A Divine Revelation of Heaven provides insights into the connection between the lives of people on earth with activities in Heaven. It affirms that saved people do not simply live an independent existence on earth, and when they die, they go to some kind of holiday resort where everything is wonderful forever.
On the contrary, activities in heaven are directed toward Gods eternal plan and are also intimately tied to the things that happen in this world. Nothing escapes Gods intention as indicated by the books that record the sins of all people, their life activities, their good works and their contributions to Gods kingdom work here on earth.
The book affirms that our actions do have consequences in heaven such as; when abortions are committed, when someone accepts Christs sacrifice on the cross, prayers that go to heaven and praises given to God. We cannot see how these things have effects in heaven but they do.
This book affirms (as a great relief) that children are spared from eternal judgement if they die before the age of accountability and if they die even before birth. God has enough mercy to give them a good future.
The actual structure and style of the book is somewhat disconcerting as it is constantly interjected with scriptures and other references that detract from the main flow of Marys observations. It does not come across as a clear chronology of her visit to heaven that follows her experience, but appears broken into fragments of experiences.
But overall, it is best understood with many other peoples experiences that affirm the reality of heaven and most particularly, that it is incomparably more worthwhile to store up treasures in heaven for eternity, than waste ones life chasing these things on earth.
i was trying to find this book when i read the Devine Revelation of Hell book my mom had. im so grateful for you mrs mary k. baxter. may god continue to bless you and your family. Im going to purchase all your books. For they encourage me and help teach me about Christ.
The anointing of God is in her writings, I have basically all her bookd. The Revelation on Heaven is so powerful and beautiful, a need in this day and age of great hope and expectation of eternity once we leave this earth. A definite must read. To think on these Heavenly things when times are tough is a great book of comfort, encouragement and inspiration.