7 things about heaven book

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Going To The Courts of Heaven Part 7- Opening Your Books In Heaven

‘7 Lessons from Heaven’ author talks about life after death

Look Inside. Sep 19, Minutes Buy. Sep 19, ISBN Sep 19, Minutes. Mary Neal shares untold stories about her encounters with Jesus and powerful insights about how the reality of heaven can make each day magnificent. But something happened as she shared her story in the years since. Not only did Neal realize she had more to tell, she discovered she had yet to answer the biggest question of all: How does knowing heaven is real change our lives on Earth?

And, we have the remembrances of people like Crystal McVea, an Oklahoma mother and schoolteacher who was revived after dying in a hospital and now describes her incredible experience in her new book, Waking Up In Heaven. In Heaven, there is no such thing as time. When I closed my eyes in that hospital room and opened them in heaven, I had the sensation that everything just instantaneously washed over me, and yet without any feeling of rushing or urgency. There is only this wonderful, instantaneous sense of knowing and peace and love. In Heaven, you discover who you really are. And in heaven, there is this instant download of information about yourself, and who you were before your time on earth, and who you will be in eternity.

We know from Scripture that heaven is a real place. Are there sufficient Bible verses to tell us what heaven looks like? Are the images of angels and the saints playing harps while lying on the clouds an accurate depiction of heaven?
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How Dying Taught Me to Live a Joy-Filled Life

It follows the life and death of a man named Eddie who is killed and sent to heaven, where he encounters five people who had a significant impact upon him while he was alive. On Eddie's 83rd birthday, one of the amusement park rides malfunctions because of a damaged cable, caused by a car key locking up the mechanics in the ride, and stops halfway through the ride. Two of the staff at Ruby Pier are able to rescue the passengers on the ride and then release the ride's cart for inspection- completely oblivious to Eddie's screams as he realized the cart will detach if it is released. Eddie throws himself with all his might towards the girl, intending to pull her to safety. Eddie feels an exploding impact, sees a blinding flash, feels a little girl's hands in his own, and then nothingness. Eddie then finds himself awake and uninjured and realizes that he feels young and much more energetic. He also felt calm when he landed.

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