Mary K. Baxter

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Mary K. Baxter


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Mary Kathryn Baxter holds a deep concern for the unsaved. In 1976 during an extended period of prayer, she received visions of hell and heaven for forty nights, revelations of warning and of salvation that she has since recorded in her books A Divine Revelation of Heaven and A Divine Revelation of Hell. She has received several visions since that time and has used them to remind others about the importance of decisions they make on issues of eternity.

Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and brought up in a Christian home, Mary was born again at age nineteen. After a period of backsliding, she returned to the Lord and has continued serving him since. In the mid-1960s, she moved from Tennessee to Michigan with her family; it was around this time t
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“Not only can you have heaven when you die, but you can also experience heaven on earth by allowing His will to be done in your life here, as it is already done in heaven. (See Matthew 6:10; Luke 11:2.) Though you eat the bread of adversity and drink the water of affliction, His divine Word will sustain you. God says He is going to bring you out on top. (See Isaiah 30:20–21.) Do not ever believe that God has turned you over to the devil.”
Mary K. Baxter, Divine Revelation of Deliverance

“God’s people need to invade the enemy’s camp with all diligence, confidence, and assurance. We can take back everything Satan has stolen from us and our households. It doesn’t belong to the devil. He is a thief, and we demand that he give it all back now!”
Mary K. Baxter, A Divine Revelation of Spiritual Warfare

“A large machine was brought into an office. The beast put his mark on it, and his voice came out of it. There was also a “big brother” machine that could see into homes and businesses. Only a single machine of this type existed, and it belonged to the beast. The part of the machine that was located in the homes of the people was invisible to the naked eye, but it could and did report to the beast every move the people made. I watched as the beast turned his throne around and faced toward me. On his forehead was the number 666.”
Mary K. Baxter, A Divine Revelation of Hell



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