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They did not like to retain God in their knowledge… being filled with all unrighteousness… murder… haters of God… unmerciful” (Rom. 1:28–31). Although these verses are referring to people, the power that influences them is demonic. Ezekiel 28:14–16 describes Lucifer with these words: “You were the anointed cherub who covers…. ” “I am profaned [degraded, vulgar language, blasphemous] among them” (Ezek. 22:26). “Your enemies take Your name in vain” (Ps. 139:20). These are scriptures referring to people who profane the Lord, but “to profane” is an influence that is demonic in nature, as Ezekiel 28:14–16 states.
My mouth was so dry it felt as if I had been running through the desert for days. There was no water, no humidity in the air, no water anywhere.  Like the man in torment in Luke 16:23, just one drop of water would have been so precious to me. It is difficult to conceive of a world without any water. It would truly be most miserable. It is inconceivable for any of us to imagine such extreme dryness. Water has always been very valuable and pleasurable to my wife and me, and now so much more so.
I have since discovered that my story coincides with what Scripture details about hell. This is of far greater importance than what I have to say. My horrifying journey felt like it lasted an eternity, but, in actuality, it lasted less than half an hour. Those twenty-three minutes were more than enough to convince me that I would never, ever want to return, not even for one more minute. And it has now become my life’s purpose to tell others what I saw, heard, and felt so that whoever reads this story will be able to take the proper measures to steer clear of this place at all costs.
23 minutes in hell by Bill Wiese