Keith Green, the deceased Christian musician, is apparently quite unhappy about being in hell, according to Christian Clairvoyant Jenna Gilmour.
"He says that he was quite surprised that, after his untimely demise in a light plane crash, that he should end up burning in hell rather than enjoying paradise in heaven" she said.
Keith Green was Christian music's foremost musician and preacher during the late 1970s and early 1980s. His albums included For Him Who Has Ears to Hear, No Compromise and Songs for the Shepherd. In 1982, after he and his wife, Melody Green, started Last Days Ministries in Texas, the Christian singer was killed in a light plane crash along with some of his own children.
"He can't understand it" laments Gilmour "He says that after a lifetime of good works and giving glory to his maker, that the same maker should condemn him to hell. He's still trying to work it out."
Gilmour also points out that Keith Green has been recently forced to join a county and western band headed by the late Johnny Cash. "He hates it. He didn't realise that the Devil loves country music. He's been forced to play the drums, which is tortuous because he's a musician, not a drummer"
Keith Green's ministry was popularised in 1970s America during a period of painful retrospection for the nation. The failure of authorities to deal with inflation and rising unemployment, the malaise in politics due to Watergate, the after effects of the Vietnam war and anti-establishment feelings from the "Hippy" revolution during the 1960s led to a "crisis of confidence". This affected the church as a whole, which was struggling to remain influential during this tumultuous period. In the midst of this came Keith Green, a modern-day prophet, who called Christians everywhere back to the basics of the faith.
"Everyone thought that Keith had been called home" said Gilmour "No one expected his home to be in hell"
Gilmour also reported that Keith's bed was too small and that he was sharing a room with Oswald Chambers who is "a very loud snorer"
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