"Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;" 1 Timothy 4:1
"As she rocked, tears rolled down her cheeks." (~Chapter 8, A Divine Revelation of Hell) This quote alone shows this woman Mary K Baxter is a liar. There will not be any water in hell (Luke 16:19-31). It's almost comical that she said this. Except the fact that people actually believe this woman. Also I highly doubt there will be any rocking chairs in hell where someone can sit down and rest.
And that's it. That's all it takes to debunk both of her testimonies of The Divine Revelation of Hell and The Divine Revelation of Heaven.
"A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump." Galatians 5:9; 1 Corinthians 5:6
I also allege that Mary K Baxter stole the whole idea of her books from John Bunyan who wrote the far more superior book Visions of Heaven and Hell
My personal testimony regarding "a divine revelation of hell": Around ten years ago I was introduced to Mary K Baxter's book, "A Divine Revelation of Hell" and I fully trusted the person who let me borrow the audio set. Yet as I listened I began doubting whether her story was true. There were many points which caused me to doubt but I remember clearly thinking the whole thing was false when she spoke of seeing tears in hell. It just didn't bare witness with God's Spirit within me and more importantly, it didn't hold up to the Word of God. Hell is a place of burning fire and torments. There will not be one drop of water in hell. Not even "tears".
Mary K Baxter also says in a nother interview, "and Jesus was in the human form Sid, by the way, he was always in the human form, he actually cried in hell, tears would come down his face." ~Source
What this seducing spirit does is train people to believe in things other than God's Word. She is literally attempting to add to God's Word.
She says in her book that Jesus told her, "For this very purpose you were born, to write and tell what I have shown and told you, for these things are faithful and true. Your call is to let the world know that there is a heaven, that there is a hell, and that I, Jesus, was sent by the Father to save them from torment and to prepare them a place in heaven."
So you can see how dangerous this can get. I have seen some of this woman's "fruit". And they teach us that there's more to knowing Jesus than reading the Bible. Here is one example of this. This is very dangerous ground to be on. Well, more like sinking sand!!
In this lecture she promotes the Jew-Hating Catholic Mel Gibson's "The Passion of Christ" and uses the Catholic term "Via Dolorosa" (Latin for 'Way of Grief or Way of Suffering') which is depicted in almost every Catholic "church" I've ever been to as "the stations of the cross".~Source "..there have been fourteen stations since the late 15th century, with the remaining five stations being inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The route is a place of Christian pilgrimage." (All Roads Lead to Rome)
This was an amazon.com review and it basically took the words right out of my mouth: "In conclusion, I am a Christian. I believe the Bible is completely true and is the word of God. Because of that, I do believe hell exists and is a place of great torment from which Christ has made a way of escape. I am not refuting any of those things. However, please use discernment. Personally, I do not believe the accounts of this book to be true and would recommend against patronizing this woman with your business."
Another amazon.com review:
"when i was 13 i read this book and it freaked me out ..im now 14 and i dont think this book has anything to do with god .. i have a feeling that mary baxter made everything up, I think shes a liar, what she writes is scary and werid. i do believe theirs a hell (bible says so) but i dont think her experinces ever really happened, ...i mean god wouldnt send his own child that he loves into hell and leave her there by herself after he told her he would never leave her, right? and after i read this book the same night i got a dream that the devil was chasing me?? coinsidence or not? don't read this book. I used to think this book was the real deal but now i don't. its full of frightening things that god would never put his child through."
More inconsistencies to consider which someone posted as a comment on a blog:
1. Jesus does not decree "PEACE BE STILL" to the damned
Philippians 4:7 (Amplified)
And God's peace [shall be yours, that tranquil state of a soul assured of its salvation through Christ, and so fearing nothing from God and being content with its earthly lot of whatever sort that is, that peace] which transcends all understanding shall garrison and mount guard over your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
There's no peace in hell. So either Jesus is a liar or Baxter is a liar. The Amplified says that God's peace is a "tranquil state of a soul assured of its salvation through Christ."
2. The Word of God is not being preached in hell
Baxter tells of a man...
We walked directly past some of the evil beings, which didn't seem to see us, and stopped at another pit of fire and brimstone. In this next pit was a large-framed man. I heard him preaching the gospel...I watched the man spread his hands as if he were holding a book and begin to read Scriptures from the make-believe book. Again, I remembered what Jesus had said: "You have all your senses in hell, and they are a lot stronger here." The man read Scripture after Scripture, and I thought it was good. Jesus said to the man with great love in His voice, "Peace, be still." Immediately, the man stopped talking and turned slowly to look at Jesus.
The Word of God is life and health to all those that find it. Ephesians 5:26 speaks of the washing of water with the Word. There's no life (or water in any sense of the meaning of water) in hell therefore there is no Word of God in hell. For Baxter to say about the man preaching; "I thought it was good" is extremely gross.
3. Baxter tells of a story of a former preacher in a coffin who said... "Lord, Lord, let me out. Have mercy." I looked down and saw a bloody mess. Before my eyes was a soul. Inside the soul was a human heart, and blood spurted from it. The thrusting of the spears were literally piercing his heart.
4. A Divine Revelation of Hell?
People here are saying that since hell is true and since the Holy Spirit is sent to guide us into all truth, that Baxter's "revelation" of hell must also be true. I don't know how one can come to that conclusion, if anything we are to think on things from above, not below...
Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.
5. Baxter claims special revelation and knowledge that no-one else can claim
In more than one place, Baxter sees herself likewise as John who wrote the book of Revelations..."I want you to write a book and tell of the visions and of all the things I reveal to you. You and I will walk through hell together. Make a record of these things which were and are and are to come. My words are true, faithful and trustworthy. I Am That I Am, and there is none beside Me."
Is this special "revelation" her entire ministry?
Fragmented from here
Date of Message: | Jan 18, 2011