Christianity Thomas on 18 May 2012 12:42 am
The video is entitled “ATHEIST PROFESSOR IN HELL! Best testimony EVER!” featuring Howard Storm, former atheist.
At the beginning he says, “God loves you. We are not going to hold it against you that you are ignorant. You don’t know what you don’t know… There is a higher power, and that’s what we are here to talk about tonight.”
After an operation he descends into hell and experiences terrible things, which he describes in detail.
According to Storm, here is how you bring Jesus into your life:
Don’t believe me, don’t believe TBN, don’t believe the church. Go to the source. If you go to the source and say, “Jesus, I need you, I’ve never believed in you and I don’t know if you are real, but Jesus, I need to know if you are real. Will you come into my life?” If you do that and if you mean it from your heart and if you sit there and wait and don’t get all frustrated and impatient and stuff like that. Just say, “Jesus, Jesus, please come into my life. I’ve been a rotten person. I don’t know why you would touch a piece of filth like me. But please Jesus come into my life.” He will come.
He says, “It may just be as John Wesley said, a strange warming of the heart. Where you just know that you know that you know that you know.”
This page contains the following quote:
Rev. Howard Storm was an atheist who was rescued from hell by Jesus. While in hell, Storm was subjected to extreme torment and torture by hideously dark souls. The following passage describes his conversion from atheism while in hell:
Exactly what happened was …and I’m not going to try and explain this. From inside of me I felt a voice, my voice, say: “Pray to God.”
My mind responded to that: “I don’t pray. I don’t know how to pray.”
This is a guy lying on the ground in the darkness surrounded by what appeared to be dozens if not hundreds and hundreds of vicious creatures who had just torn him up. The situation seemed utterly hopeless, and I seemed beyond any possible help whether I believed in God or not. The voice again told me to pray to God. It was a dilemma since I didn’t know how. The voice told me a third time to pray to God.
I started saying things like: “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want …God bless America ..” and anything else that seemed to have a religious connotation.
And these people went into a frenzy, as if I had thrown boiling oil all over them. They began yelling and screaming at me, telling me to quit, that there was no God, and no one could hear me. While they screamed and yelled obscenities, they also began backing away from me as if I were poison. As they were retreating, they became more rabid, cursing and screaming that what I was saying was worthless and that I was a coward.
I screamed back at them: “Our Father who art in heaven,” and similar ideas.
This continued for some time until, suddenly, I was aware that they had left. It was dark, and I was alone yelling things that sounded churchy. It was pleasing to me that these churchy sayings had such an effect on those awful beings.
Howard Storm’s acknowledgement of a Higher Power led to his rescue from hell. This suggests that it is the way to leave hell.