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A Testimony about a boy who had a vision of heaven and hell

I just want to inform you that heaven and hell are real. Many people can testify to that, and today I want to share with you a story about a young boy named Phos. The young boy was living a careless life, and he used to watch YouTube the whole day, and one night, God visited him in a dream. He explains, "My name is phos, and God came and urged me about heaven and hell. In a dream, God made me see that if I don’t change, I will go to hell. In the first dream, I died and went to heaven to see what it was like. It was beautiful, I couldn’t express it, but there were three (3) areas. The first area was a grassy field with animals and joyful people. The second area looked like a town and people didn’t even have homes, and the third area I saw people with giant houses compared to some. And God brought me to look down at hell. And it was so terrible and horrifying. I saw worms eating people and these insects. They tear your flesh out and I also saw a fiery pit of hell and it was so hot. Hell was so dark, but people in heaven had superpowers. They could fly to any place they wanted to fly to. God gave angels super powers. My life has changed because I pray more and it is easier for me to go to church."


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