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Re: John Debney battled Satan during filming
• Posted by: Jesus's messenger in Doc Marten boots   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, October 28, 2004, at 8:07 a.m.
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• In Response to: John Debney battled Satan during filming (Giovanni Pinuellas)

I believe...that there is a place where the peaceful souls with spend eternity with my God and my Lord Jesus Christ, and then there are the restless souls are who are forever being tortured by the weight of their sins in hell.
I see visions of those who are in Heaven. They will be forever without pity, forever without pain, and forever without sadness. Then there are those in hell, who will never again feel love and happiness. All they feel now is their unimaginable pain of being burned alive in a boiling lake of lava. Their screams are ear-piercing, unnerving, and blood-curdling, as they frantically fight each other to climb out of the pit and even climb onto others, pushing others down underneath the lava in a frantic effort to get out of the pit, but
it's to no avail. There are full-grown men---the size of professional wrestlers---who cry hysterically as they are being terrorized by demons who have their way with them, such as bending them over and sexually degrading and brutally raping them over and over and over again. And then there are those such as men adn women who are being slammed onto tables like huge slabs of meat, while demons gut them open like fishes with their hands and then devour their organs and entrails like chunks of meat and speghetti, and none of these souls in hell will ever die from the unimaginable pain for one reason and one reason
only---they are already dead. And there are other visions I see that are much wowrse than these, but I won't mention them in an effort to avoid making anyone sick to their stomach.
These visions are the reason why I'm no longer into witchcraft.
I'm now a lone soldier in this spiritual battleground, who's gone A.W.O.L from the side of satan, I've fled my post and crossed the desert to search for the Lord and I've found him.
So yes---I do believe that John Debney battled satan and I can sympathy with him, considering the fact that I'm now going through the same thing, considering the book that I'm now currently writing.
It's my first one and so far, I'm months behind because of the bullcrap of the devil---but so far, I've written about six pages already.
As long as I tell myself to trust in God and Jesus, the devil cannot stop my literary hand.

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