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  1. Lorie Mieczkowski
    Richmond, MI
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 23, 2008
    Lorie Mieczkowski
    Richmond, MI
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    This is an excellent book explaining how we can know for sure, from Scripture, that our little ones are with the Lord. It is very comforting and an excellent resource for Christian and non-Christian parents alike. There is a wonderful Gospel presentation within the book in the context of whether or not a parent will see his or her child in heaven. We have lost five little ones before birth at various stages of development, and I can say that this book is the best I have read on this subject. It is not hard to read, but be sure to have your Kleenex ready, as the testimonies shared are very moving. I have recommended and given this book to many parents based on the tremendous help it was to our family. Thanks to John MacArthur for his thorough yet caring discussion of this difficult topic.
  2. Bev
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    June 23, 2008
    Bev
    With warmth and compassion and a strong biblical basis, John MacArthur answers the questions that can disturb, and even haunt, the heart of a parent who has lost a baby through miscarriage, neonatal death, in the early months of life, or a very young child, or even abortion. It is a book that will comfort and move a parent forward in their journey of grief -- not with pat answers, but with answers that come from the heart of God. I have read it in my own need and I have given it to others.
  3. Kevin
    1 Stars Out Of 5
    December 27, 2007
    Kevin
    The question that every discerning reader must ask himself is this: "Is faith essential for salvation?" In this book, John MacArthur postulates a means of salvation apart from faith. The person writing this review believes that the cornerstone of all Christian theology is that justification comes only by faith alone, and that a biblical theology concerning what happens to dead babies begins with this uncompromising premise. In the Evangelicals and Catholics Together controversy, John MacArthur defended the doctrine of Justification by Faith Alone. He would have done well to apply the same rigor in this book.
  4. Charlene Dickerson
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    November 15, 2007
    Charlene Dickerson
    John MacArthur did a very good job answering questions about the death of a child and eternity. He suppliedscripture to refer to and studyGods words about it.
  5. Mark
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    April 11, 2006
    Mark
    A strong biblical defense on the salvation of the child who dies at an early age. Macarthur is never accused of being overly sympathetic, and so this is more of a biblical work for the pastor or counselor rather than a comforting book for the family.
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