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Heaven Is Now
- Awakening Your Five Spiritual Senses to the Wonders of Grace
- Narrated by: Jon Gauger
- Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
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What if heaven wasn't just meant to be experienced after we die? What if heaven can be enjoyed here on earth—right now? Through story and conversations with Jesus, best-selling author Andrew Farley reveals how much you can take in the beauty of heaven no matter what your circumstances.
With insight firmly rooted in the reality of pain and suffering in his own life, Andrew assures you that heaven is not merely some pie-in-the-sky dream for the future—it is now. He shows you how to awaken your spiritual sense in order to see, hear, smell, taste, and feel the grace of heaven, even in the midst of trouble here on earth. The heaven you can experience in this life lies within you, far beyond the reach of the world—but well within your grasp.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
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- T Moses
Heaven's Blessings: All Here and Now!
...loaded with the reaffirmation of God's goodness (contrary to what religion trains us to believe).
I would recommend this book to everyone. It debunks the idea of 'working' our way to heaven on so many levels. I believe this book glorifies God. It is a book I will listen to periodically to reset my thinking cap. Thank you Andrew Farley.
6 people found this helpful
beautiful , life changing for anyone searching
for anyone searching for the missing pieces in your relationship with Christ. brilliant and poetic
3 people found this helpful
- Amazing Customer
Putting words in God's mouth
Love my brother Andrew Farley after finding him on YouTube only yesterday. However, I listened to the first three chapters and that's all I could take of him putting words in God's mouth. He creates these imaginary letters from Jesus at the end of each chapter. However God warns in the book of Revelation that if anyone adds anything to God's Word He will add to them the plagues written in His Word. Okay so he's not adding to the actual Bible, but still I don't think God likes when humans put imaginary words in His mouth in any form of speech or writing, even when it's well intentioned. It made me so uncomfortable to hear that I'm going to try to return the book to Audible.