Do You Believe in Hell?

 

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The Queen of Peace of Medjugorje’s influence continues to spread to all sectors of culture. It will be much more so in the future. A Friend of Medjugorje has been consulted many times about Medjugorje, Our Lady, and other information about the spiritual life, by both religious and secular. The most recent major influence is with ABC, who is airing a one-hour documentary on hell at 9:00 p.m. central standard time tonight. For several months, a Friend of Medjugorje was consulted for sources about hell, its existence, for near-death experiences of those who experienced hell, etc. This is just one more influence, showing how Our Lady’s messages are infiltrating out into society, even if the messages are not sourced. A Friend of Medjugorje does not advocate watching television and as a community, we are TV free. While many have not arrived at that point, through the book, I See Far, by a Friend of Medjugorje, you will be greatly influenced why it would be good for your family to be TV free.
 

Our Lady said on January 10, 1983:

“Men who go to hell no longer want to receive any benefit from God. They do not repent nor do they cease to revolt and to blaspheme. They make up their mind to live in Hell and do not contemplate leaving it.”

“In Purgatory there are different levels; the lowest is close to hell and the highest gradually draws near to Heaven. It is not on All Souls Day, but at Christmas, that the greatest number of souls leave Purgatory. There are in Purgatory, souls who pray ardently to God, but for whom no relative or friend prays on earth. God makes them benefit from the prayers of other people. It happens that God permits them to manifest themselves in different ways, close to their relatives on earth, in order to remind men of the existence of Purgatory and to solicit their prayers to come close to God who is just, but good. The majority of people go to Purgatory. Many go to hell. A small number go directly to Heaven.”
 

In the love of Our Lady,

Caritas of Birmingham

 

The reality of hell manifests itself in poor souls who live hell even before they die. We must pray for these poor souls.
 

Friend of Medjugojre

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