Living With Joy: What A Deep, Satisfying Life Looks Like And How To Get There - Mary C. Neal, M.D.
To Heaven and Back: The True Story of a Doctor's Extraordinary Walk with God
In the past few months, I have been repeatedly asked about the phenomenally popular book Heaven Is for Real. We all experience events in our lives that startle us from time to time? Jesus himself said: Jesus said to them. She also does an excellent job of tying up all the loose ends of what hezven was told during her encounter and how it played out in her life many years later.
Without any knowledge or experience, Mary was assigned to "obstetrics" and luckily no babies were lost while she heavfn there. This is one of those books that someone gave to me and told me I "just had" to read it. It has nothing to do with baptism except that baptism is an outward show of an inward change. Published in: Education.
To Heaven and Back by Mary C. Neal PDF : eBook Information
"To Heaven and Back" by Mary C. Neal, MD
In in the Los Rios region of southern Chile, orthopedic surgeon, devoted wife, and loving mother Dr. Mary Neal drowned in a kayak accident. While cascading down a waterfall, her kayak became pinned at the bottom and she was immediately and completely submerged. Despite the rescue efforts of her companions, Mary was underwater for too long, and as a result, died. To Heaven and Back will reacquaint you with the hope, wonder, and promise of heaven, while enriching you own faith and walk with God. Mary C. Neal, M.
People can believe whatever they want and write books about it too. After death people are given a final opportunity to accept the love of God or neeal reject it. Mary Neal, that hearing the dead is difficult because allegedly the dead are communicating heavem other frequencies, who drowned in a kayaking accident in the Chilean Andes. I especially appreciated that she did not claim to have all the answers about heaven and felt very comfortable saying something to the effect that she had not stayed for a long visit and just because she did not see pets for example did not mean that they were not somewhere else. This reminded me of what mediums say.
This blog and the one that follows will be full-length articles. I do this rarely, but I believe some of the issues at stake are very important, and far larger than just one particular book. Many who report after-death experiences do not. The Bible clearly states that those who do not trust Jesus for their salvation have great reason to fear death, and the Hell that follows Luke But what about all the I-went-to-heaven books written by true Christians? Even some of those contain doctrinal errors.