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Matthew, Tell me about Heaven: A Firsthand Description of the Afterlife Paperback – September, 2002
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I have bought this book for all of my friends who have all gained strength and pleasure from the loving information in this book.
Religious fanatics may have their eyes opened (or not) after reading this book.
I can't recommend this book strongly enough; it is an absolutely fantastic book and a must for all those with an open mind and an open heart.
How can I begin to describe the "Omg, this makes sense" awakening I began to feel as I read page after page, chapter after chapter? This book changed my life - and that is an understatement! Reading Matthew became the catalyst for a series of sychronicities that led me down many intertwining roads in my own journey towards healing, spiritual enlightenment, my own purpose in life, and eventually the supreme joy of communicating with my own daughter.
To say that I highly recomend this book is also an understatement. I wish more people knew about this book, so I hope you'll all spread the word after reading it. It is a definitive must read for grieving parents and anyone else who has lost someone special in their life, or for those who ask, "Who am I, and why am I here?" (In fact, that was the one question I asked, that led to this book and everything else since).
I wish all of you a most remarkable and joyous journey of your own.
Nevertheless, I did approach this book with much skepticism, not the pseudo-skepticism of the closed-minded cynics who call themselves skeptics. One never knows for certain whether the writing is in fact coming from spirit or whether it is coming from the subconscious. Of course, it could also be total fabrication. Suzanne Ward seems honest and sincere and so I ruled out the latter. To fabricate such material would be in total opposition to the message. As for it coming from the subconscious, Ward recognized this possibility and explained that many of the ideas coming from Matthew were totally alien to her, even to her imagination. Thus, I was left to conclude that Suzanne Ward may very well be one of those gifted with the ability to communicate with the spirit world.
While many of the ideas expressed by Matthew are foreign to Christianity and other religions, they are similar to other revelation through mediums, including automatic writers. They appeal to reason and are consistent with a just and loving Creator. It should be kept in mind that much of the Bible is based upon such medimship. Moses receiving The Ten Commandments is an example of automatic writing.
Matthew describes his environment, the activities in his realm, the nature of time, the difference between angels and spirit guides, the effects of prayer, and other aspects of the "larger life," including the nature of transition from this side.Read more ›
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Excellent book! Gets into much detail about what it is like to be on the other side, in Heaven. Very informative.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Really great insight into what really happens when we leave physical existance. I recommend it for everyone!!Published 2 months ago by Eric Brathwaite-Hill
Love reading about heaven after all it's the place were we all go back to when we're done here on planet earth!Published 5 months ago by Maria Jansen
I've been reading Matthew's Messages for years. I really love this book. I've read it several times. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lyn Williams
This is a must read for all people who have lost a loved one, especially a child. Are you searching for a meaning to life and why bad things can happen to good people? Read morePublished 6 months ago by Libby
I’ve read all four of Suzy’s books: Matthew, Tell Me about Heaven, Revelations for a New Era, Voices of the Universe, and Illuminations for a New Era. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael J. Rhodes, Award-Winning Author of The Freedom Code