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February 3, 2011

[video/text] Pastor DIES > goes to HELL because he HADN’T FORGIVEN his wife > AROSE from the dead almost 2 days later > tells story

Mark 11:26 “But if you do not forgive, neither will your Father in heaven forgive your transgressions.”

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From: Amazon

[DVD] Raised from the Dead

This is the remarkable story of a Nigerian pastor, Daniel Ekechukwu, who was fatally injured in a car accident near the town of Onitsha, Nigeria, Africa on November 30th, 2001. During a dramatic journey to a hospital in Owerri, Nigeria, he lost all life signs and was later pronounced dead by two different medical staff in two different hospitals. The latter wrote a Medical report and commissioned the corpse to the mortuary. But Daniel´s wife remembered a verse in Scripture from Hebrews 11: “Women received their dead raised to life again.” She heard about a meeting where Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke was going to preach, and proceeded by bringing Daniel´s body in his coffin. What follows is a story you will never forget.

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Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

The angel told Daniel in heaven: “Jesus has finished his work. The mansions are ready, but the saints are not ready.”

“We are now going to visit Hell.”

“Daniel, if the book of your life was to be closed today, this would be your portion.”

“No, I’m a pastor; I’m a child of God. I’m born-again — and I’ve preached all over….”

“Enough, Daniel, on your way to the first hospital, you were asking God to forgive you, but you would not forgive your wife. And your sins have not been forgiven. It is a matter of reaping what you’ve sown. You cannot sow unforgiveness to your wife and reap forgiveness from God.”

Daniel Ekechukwu – Raised from the dead (He was taken to Heaven and Hell

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Pastor Ekechukwu was from a city called Onitsha (Nigeria), where he was the pastor of Power Chapel Evangelical Church.

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Nigerian pastor Daniel Ekechukwu physically died in the late evening of Friday, November 30th, 2001, was dead for at least 42 hours, visited heaven and hell during the time of his physical death, and was raised from the dead between 3:50 P.M. and 5:15 P.M. on Sunday, December 2nd, 2001 in the basement of the Grace of God Mission, located in Onitsha, Nigeria.

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Actual footage of Daniel raised from the deadLazarus Phenomenon – Raised from the Dead Part 2

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Download the entire series of ‘The Lazarus Phenomenon’ from http://www.octillion.tv
This 4-part documentary contains an accurate, first-hand account of what it is like to die, go to Heaven and Hell and come back to life again. The story of Daniel Ekechukwu, a Nigerian Pastor, who recounts a chilling experience of the Afterlife. His account is backed up by accurate mediacal evidence. Download this and many other unique videos from http://www.octillion.tv

From: HeavensFamily.org

Report One of Four
Pastor Daniel Ekechukwu and his Resurrection from the Dead
By David Servant
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Soon after it occurred in December of 2001, I heard the report of Nigerian pastor Daniel Ekechukwu’s resurrection via e-mail from my friend, pastor David K. Aboderin, of Lagos, Nigeria. …. I wanted to learn more about the incident.

[…]

The most surprising thing is what happened next. The escorting angel told pastor Daniel, “If your record is to be called here, you will in no doubt be thrown into hell.” Pastor Daniel immediately defended himself saying, “I am a man of God! I serve Him with all my heart!” But a Bible appeared in the angel’s hand, and it was opened to Matthew 5 where Jesus warned that if one calls his brother a fool he is guilty enough to go into the hell of fire (see Matt. 5:21-22). Pastor Daniel knew he was guilty for the angry words he had spoken to his wife. The angel also reminded him that Jesus promised that God will not forgive our sins if we do not forgive others (see Matt. 6:14-15), because we will reap what we have sown. Only those who are merciful will obtain mercy (Matt 5:7). The angel told Daniel that the prayers he prayed as he was dying in the hospital were of no effect, because he refused to forgive his wife even when she attempted to reconcile on the morning of his fatal accident.

Pastor Daniel wept at this revelation, but the angel told him not to cry, because God was going to send him back to the earth to grant the rich man’s request (see Luke 16:27-30). A man would come back from the dead and warn people of hell. The angel said that Daniel’s resurrection would serve as a sign and be the last warning for this generation.

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As you may imagine, pastor Daniel greatly emphasizes in his preaching the need to forgive those who have wronged us, lest anyone suffer the fate he almost suffered. How important it is that we obey Jesus’ commandments regarding forgiveness and walking in love toward each other, as well as all the rest of His commandments. It is indeed time for the church to repent and “pursue peace with all men, and the holiness without which no one will see the Lord” (Heb. 12:14). Do not listen to false teachers who say that holiness is not essential to ultimately gain eternal life. Jesus warned that only those who do the will of His Father will enter the kingdom of heaven (see Matt. 7:21). Do not listen to teachers who say that if you are once saved you are guaranteed that you will always be saved. Jesus warned His closest disciples (see Matt. 24:1-3) of the possibility of their not being ready when He returned and being cast into hell (see Matt. 24:42-25:46).

If we expect God to forgive us, we must forgive others. That is what Jesus solemnly promised. Are you ready to stand before Jesus, sincere and blameless?

Entire Article Here

From: HeavensFamily.org

Report Two of Four
Pastor Daniel Ekechukwu Resurrection and the Need for Forgiveness and Repentance
by David Servant
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What about the theological implications of Daniel’s experience in hell?

Certainly the one aspect of Daniel’s experience in hell that is the most sobering was the angel’s declaration that Daniel would have ended up there because of his unforgiveness (if God had not had mercy on him). …

In pastor Daniel’s case, his wife had sought for reconciliation, Daniel had refused her, and then he experienced his ill-timed death. Thank God that He had mercy on Daniel, and in so doing, God has shown His mercy to all of us who are not ready to stand before Him because of unforgiveness in our hearts. …

We, too, should maintain an “open-heart” policy, always doing what we can to be at peace with others. In this regard, Paul wrote, “If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men” (Rom. 12:18). Both Jesus and Stephen prayed for God to forgive the very people who were killing them. We, too, have the same capacity to love by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Pastor Daniel Ekechukwu is now calling Christians to do what Christ has been commanding all His followers to do for two thousand years: forgive one another. And he is doing it with the passion of a man who really believes that Jesus meant what He said.

Entire Article Here

Related:

The Daniel Ekechukwu Reports

[Book] The GREAT GOSPEL DECEPTION by David A. Servant — “Only when the church does embrace the gospel of Jesus and His apostles will there be any hope of true revival”

Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way | Who are the Children of God?

Bill Wiese’s 23 Minutes in Hell — What is it like in Hell?

[book - audio - video] Mary K. Baxter: A Divine Revelation of Hell — “There is greater punishment for those who once preached the gospel and went back into sin, or for those who would not obey the call of God for their lives”

Mary K. Baxter’s Divine Revelation of Hell: We Must Be Right With God — “Lord,” I said, “You mean your servants are here?” “Yes,” said Jesus, “Servants that would not stand for the truth and for holiness. It is better that one never starts than to turn back after beginning to serve Me.”

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3 Comments »

  1. ive always un derstood that once you accept christ in your heart that you would go to heaven. the paster obviously had accepted christ, so why would he end up in hell anyway?

    Comment by malery gustafson — June 19, 2012 @ 11:26 am | Reply

    • Malery,

      Thanks for asking.

      This is why I posted this, so people would learn the truth that even willful unforgiveness is sufficient to keep us out of heaven. The unbiblical doctrine of eternal security is taught by many pastors, and is sending many people to Hell unaware. And one of their favorite verses is Romans 8:1, for which many of the modern translations have taken out the second part of the verse, which also agrees with 8:4. Compare Romans 8:1 in the NIV vs the KJV or NKJV.

      Also, regarding willfully unforgiving, consider the Lord’s Prayer and the verses that follow.

      I have written this article, which is a collection of Scriptures which show who does go to heaven, biblically:

      Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way | Who are the Children of God?

      Luther and Calvin were also deceived, and now their doctrines, which they did not get from the Holy Spirit, seem to be prevailing in these very deceptive and spiritually dark last days. But when we get our doctrine right, not only will many more go to heaven, but we can have revival, and then the world will know (Jesus’ heart-cry in John 17) — which is what this site is about: ‘ONE’ happening!

      Jeff

      Comment by Jeff Fenske — June 19, 2012 @ 12:50 pm | Reply

  2. I have seen the film a few times, I do remember that he said that there was fear of the Lord now and he didn’t go on arguing with his wife, but I missed that the angel said that. It’s what the Bible teaches, thanks for sharing.

    Comment by renske — August 21, 2012 @ 5:17 am | Reply


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