A Divine Revelation of Heaven

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Whitaker House, 1998 - Religion - 205 pages
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After thirty nights of experiencing the depths of hell, Mary Baxter was shown the realms of heaven. Included are her descriptions of the order of heaven, what happens to children, and the throne of God. These breathtaking glimpses of heaven will turn your heart toward the beauty and joy that await every believer in Christ.

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Review: A Divine Revelation of Heaven

User Review  - Bernard Bentley - Goodreads

Everybody wants to go do heaven but nobody wants to die. The truth is regarding death we have no choice. It is great to see what awaits us on the other side for those who serve God and have joy regarding his imminent return. Read full review

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User Review  - Steve Dustcircle - Goodreads

Ridiculous and silly. Nothing remotely realistic in this piece of fiction but Baxter's insanity. How anyone can take these writing seriously seriously scares me on a deep level, considering Heaven didn't historically exist in the Jewish philosophies until about 200 BCE. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Mary K. Baxter has a deep concern for the unsaved and desires above

all to be a soulwinner for Jesus Christ. In 1976, during an extended

period of prayer, she received visions of hell and heaven for forty

nights revelations of warning and of salvation, which she has since

recorded in her books A Divine Revelation of Hell and A Divine

Revelation of Heaven. Mary was ordained as a minister in 1983 at a Full

Gospel church in Taylor, Michigan. From the headquarters of Divine

Revelation, Inc., her Florida-based ministry, this anointed evangelist

continues to travel the world, telling her story of heaven and hell and her

revelatory visits from the Lord.

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