Gerald Johnson, who recently asserted that he had seen hell in 2016, now claims to have witnessed Satan tormenting individuals by forcing them to listen to the Rihanna song Umbrella. Additionally, he stated that he had a heart attack, was “dead,” and then later resurrected.
He described a scene that appeared to be lifted straight from one of Hieronymus Bosch’s paintings. Johnson claimed to have seen a man in hell walking on all fours like a dog. Along with being chained, the man who was walking on all fours was eventually burned.
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He stated that it was the most truly awful form of punishment because the evil spirits were singing Rihanna’s song. He was making reference to how humans were compelled to listen to it. Johnson went on to say that the musical anguish also included songs by other musicians, such as Don’t Worry Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin.
Who is Gerald Johnson?
Pastor Gerald Johnson is a native of the state of Michigan, United States, where he also spent his formative years. In Austin, Texas, he is the senior pastor of Faith Culture Church. Additionally, he is the director of the movie The Blanket.
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The preacher is also well renowned for the manner in which he imparts to others his knowledge of and confidence in Jesus. Johnson has been married for 25 years and has three children.
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Johnson was on everyone’s google searches when he stated that he had seen hell in 2016, now claims to have witnessed Satan tormenting individuals by forcing them to listen to the Rihanna song Umbrella.