I believe in the Bible, God, Jesus Christ and that He does give some of us revelations to help our fellow humans. However, this book is choppy, stilted, and I sincerely believe that Jesus has a better vocabulary than, "Peace be still".
I believe that if this book were a divine revelation, the Holy Spirit would have guided this book to fit the cadence and continuity of the Bible. He was, after all, the author of the Bible.
From back cover: Over a period of 40 years, God gave Mary K. Baxter visions of hell and commissioned her to tell all to choose life. Here is an account of the place and beings of hell, contrasted with the glories of heaven. It is a reminder of the need each of us has for the miracle of salvation.
A poorly written, overwraught depiction of hell by a fundamentalist women. She claims its a true story, and that Jesus took her there. I have to wonder how much money she has made off her story. If she wants to save souls so bad, why not give the book away? Or just have people pay just postage to get it mailed to them, or even just pay the cost of the printing? Why not share it online? Why sell it at a profit and make money?
And why would anyone really want to be a member of a religion where the diety you supposedly worship burns people in fire for eternity if they don't measure up? Hitler burned people in ovens, but the loving God of Christ does it for eternity? Fundamentalists mystify me. There is plenty to be afraid of in the real world without agonizing over fairy tales that have no proof behind them.