23 Minutes In Hell: One Man's Story About What He Saw, Heard, and Felt in that Place of Torment Kindle Edition
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It started by my boyfriend asking me about hell. He is a Christian but was never taught much about hell. I began to tell him but decided to read a story of another man's vision of Jesus. I went looking for one thing but found myself reading bits and pieces about Bill Wiese's vision. It was a long 3 hour car ride home but little did I know the impact of it would have on my life. For 3 hours I read and cried and read some more. I broke. It was God's way of giving me that look your parent gives when you better straighten up. I knew I was saved but I was complacent most of my time from 9 yrs old to 37. God didn't need to take me to hell but I walked through a portion of it reading Bill's experience. It all became real. Heaven and hell weren't just words. Jesus wasn't some guy in a white robe from 2000 yrs ago. I realized I didn't need to convinced people of Jesus' coming or that He exists. When I realized that I felt a weight off my shoulders. I could at least tell people. My life changed because of this book. I begged my children's forgiveness. I changed...180° turn around. My boyfriend didn't know how to handle my change but after a few weeks he began to go back to church, started reading the Bible with his kids and is giving God the glory in his life. We are both now witnessing to his ex wife who is on drugs and trying to get clean and she is responding. Whether Bill's experience was real or not makes no difference. For one it was real to him and who am I to judge but also....God used that to change me and I am so humbled and grateful for God's grace and mercy in my life. I hope and pray that when you read this book that God touches your heart too.
Mr. Wiese, thank you. Thanks for not being scared to tell what happened to you. God doesn't always choose the equipped - He equips the chosen. How does it feel to be used by God? I bet it feels blessed.
That said, the sincerity of the book seems off. I don't know, while reading there were just parts that I didn't buy as truth. And I'm pretty sold on all of the Heaven books I read. And, heck, I somewhat believe that this description of Hell could very well be accurate, but it's hard for me to say that I would believe the author actually experienced all that he experienced. Nonetheless, a good read and brings up a lot of interesting thoughts.