Hell is Real, I Went
by Jennifer Perez
This testimony is of a 15 year old girl who was raised
in a Christian home. She later backslid in her walk, found herself overdosing on drugs,
dying, and being sent to Hell. Fortunately, she was given a second chance and mission
to go back and warn the lost, backslidden, and lukewarm with an urgent
"My name is Jennifer Perez and I'm 15 years old...
I'm only going to tell you what saw, what I heard, and what I felt. My testimony starts on
Audio: Jennifer Perez - Hell Is Real
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God Bless you brothers and sisters, I'd like for you to open your bible and turn
to Joel 2:28
"And afterward, I will pour out my Spirit on all people.
Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see
My name is Jennifer Perez and I'm 15
years old. It's hard for a teenager like me to come to you and recognize my own mistakes. But with the
help of the Holy Spirit, He will help me, and give me the strength I need. First of all I want to say that
this is for the Honor and Glory of my Lord Jesus Christ. I don't want to say any doctrine or make up any new
doctrine, I'm only going to tell you what I saw, what I heard, and what I felt.
I'd like to tell you a little bit about
my family. My parents are Christians, and they aways taught me good examples, and the way of the Lord.
I became a Christian 3 years ago, when I accepted the Lord with the brother Nicky Cruze. I walked in the ways of the Lord for 2
years. But when I started High School, I started getting rebellious and left the way of the Lord. I was
rebellious to my parents and I got into drugs. My friends that taught me to do those
I thought I was a Christian, and that I
would bring my friends to be Christians. But instead, they brought me back out into the world. I was
being rebellious to my parents, and they thought it was just something teenagers go through. But in fact, it
was what the drugs made me do. Evil spirits got into me, that was when I was being rebellious to them.
They were strict on me, they never let me go out anywhere, not even spend a night over at a friends house. I
always had to do everything sneaky or behind their back. I would skip school. I would hardly even go to
school, just to keep my habit. I was at the point of getting addicted, but the Lord took me out of all
that. Like I said, I was a Christian.