In his near-death experience of hell, he saw Christians who refused to forgive


By Mark Ellis —

Alec Rex (Screengrab from Facebook Messenger)

Alec Rex was driving down a busy street in Adelaide, Australia on February 15, 2016 when he suffered a massive heart attack and his heart stopped.

He slumped forward on the steering wheel, traffic stopped around him, and a woman came rushing over to his car.

“She opened the door and tried to get me out but I was in a seatbelt,” Alec recalls.

As she struggled to free him, she forgot to turn off the ignition and the car began moving forward. “The car took off and got up to about 30 miles per hour. She was still hanging on to the car.”

When she saw they were going to hit another vehicle, she let go and fell headlong to the pavement. “It was a miracle she wasn’t killed. She hit the ground and saw me hit the vehicle. She pulled herself together and ran 100 yards.”

The young woman was a corrections officer who just left her shift. When she started CPR she was certain Alec was dead.

Providentially, an ambulance was among the vehicles caught in the traffic jam. “A couple doctors raced over and started working on me. In the police report it says they resuscitated me five times. That means I died five times. They put me in the ambulance and took me to the hospital. I was dead.”

Doctors could find little reason for hope, but then Alec surprised them. “They didn’t know what to do with me. I came back to life. I was thrashing about, punching them. I came back to life. They were stunned.

“According to the MRI, my heart was badly damaged because one of the main arteries was blocked. They put a stent in there.”

The hospital also discovered pneumonia in his lungs, so they placed Alec in an induced coma following his surgery.

“My heart was so badly damaged they said to my wife there is a possibility I would have a 10 percent chance to live. If I survived, I would be a vegetable.”

But God was about to demonstrate his power in a way that would surprise the doctors. And while Alec was hovering between life and death, he was transported to a nether region beyond this world.

“In front of me was like a veil, the gates of Hell,” Alec recounts. “I was at the gates of hell, but not in hell.” Everything appeared two-dimensional to him, like he was watching a TV.

Then he heard a voice say, “Jesus I know but you I don’t.”

But to his right another voice said: I am the Lord God. I am going to heal you and make you new.

Alec recognized that Jesus was speaking to him and He could read Alec’s thoughts.

Jesus’ presence provided the light for Alec to see. “Others there couldn’t see Him or hear Him.

Then Lord impressed on his heart, I will do what I want to bring your healing. I will show you the power of the Holy Spirit.

Then an astonishing sight met Alec. “Around me was a sea full of people,” he recounts. “I couldn’t see their faces. They were joined together in chains.”

Jesus impressed on his heart: These people call themselves Christians but they couldn’t forgive their brothers and sisters.

Jesus mentioned to Alec to pay attention to the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant and instructed him about its meaning. “I was taking this all in. He only allows you to remember what he wants you to remember. I can’t add to what he told me.”

During his near-death experience at the gates of hell, Alec says that Jesus also told him a worldwide revival is coming that will be greater than Azusa Street or the Welsh revival. There will not be anything like it, Jesus told him.

“It is not just people getting saved,” Alec adds. “It is the bride being made perfect, without spot or blemish.

The Lord communicated to him, What the world deems insignificant is what I am going to use in this revival.

Alec was in the coma for three weeks. During that time, doctors debated about whether or not to turn off his life support.

But then God breathed new life into his body. “They were going to switch off the machine,” he recounts. “God brought me back to life. It is a medical fact I was dead for 20 minutes in the hospital. My brain is now 100%.

“Praise God everything changed. I am one miracle after another.”

After Alec came out of the coma, the head ICU nurse told his wife Beth, “Your husband’s vital signs are 100%.”

The next morning Dr. Matthew Worthley, a cardiologist and professor at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, came into his room, looked at his file and said, “You were dead but you’re alive. You’re a miracle.”

Other doctors were equally amazed. “At the surgery there was a vascular heart surgeon, Dr. Raja. He shook his head and said, ‘I was there when you came back to life. I was there when they took the MRI of your heart. It was so badly damaged. I can’t understand it. There is no sign of a heart attack, no sign of any scarring. Your heart is 100%.’”

When Alex left the hospital he got a standing ovation from the nurses. “They said, ‘This is the guy who was dead and came back.’ I thanked all the nurses and doctors. There were doctors there with tears.”

While Alec is grateful to be alive, he is even more ecstatic about what God is doing. “I believe the bridegroom is coming soon — two years, five years, 10 years — I don’t know when, but it’s exciting.”

He believes God will use the current U.S. president, “as crazy as Trump seems,” in the revival. “God will use him. Impossible things are happening. The bride is going to be beautiful — her appearance, her apparel and her beauty.”


  1. Forgiveness without repentance is unbiblical. As such, I dont know if any of these near death experiences are real because the Bible says apostle Paul was not allowed to say what he saw.

    • This is what was spoken by the prophet Joel:
      ‘And in the last days it shall be, God declares,
      that I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh,
      and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy,
      and your young men shall see visions,
      and your old men shall dream dreams.

    • Amen brother! Without contrition mankind is condemned. Those who admit no guilt can’t accept forgiveness.

    • I think you’re confusing forgiveness with reconciliation. Jesus died for us “while we were yet sinners” Romans 5:8. Repentance is accepting God’s forgiveness, but His forgiveness was already in place through the finished work of Christ of the cross. In the same way, God expects us to forgive regardless of our offender’s response. If they repent, our relationship is reconciled but if not, I still must forgive.

    • I don’t think Paul was saying he was not literally allowed to say what he saw. When he said it would be unlawful, I think it was an expression. As in, no words of mine could do it justice, in describing what he saw. So he wasn’t even going to try. Any words he used, would fall utterly short in describing the real glory he saw in the 3rd Heaven. Just my opinion though..

      • I agree with you Mike, I had a revelation a few years ago and although I consider myslef to be an excellent author, I have never been able to find adequate words to describe what occurred, so I don’t even try.

    • Paul was caught up into the third heaven (the highest realm,) and saw and heard things which were unutterable..which were os sacred he could not share them. This man in the testimony, was taken to the gates of hell – big difference. I know that here in New Zealand, many years ago, on the front page of our national newspaper, was the account given of a man who was an aetheist, blasphemer and drunkard. He died of a heart attack and went down to hell. The description he gave is exactly as Jesus described it, he looked up and saw a tiny prick of light in the distance and a voice from above, boomed, “One more chance!” He found himself shooting up toward the light, until he came to on the bed in the doctors surgery. He became a devout Christian after that, having turned from his wicked ways to follow Jesus.
      Many other such like testimonies one hears of..some of them ring true.

    • I believe many NDE’s are real but this one is very doubtful because of this statement, ” “It is not just people getting saved,” Alec adds. “It is the bride being made perfect, without spot or blemish.” The bride is already without spot or blemish because Jesus paid the price for our sins and has forgiven all our sins

    • Forgiveness on whose part and repentance on whose part? Looking for clarity, to understand the deeper message of what you are saying. Will you expound?

  2. I have questions about this alleged vision too. It is unlikely the earth would be overwhelmed with belief before the end. In Luke Jesus asks will he find faith on the earth when he returns, implying no. Moreover a much cited view of the future from Ken Peters, saw a revival occurring post Rapture during the Tribulation. There are also considerations I have put in my most recent website article that while they cannot be conclusive are nonetheless very suggestive. See “Peace and Security and the Antichrist maybe” at

    • Are you sure that Jesus is about to come back within a few years? Possibly He will but not within hundreds of years. There may be a huge, miraculous revival of the christian Faith very soon but the revival could possibly be delaying some decades or centuries later.
      We must experience the Antichrist’s devastation beforehand.

    • No such thing as rapture. When the end comes, the weeds will be gathered first and burnt with unquenchable fire. Then the wheat will be gathered into his barn.

      • That is the Rapture… The weeds being gathered up first to be burned!

        As in the days of Noah, so it will be at the end of time. Noah was left behind. The Damned were Raptured in the flood. Lot was left behind. Sodom and Gomorrah Raptured. Passover, First born of the Jews left behind, the first born of the Egyptians raptured. At the red sea, the Jews left behind, the army chasing them, Raptured.

        The Second Coming and the Rapture are two separate and completely opposite events.

    • We are no where near the end. To many people think tomorrow is the end and base their theology on the “day and the hour.” Clearly the false notion of once saved always saved is coming to light. There will be those on the Lord’s left and right. Which side you end up on is based on what you did for the least of His brethren!!!

  3. I’ve heard many testimonies that supports this man’s testimony. Jesus stressed in Matthew 6:15 that if you don’t forgive others, your Father in Heaven won’t forgive you. It won’t be strange walking in Heaven being unforgiven by God. I wouldn’t just blow off this testimony, it could save a life or two.

    • As dificult as forgiveness, making amends and reconciliation are – I discovered that when you ask Holy Spirit to help, it really can go well. The most amazing thing is that once I did this, I felt completely free, light as a feather! It wasn’t even nearly as horrible and unfathomable as I had imagined. I determined later that forgiveness breaks devil’s hold on our lives. Since this occurred, I am especially cautious in not allowing offense to take hold in my spirit again.

  4. I am a practicing emergency physician and have witnessed many deaths and several near death experiences. This one is like none I have ever had relayed to me. I do not understand them but do recognize they are real. I pray there will be a spiritual reawakening but cannot realistically envision that with our current moral decay. God help us. God help us all.

    • When Trump entered the Presidential race, I thought he was a shill for the Democratic Party, running to knock other Republican contenders out of the possibility of winning, so Hillary Clinton would win. When he became the Republican nominee, I was horrified. I am a Republican, and I have despised Donald Trump since I first knew of him 30 years ago. When it came time to vote, I considered skipping the vote for President, because I just could not stomach him, and would never vote for Clinton. But after much prayer and thought, I went into the voting booth and held my nose, so to speak, and voted for him. I didn’t think he could win the Presidency in a million years.

      When he won, I was stunned. I hate his bombastic way of talking. But I have to say, I feel very happy at what he is doing as President. I feel finally, finally someone is actually putting a stop to the march of evil in our land, and reversing it. I was so happy when he ended that HHS Mandate evil Obama created.

      I have heard several places various spiritual people made statements long before Trump’s running for President that God was going to use Donald Trump to bring America back to Him. I didn’t believe it then. I thought it was absurd.

      God can do anything. Perhaps God is answering the many, many prayers of faithful believers begging for His help against the wickedness of the evil that has infiltrated our governments. Perhaps God is moving mightily. I don’t know. I just keep praying.

      • I thought Trump a buffoon, but even though I am a registered Democrat, I couldn’t stomach Hilary, she is really demonic! Even if Trump did nothing else, it was worth having him if only to establish and embassy in Jerusalem. This wouldn’t be the first time God used a pagan to further the casue of Kingdom building. (Nehemiah’s time)

    • Some of the medical details of this account are perplexing to me. When he talks about the car accident and about the stent placement, I am a bit puzzled, medically – this account doesn’t quite add up.
      I certainly understand events ocur that are unexplainable. My duaghter totaled my suburban, it rolled three times. An eye witness said a man helped her out of the vehicle. She walked away without a scratch. The “man” appeared out of nowhere, he was not in a vehicle. My husband had died of leukemia shortly before this accident. The woman’s description matched that of my husband. Less than two weeks later, I would be the first to arrive on the scene of an accident. The young girl who died in my arms ( I am a nurse) could have been my daughter’s twin. The car she was thrown from was barely scratched. I was left wondering about God’s actions, who He takes, why and when. The bible says God knows befoe we are born the day, hour and minute of our death. I think it wise to be on the safe side and just go ahead and ask forgiveness, forgive others, make amends and reconcile. What’s the worse that could happen? Maybe we should all go to church and take our children with us?

  5. Romans 8:32-34
    He who did not spare His own Son but gave Him up for us all, how will He not also, along with Him, freely give us all things?

    Who will bring any charge against God’s elect? It is God who justifies. Who is there to condemn us? For Christ Jesus, who died, and more than that was raised to life, is at the right hand of God—and He is interceding for us.

    Who is there to condemn us? For Christ Jesus, who died, and more than that was raised to life, is at the right hand of God — and He is interceding for us.

    Romans 8:1
    Therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.

    1 John 2:1-2
    My little children, I am writing these things to you so that you will not sin. But if anyone does sin, we have an advocate before the Father—Jesus Christ, the Righteous One.

    He Himself is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not for ours alone, but also for the sins of the whole world.

  6. The one he identified as Jesus said people who “call themselves Christians” not “Christians.” Also,
    Matthew 6 is pre- resurrection. After the resurrection, we are taught salvation is a free gift that doesn’t depend on good works. I would say that being able to forgive is a good work.

  7. I’m seeing revival in my own life. I Pray for People to get Healed of infections, bad backs and hips,vertigo,Brain injuries etc. I’m also seeing a remnant rising up on Facebook for Revival with live Worship and Miracles. I guess you have to look at the glass as half full not half empty.

  8. The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant makes me think about Purgatory. At the gates of hell, but not in hell. people forgiven of their sins, but refuse to forgive other people that sined against them. and now must pay their debt through suffering.

  9. If Purgatory, we should pray for the dead. They may have debts that can only be paid by our prayers or their suffering.

  10. What does forgiveness feel like? I say I forgive and I pray for the person but I am still mad inside. How do you know you have forgiven?

    • forgiveness, like love is a decision. We must choose to forgive, God requires it.
      feelings can come and go, but often we do not control feelings, but we can control how we react to feelings
      how do we know we have forgiven? We pray for those who have harmed us, we pray for God to bless them.
      To increase their gifts of faith, hope, love, etc.
      God bless you

    • You know you’ve forgiven when you can pray for good things and blessings for the person, for their health and healing, and for their conversion; when you can ask God to forgive them.
      You know you’ve forgiven when all bitterness about the event of the past is gone, and you do not want any sort of revenge or recompense.
      You know you’ve forgiven if you can imagine them coming to you and sincerely saying they are sorry, and asking you to forgive them, and in your mind you believe you would.

    • Fergis: Too many people say we should forgive another Christian carte blanc, with no repentance from the offender who is a Christian. The Bible does not say so. In Luke 17:3 we are told that if a brother (sister) trespass against us, we should rebuke him, and IF he repent you shall forgive him. It does nothing to promote spiritual growth for a Christian to be allowed to hurt and trouble people in the church and nothing said or done about it. Jesus says we should confront them and tell them what they did wrong to give them a chance to repent (to say Sorry.)
      There are many wounded Christians who have backslidden, because another Christian did them harm and when the pastor or another in the church found out about it, they were told to “just forgive.” That is not how Jesus says to do it.
      If the Biblical way were carried out, there’d be less division in the church.
      If you told nasty lies about me and I confronted you about it, and you admitted it and told me you were sorry, I would feel mitigated. I would forgive you and I would ask you to recover the damage you did to me, by going to those people and telling them the truth. You and I would likely be best friends after that!
      If the person does NOT repent, you are to follow the rest of what Jesus says to do..take witnesses to hear both sides etc. There would be less gossip and trouble in churches if Jesus way of handling things was done.
      So what should my heart attitude be toward you, in the event that you refused to admit what you did and refused therefore, to apologise?
      It is one of READINESS to forgive. Always keep your heart soft and loving. Be open for that occasion.
      You can feel better in such a case, knowing that the LORD knows the truth and He will repay if the person does not repent.
      But it is disobedience if a Christian sins against you and you do not do what Jesus said to.
      You are giving them a chance to get right with God!
      Because until they own up to you and apologize they are not right with Him.

      In cases where one is badly treated by unsaved people (unbelievers,) I believe the Biblical precedent, is simply to forgive. It may take some wrestling in prayer, but don’t rest till you know you have forgiven. If you have to several times, keep doing it. I find that praying for the salvation and good of the offender causes God to impart His Love into my heart for the person.
      Jesus watched the Romans tossing dice for his garments and a few other unbelievers gathered at the foot of His Cross and said, “Father forgive them for they do not know what they do.”
      They were unbelievers.

      The parable of the servant who took his fellow-servant by the throat is interesting, and I note that every time its mentioned, the person mentioning it, fails to mention that the other servant had fallen at the feet of the servant asked for mercy and time to repay what he owed. It is oly relevant in cases where someone has sinned against you and you confront them and they fall at your feet and ask mercy of you. If you refuse to forgive in such a case, of course the Lord is angry and will not forgive you your sins.
      (In our culture, sadly, the concept of falling at someones feet and asking forgiveness is abhorrent. We are too proud to do such a thing.)

      I hope this will help you.
      I made the distinction between how Jesus says to handle offences within the church and how to handle those without.

      • Reply to L.S. Williscroft comments: When you study together the teachings of the Lord Jesus the Christ concerning the subject of forgiveness, it becomes clear we are to forgive anyone and everyone who sins against us, even if (s)he does not repent and ask for our forgiveness. Mark 11:25 confirms this interpretation because Christ instructs us to forgive if we have an issue with “any,” which includes both the repentant and unrepentant unbelievers and believers who sin against us; otherwise, He says in the next verse 26, “your Father [Who] is in heaven” will not “forgive your trespasses.”
        The only way to reconcile this teaching with His instructions in Matthew 18:15-17 and Luke 17:3-4, is to conclude that the instructions in Matthew 18:15-17 and Luke 17:3-4 pertain to our duty to try to bring our fellow professing Christian believers to repentance for the purpose of reconciling them with both ourselves and the Lord God, so that their relationship and fellowship with us and the Lord God will not be hindered or destroyed. This interpretation and reconciliation of these Scriptures/teachings of Christ are confirmed by Matthew 5:23-24, in which Christ instructs us not to make offerings to the Lord God if we know that a fellow believer has a legitimate issue with us: we must seek to be “reconciled” with our fellow believer (“brother”) before we make our offerings (monetary, thanksgivings, praises, worship, and so forth) to Him.
        In conclusion, the bottom-line proper interpretation of these teachings of Christ concerning forgiveness and reconciliation with fellow professing believers is that we should seek reconciliation with those who sin against us, but forgive them even if they never repent or are reconciled with us and the Lord our God. AMEN! AMEN!! AMEN!!!

    • Please read “Bait of SATAN” by John Bevere. the best book I ever read on the subject of choosing not to take offense and forgiveness. Being angry with one another, allowing a root of bitterness to take hold is how Satan controls us.

  11. Two doctors don’t just come running up in the middle of traffic. More than likely it was a paramedic and an EMT, two paramedics, or two EMT’S off that ambulance. I should know….I’m an EMT.

  12. One thing I have learned of forgiveness is that you live with the consequences of what the other person has done. It takes the grace of God to remain a Christian.

    • Adeola Odutola: Please read my reply to Fergis. There is something in it which may help you brother.
      Some churches place burdens grievous to be borne upon the shoulders of Christians and Jesus has the my reply. God bless you.

  13. What most people are that Jesus doesn’t state that He is yet coming back..but that things will happen in the world that will change the conscience of people.It is more like a time of mercy..a time to repent..a chance for unbelievers and the lukewarm to recognize God and their relationship status with Him.Remember God is a loving forgiving God..a merciful God..before He returns He will show the world that has moved steadily away from Him that He does will be a time to repent and return..a period of peace and revival..there will still be those that reject Him…again..we do not know the hour and the day of His return as far as Judgment is considered..only the Father knows..but it seems that Jesus..being a merciful and loving going to give this lost generation a chance to amend He did with Nineveh and so many other lost generations before a chastisement befalls.Rather than judge this mans experience and who or what makes a about taking it to heart and live as God expects all Christians..with love, mercy, forgiveness, compassion..non-judgmental..pray for those who are lost, struggling or blind with hate indifference and ignorance.

  14. The man is confusing hell with purgatory.
    Christians who do not forgive will not go to hell for that fault, because they are Christians they will go to purgatory until they pay back what they refused to give in this life. Jesus said all those who believe in the Son of Man will be saved.
    Contrition for one’s own sins and forgiveness to others for what they have done to you are two different realities.
    Christians that die in the state of venial sin go to purgatory, anyone that dies in Mortal Sin goes to Hell.
    Our Lady of Fatima said that many souls drop into hell because there is no one to pray for them.
    Pray for Lost Souls and one day they will rejoice with you in Heaven.

      • +Honey…Good Question…2nd Maccabees…But not just there…remember when Jesus Christ established his visible church on earth the Roman Catholic Church he gave it certain authority.
        The metaphor the church uses is that of a 3 legged stool, 1. The Bible, 2. Divine Tradition, 3. Teaching magisterium of the church. Hope that helps you Honey, I am a layman in that church.

        • I have read all through the Book of the Acts of the Apostles (which even the Roman Catholic church says is the pattern for the church,) and I see absolutely NO resemblance within its pages, to the RCC. One is filled with power and many other wonderful things and the RCC is all about their dogma and liturgy. There IS no purgatory Lawrence.
          You say, “The metaphor the church uses is that of a 3 legged stool, 1. The Bible, 2. Divine Tradition, 3. Teaching magisterium of the church. ”
          You OUGHT to have said Lawrence, the metaphor that the RCC uses is that of a 3-legged stool. The only leg you have to stand on, is the first part – the Bible. Read through the Book of Acts of Apostles and the Epistles and you will see a very different church from the one you promote: in fact, different from most Protestant churches too, sadly.
          We ALL need to come back to the Bible.
          Hope it helps.

  15. Honey. The word purgatory may not be in the Bible along with the word Trinity, but the teachings are. The Bible is not like some big dictionary, where if you don’t find some word, it must not be true. If one has an open mind, and are truly open to the Holy Spirit, they’ll find the teaching on purgatory in 1st Corinthians 3: 10-15.

  16. “Christians,” if you think Grace alone will save you, you’re brainwashed by a false western theology. ‘IF we deliberately keep on sinning after we have received the knowledge of the truth, no sacrifice for sins is left, but only a fearful expectation of judgement and of raging fire that will consume the enemies of God. Anyone who rejected the law of Moses died Without Mercy on the testimony of two or three witnesses. How much MORE Severely do you think a person (believer) deserves to be punished who has trampled the Son of God under foot, who has treated as an unholy thing the blood of the Covenant that SANCTIFIED him, and who has insulted the Spirit of Grace? … “The Lord will judge His people.” – Hebrews 10:26-30.
    V39 ‘But we are not of those who shrink back and are destroyed, but of those who believe (ongoing relational obedience) and are (therefore) saved.

    • You are reading that text wrong. Previously the writer had mentioned several times that every sin was forgiven ONCE FOR ALL TIME. In the text you are quoting he is saying that there is no more sacrifice for sin left because NONE IS NEEDED, it’s a done deal. Then, look into a good translation. He’s talking about consequences for the purpose of setting the person on the right track, not eternal damnation.

    • @Joseph Collins
      “Christians,” if you think Grace alone will save you, you’re brainwashed by a false western theology.”
      “But we are not of those who shrink back and are destroyed, but of those who believe and are saved.”

      Yes and Amen, the Grace is only working in those who walks in perfect obedience to the Lord, seeking His righteousness 24/7 day in day out….

      God Bless you from Sweden!

  17. So let me get this straight. This guy isn’t a Christian but has the chance to repent and get saved in the afterlife. Thus not going to hell. But real Christians end up in hell for not forgiving, thus negating the very notion of being “saved” that he is talking about, and negating the doctrine of justification through grace by faith.

    He says that God will bring his healing when he isn’t a Christian, but his story indicates that God wouldn’t bring the healing of those who are unable to forgive?

    Now, how does that all line up?

  18. Just to answer that last post I believe someone was praying for that man in the article & that’s why God gave him another chance.
    Just to say also that God has revealed in prophetic words that their will be great grace given to humanity in these times its called the ‘Illumination of
    conscience’ or ‘Warning’whereby God
    will enlighten every single person in
    the world- at the same moment -of their sin/standing -before Him.Everyone
    also will be made aware at that very
    moment that God is real-atheists and
    all! Many thousands will be saved
    because of this enlightenment but then
    many too would fall away again.Its
    touched on in scripture -Joel 3:14
    ‘Multitudes, Multitudes in the valley of
    decision! For the day of the Lord is
    near in the valley of decision”

    As for Trump God is using him to bring America back to him. The New world
    order were behind Hillary waiting to
    take over when she finished off Obama works of weakening America,
    militarily, economically & also thru militant
    Muslims terrorist attacks -radical muslims posing as
    refugees whom she would of brought in
    without any restraint.God told me one day that Trump was no Angel but that she -Hilary was a devil. I don’t often get words from God but He definitely spoke this to me concerning Trump & Hilary.
    I believe the illuminata are in charge of much of the media that’s why they are so anti-Trumph and put so much fake news out there and also never crediting him with the work he’s doing to strengthen America & trying so hard to discredit him. God bless all who read this. God protect America &Trump. This is the truth.

  19. Not many seems to understand that we are living in and are spiritual prisoners in the fourth and last of Satan’s kingdoms at earth , the kingdom of hell and death and that the gates of hell only can be opened by perfect obedience to the Lord. God views the time as a circle like a clock with the white horse -spiritual force – God’s Kingdom as the first and the last (Rev.6:8, 22:13)
    “The last enemy to be destroyed is (the kingdom of) death. 1Cor.15:26

    Is there anyone who doubts that these days are the kingdom of death then take notice not ‘only’ about the evil and killing but of those who who one moment expresses deep grief over these evil things and the next moment take great pleasure in horror movies and criminal novels. The ‘king’ spirit who rules the human mind is death and it can not be satisfied without a dead body, in reality or in fantasy!

    About four years ago I cried to God because I felt I could no longer endure to see all evil and unrighteousness which fills this this earth and I felt as my heart would break because of the pain over this.
    Then I heard the Spirit of the Lord say:
    “he has only a short time” and my burden was lifted from me in a moment.
    ‘He’ is the devil and now is his time even shorter than four years ago and tomorrow even shorter and this is why the whole world seems to be stirred up because the spiritual realm knows the times.

    There is no time for ‘speculations’ and ‘opinions’ only time for seeking the Lord with the whole heart and the whole mind and there is only time for those who claims to be christians to speak and act in agreement with the Spirit of Life, no matter circumstances and independent of outward pressure.

    “(obedience, which is speaking and acting in agreement with) the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of (the spiritual kingdom of) sin and death. Rom8:2

    Blessings from Sweden

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