I Saw God, Hell & the Living Dead – Testimony of Dr Roger Mills

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This Testimony of the Outer Darkness of Hell Roger Mills Hell testimony
is an excerpt from the prophetic book titled “While out of the body I saw God, Hell, and the Living Dead” by Dr Roger Mills. He relates  what the Lord personally showed him in a prophetic out of body experience  and tour of the Outer Darkness of hell. He shares the Lord’s warning to the lost and ungodly, and reveals what he was shown is awaiting the unrepentant, backslidden, lukewarm, disobedient, hypocritical Christians and ministers in Hell, unless they repent. These are the ones the Lord spoke of in Matthew 7, 21-23. Take Heed & Share with others.

THE WAGES OF SIN

God said to me “We have entered into the portion of Hell that is called Hades. I want you to think of this place as the temporary Gehenna. Hades is a temporary place that burns with fire until the day of the Great White Throne Judgment…

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Bohemian Prep?

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As I mentioned in a previous post, my friends and I went shopping this weekend to get some new spring clothes, and just look around. While shopping, I told one of my friends that I have this internal struggle with either having really preppy style or totally bohemian, hippie style. She shared my struggle, and it got me thinking… is there such thing as bohemian prep? Does a style like this exist? Is it possible to love the tailored, clean lines of Audrey Hepburn’s era, but also adore Kate Moss? I love fashion, but sometimes I feel like style can be treated like genres, and you must fit within a certain box, or you confuse your peers. Now that I’m thinking about it, my music taste shares this struggle where I like a ton of different genres…maybe I’m just a constant confusion? I don’t know, but what I…

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Crucifying the Flesh

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Y o u r s e l f . . .

The Jesus Question

The title of this painting by Anthony Falbo is a reference to Galatians 5:24: “And those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires.”

This theme rings throughout Paul’s other writings as well:

  • “For we know that our old self was crucified with him so that the body of sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin.” (Romans 6:6)
  • “. . . if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live.” (Romans 8:13)
  • “I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me.” (Galatians 2:20)
  • “May I never boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world.” (Galatians 6:14)

Crucifying the Flesh by Anthony Falbo Anthony…

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Jack Kerouac, Music Journalist

Stephanie Nikolopoulos

When Jack Kerouac went off to Columbia University, he told people he was going to be a journalist.  His father, Leo Kerouac, was a printer in Lowell, who owned a print shop called Spotlight Print.  Leo handled printing for some of the big businesses in New England, and also did a bit of writing of his own.  This inspired Ti Jean, as little Jack was called.  He used to lay on the floor, creating his own little newspapers and comics.

In school in New York, first at Horace Mann prep school and then at Columbia, Kerouac contributed to the school newspapers.  The writing he did for the papers would best be described as music journalism.  He soaked in all the great 1940s bebop of Harlem and wrote jazz reviews.

There was no Pitchfork at the time.  Rolling Stone magazine wasn’t founded until 1967.  Even many of today’s popular jazz…

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