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Nine Days in Heaven, A True Story: In the Summer of 1848, Marietta Davis Experienced an Amazing Vision of Heaven and Hell that Changed Her Life. Her ... Touched All who Heard It. This Is Her Story. Paperback – March 1, 2011
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Dennis Prince, after working for nine years as a lecturer in civil engineering, attended Bible college and in 1976 assisted in planting a thriving church, the Christian Resource Centre, in Melbourne, Australia. Today he concentrates on Bible teaching and writing.
Nolene Prince earned a bachelor’s degree in music, specializing in singing, and after teaching school music also attended Bible college. The Princes live in Melbourne and have three married children and three grandchildren.
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First, the vision is amazing. Some parts are a revelation and humbling in its presentation. But there are still some parts that are hard to digest simply because it's just not within our realm of reason. But, if you know God, you know that He does not operate within *our* realm of reason. Look at John 3:16 to prove that statement. It never really crossed my mind what God would be doing in Heaven. I simply thought He was worthy of praise and therefore, everyone up there was praising Him. But this vision, shows that God is always at work. He employs angels in their various tasks, each division of angels doing different tasks, education is still happening up there, and of course, worship. This makes sense to me, at a school, not everyone is a principal; there are teachers, secretaries, aides, students, and other people that make the school function properly and with a purpose. Sin has so destroyed our lives, that thinking of how life would be like without sin, as God has it in Heaven, is too difficult to comprehend.
Second, I find that this vision is Biblically sound in that it presents to the reader exactly what the Bible presents: God, the Lord Creator, is incredibly gracious and loving that He reconciled the lost mankind through His Son, Jesus. And that salvation is found through simple faith in Jesus Christ, a gift through His sacrifice. Not religion, not hymns, or regular attendance to church.
I find this book to be spiritually uplifting, bringing the proper praise and focus where it belongs - to God.
Without the Princes re-writing this for the modern reader, I would have never picked up this book and that would have been my loss.
I read this on my kindle but I appreciated it so much that I am thinking about buying a hard copy to loan out to friends.
Of course, this book is not going to answer every question you have about heaven (or hell) but what it does answer brings so much comfort. To know, just a little, what our deceased loved ones are experiencing and to know, just a little, what we can look forward to.... knowing just this much makes the hardships we face here seem just a little easier.
Also, if you or someone you know has lost a child BY ALL MEANS rush to get this book. It will make your grief so so much easier to bear.