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Cold Noses At The Pearly Gates

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Comfort In A Time Of Loss

I read this book after the loss of my best friend of ten years. What ever your religious beliefs this book will guide you through a difficult time. The author does a great job of teaching what the Bible has to say about what happens to our pets after they leave this wor...
I read this book after the loss of my best friend of ten years. What ever your religious beliefs this book will guide you through a difficult time. The author does a great job of teaching what the Bible has to say about what happens to our pets after they leave this world. God had a purpose for animals here on Earth. They were created before man and were to be our companions. After reading this book I have an even stronger belief of where my friend is now. I recommend this book for anyone who loves their pets.

posted by Dog_LoverCA on August 15, 2009

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Have you lost a pet?

I bought this book the day after putting a beloved cat to sleep. I was crying at the register when I bought this book. I tried not too but I was so bereaved I couldn't help myself. I don't know what I was looking for when I bought this book. I am not a very religious pe...
I bought this book the day after putting a beloved cat to sleep. I was crying at the register when I bought this book. I tried not too but I was so bereaved I couldn't help myself. I don't know what I was looking for when I bought this book. I am not a very religious person. I do believe in an afterlife but I don't go to church everyday and I felt like this book was preaching to me.
I think I just wanted to be comforted in knowing I'd made the right decision and that my cat did not hate me but this book didn't provide that type of thought or answer. Or, if it did, I didn't see it there.
I'm sure this book would be helpful to others with a deeper Faith but I found more comfort and more console in some websites online than in this book.

posted by gypsywillow on January 9, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2010

    This book was insightful as to the answers I was searching for....

    I recently lost a very dear pet - not the first, but for some reason this one really stirred up a "need to know" with regards to what does the bible say about where pets and/or animals go when they die. This book does give some insightful views and some solid evidence that our pets, and other animals do indeed have souls, and a place of some sort in heaven. It was comforting, and it helped to know that Gary Kurtz had the same experiences and questions as I did. I would recommend the book to someone who has lost a pet and wonders "where do their souls go?" I like the way the book is written and structured.

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  • Posted March 16, 2010

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    Proves biblically that animals have souls just like humans do and were to be immortal just as Adam and Eve were. When Adam fell, animals too became mortal. Still, human and animal souls are eternal -- even though our present bodies are not. That is, not until we have passed God's Judgment and earned our resurrected bodies. I recommend this book only to those who are Christians. An exception would be those who are thinking about converting to Christianity. The author does not explain how animals have come to have eternal souls in other religious persuasions. Ideal for Christians who have lost a beloved pet. The book promises that people will be reunited with their beloved pets when they go to Heaven. Does not answer the question if some animals will go to Hell as certain individuals certainly will. I enjoyed it and learned about scripture concerning animals contained in the Holy Bible. I recommend it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 23, 2010

    Comforting Words

    This book brings a certain amount of comfort in believing your beloved pet will be waiting for you in Heaven. Even though we can't know for sure they will be there, God will do the right thing for you and your pet and He will honor the love you shared. Recommend for hope and comfort.

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    Posted May 19, 2009

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