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We then moved far away from there and arrived at a place with giant doors. As we approached them, they opened for us. On the other side we saw a giant cavern. As I looked up I saw different color lights moving like a cloud of smoke. Suddenly, we heard music—salsa, ballenato, rock, and different kinds of popular music that people listen to on the radio. The Lord motioned with His hand, and we saw millions and millions of people hung with chains by their hands. They were jumping wildly over the fire.

The Lord looked at us and said, "Look, these are the wages of the dancers." They had to jump wildly up and down to the beat of the music. If salsa was playing, they had to jump to its beat; if any other kind of music was playing, they had to jump to that its beat. They could never stop jumping. But worse than that, their shoes had 6-inch spikes on the bottom. When they jumped, the spikes pierced their feet. They never had a moment's rest. When someone tried to stop, demons immediately came up and stabbed them with spears and cursed them saying, "Praise him! This is your kingdom now! Praise Satan! Praise him! You can't stop! Praise him! Praise him! You have to praise him! You have to jump! You have to dance! You cannot stop for one second!"

It is unfortunate that many of the people there were Christians who knew the Lord, but were in nightclubs when they died. You may be asking, "Where does it say in the Bible that it is wrong to dance?" In James 4:4 the Word of God says, "Do you not realize, you adulteresses, that friendship with the world is enmity toward God? Therefore, whoever determines to be a friend of the world becomes God's enemy." Also, in 1 John 2:15-17 it says, "Neither love the world nor the things in the world. Whoever loves the world has not the Father's love in his heart, because everything in the world, the passions of the flesh, the desires of the eyes, and the proud display of life have their origin not from the Father but from the world. And the world with its lust passes away, but he who does the will of God remains for ever." Remember, the world will pass away; all this will perish, but the one who does the will of God stands forever.



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