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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Q & A 2008

New Postings:

Due to numerous emails asking such questions as:

Why only Christians enter heaven, isn't that unfair?

Is there really a hell?

How can God be so...?

I am opening this Post to answer questions like these and more.

However, due to increase in spam I can only open Blog to those wishing to post by invite only. You can email me at BryanMelvin1@aol.com so I can clear you to post your questions as a guest on this Blog.

My apologies for any inconvenience this method may impose but this is the only way to keep spam off Blog.

God Bless!

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Blogger B. W. Melvin said...

Tom emailed with the following questions:

I had some questions. Do you believe that non Christian NDERs were deceived in their experience? Who do you believe the being of light that most NDERs meet during their experience was?

My Answer: In my book I was sharing how deceptive some people’s entrance into hell can be and for others not so from demonic entities. There were many scenes about this that I did not include in the book. For example, people seeing a being of light, a mythical beings, beings from their religious backgrounds, oriental teachers, etc and etc. Many of these people thought they were in paradise but given time - the reality of the place would manifest in due course and their hosts revealed themselves in true malevolent form.

Again, this is my opinion borne from my own experience: many NDE non-Christian accounts that report seeing wonderful beings came back to this life before the reality of where they were was revealed to them. Why these people came back can be explained by advances in medical science.

Also note that many accounts were short in duration and come back with a vision of a love that denies the essence of love. God’s love is not fluttery, fluffy, and sticky sweat. It is a great love that is real and true, that protects, that is holy, that is just, right, fair, realistic and not a push over. If rejected God’s love will allow that rejection with great sorrow knowing that such that reject can never be redeemed due to the nature of eternity.

Much of the doctrine written from these glowing accounts does not mention hell or just denies it with many noble sounding excuses. Many claim that this is 'proof text' that hell does not exist based on the volumes of gleaming reports from such NDE’s. Why would a demonic host not do so, when given an opportunity to spend time telling that such a place does not exist and that all is well?

You must remember that old adage - if it sounds too good to be true - then it is. It is a shame that when it comes to these NDE types - that adage is forgotten.

Monday, 02 April, 2007  
Blogger B. W. Melvin said...

Tom’s next question:

I myself have read and researched NDEs for many years. Yours is the 3rd book in which I read that was based on a Hellish NDE but I have noticed that experiences are never exactly the same or interpreted the same. Howard Storm and Angie Fenimore both had what started out as Hellish NDEs but turned positive afterwards by calling out to God. Did you witness anyone inside the cubes calling out to God? I admit though I read your book I have different beliefs but respect all religions and see a purpose to everything. I look forward to your response --- Tom.

My Answer:

As for hearing other people calling out to God within the cubes, I do not recall any doing so. This does not mean that it can't happen. I myself also repeated Jesus’ name over and over again. A rare few state this too. However, I would not try to imply this as a means that a person keeps in back of their mind to try to escape – it would not work after judgment.

This is hard to explain but what was happening inside these cubes was that a person's sin nature was becoming more and more manifest as well as what a person’s sin nature is and does was being exposed one slow degree at a time. In other words, what a person really is like becomes progressively exposed so that all understood perfectly why they were there - totally without excuse.

Monday, 02 April, 2007  
Blogger Detroit Esquire said...

Hello Bryan. I have two questions.

I know Jesus gave you the remarkable grace to rebuke certain torments while a visitor in hell, but did you ever get the feeling that you were lost just like everyone else down there?

I've heard of others who experienced hell as the lost souls do.

Also, did you see any demons and or fallen angels that resemble creatures from movies and television productions?

I believe real demons may be the inspiration behind many such things, not just in Hollywood, but ancient myth and folklore as well.


Saturday, 05 May, 2007  
Blogger B. W. Melvin said...


At the time, I felt lost and like I deserved to be there just like the rest whom were there. This is hard to explain but after you pass away and enter the eternal – everything is explained to you, every question you have about God and why He does this or that is answered clearly. In the answer, it is revealed, or I should rather say the thoughts and intents of your heart are revealed and exposed by the answer you receive.

Eternity is explained in such a way that you are without excuse. All arguments used to justify our sin, living how we want, blaming God, denying God, denying sin, etc and etc, are ripped to shreds. It is so clearly reveled how you would corrupt heaven if God allowed a person in unredeemed because how perfect, just, righteous, pure, holy, fair, loving, merciful, etc – God is. This is fully explained to you.

You see, God granted humanity life and He will not renege on that promise. That is how fair and just is He! He will let us go our own ways for awhile. Let us be like the prodigal son and come to our senses returning to the Father of life. If not, you’ll live without the God the Father and that is the worst feeling anyone can ever experience. It is that very feeling I felt while walking in Hell. I cannot forget it. I get ‘goose bumps’ and deep sadness just writing trying to describing it now.

Next, as for seeing demons and creatures that resemble movies – yes and no would be the answer. Some of the creatures were diabolically beautiful if that makes sense. While others were plain ugly and others reptile like. I would tell you what movie does show the closest resemblance to demons but that would point people to see a demonically inspired film by a demonically influenced film producer and I cannot do that. Yes, real demons are the inspiration behind many things, not just in Hollywood, but ancient myth and folklore as well.

Thursday, 31 May, 2007  

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