Revelations of Heaven
and Hell to 7 Columbian Youths
Together as a group, these 7 Columbian youths were taken by Jesus Christ and shown Heaven and Hell. Hear their account of the Glories of Heaven and misery of Hell
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In the Kingdom of Heaven, we could see the New Jerusalem which the Bible tells us about in John 14:2, "In My Father's house are many dwelling places. If this were not so, I would have told you. For I am going away to prepare a place for you." We could see the city and enter it; it is a real and wonderful city! Jesus went there to prepare those dwelling places for us.
In the city and we could see that each residences or house had the owner's name written in front of the house. This city is not yet inhabited, but it is ready for us. We were allowed to go inside the houses and see all the things inside. But later when we left the city, we forgot the things we saw, those memories were taken away from us. However, we can remember that the columns of the houses are plated with precious metals and have many different types of precious stones encrusted in them. They also have pure gold in them.
The gold of this city is like the Bible describes; it is almost transparent, and so shiny. The gold on Earth can not be compared in luster and beauty to the gold that is in Heaven.
After this, we were taken to a place that had
lots of containers.
Inside those containers were crystallized tears. Those were the tears that
the sons of God shed on the Earth. They were not tears of complaints,
but tears that people shed when they are in the presence of God; tears of
repentance, tears of gratitude. God keeps these tears as a precious
treasure in Heaven, just like it is mentioned in
Psalms 56:8, "Thou takest note
of my roaming; and put my tears into Thy bottle; are they not in Thy book?"
Then He took one of the shriveled flowers and He threw it
into the fire and said,
"Look, this person had known me and walked away from Me. Now he dies
without me and it is thrown to the fire." (John