VOICES FROM HEAVEN AND HELL

by

J. MARCELLUS KIK

Author of Matthew Twenty-four and Revelation Twenty

THE PRESBYTERIAN AND REFORMED PUBLISHING COMPANY PHILADELPHIA • PENNSYLVANIA

Copyright © 1955

by

The Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company Philadelphia

edited for 3BSB by Baptist Bible Believer in the spirit of the Colportage Ministry of a century ago

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

It was with trepidation some years ago that I gave a message in monologue form to my congregation in Montreal, Canada. It was well received and I was encouraged to give more. The series have been used both in Canada and United States in evangelistic services.

One encouraging feature was that the narratives attracted the attention of those who were difficult to reach with the conventional type sermon. It had its appeal also to young people and children.

It should be carefully noted in the narratives that the experience of death does not change an individual. It is a popular misconception that those in hell would accept the Gospel if it were offered to them. There is no repentance in hell. Death does not change character, as is so evident in the parable which our Lord gave concerning Dives and Lazarus. Death does not change the human heart nor does the torment of hell. Therefore the characters who speak from hell are kept "In character."

When the characters utter historical statements they have been taken from either sacred or secular history. They are not the product of the imagination but the result of research. We have sought especially to weave the revelation of Scripture into the voices from Heaven and hell. Thus they may be looked upon as character studies.

J.M.K.

Little Falls, N. J.


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