[Excerpt from an alleged "journal" of seven "youths", unquote, across Hell]
We continued with Jesus, holding His hand even tighter. We came to a section that really made an impression on me. We saw a young man, 23 years old, suspended waist-high in the middle of a fire. We couldn't see exactly what his torment was, but the number 666 was engraved on him. He also had a metal plate on his chest that read, "I am here for being normal." When he saw Jesus, he extended his hand toward Jesus begging for mercy. The Word of God says in Proverbs 14:12, "There is a way that seems right to a person, but its end is the way of death."
When we read the plate that said, "I am here for being normal," we asked the Lord, "Lord, why!? Is it possible for a person to come to this place for that reason?" Then Jesus asked him, "Andrew, why are you here in this place?" He answered, "Jesus, when I was on earth, I thought that just killing and stealing were sins. That is why I never tried to get close to You." In Psalms 9:17 it says, "The wicked shall be turned into hell, all the heathen that forget God."
Andrew made a big mistake by classifying sins, like many people do today. The Bible is very clear when it says that the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life. (Romans 6:23) Furthermore, when the Bible talks about sin, it never classifies sins; they are all just sins. Andrew had the chance to know and accept Jesus, but he didn't take the opportunity that God had given to him. Maybe he had a thousand opportunities to know the Lord, but he never wanted to know Him, and that is the reason he is there. Then a large blanket of fire covered his body and we never saw him again.