kindreds and people and tongues, stood before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed with white robes, with palms in their hands.
(10) And they cried with a loud voice, saying, Salvation to our God sitting on the throne, and to the Lamb…
(15) Therefore they are before the throne of God, and they serve Him day and night in His temple. And He sitting on the throne will dwell among them.
(16) They will not hunger any more, nor thirst any more, nor will the sun light on them, nor any heat.
(17) For the Lamb Who is in the midst of the throne will feed them and will lead them to the fountains of living waters. And God will wipe away all tears from their eyes.
And what about the real hell? Jesus said:
“But I will show you Whom you should fear: fear Him Who after He kills, has authority to cast into hell; yes, I say to you, fear Him!” (Luke 12:5 EMTV)
Jesus was not saying that people should fear being tormented in flames. He was saying to fear God – pay the utmost respect to Him in all that you do, because He has complete control over everything – you are entirely in His hands. You have been bought and paid for with a fearful price – the blood of His Son, Jesus Christ, and you are held accountable to Him.
The Lord’s next words confirm what I say:
“Are not five sparrows sold for two copper coins? And not one of them is forgotten before God. But the very hairs of your head have all been numbered. Do not fear therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows” (Luke 12:6-7 EMTV).
If God does not forget the sparrows, but takes care of them, how much less does He cast off mankind, who is made in His image? God does not consider mankind valuable because He looks forward to torturing the majority of you in an endless fiery hell. He Who knows you down to the smallest detail looks forward to the end He has in mind for you, a good and not the evil one liars and sinners have insisted on in their bitterness, trying to control others for their own gain.
Mary Baxter and company, you preach another Jesus, and another gospel, and have received another spirit, other than the Jesus Christ and the gospel Paul the apostle and all true messengers of God preach.
“For if, indeed, the one coming proclaims another Jesus, whom we have not proclaimed, or if you receive another spirit, which you did not receive, or another gospel, which you never accepted, you might well endure these” (2 Corinthians 11:4 MKJV).
Orthodox Christianity, you are foul! You are the mother of harlots, the dwelling place of demons, a prison of every unclean spirit, and a cage of every unclean bird. You have been drunk with the blood of all the prophets and martyrs of Jesus slain from the beginning of the world. At last, after so long a time, your time is finished.
“Rejoice over her, heaven, and you holy apostles and prophets; for God has avenged you on her” (Revelation 18:20 KJV).
More about Baxter’s sister in delusion:
Zambrano Mora, Angelica:
The works of men try to outdo one another by making a greater sensational splash. Now Angelica Zambrano makes her grandiose entrance into the Heaven and Hell visitation sweepstakes, with much at stake. For her, she can become famous and well-supported. For you, you can believe outrageous lies that bring the real torments of Hell to those who believe the false and satanic Christ she presents.
I point out here just one item from a multitude of glaring falsehoods in her story. She writes:
“There were demons mingling with the people: the demons in appearance looked like alligators and they were walking on four legs. They were comfortable in that environment and were constantly teasing and tormenting the humans. The noise that the demons were making was more like a celebration, as they seemed happy and carefree; they were also dancing and jumping all the time. The humans, on the other hand, looked miserable and depressed; they were in a state of helplessness and hopelessness. The noise from humans was caused by pain; they were weeping, screaming and gnashing their teeth, and were in a desperate situation of unimaginable pain and agony.”
What’s the moral of the story? Why not be a demon and be happy doing evil?