♥ Book Title : The Strong Road to Heaven
☯ Full Synopsis : "Saint Sandra is the chosen one of the spirit of the prophecy, of the coming of Jesus. Jesus will address the world through Saint Sandra. To witness Jesus three times as well as two angels, these miracles are so amazing. All of Saint Sandra’s miracles will sweep you off your feet. Something was floating in Saint Sandra’s bedroom. Saint Sandra’s leg was healed on heaven’s time. To get your spirit to heaven and not to hell is the way of this book. Saint Sandra has witnessed many different encounters in hell. Jesus wins over evil."Article| Sandra Ann Cormier| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : The Simple Road to Heaven
☯ Full Synopsis : "Though most people know of God many know little about Him. Faithful followers of God believe in salvation and eternal life while nonbelievers deem God as a myth, a product of believer's overactive imaginations. Don West walks the reader in "The Simple Road to Heaven" down a path that unravels basic truths concerning God and His plan for His people. Though the road is simple, we know that it is not always an easy road. As West states, "It takes a moment to understand the road to heaven and a lifetime to get there." In the book, West presents what he refers to as the "basic truths" about God and His plans. Through these truths, he aims to encourage the reader to forge a closer and stronger relationship with God in order to fully know Him, understand His will and His hope for mankind. "The Simple Road to Heaven" answers many questions regarding the road to Heaven. The book is a tool for those wanting to know more of God, for those who want to reinforce their own beliefs and for those who want to use it to teach others...."Article| Don West| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Crooked Road to Heaven
☯ Full Synopsis : "It was the fox's fault. If it hadn't darted out from the verge into the path of the van, Sean wouldn't have swerved into the ditch and no one would have died. As it was, Sean and Nole find themselves on the side of the lane chatting with Azrael, the Angel of Death, and setting off along the crooked road to heaven. There, in the Serene Palace of Heavenly Justice, St Peter is waiting to tell them their fate, but in the meantime there is much to learn about the nature of death and a good deal of repenting to be done."Article| Robert Connolly| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Journey to Heaven: A Road Map for Catholic Men
☯ Full Synopsis : "Each hour of each day you are forming habits that shape your character and will determine where you will spend eternity. When your earthly life ends, it will be too late to change your destiny. In the midst of the hectic demands, busy schedules, and countless interruptions of every day, this book gives you the surefire, divinely instituted "apps" for becoming the man God wants you to be. Use them! Your family is counting on you."Article| Randy Hain| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Heavenward Road
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♥ Book Title : The Road to Heaven
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♥ Book Title : The Road to Eternal Life
☯ Full Synopsis : "In the Prologue of his Rule, St. Benedict maps out the road that leads to heaven; he lays the foundation for life in a community that seeks God. The themes that are present throughout the Rule - obedience, humility, prayer, fear of the Lord, eternal life - are grounded in the Prologue. By reflecting on the Prologue one verse at a time, Michael Casey, OCSO, delves into the richness of meaning that can be found in Benedict's words. These reflections, first given as talks and made available on his community's web site, build a bridge between the sixth-century text and twenty-first-century Christians. In The Road to Eternal Life, Casey invites readers to reflect on the Prologue in light of their own experiences, to seek the road that leads to salvation."Article| Michael Casey| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Road from Heaven
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♥ Book Title : Save Me a Place in Heaven
☯ Full Synopsis : "His fathers death prompted him to preserve his family memories for his descendents, but the writing quickly grew into a life essay on farm life, Southern cooking, dogs, small-town life in the 1950s, and the demise of our current culture. The book is written in the authors voice and evokes feelings of Sams, Grizzard, and Rooney. He believes our culture is being slowly destroyed from within by small dogs, cats, bad barbecue, kudzu, fat-free ice cream, cell phones, e-mail, the Internet, childproof lids, hard plastic security packaging, iPods, video players in automobiles, kids not being raised right, rudeness, fast food, moms who dont cook, high school graduates who cant read, long-winded preachers, the disappearance of real Southern cooking, and the popularity of instant grits, Diet Pepsi, and unsweetened tea. His familys history is a goldmine of great food, quirky characters, outlandish actions, and bodacious behavior; he has mined it shamelessly and offers no apologies."Article| Jerry Deriso| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Someday Heaven
☯ Full Synopsis : "Someday Heaven provides biblically based answers on a topic that’s not always easy to explain to a young child. The warm, illuminating art of Wayne McLoughlin helps to convey each touching story of the future God promises to his children. Help your child discover the answers to the wonders of God’s mysterious and glorious home with Someday Heaven."Article| Larry Libby| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Empty Contract Promises Will Be Without Guarantee In Heaven
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♥ Book Title : Halfway to Heaven
☯ Full Synopsis : "Fat, forty-four, father of three sons, and facing a vasectomy, Mark Obmascik would never have guessed that his next move would be up a 14,000-foot mountain. But when his twelve-year-old son gets bitten by the climbing bug at summer camp, Obmascik can't resist the opportunity for some high-altitude father-son bonding by hiking a peak together. After their first joint climb, addled by the thin air, Obmascik decides to keep his head in the clouds and try scaling all 54 of Colorado's 14,000-foot mountains, known as the Fourteeners -- and to do them in less than one year. The result is Halfway to Heaven, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Obmascik's rollicking, witty, sometimes harrowing, often poignant chronicle of an outrageous midlife adventure that is no walk in the park, although sometimes it's A Walk in the Woods -- but with more sweat and less oxygen. Half a million people try climbing a Colorado Fourteener every year, but only twelve hundred have reported summiting them all. Can an overweight, stay-at-home dad become No. 1,201? With his ebullient personality and sparkling prose, Obmascik brings us inside the quirky, colorful subculture of mountaineering obsessives who summit these mountains year after year. Honoring his concerned wife's orders not to climb alone, Obmascik drags old friends up the slopes, some of them lifelong flatlanders tasting thin air for the first time, and lures seasoned Rockies junkies into taking on a huffing, puffing newbie by bribing them with free beer, lunches, and car washes. Among the new friends he makes are an ex-drag racer trying to perform a headstand on every summit, the lead oboe player in a Hebrew salsa band, and a climber with the counterproductive pre-climb ritual of gulping down four beers and a burrito. Along the way, Obmascik experiences the raw, rowdy, and rarely seen intimacy of male friendship, braced by the double intoxicants of adrenaline and altitude. Though danger is always present -- the Colorado Fourteeners have killed more climbers than Mount Everest -- Mark knows his aging scalp can't afford the hair-raising adventures of Jon Krakauer's Into Thin Air, and his quest becomes a story of family, friendship, and fraternity. In Obmascik's summer of climbing, he loses fifteen pounds, finds a few dozen man-dates, and gains respect for the history of these storied mountains (home to cannibalism, gold rushes, shoot-outs, and one of the nation's most famed religious shrines). As much about midlife and male bonding as it is about mountains, Halfway to Heaven tells how weekend warriors can survive them all as they reach for those most distant things -- the summits of mountains and a teenage son. And as one man exceeds the physical achievements of his youth, he discovers that age -- like summit height -- is just a number."Article| Mark Obmascik| Statement ..."