Heaven's Lessons: Ten Things I Learned About God When I Died - eBook  -     By: Steve Sjogren
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Heaven's Lessons: Ten Things I Learned About God When I Died - eBook

Thomas Nelson / 2013 / ePub

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2013
ISBN: 9781400204328
ISBN-13: 9781400204328
Availability: In Stock

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“If you’d asked me who God is on December 9, the year of my accident, I would have been able to give you a fairly cohesive but theoretical answer. A day later all of that changed.”

A simple surgery went horribly wrong. Steve Sjogren died on the operating table. He encountered a heavenly world where he felt infinite peace. And then he had to come back—back to a physical reality filled with pain and disability and an endless line of tests.

The drama of dying suddenly paled in comparison to the trauma of living. Sjogren could not face this new existence with his same old comfortable understanding of God.

“I had minimized God,” Sjogren says. “Somehow, over time, he had become fairly predictable—like he could be outlined, fully grasped, and contained in a neat set of mere ideas. Now I saw that he apparently wasn’t all that impressed with my cool little notebooks.”

One day in heaven followed by hundreds in agony forged a deeper and stronger faith than Sjogren could have crafted on his own. In Heaven’s Lessons, Sjogren shares his experiences and the life-changing ways they have affected his perspective on success, suffering, and the mysteries of God.

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  1. Athens, AL
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: male
    2 Stars Out Of 5
    Decent, just nothing new...
    May 9, 2013
    Athens, AL
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: male
    Quality: 2
    Value: 2
    Meets Expectations: 2
    Heaven's Lessons is a good read from a person who has experienced a lifetime's worth of things. Steven Sjogren has survived death (in a way) and gone on to provide insight into his priority shift. It took me a long time to get through this book as it seemed to be another repetitive discussion concerning what we realize is important after a tragic event in life. I did enjoy Sjogren's writing, but felt it was nothing brand new to draw my attention. We have all had experiences that cause us to rethink our motives and plans, just perhaps not as drastic as Sjogren's. I enjoyed his book, but did not find it "life-altering" or "goal-changing" like I did with other, similar books.
  2. Kansas
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Heaven's Lessons by Steve Sjogren
    February 24, 2013
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 3
    Meets Expectations: 3
    Heaven's Lessons by Steve Sjogren is Steve's story of the day his heart stopped beating after his descending aorta was cut during a so called simple surgery. He almost bled out that day and this book talks of his surviving the ordeal and learning to live afterwards. He discusses seeing the doctors and nurses working on him from the ceiling. He writes being in contact with and talking to God and the peace he felt being in His presence. He discusses his agonizing physical difficulties with overcoming the problems of being deprived of oxygen for so long as well as the emotional aspects of learning to deal with the new God he had discovered and the dealing with the difficulties of what to do with his old comfortable understanding of God. He says in the book that apparently God was not all that impressed with his cool little notebooks though he continues to journal just in a new way of understanding.

    Mr. Sjogren talks often about his forgiveness of the doctors, the hospital, and also the church of which he was pastor but he goes on overlong about what they did and it makes me wonder if it isn't still a work in progress. It would admittedly be difficult to forgive and he discusses that but he says that he has but then in later chapters will repeat the same problems. If this is still difficult then admit it and go on—most any sane person would understand. Through no fault of his own he went through a horrible ordeal and then the church of which he started and was the pastor let him go and hired another. To say that life was difficult would be an understatement but he says that all is forgiven. I would give this book a better than average rating.

    This book was supplied by Booksneeze for this review.
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