My Dream of Heaven: A Nineteenth Century Spiritual Classic

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Harrison House Publishers, 2009 - Religion - 170 pages
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"My Dream of Heaven]]captures Biblical truths with emotional impressions."

- Rev. Billy Graham Facing Death and the Life After

This nineteenth century classic inspires the reader with new confidence and excitement about an eternal home and reunion with loved ones gone on before. It contains two missing chapters that have not appeared in print in over 100 years!

The words of the author, Rebecca Ruter Springer, set the stage for this classic treasure from the original 1898 version. Within the pages of this little volume lies]] "the hope that it may comfort and uplift some who read, even as it then did, and as its memory ever will do, for me, I submit this imperfect sketch of a most perfect vision."

This version includes a forward and afterword from well-known speaker and minister Vicki Jamison-Peterson.

 

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I started to read this book last summer just before the death of my sister and finished it before the death of my mother five weeks later. Even though this was a dream not a vision it helped me so ... Read full review

A Preview of Eternity

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After reading discussing teaching & debating the Bible for over 35years I can say that Ms. Springers account of the spiritual hereafter is a very fascinating and quite plausible description for those ... Read full review

Contents

III
1
IV
13
V
25
VI
31
VII
41
VIII
47
IX
63
X
73
XVI
121
XVII
127
XVIII
133
XIX
145
XX
153
XXI
155
XXII
171
XXIII
176

XI
81
XII
87
XIII
97
XIV
103
XV
113
XXIV
178
XXV
179
XXVI
181
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Rebecca Ruter Springer (1832-1904) wrote My Dream of Heaven, originally entitled, IntraMuros, as a result of an inspiration she had when she was ill. The subtitle is presented as a dream, and the story itself is presented as a vision. She herself said that the story was not meant to be taken with the weight of the prophetic, but as a comfort and an idea of heaven in a general way. She took the dream and turned it into a story that has comforted many in their grief since 1898 when it was first published. Springer was a Methodist writer who also wrote other works: Beachwood, Self, Songs by the Seas, Leon, and others.

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