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wasco55:
Gal 1:8: But though we, or an angel from heaven, should preach unto you any gospel other than that which we preached unto you, let him be anathema.

I have been reading the book "A Divine Revelation of Hell" by Mary K Baxter, and I am astonished.
Not astonished by what she is writhing, but astonished by the fact that millions of believers takes her message as being a divine revelation.
After reading her book I have to ask one simple question. Is this the gospel Paul preached, or is this another gospel?

Let me just quote a few of her statements, and let's have a look at what she is saying.
This is one of the things "Jesus" told her: 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.
What this Jesus of her is saying, is that the gospel God reviled to Paul, and the gospel he preached is no longer sufficient. The gospel of God's grace and of God's divine purpose is outdated.
Now "Jesus" has given his prophet Mary Baxter a divine commission. And her commission is to tell the world that unfortunately God forgot to reveal the truth about a burning hell when He revealed the gospel to Paul.
And the thing about Paul saying that he had been preaching "all the counsel of God" also needs to be changed. Because from now on we know that Mary K Baxter is the only one preaching all the counsel of God.

Jesus also told her; 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.
Now, this is something else. Paul never went to hell. The only thing he could boast of was a trip to the third heaven. But he never gave us any description of what the third heaven was all about. So let's admit it, that's boring stuff.
But Hallelujah! Here comes Miss Baxter along, and what does she give us? She gives us a fascinated "Grand Tour" through all the departments of hell. And with a language full of colorful descriptions and piquant details she gives us a wonderful and vivid description of what hell is all about. Now, that's something else, isn't it?

Jesus told her: I am going to reveal unto you the reality of hell, that many may be saved, many will repent of their evil ways before it is too late.
Miss Baxter received her revelation in 1976, but only seven years later she finished her book. Now if this message was so important, and that soon it would be too late, how could she wait seven years before she told the world about her divine revelation?
Just imagine who many sinners going to hell, just because she waited for seven years!!
The blood of all this lost souls, are on your hands Miss Baxter!
And by the way, are there any records on how many conversions this book has led to.
After all, almost 30 years has passed since her book was published. And if we are going to believe the words "Jesus" told Miss Baxter, there should be a considerable numbers of conversions after all this years.   
Until this day I have not heard ONE person saying that the reading of her book lead him or her to repentance and salvation.
The only thing I have heard, are a few hardcore defenders of a burning hell, telling us how important the message of this book is.



What can we say?
Joh.5:43; I am come in my Father's name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive


lomarah:
A while back I used to read that stuff too. I don't waste my time anymore lol. (Not that I have much time to waste these days anyhow lol.) But actually I didn't bother reading her book because I could tell by the look of her that she was not a true prophet of God.

And yes, she is FOR SURE preaching "another gospel". It's kind of ironic isn't it... her "divine revelation of hell" is such good news (gospel).  :laugh2:

wasco55:
As I am very new to the wonderful gospel of UR, many things are new to me
There is no more than 3 months since I heard the gospel of UR for the first time.
During more than 30 years, I was a traditional evangelical pastor / preacher. I was never a radical preacher of hell. But it was allways like a dark spot in my subconscious all the time.
After that my eyes were opened to the true gospel, I become more and more amazed that I once believed in those terrible doctrine I used to

WhiteWings:
There are two Gospels.

Gospel of inclusion.
Gospel of illusion.

WhiteWings:

--- Quote from: wasco55 on June 16, 2012, 04:40:51 PM ---As I am very new to the wonderful gospel of UR, many things are new to me
There is no more than 3 months since I heard the gospel of UR for the first time.
During more than 30 years, I was a traditional evangelical pastor / preacher. I was never a radical preacher of hell. But it was allways like a dark spot in my subconscious all the time.
After that my eyes were opened to the true gospel, I become more and more amazed that I once believed in those terrible doctrine I used to

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Not just in religion but in all aspects of life the first and often the biggest step (by far) is considering other options.

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