Brother Jordan was not practical Christian. He also had bad memory asking Jesus while he was Catholic school when he was young. He smoked Marijuana one day but it was mixed with other drugs. His heart started to beat abnormally and he had near death experience. He saw hell in the beginning and later on he was taken to heaven. He saw Jesus and Father God. He repent his sins and he was forgiven. His life has been changed sin that time. Now he is preaching the gospel to the world!
Bible teaches us that Heaven and Hell are real places. In the Old Testament Hebrew word sheol is used for hell. In the Greek of the New Testament there are two words, hades and gehenna. The word sheol was commonly used to indicate the abode of the dead below the earth.
In the New Testament the word hades is the equivalent of the Hebrew sheol. In Peter’s speech on the Day of Pentecost he quotes from Psalm 16 to prove the resurrection of Jesus and the Greek text of Acts uses the word hades. “Thou wilt not leave my soul in hell, neither suffer thine Holy One to see corruption” (Acts 2:27).
The third word translated “hell” is gehenna, a term always associated with fire and with one exception only found in the Gospels. The relevant passages in Matthew’s record of the Gospel are as follows: 5:22,29,30; 10:28; 18:9; 23:15,33.
Heaven is a real place where the people of God will live one day. In fact, heaven is where God and the angels live. John 14:1-3 even says that Jesus is in heaven preparing us a place to live. In heaven, those saved by God, will have new bodies without the curse of sin! There will be no one who is blind, deaf or cannot walk in heaven (Isaiah 35:5-6 and Philippians 3:21).
Although Jesus builds houses in heaven, the Bible also says that those saved will also build their own houses and inhabit them as well as plant and eat from vineyards (Isaiah 65:21). Most importantly God will be in heaven and He wants to be your friend. He wants to dwell with you and wipe away all your tears (Revelation 21:1-4).