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A must read

I just read a book that was touching, inspiring, filled with promises and hope. You may have heard about it, "Heaven is for Real" by Todd Burpo. It's non-fiction and is about his 3 year old son, Colton who becomes deathly ill and during surgery he slips from consciousnesses and enters Heaven. While he was in Heaven for a short 3 minutes, he met Jesus face to face, met his grandpa he never knew about, the sister that his mom miscarried at 6 weeks and so many others. It is astounding. He also sees the end times and has amazing talks with the Lord. I could go on and on but I don't want to ruin for those who haven't experienced his amazing journey.  It is a MUST read! Even for those who don't believe in God. It gives you a glimpse into Heaven and will most likely answer questions you might have. Its a super fast read, one of those books that you just can't put down....and that's coming from a girl who is not a fan of reading!

Order it today on Amazon or put it on your kindle!
I'm telling you, you will not be disappointed!

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Rachel M. said…
Oh yes! It is definitely worth reading, realizing how real God is!

Love,
Rachel
You have such a cute blog! I found you through "Hair to Blair" My daughter was born Oct 2nd 2009, they are so close in age :) Congrats on baby #2 !!
Tiffany said…
I just ordered this book. I lost my best friend, age 30, in April and could use an inspirational book. I was on the bump with you and have a son born 10/6/09 :). I love reading your blog. Your welcome to check out mine...
www.octobertwinsplusone.blogspot.com

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