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Posted February 23, 2013
It may just be the way he wrote the book, but the descriptions o
It may just be the way he wrote the book, but the descriptions of the heavenly dimensions Kevin visited actually don't make me want to go there. It's all so....bland. Too many smiling robotic angels. Puerile, no character.
The sense of the kindness of Jesus did come through though. No majesty, but kindness. Majesty would be so hard to describe using words. But kindness is obvious. And love, real love, is kind.
However, the jejune Jesus portrayed in the book makes me wonder why he supposedly asked Kevin to share all this stuff.
Anyway, human words failed. The need for an actual portal opening from within the book to more creative green pastures created by the amazing Creator (whom God most surely is) would be good. Perhaps in a few years technological developments combining visuals with words will afford us such perceivable experiences that this particular reading material does not give. My imagination got bored, to be honest, by the dull, even banal, portrayal of heaven in this book. It was a bit like watching a badly acted school play.
My suggestion to any follower of Jesus is that you let him lead you into the heavenly dimensions whatever way is right for you personally without basing your expectations on anything other people have declared it's like, and then don't try and write a book about it.
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Posted October 4, 2013