Heaven Revealed By Paul Enns

Paul Enns, after losing his beloved wife of 45 years, found himself thinking more and more about Heaven.  I have experienced this myself after losing my precious loved ones who have trusted Christ as their Savior.  The way the book was written touched me at a very personal level. It brought back memories and thoughts of my loved ones  as I reflected on what they would be experiencing in Heaven.

Heaven Revealed answered a lot of questions I have asked myself and a few I hadn’t thought about.  This is one of the most comprehensive books on this subject I have read. 

I appreciated how easy to read it was.  There wasn’t a lot of theological jargon to wade through.   Anyone could read it and without difficulty grasp the material.

Some books I have found are filled with the author’s opinions or ideas, but this book is saturated with Scripture.  Everything he says is documented with Bible references.   It became a Bible study as I looked up the scriptures he shared.  I think it will be a great lesson for a group or church class.

I really liked the illustrations he used and personal experiences about his marriage and wife.  Another thing I was impressed with is that almost every chapter had a box with a bare bones outline of the facts covered.  This made it nice when I wanted to look back and have a quick review.

The book inspired hope and comfort in me.  I know that someday I will be there and how wonderful to truly know what my Lord has shown me about my future destination in His Word.

In exchange for my honest review, I received a copy of the book from Moody Publishers.

 

 

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