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I read My Time in Heave several months ago and since then have given away well over 20 books
to friends and people at church. For example, one couple, grandparents, had just lost there small grandson. He was now in Heaven. This book helped them to understand how their little guy was playing with Jesus now and with other children. It has been such a blessing. The author had been on the Sid Roth TV program. But now he himself is with our Savior Face to face. I praise God that he obeyed and told us about Heaven in this book as Jesus had asked him to do when he returned.
The author of this book is a "minister" (denominationally unaffiliated?), who claims to have had direct revelations from Jesus since early childhood. The book purports to be one such revelation, following a fatal automobile accident, from which Jesus sent him back, with a message for humanity. To cut to the chase, the message is this: Jesus loves us, and wants us with him in his kingdom. The author, although allowing that within his vision of heaven "There were scenes there so beyond my understanding that I don't even want to speak of them, for you would not believe them" (p.121; analytically, the sentence makes no sense), nevertheless spends many pages describing the heaven which he was supposedly allowed to experience, including the very Throne of God himself. Evidently Paul's dictum (2 Cor. 12:4) does not apply here. It would be easy to mock the book as an evangelically puerile description of what heaven should be like (everything is huge, bejeweled, fragrant, and friendly, even if the activities of the souls there are very much like a continuing revival meeting at its peak). The author includes a (mercifully brief) Jesus-guided tour of "the Other Place", which reads like a very bad Cliff-notes summation of Dante's Inferno, albeit theologically more interesting than the heaven which he describes. I am assuming, however, that the testimonies concerning the value of the book are genuine. So, there are some who, reading it, have been drawn closer to Jesus than they otherwise would have been. Although I accept the message which Jesus has sent, for me this book was not and could not have been its source.