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Secrets from Beyond the Grave: A Biblical Guide to the Mystery of Heaven, Hell and Eternity

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  • Posted October 9, 2010

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    Animals, Bible, Heaven

    I have read a lot of the comments concerning this book and what Perry Stone writes. I am a Christian and read my Bible everyday and I agree that there will not be any animals in Heaven. I have read a lot about where the lion shall lay down beside the lamb, but I believe that in the Bible what the words say are not what God means for us to hear. I am not an animal lover and I really really hate to hear dogs barking, and I just don't believe that God would let me go to Heaven and then have to listen to dogs or any other animal.

    I believe that Perry has wrote a great book explaining these things. I know the Bible says that when God made the world and put Adam into it. He told Adam that he was over all the animals, and what about when Noah and his family went into the ark, they were to take more that two pairs of animals, that were considered at that time clean to eat. Then in the New Testament Jesus came and died so that we would not have to use blood as a sacrifices anymore, He took their place and said that it does not matter how we look on the inside or what we eat, God looks at our souls. He put the animals here for our food along with the vegetables so if any of the animals had a soul do you think God would tell us to eat them.


    I have just finished reading Revelations for the fourth or fifth time and it does not say a thing about God judging the animals just humans. Oh well I guess I have given everyone my thought, but I really liked the way Perry Stone wrote this book. I believe everyone that really believes their pets will be in Heaven with them should receive a copy of this book maybe for Christmas.


    Thanks to Strang Book Group for sending me this book for review.

    2 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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