Hell is Enlarging Itself Through Earth Quakes and Volcanos

I was listening to Sid Roth on his program It’s Supernatural the other day. His guest was a woman named Glenda Jackson. I had never heard of her before, but I’m glad I listened in to this program.

A couple of things she had to say really moved me in my spirit. I think we all believe that the increase in earth quakes and volcanic activity is a sign of the last days, but I wondered why that is. Glenda said these things are happening because hell is enlarging itself to make room for all those who are going there. It says in the Bible that hell will enlarge itself. Isaiah 5:14 says: Therefore hell hath enlarged herself, and opened her mouth without measure:…


Published on Oct 19, 2014

“Glenda Jackson has been prophesying which all has been come true. Jesus told young Glenda Jackson she’d be a prophet like Samuel in her latter days. She went on to minister like her great aunt Maria Woodworth-Etter for 33 years. Then the Lord began to speak.

She visited hell and heaven. She was with Paul in heaven. God emphasize our faith which activate spiritual realm. Sister Glenda prophesied that there will be no election of the next President due to something happening in the USA.”


Her prophecy about what may happen here in America and if the church doesn’t really start praying, that Obama won’t leave office also moved my spirit. Those of us who get our news from alternate media are familiar with that scenario and I don’t think any of us want to see that happen. My advice is pray like you have never prayed before. With everything coming together, the Blood Moons, the Harbingers, and Prophecies, and other things. The time is short

Your friend, Harley


About Kathy

I am semi retired and had lots of free time on my hands. I still work part time as a bookkeeper at the little hardware store in our small town but I still had free time to fill so I became a blogger here at The Harley Factor. I also am a compulsive beader so I started a beading blog to show off my bead work call Compulsive Beading. As I have gotten older and mostly wiser I have become very opinionated on a lot of subjects and will share them with you from time to time when I can't keep my mouth shut. Kathy Sinclair

10 comments on “Hell is Enlarging Itself Through Earth Quakes and Volcanos

  1. I have a real problem with this Glenda Jackson. Basically what she’s saying is that God caused hell to enlarge with the earthquake to make room for the people he was about to murder with the tsunami. How could you serve a God like that? You can’t. She is recieving this information straight from hell. Satan wants you to see God as a vindictive,hateful,sadistic,and unforgiving being.

  2. I know I’m coming to this discussion a year late, but I might have some insight for you.

    First of all, here is a list I found of Glenda Jackson prophecies that she was supposed to have made that came true:

    Glenda Jackson Prophecies That Have Come True

    The attempted assassination of U.S. President Ronald Reagan in 1981
    The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989
    The first Gulf War in 1991
    The start of the Iraq War in 2003
    Barrack Obama’s successful election in 2008 to become the first Black president of the United States
    The Japanese earthquake and tsunami of 2011
    I got these from:http://trueprophecy.org/glenda-jackson-prophecies/

    This website is not Christian in its overall nature, but it seems legit on her prophecies from what I have found in bits and pieces else where.

    I did a huge study at my church last year on death, the Grave, Hades, Sheol, Hell, Gehenna, The Lake of Fire, the original Hebrew, Greek and how all of these tie together Biblically. There are some mistakes in translations, mostly because the Hebrew and Greek are more verbose than English when translating words for grave, Sheol and Hades especially. Our word for Sheol and Hades is Hell. Sheol and Hades are the same place, Sheol is the Old Testament Hebrew word, and Hades is the New Testament, Greek word for the place of the dead. You can tie them together by comparing the manuscripts and especially through Psalms and through Peter’s quoting of Psalms on the day of Pentecost. I will get you the exact verses. Jesus specifically said in Matthew that he would be spending 3 days in the belly or center of the earth between his death and resurrection, and from Peter’s letter, along with Paul’s letters, ,we can find that he did indeed descend into Hades or Hell before He arose again. He later took captives and Paradise, which was also in Hades before his resurrection, with him to heaven when he ascended before the day of Pentecost. Again, all of this is in Scripture, it just takes study and really digging it out, and I will provide all of this to you. Hades/Sheol is a temporary holding place for all who have not taken Jesus as their Savior, again, in the center or belly of the earth. At the end of the Millennial Kingdom, Revelation tells us that all the dead unbelievers will be resurrected, judge and thrown into the Lake of Fire along with death, Hades and the grave. This is the Second or Final Death. When Jesus spoke of this Final Death, he called it Gehenna in the original Greek manuscripts. Anytime scripture speaks of the final death, the lake of fire, or the second death, it speaks of separation from God and torment that will cause gnashing of teeth, terror, pain, etc. Because Hades, death and the grave are also thrown into the Lake of fire, also sometimes referred to ask Brimstone, we know that Hades is a temporary state and not a final state of hell. We do know, however, because of the story of Lazarus and the rich man who died, that Hades is a torment with flames because the Rich Man wanted Lazarus to bring him water to quench his thirst and ease his torment from the flames. Before Jesus death and resurrection, Paradise was also kept in Hades, though the righteous men and women of God who lived and died before Christ lived were not in torment. They simply could not be in the presence of God until Christ’s redeeming work on the cross. Once he died, he restored the relationship with God, which is why he took paradise to heaven when he ascended and why when we die, we go directly to heaven and are in the presence of God in spirit until our bodies are raptured someday in the future. The passage in Isaiah is absolutely true and hell is definitely expanding because the end is nigh and many will die in the coming judgments on this earth!

    I need to find my lessons on all I have written above to post here with all the scriptural context and post them for you to read and test for yourselves. I think you will find it very enlightening! I hope this helps you to understand what she said along with the different translations,the slight errors and the differences in locations of hell, Hades, Sheol and all that as well.

    • Here is the info I was talking about. It was part of a larger lesson on the Apostles Creed, so I just copied and pasted the weeks regarding the info on Hell/Hades/Sheol, etc out for you. Again, I hope it is insightful for you.

      Week 6 – The Omitted Line

      He descended to the dead or He descended into Hell!

      Before we get into discussing this omitted line, we need to talk about Sheol, Hades, Gehenna, Paradise, the Realm of the Dead, the Lake of Fire, the second or final Death, and what we now call Hell. These are all mentioned in the Bible many times, but I’m not sure I’ve ever done even a semi-in depth study about Hell and really, it’s kind of an important place to know about. I think this is going to take a couple of weeks to cover this so we’re going to just kind of take a pause here and dig in on the abode of the dead for a bit because He Descended Into Hell turns out to be fairly controversial. Four Little Words, but four very important words it turns out.

      So let’s start with the word Sheol. This the Old Testament Word for Hell or the abode of the dead and is used 65 times. It is translated 31 times as Hell which is correct, 3 times as The Pit, which is also basically correct, and is translated as The Grave which is an incorrect translation and has led to much confusion about Sheol
      throughout history. Sheol should always be interpreted or translated as Hell.

      Now the Hebrew word Queber is used 64 times in the OT for grave. Remember the OT is written in Hebrew. 34 times Queber is translated as Grave. 26 times it is translated as Sepulcher and 4 times as burying place.
      Now because the two words have been mistranslated, and sometimes Sheol has been translated as Sheol, we need to clear up the fact that Sheol should never have been translated as grave to begin with. So I have 8 points to present which I think help to prove that it should never have been translated as grave, besides the fact that Hebrew Language sites say that Sheol describes Hell, not the grave.

      1.) Sheol is never used in plural form – Queber used in Plural form 29 times
      2.) It is never said that the body goes to Sheol – The body goes to Queber 37 times.
      3.) Sheol is never said to be on the face of the earth – Queber is mentioned as being on the earth 32 times.
      4.) An individual’s Sheol is never mentioned – An individual’s Queber is mentioned 5 times.
      5.) Man is never said to put anyone into Sheol – Individuals are out into Quebers by man 33 times
      6.) Man is never said to have dug or fashioned a Sheol – Man is said to have dug or fashioned a Queber 6 times
      7.) Man is never said to have touched Sheol – Man touches a Queber 5 times
      8.) It is never said a man can possess a Sheol. Man is spoken of owning or possessing a Queber 7 times.
      (Adapted from “Life & Death” by Caleb J. Baker, Bible Institute Colportage Ass’n, 1941)

      An illustration from the OT from 1 Sam 28 & 31.

      Samuel is called up from Sheol and talks to Saul. He tells Saul that he and his sons will be with him the next day. Sure enough, the next day, Saul’s sons are slain by the Philistines and Saul takes his own life, but they are left unburied. So they do not join Samuel in the Grave. In fact, the Philistines took the bodies of Saul and his sons and hung them on the wall at Beth Shan but not for at least 2 days until after they died. The Israelites had fled and the scripture says WHEN the men at Jabesh Gilead heard what had happened, they snuck in during the night and cut down the bodies. They took them back to Jabesh, burned the bodies and buried the bones.

      We don’t know exactly how many days between their deaths and when they are actually buried had passed, but Samuel told Saul that he and his sons would join him “tomorrow”. Samuel had only recently died and since they did not join him in the grave the very next day, the only place they could have joined him was Sheol, which also proves that Sheol and the grave are not the same place. This is also building up to another point in the lesson that we will be getting to a little bit later, but before I end today’s lesson, I just want to bring up this point which has really nothing to do with today’s lesson.

      How many of you remembered or previously knew there was a story about a King, chosen, appointed and sanctified by God who went to a medium and had her call up a spirit from Hell in the Bible? I’m sure you’ve heard or read that there are racy love stories and you know that there are vicious murders, jealousies and plots that sound as if they could have come out of any soap opera on TV, love stories that could rival Disney any day of the week, war stories that can’t be believed, tragedies, miracles, intrigue, plagues, spies, mysteries, I mean it’s in there And best of all, from beginning to end, it is a love story from God to us and He is always reaching out to us, trying to reconcile us to Him.

      Week 7 – The Omitted Line Continued
      Hades – New Testament word for Hell

      Last week we spoke about the Hebrew and Old Testament word for Hell which is Sheol. The Greek word, and
      therefore New Testament word is Hades. The actual meaning of the words Sheol and Hades is The place where souls are kept to await final judgement and resurrection.
      Hades is mentioned 11 times in the New Testament. 10 times it is correctly translated as Hell and 1 times it is
      incorrectly translated as Grave. Just as in the Old Testament, and with the word Sheol, a man can not possess, touch, fashion or put a body directly into Hades. And similarly to the Hebrew, the Greek language is more verbose than the English language, and so the translators were limited in the words they could select when translating into English and simply made a mistake when they were selecting the words to use for Hades.
      In the New Testament we have a pretty good picture of what Hades looks like at least up to the point of the Cross from Jesus himself in one of his parables. Now some people are under the impression that Parables are not true stories, but Parables are defined as “true to life” stories and this one I think might be an actual true life story all together.

      “There was a rich man who was dressed in purple and fine linen and lived in luxury every day. At his gate was laid a beggar named Lazarus, covered with sores and longing to eat what fell from the rich man’s table. Even the dogs came and licked his sores. “The time came when the beggar died and the angels carried him to Abraham’s side. The rich man also died and was buried. In Hades, where he was in torment, he looked up and saw Abraham far away, with Lazarus by his side. So he called to him, ‘Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.’ “But Abraham replied, ‘Son, remember that in your lifetime you received your good things, while Lazarus received bad things, but now he is comforted here and you are in agony. And besides all this, between us and you a great chasm has been set in place, so that those who want to go from here to you cannot, nor can anyone cross over from there to us.’ “He answered, ‘Then I beg you, father, send Lazarus to my family, for I have five brothers. Let him warn them, so that they will not also come to this place of torment.’ “Abraham replied, ‘They have Moses and the Prophets; let them listen to them.’ “ ‘No, father Abraham,’ he said, ‘but if someone from the dead goes to them, they will repent.’ “He said to him, ‘If they do not listen to Moses and the Prophets, they will not be convinced even if someone rises from the dead.’ ” (Luke 16:19-31 NIV)

      So we see here from this story from Jesus’ own lips several things about Hades/Sheol. First of all, Hades is
      compartmented. At this point we have an area that is for torment where the Rich Man is and we have an area for comfort where Lazarus is. There may be other compartments as well, but we know for certain that we have these two and they are separated by a great chasm which cannot be crossed.

      In 2 Peter 2:4, it says this: For if God did not spare angels when they sinned, but sent them to hell, putting them in chains of darkness to be held for judgment; (2 Peter 2:4 NIV)

      The word that Peter used in the original manuscript was Tartarus. It is believed this is a special compartment in Hell reserved for these fallen angels. There is no other mention of Tartarus and no other information anywhere about it. This is simply another mention in scripture that lends credence to the belief that Hades is somewhat compartmented. We also see here that there is some communication that happens in Hades. The Rich Man was able to see that Lazarus was not being tormented and asked Father Abraham to send Lazarus over to bring him some comfort. I find it somewhat ironic that the rich man does not seem to have learned his lesson yet. He still seems to see Lazarus as an inferior to him and even in death, in the fires of hell, he wants Lazarus to come help him! He never even stooped down one time in life to help poor Lazarus, but now he wants Father Abraham to just go ahead and send Lazarus on over here, which the scripture said was a long way off, and have him go ahead and dip his fingers in water in help me!

      The nerve of this man!

      So then the man says, well then, have Lazarus go ahead and run on up to the living and just warn my brothers! And we see Father Abraham say to him, look, if they haven’t listened to the Prophets or Moses up to now, if they haven’t paid attention and looked at what’s going on all this time….even someone rising from the dead to go see them isn’t going to get their attention! Wow! Isn’t that the truth?

      Death and Hades are linked in Scripture at least 31 times. Many times Paul wrote about the coming of Jesus and the fact that though we may die, yet we will live again and be reunited with our bodies through resurrection. And he wrote this to the church at Corinth.

      Therefore we do not lose heart. Even though our outward man is perishing, yet the inward man is being renewed day by day. (II Corinthians 4:16 NKJV)

      In other words, our outward man, or physical body is aging or dying, but our inward man or spirit is being renewed every day in the Lord

      Week 8 – The Omitted Line Continued
      Hades, Sheol and Paradise

      What in the world do Paradise and Hell have to do with each other? Well at one time, Paradise was located in Hades and as we have already discussed, Hades and Sheol are the same place.

      Well how do we know for sure that Hades and Sheol are the same place? How can you take my word for it that
      everything I’ve told you so far is even right? I mean, I could just be a nut case who is twisting Scriptures to try to make you believe all kinds of crazy stuff? But I’m not and I have some plain Scriptures to help you tie the two together.

      First of all, Psalm 16:10 says this: For You will not abandon me to Sheol (the place of the dead), neither will You suffer Your holy one [Holy One] to see corruption. [Acts 13:35.] (Psalm 16:10 AMP)

      On Pentecost, Peter quoted parts of Psalm 16 when he said this: For You will not abandon my soul, leaving it helpless in Hades (the state of departed spirits), nor let Your Holy One know decay or see destruction [of the body after death]. (Acts 2:27 AMP)


      He, foreseeing this, spoke [by foreknowledge] of the resurrection of the Christ (the Messiah) that He was not deserted [in death] and left in Hades (the state of departed spirits), nor did His body know decay or see destruction. [Ps. 16:10.] (Acts 2:31 AMP)

      Peter, right here in Acts 2 tied Hades and Sheol together when he quoted David from Psalm 16, and then reiterates the scripture when he explains it to the people on the Pentecost. And indeed, Jesus’ soul was not left in Hades, nor was his body’s left to decay in the grave. So we know that Hades and Sheol are the same place because of David’s Psalm and Peter’s reference, and because we know that both words translate to the same thing. We know from scholarly research in today’s world that the two words are referencing the same location. We know intellectually, that Jesus conquered Hades. And we have Scripture that we’ve hopefully read or heard a hundred times that secures that in our hearts and heads.

      So let’s focus on Paradise and why we know where it was when Jesus descended into Hades. First of all, in the Parable we discussed last week, the Rich Man and Lazarus, we talked about Abraham’s Bosom where Lazarus received comfort. This was also known as Paradise. This is where all the believers, the Old Testament Saints who believed in the coming redeemer, from the beginning of time up to Christ’s death, awaited Him.
      Now in Luke 23:43 Jesus says this to the Thief on the cross:

      And He answered him, Truly I tell you, today you shall be with Me in Paradise. (Luke 23:43 AMP)

      So we see here that the area where goodness happens in Hades, is also called Paradise. But, how do I know that Jesus is talking about Hades and Paradise at all? Clearly he tells the thief they will be in Paradise and he says nothing about Hades at all. I’m a little bit out in left field here, or am I?

      If you remembered just a few minutes ago we talked about David stating in the Psalms, and Peter in Acts, where they say that God would not leave Jesus’ soul in Hades, nor leave his body in the grave to rot. Hmmmmm…….

      For even as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the sea monster, so will the Son of Man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth. [Jonah 1:17.] (Matthew 12:40 AMP)

      Hmmmmmmmm………I wonder why they would say that? And for today……that’s where we are going to stop, we will pick up here next week.

      Week 9 – The Omitted Line

      Paradise, Hades and Sheol

      Jesus himself has told us where He would be between his death and resurrection. Because He told the thief that he would be with Jesus in Paradise, and because of the Parable of the Rich man and Lazarus, we know where Paradise is located, in Hades. Because of Psalm 16:10 and Acts 2, we know that Jesus’ soul was located in Hades and because of Matthew 12:40, we have pinpointed Hades at the heart of the earth, basically earth’s core.

      Eph 4:9 says that if he Ascended, it can only mean that he also had already Descended, so that the whole of the universe could be filled with his might and glory.

      So why did Jesus go to Hades for 3 whole days and nights anyway? Well, first of all, he went to see ALL the people who lived in the Old Testament times from Adam and Eve to Christ! Anyone who believed in the coming redeemer, who believed in God, who had faith that God was sending someone on whom to trust, had a chance to take Jesus as his or her savior and Jesus went to witness to them! But Jesus had a second mission in Hades.

      1 Pet 3:17-20 says Jesus went & preached to the souls in Hades who were disobedient when Noah built the ark and some versions give us to think He reminded them that they deserved their punishment!

      Basically, to me, it looks like Jesus held a 3 day revival and had an alter call! Even so, we know that Paradise is no longer in Hades because Paul says in 1 Cor 12:3-4 that a man was caught UP to Paradise. With Jesus’ work on the cross now done, all believers of all time were now in Heaven, reunited with God, and all believers who die from the cross forward, await the resurrection and final judgement in the presence of God.

      Some people erroneously believe that Jesus’ purpose in Hades was to take on further torment and judgement in the fires of Hell. This is NOT true or Biblical.

      Taking on the sin of the world caused separation between the Father and the Son that had never, ever occurred before, and Jesus was not prepared for that. He tried to prepare his mind for the physical torture he would endure but he had not been prepared for the separation from his loving father God. Of all that He endured, only this caused him to cry out to God. When Jesus became Sin for the world, for us, for YOU and for ME, (Is 15:10), God turned away from him, the world turned dark, and Jesus cried out to his Father, “WHY? Why have you forsaken me? (Matt 27:45-46) For 3 full hours, the longest of his entire life, I’d wager to guess, he endured that separation. At the end of that time, knowing it was finally finished, he said, “it is finished” and died. That was the end of his suffering. (Jn 19:28-30) The word John used here is tetelesti, a form of the Greek word teleo, which means to accomplish or complete. In Jesus’ time it meant nothing further was owed. Jesus’ suffering was completed in the cross, nothing further is owed for our great sin. His purpose in Hell was to reunite God’s children to Him thru Jesus the Redeemer
      Now I have no idea how time passes in Hades, be it Paradise or torment, but this includes Adam and Eve, Abraham, Noah, David, Solomon and every other person who ever believed on God. Some of these people had been waiting, separated from God for THOUSANDS of years! Now Jesus was here with the joyful news that he had conquered death and redeemed them all and was reuniting them with God. And from this point forward, all believers wait with God in Heaven for Resurrection to be reunited with glorified bodies.

      So, the last piece of this little puzzle or of the words used to speak of Hell, is the Final Hell or the Lake of Fire. When Jesus spoke of this final Hell, he used the word Gehenna. Jesus spoke of Gehenna 11 times in the Gospels. This is a very different Hell than Hades and Sheol and should not be mistaken for Hades and Sheol. This is a final death that is full and complete separation from every one and every thing that anyone has ever known.

      When it is spoken of in the Bible it is described as an outer darkness and a place of great suffering, final and complete death, torture, weeping and grinding or gnashing of teeth. It is likely located in the outer reaches of creation – the outer edges of the universe. It is also described as a furnace of fire and a place of everlasting punishment. Gehenna means Hellfire.

      The Lake of Fire was originally created for Satan and the fallen angels. During Jesus’ lifetime, there was a great ravine on the edge of Jerusalem where some Hebrew parents had sacrificed their children to an Ammonite God, but by now was where all the trash and refuse was taken. Already during his lifetime, there was so much garbage, it had to be burned continuously, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to keep the garbage from over running the ravine, so the fires were stoked and burning constantly. It was called Gehenna and the
      raging heat and burning furnaces were quite familiar to everyone in the region and to anyone that visited Jerusalem. When Jesus referenced Gehenna, it was a very poignant analogy for any and everyone!
      Next week we will wrap up talking about the Lake of Fire and this omitted phrase and then continue on with the
      Apostle’s creed.

      Week 10 – The Omitted Line
      The Lake of Fire/Gehenna

      When Jesus spoke of Gehenna, he was speaking of the final death, the final hell or what we most commonly have heard referenced as the Lake of Fire.

      We read in Matthew that the Lake of Fire was originally prepared for Satan and the fallen Angels.

      “Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. (Matthew 25:41 NIV)!

      Throughout the NT, We see various descriptions such as outer darkness where there will be weeping and grinding of teeth; a furnace of fire where there will be weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth; a place of everlasting/eternal punishment, a fire burning with brimstone and so on. It is thought to be in the outer reaches of creation, so the far edges of the Universe, far from thought and from reach. Matt 25:30,46; 8:12; 13:42, Rev 2:11; 19:20; 20:6,10 & 14; 21:8, 2 Pet 2:17!

      No one is currently in the Lake of Fire, but it will receive lost people after two separate judgements. Now keep in mind, as a saved Christian, we will not face a judgment for our soul. We have already been saved and our name is written in the Book of Life, so we will not be subjected to an accounting of all the bad things we might have done. Our judgement will be for our Christian deeds and will determine what our crowns look like. Whether our crowns can stand the fire and we won’t really care, because we will cast our crowns at Jesus’ feet anyway. Rev 19:19-20

      So, at the end of the Tribulation, when Jesus returns, the Anti-Christ and the False Prophet will be thrown into the lake of fire. Satan will be chained and thrown into the bottomless pit. All those who followed the anti-Christ and who lived thru the Tribulation, but did not become saved, will be judged immediately and also will be cast into the lake of fire.

      This is only unbelievers who are still alive both Jewish and Gentile. Eze 20:33-38, Matt 7:21-23; 24:29-31, 45-51

      The millennial kingdom will last for 1000 years. At the end of the Millennial kingdom, the last judgement takes place. All the unbelievers who have died from the beginning of time until the end of time will be resurrected and reunited with their body. Death and Hades will be cast into the Lake of Fire. All the unbelievers will be immediately judged and they will also be cast into the lake of fire and Satan will be cast into the Lake of Fire as well. He will not be in any kind of charge to torment, but rather will be subjected to torment and eternal punishment just like all other rebellious souls in the Lake of Fire. Rev 20:8,10-15; John 5:28-29; Dan 12:2
      We will then go off into eternity. I cannot possibly find words to stress to you the amount of torture, pain, stress,
      agony, horror and terror these people will experience every second, of every day for the rest of their lives. And they will be very much alive. See, right now, just their souls are in Hades awaiting final judgment. But they will be resurrected and rejoined to their body. And it is my understanding that the body we receive after resurrection is our best body ever. So it’s like the best body you ever had, squared. So they will be fit and perfect and alive, immediately judged and sent to the absolute worst place that you can imagine, and you can’t even imagine! For Ever. And we in our feeble minds can’t even begin to think what eternity is. Think about how long you have lived and how much has changed in your life time. Not one of us has even lived 100 years. Now think back to what changed just from 1900 to 2000. Two world wars, multiple smaller wars, millions, BILLIONS of people born and died, in just 100 years! The world we live in is not the world our parents and grandparents were born into, and in another 5 years it will totally have changed again!

      So, this wraps up most of what Bible has to state on Sheol, Hades and the Lake of Fire, Paradise and Tartarus. There is a lot of information to consider when talking about one little phrase, He descended into Hell. A lot of work for Christ went into that one action and it of course, had eternal consequences for all. There
      is no doubt that what Jesus did on the cross, he shared in Hades. Those who believed in him, he reunited with God when he bore our sins on the cross whether we had already been born and died or not. Jesus conquered death, and when we die, we will go to Heaven. We can clearly see from a lot of Scriptures and examples that Hell is a real place, that Jesus went there after he died, and finished his work there. We can see there is a Lake of Fire and at the end of time, Satan, the Fallen Angels, Hades and Death and all Unbelievers of all time will be cast in to the Lake forever. That is the FINAL DEATH and it will be horrible torture and punishment for eternity!! You probably know more about Hades and the Lake of Fire and all these different names for Hell than you ever even wanted to know, but knowledge truly is power. And one thing I know, Hades and the Lake of Fire are places I want to avoid at all costs!!

  3. Hi Harley. I want to put this up so bad but I am with Robert on this one. I cant seem to find any info on her. I seen the program and thought it was really good, but I have been disappointed too in people who predictions never came to pass

    • Joe, this has been a problem in the church since the beginning. That is why Paul had to encourage believers to not despise prophecies but to test them. He certainly did not want them to throw out the baby with the bathwater. Jonathan Cahn is a good source for prophetic information and he is also very scriptural. He backs up everything with sound scriptural interpretation. I enjoy watching Sid Roth but I approach each show with a healthy amount of Berean scepticism. May the Lord bless us all and and give us the wisdom to keep away from falsehood and fear, Amen

    • I am with you guys on waiting to see about her prophecies. There are too many out there that just say things for attention. That part that I was moved by was the part about hell enlarging itself when volcanoes and earth quakes happen. Could that really be the case? It kind of makes sense to me in a “natural” way. If hell is in the center of the earth, which I believe it is, then if it is getting bigger to accommodate those who will go there it would show up on the surface of the earth in some way.

  4. Harley, I just saw the Glenda Jackson interview on Sid Roth, and I am testing her prophecy as the word says: “Despise not propheying but test all things.’ In my almost 40 years as a believer, I have heard many reputable Christians give out prophecies that never came true so I have my reservations when I hear one. We are in a Shemitah year which will be ending with a coinciding blood moon next September, so I believe something big may happen and we should definitely stay in prayer. About her prophecy quoting Isaiah 5:3, “Hell has enlarged itself”, the word “hell” is a mistranslation of the Hebrew “Sheol” which literally means the grave. In other words, the grave will be enlarged. Regarding “23 minutes in Hell”, I read this book many times and saw the interview with Bill Wiese and I believed it. I bought many copies to give away to people but later on I found out that there were many inconsistencies in Bill’s story and much of it was not scriptural. Here is an excellent link that exposes these supposed facts: http://bible-truths.com/23-minutes-in-hell.html#Contradictions.

  5. I can certainly be wrong, but I always thought of hell as a place outside of Earth, like Heaven. God will ultimately destroy this earth and give us a new heaven and earth. While the earthquakes and volcanic activities are significant, I doubt they are enlarging hell, for the reasons I just stated. As for the next election, she may be right. I have a feeling, if elected, that President will not be significant. No doubt something big is about to happen.

    • I tend to believe that hell is in the center of the earth. Have you ever listened to 23 Minutes in Hell? I don’t remember his name right now, but he wrote a book about it too. He and others have said it is in the center of the earth. About Obama and the election, regardless of if that happens or not, your right, something big is about to happen and soon.

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