Tag Archives: Hell

23 Minutes in Hell

10 Dec

by Bill Wiese

From the back cover: Bill Wiese saw the searing flames of hell, felt total isolation, and experienced the putrid and rotting stench, deafening screams of agony, terrorizing demons, and finally, the strong hand of God lifting him out of the pit. “Tell them I am coming very, very soon!”

This is a very believable description of hell as experienced, not just viewed, by the author.

Although the book does not contain as much information about the many places of hell as Roger Miller’s book, it is graphic and well footnoted, making it a great gift for someone who may not be totally convinced about the reality of hell.


My Time in Heaven

6 Sep

by Richard Sigmund

The author is reported to have been dead for 8 hours when he had his first experience in heaven. Since then he claims to have been to heaven more than eighty times, accounting for much of the detail in this book.

It is great for children or for someone who does not know Christ. The book is well written, easy to read, and has a very brief account of a revelation of hell.

Reading this book should fill the reader with awe and a great longing to be in the presence of God.

While Out of My Body I Saw God, Hell, and the Living Dead

13 Jul

by Dr. Roger Mills

After being taken out of his body, Roger Mills is brought face to face with God, who commissions Mills to reveal to those on the earth the things that he is shown. After reading this sobering account of what Mills saw in the “Outer Darkness” and other parts of what we usually call hell, I was moved with a great feeling of gratitude for my salvation.

I cannot imagine anyone remaining lukewarm in his relationship with God after reading about what happens to such souls in hell. This is a very thought-provoking and moving account of eternal realities we may skim over lightly when reading the Bible.