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Killed by a Jellyfish, and encounters JESUS

Glimpse of Eternity by Ian McCormick, NDE Near Death Experience An incredible true story of how 1 man was killed by the most poisonous Box Jellyfish, met God, and was given back his life by Jesus …More
Glimpse of Eternity by Ian McCormick, NDE Near Death Experience
An incredible true story of how 1 man was killed by the most poisonous Box Jellyfish, met God, and was given back his life by Jesus Christ. DivineRevelations.info
andrew24157
Interesting fact from exorcisms 1975-1978 in Switzerland about "protestant's and pagan's (with good customs) heaven": One of the demons (Beelzebub I think) said that in the best case people who are not Catholics can make it only to "paradise" (Eden). That's why all the protestants and other non-Catholics with their NDE experiences never see God, BV Mary, Michael, angels and saints - they go to …More
Interesting fact from exorcisms 1975-1978 in Switzerland about "protestant's and pagan's (with good customs) heaven": One of the demons (Beelzebub I think) said that in the best case people who are not Catholics can make it only to "paradise" (Eden). That's why all the protestants and other non-Catholics with their NDE experiences never see God, BV Mary, Michael, angels and saints - they go to the meadow with sunlight and some river and flowers - this is paradise, but this is NOT Heaven, which is reserved only for perfect Catholics.
Spiritlessons
I've been studying NDE's for 20 years, most of them have seen God. Independent of what denomination they are.
andrew24157
Are you sure that they saw "God"? Or was it someone else, such as Jesus in mini-skirt as in "Heaven is for real"?
andrew24157
Besides, I think the exorcised demons know a lot more than people.
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andrew24157
Here is the link to the publication (or get it from Amazon): www.tldm.org/news4/warningsfrombey…
Ultraviolet
He's a non-Catholic from the "Assembly of God". Also a shill with a religious racket "Products" "Inviting Ian". "Supporting Ian". etc.
Spiritlessons
Wow, he dies, Jesus saves him, and all you can do is insult Him. Maybe Jesus should have asked your advice before saving him.
Ultraviolet
Show it was Jesus who saved him. You presmue too much.. All things happen for two reasons. God causes them to happen or He allows them to happen. Since God is all-good, it is impossible for Him -cause- bad things to happen. Instead, He allows them to. Likewise, He can -allow- good things to happen, without actually -causing- them to happen.

This is basic theology. You are ASSUMING not only it …More
Show it was Jesus who saved him. You presmue too much.. All things happen for two reasons. God causes them to happen or He allows them to happen. Since God is all-good, it is impossible for Him -cause- bad things to happen. Instead, He allows them to. Likewise, He can -allow- good things to happen, without actually -causing- them to happen.

This is basic theology. You are ASSUMING not only it was God, but the personage of Jesus (as opposed to God The Father or the Holy Spirit) was the one actively saving the man, instead of simply allowing it to happen. On what grounds?

...because the immediate act of saving him is inherently good, perhaps? That would be a mistake. Evil spirits can, through their limited and imperfect supernatural abilities create wonders and cures as well. They do so because the -outcome- is ultimately evil. They mislead naive people into believing evil non-Christian "gods" are good and answer their prayers.

This is, in fact, a common problem missionaries face. People, especially simple people, are very pragmatic. If worshipping Baal will give them bountiful harvests, then that's what they do. Father O'Malley shows up and tells them Baal is tricking them and that they should trust God even when the crops are going bad year after year, and they laugh.

Exodus is a fine example Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt, now they're stuck in the desert, things are NOT going well, and immediately they make a golden calf and revert to Egyptian paganism, hoping for a quick fix.

The outcome here is a non-Catholic is still alive and well and promoting a false doctrine, a false theology AND scamming naive people out of money, all of which is as evil and as contrary to God's One True Church as you can get.
robertbrownell
Great Special FXs.
Spiritlessons
There is now a second movie that made from this story.