Hello, John and Doves,
Brother Paul, rather than
spending your money on something incomplete, may I
suggest a book ordered by my Pastor, Ray Bentley [of
Maranatha Chapel, San Diego, CA].
We had a Men's Breakfast one
particular time, and the book we all bought and studied
was Randy Alcorn's book, Heaven. If you
have any questions after reading this book, then you'll
just have to wait until you get there. The book is
One side note:
My pastor called Randy Alcorn
[it was arranged, of course] at that Men's Breakfast,
and asked him if there would be surfing in heaven.
Randy's answer was that "there will be no more sea"
[Revelation 21:1] probably refers to Jesus
talking about one flock made up of both saved Jews
and saved Gentiles[John 10:16]. Thus, there will
no longer be any sea of Gentiles, since we will be one
happy family. Another possible interpretation,
according to Randy, is that there will be bodies of
water no larger than the Great Lakes [which do
experience weather, even sudden weather changes--like
the Sea of Galilee]. Thus, there would not, on the
new heavens and earth, be quite so large a body as the
Mediterranean Sea [called, "the Sea" in the Bible].
Here is the URL to buy the
Baruch HaShem Adonai Roi,
Wilson (14 Nov 2011)
I would like a review of these two
books I am wanting to know if I should buy them or not. I
don’t want to buy them and find out it has so many errors
that it can’t be real. I have read a book by a famous
preacher that turned out to be that way. The first book is
“My Time In Heaven” by SIGMUND RICHARD and the second is
“A Place Called Heaven” by Richard Sigmund. same author
just listed differently.