Voice of Many Waters: Irrefutable Evidence of Life after Death

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You can argue ideas, but you can't dispute irrefutable evidence.

Are you ready for a miracle-riddled adventure of irrefutable evidence of life after death? The ...

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Overview

You can argue ideas, but you can't dispute irrefutable evidence.

Are you ready for a miracle-riddled adventure of irrefutable evidence of life after death? The breathtaking true events within this book demonstrate God's power in amazing ways.

Unbelievable miracles like:

• The author's unexpected reunion in Heaven with a friend burned to death in a plane crash
• The supernatural rescue of a woman with Alzheimer's disease who once again called her loved ones by name
• The astounding healing of a victim of muscular dystrophy

But beyond the miracles, this book will draw you into a closer relationship with God as you witness his power. This gripping supernatural saga will create a desire to hear and know him as never before.

So get ready for a life-changing journey where you will see beyond doubt that God's words hold the power to set every captive free, heal the sick, and restore broken lives.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606150474
  • Publisher: WinePress Publishing WA
  • Publication date: 7/28/2010
  • Pages: 288

Meet the Author

Alan Youngblood is a respected business leader and Christian mentor in the Dallas-Fort Worth community. His experience includes serving as a pastor, homebuilder/architectural designer, television host, author, and inspirational speaker.

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  • Posted July 23, 2011

    Simply Magnificient!!!

    I'm not a reader but I just couldn't put this book down. I met the Youngbloods after a radio interview they had in Atlanta and they gave me a copy of the book. Intrigued by the title, I started to read it and I laughed, cried, prayed, and rejoiced through the manifestations of the power of God that were revealed in these pages. I loved the stories about Alan's 98lb mother and how her love of God and her family prepared him for the work and purpose God had for his life. This book is not about a near death experience where someone sees the white light and is forever changed. This book is about the miracles God performs everyday and the power He has over every tool of the enemy. I am blessed to have read this book and my love for God grew as a result!!!

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  • Posted April 2, 2011

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    Beyond the Miracles - Experiencing the Presence and Forgiveness of God

    Alan's Youngblood's personal story of being translated into heaven and entering into the very presence of God is not unlike the prophet Isaiah's account of standing before the throne of God .seeing God "high and exalted" with seraphs worshipping. In his book "Voice of Many Waters" Alan recounts awe-inspiring events which communicate God's power in amazing ways. I appreciate the reminder that when our perspective of God focuses on His greatness and the very real sense of His presence, there is no need for fear. Youngblood's story is filled with lessons learned from submission to the call of God on his life. It is his prayer that this message "will bring hope, enlighten the mind, and change lives" of the reader. Alan's example illustrates the way God's life changing touch is imparted to others through obedience. Stories of ministry to the oppressed and demon possessed through exorcism offer revelation of the power of the cross set captives free from the pain and outrage of being held in Satan's controlling grip. Other stories tell of souls released from psychopathic rages, hidden anger, and the "tortured terror" of youth abused and victimized by evil predators. There are testimonies of troubled people contemplating suicide who are introduced to "the liberating power of God and the healing virtues that flow from the sacrifices of his Son" Jesus. Others tell of reconciliation and forgiveness. I appreciate Alan's gift of descriptive writing. His word pictures enable the reader to create their own mental images of the scenes and characters being portrayed. His experiences and illustrations reinforce the promises of God's power revealed in carefully selected scripture passages. Alan candidly shares painful personal stories of reaching the bottom, feeling brokenness, calling out to God, pleading for answers, and the reward of God's gracious mercy, grace, and healing. There are also stories of ministry to others that resulted in miraculous answers to prayer, finding financial freedom, and of physical healing. The book is climaxed with a special message to the people of Israel and an invitation for the reader to join in the spiritual army being assembled to fight in the final battle against Satan and his evil forces. Skeptics may have reservations regarding the reality of Alan's story but for many who have experienced a broken heart.for whatever reason, there is a message of hope and encouragement in the sensitivity of his testimony, and the promise of the indwelling Christ and ministry of the Holy Spirit as the Comforter for them. A complimentary review copy of the book was provided by the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. As reviewed on Midwest Book Review.

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