A religious drama put on by First Assembly of God Church on Sunday night was a presentation of how some people may spend eternity.
Using elaborate lighting, sound, costumes and backdrops, the production “Heaven’s Gates & Hell’s Flames” followed several people, all in different walks of life, who die and must stand before the angel with the book of life. Some went to heaven. Some went to hell.
Coordinated by Rev. Rudy Krulik and his team from Reality Outreach Ministries, St. Catherines, Canada, and dramatised by local actors, the group presented the biblical message that one must believe in Jesus Christ in order to be saved and go to heaven.
The play took the form of a series of skits in which various characters were unexpectedly killed and then immediately found out whether they were destined for heaven or hell. If they refused to believe, they failed to be born again, they were consequently sent to hell, represented by red lights and Satan.
If they had received Jesus as their lord and saviour they were lovingly welcomed into heaven, depicted by a white-robed Jesus, dazzling white lights and a chorus of angels.
At the end of the presentation, a preacher invited many to come forward and give their lives to Christ.