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|Posté le: Sam 8 Juil - 20:39 (2017) Sujet du message: A Composite Portrait Of Heaven What We Learn About Heaven
This book takes fifteen separate accounts of people who have visited heaven and compares them feature by feature with regard to many aspects of heaven, such as the gates of pearls, the wall of precious stones, the throne, the archives, the River of Life, golden streets, trees, fruit, flowers, heavenly music, children, animals, meeting family and friends, meeting saints and angels, meeting Jesus, life in heaven, etc. The similarities are noted as well as interesting differences. One chapter, entitled "The Bad News," records a number of different accounts of people who didn't go to heaven but were able to come back and tell their gruesome experience, which they all hope never to repeat.
It is the author's hope that this book will allay any doubts someone may have had about any individual account of heaven he or she may have read. I look forward to Christians having a better understanding about what lies ahead so they will have no fear of death but rather have excitement about the future. I hope too that the reader will be drawn closer to God, seeing a greater picture of his love for us by how much he has made heaven so wonderful for us. Perhaps too it will comfort some who have lost loved ones by giving them a clearer picture of the joy, peace, wholeness, and wonderful life their loved one is now experiencing, more than they ever had on earth. I hope too that skeptics will read this book and realize they have an important decision to make that will affect them for all eternity; the reality of life after death is undeniable, and in Jesus, it will be a complete fulfillment of everything good we hope from this life, but apart from Jesus, it will be totally terrible.
publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc. (May 10, 2017)
isbn: 1635755263, 978-1635755268,
weight: 8 ounces (