Tender, heartbreaking, and eye-opening, Glimpses of Heaven gives you an intimate look at the final thoughts, words, and visions of terminally ill and dying people. Now available in this audio edition, these more than forty true stories paint a reassuring picture of life's end. You'll marvel at how patients received exactly what they needed to see or hear in order to die peacefully and well. And you'll find great hope and peace in knowing that God goes to great lengths to redeem, comfort, and prepare His children to come home.
Whether you are facing the death of a loved one or confronting a terminal disease, Glimpses of Heaven will touch your heart and reassure you of the great love and peace God longs for you to receive.
- I admit, I only listened to...
I admit, I only listened to maybe an hour of this, but I really didn't enjoy it. I didn't think it was theologically accurate and the reader wasn't the best, either. Even though I couldn't see the text, of course, I could hear that the reader mispronounced some names. What Catholic priest has ever been named 'Father Same-us', for example? It is pronounced Shea-mus! Maybe that's a small quibble but that and the general theological ookiness (yes, I know that's not a word, but you know what I mean) the book left me with made me stop before I finished, kind of unusual for me. Please don't get me wrong, I *love* Christianaudio.com and recommend it to all my friends, but this book wasn't a winner for me.