Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Taken to Hell

I would simply like to repost the following testimony by brother Kim Yong Doo, given on March 31, 2012 at the Colorado Holy Fire Revival.  Please prayerfully read. For issues and concerns, each person must confirm with the Lord, whether something is valid or not.

“While I was lying down, Jesus took me to hell. There are different levels of hell. As I was going through the different levels, there were different devils. Big ones, even tiny devils they were devouring my flesh. When I went 3 levels down, devils held a stick made of needles. They started hitting me with a stick. It hurt so much, it was very hard to endure. Around 3pm that day, I started bleeding, it did not stop. I was so exhausted that I prayed to the Lord: ‘Lord, it is so hard, I am going to die. It is so hard Lord.’ The Lord said it was my calling, so we had to continue. The Lord gave me a word from the book of Revelation 2:10. Obedience to the point of death. You have to be obedient till you die, in order to receive His full life.

Hell is pitch dark. The Lord opened my eyes and helped me to see while visiting hell. Whenever I go to hell, there are so many doors to hell. The doors are so varied, so many, different from one another. For example one of these door, as you enter hell, you fall into a place of lava; another place as you enter it becomes so narrow, as narrow as a knife (1mm), because the path is so narrow, everyone falls off onto one of the sides. There is no exit! When people fall off, there are very long needles sticking up on both sides, and so many souls get stuck there.

There is another hell that is like a blender. Any soul stuck there gets blended.

There is also a place like a prison with iron bars. The electrical current that runs through the bars is so powerful. As soon as they touch the bars, the souls melt away. Imaging a small room with 5,000 people, and everyone is trying to get to the center, away from the bars.

When people in the outer area get touched by the bars, they melt away entirely right away.

There is a path to hell, as soon as you enter through the path, you cannot go back. It only goes forward, and you get sucked immediately. From there, the souls can see the path to heaven and they scream ‘Oh no, I have to go to heaven! Oh no, I have to go to heaven now! Why am I here? No, no, please!’

Because so many people are going to hell, they are pushing each other. In those instances, everybody push forward going straight to hell. The path to hell is so wide, as wide as a stadium. It seems that Hell is bigger than heaven, and only about 1 in a thousand goes to heaven.

Not many people go to heaven as you might think. Only a small amount of people make it to heaven, so don’t be too confident with your salvation! Even though we have become the people of God, don’t have the overconfidence that leads to conceit. You don’t go to heaven because you are certain. You have to be humble and meek in order to go to heaven. Even though you have received salvation, you have to think as if you have not arrived at your salvation yet. That is why we have to work out our salvation with much fear and trembling every day.

When I go to hell, there are so many things that are shocking to me. There are countless pastors in hell. There are many famous seminary professors there also; many that you might know. There are pastors who have played with the gifts of God. And the place where the pastor’s wives go is also big, you cannot even imagine. The place in Hell where Church leaders go is also very big, and full of people. After seeing that place, I tell people 'don’t desire to become pastors, because pastors are responsible for their congregations souls'. I am asking those who desire to be servants of God, if possible just remain members of the church and diligently server God. There are many members of my church who have graduated from the seminary, but are now working hard as regular members of church serving the Lord. Members of my church have greater faith than regular church pastors, that’s how I fostered them. No matter where they are sent, they can cast out demons.”

-Brother Kim Yong Doo

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  1. But, if we are scared that we don't go to heaven, wouldn't we live in constant fear and doubt? I don't understand very well.

    1. Dear Jan, living in constant fear is not the goal, for perfect love casts out all fear (1 Jn 4:18). Living in constant doubt is also not of God, for whatever is not of faith is sin (Rom 14:23), and any man who doubts should not expect that he will receive anything from the Lord. He is like a wave of the sea, driven and tossed about by the wind (Jam 1:7). You must have a full assurance of faith (Heb 10:22). "Continue in your faith, established and firm, and do not move from the hope held out in the gospel." (Col 1:23)

      But we should fear God. "Fear him who, after your body has been killed, has authority to throw you into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him." (Lk 12:5; cf. Mt 10:28).

      There is a difference between being afraid and having the fear of God with you. Being afraid is wrong. The Scriptures tells us not to be afraid (Dt 31:6; 1 Chr 28:20; Is 41:10; 54:4; 1 Cor 16:13; Ps 118:6). But we MUST fear God (Ps 103:17; 112:1; 115:11; Mt 10:28), for that will keep us from sinning.

      "Moses said to the people, 'Do not be afraid. God has come to test you, so that the fear of God will be with you to keep you from sinning.'" (Ex 20:20). In this single verse, we have the warning not to be afraid, but to fear God, just as we also have in Mt 10:28, in which the Lord said, "Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell."

      For more on this, please see


    2. Ok, sorry, it's just my understanding of the word "fear". We are to have the fear of God, a godly fear; a respect and reverence to the authority and holiness of God.
      Thank you Len for you reply!

    3. Amen, Jan! You're welcome.

    4. Dear Reint-Jan, I just came across this dialogue between us from 2 yrs ago, and I was thinking about where you are at now spiritually in contrast to then. Please have a look and see what I mean.

  2. You say not to be confident of salvation, God infect tells us to be sure and confident of our salvation.

    1. I did not say that. Yong Doo Kim didn't say that either. He did NOT say that you shouldn't be confident of your salvation. He said, "don’t be too confident with your salvation!" In the context, that is definitely correct Scripturally. Otherwise the passage in Phil 2 about working out your salvation with fear and trembling would make no sense. And the same would be true of many other passages as well.

      There are people who believe in grace as a license to sin. There are people who teach that nothing I can do could ever have any affect on my salvation. There are people who teach eternal security, that once saved always saved (OSAS). Those would represent the ones who are over-confident in their salvation.

      I suggest reading my article:

      As you will see if you read this, I do believe in the keeping power of God in it's proper biblical context. So please don't put words in my mouth.