Heaven Is For Real: Fact or Fiction?
Just watching the trailer for this upcoming movie arouses so much emotion and confirmation Heaven is real. To witness a four year old child share his experience with no hidden agenda is priceless. The child is the ultimate testifier to the reality of the continuation of life after the physical death. Understanding the Kingdom of the Godhead is tangible as a morning cup of coffee and beautiful beyond our wildest dreams.
Heaven Is for Real is the true story of a four-year old son of a small town Nebraska pastor who experienced heaven during emergency surgery. He talked about looking down to see the doctor operating and his dad praying in the waiting room. The family didn’t know what to believe but soon the evidence was clear.
If the beauty of truth stirs your soul, good luck keeping your tears in your head with this movie. I have read hundreds of accounts of near-death-experience by children and all of them tell a story of Heaven. The Lord holds children as precious cargo because they are unblemished and truth is second nature to them. According to the little boy, Colton, in this movie and the New York Times bestseller, he even met his sister — who was miscarried by his mother, before his birth! It makes you wonder about all of the aborted children who will introduce themselves to their mother one day. How will these women feel when they have to meet their child, who they murdered?
The Most High and His Son, love us so much, they want us to experience all of creation for eternity. When I was in my twenties I became really ill. I had a 105 degree fever (laying in bed) and I was taken to a strange place. It was a place I can not describe with human words because it would not do it justice. I believe I caught a glimpse of the “creation-matrix” and it is on-going. I received a sense it never stops! I was in a place that was pitch-black but it was being illuminated by gargantuan shapes that were connecting like a puzzle, at the speed of thought. I have never forgot about this experience and I never will!
I thought it would be interesting to hear the atheist view on the movie because of course they believe the boy is lying or this is a scam. I suggest they read, “You Cannot Die: The Incredible Findings of a Century of Research on Death” by Dr. Ian Currie. Where he provides research on death and near-death-experience including the testimony of children around the world. He also presents compelling evidence for continuing survival of the spirit beyond the body, and offers surprising revelations of how the decisions we make in our lives have a profound effect on what happens to us after death.
It will be very difficult to be an atheist if you actually take the time to research hundreds of near-death-experience from the child’s perspective. You would have to believe children from all of the world, (from different religions as well) were in cahoots to defraud the world with testimony confirming an afterlife. So many different cultures validated the existence of the after life and Colton is another brick in the wall of the reality of Heaven.
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