- This guy definitely experienced a miracle. From what he went through to recover to where he is today is just amazing.
- I personally liked that Don did not spend most of the book describing what he saw in “heaven” (this is as far as I got). Now this is just my own controversial thinking but I think what Don saw was a personal set up for himself. God knew Don wasn’t done here on earth and he set specific people for him to see and specific things. Since Don never went past the gate he got a glimpse of what can/will be. Just my thoughts.
- Even though many people will want Don to describe heaven in detail the fact that he can’t really explain what he saw because there is nothing like it here on earth makes it more real.
- Too many Bible versions. We’re like that. It’s like you’re hunting and pecking for the right version to say what you want it to say. And what is says is completely different from other versions.
- First part of the book, the preface, the update, etc. was just too much! He wanted to get to the story and all this felt like fluff.
- The book felt like a movie (his words).
- Don focused A LOT on his pain. My husband is halfway through the book and waiting for Don to thank the Lord for saving him. He’s a little disappointed in this but I reminded him that this is reality. Someone in this much pain is going to FOCUS on it.
This is just my husband picking apart the book. I’ve also been able to grab it and read bits and pieces to answer questions such as…
Does God have a mission for Don back here on earth?
What did his family go through?
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