Matthew, Tell Me about Heaven by Suzanne WardTo rate this book, you must decide how you feel about someone channeling a deceased person. If youre comfortable, then this book is a smash as it describes Nirvana (apparently the appropriate name for what we call Heaven) in a very practical, logical explanation from a deceased young man communicating with his mother after years of adjustment. Im drawn to the descriptions and explanations, but Ill admit Im forced to drag my skeptical side along when later books by Matthew and his mother include messages directly from God (yes, I can handle the idea that we can have a direct connection, but I expected God to be more profound) and several extraterrestrial civilizations. Expectations and prior beliefs must inevitably interfere with the readers perceptions of this whole series of books. Suzanne Ward maintains a newsletter of responses by her son to readers questions.
I think all ideas are worth considering. What you do with them next is entirely up to you.
Matthew, tell me about Heaven
Matthew clears up common misconceptions about the world where he lives he says its proper name is Nirvana and he explains why, in this unprecedented time in the history of Earth, it is essential that we know the truth of our beginnings and our relationship with all of creation. Without that truth, we cannot understand either the purpose of our lives or how to prepare confidently and joyously for what is to come. Read a chapter. Much of the information also focuses on the dimensional shift we are about to make as a planetary consciousness, and how we can prepare for this. The information shared here is vital for these times, and I consider these to be some of the most important writings on the planet today.
We can know—we are meant to know—about that realm we call Heaven and whose proper name, my son Matthew told me, is Nirvana. I was in awe when my telepathic connection opened with my son Matthew, who died at age 17 in , and everything he told me was mind-boggling. It was my soul contract. I want you to know that adjustment here does NOT have to be that way! Like every other soul who arrives, I was greeted lovingly and offered every possible assistance and solace during those months.
Q: "Who or what is the Holy Spirit? I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you. The Holy Spirit is not a vague, ethereal shadow, nor an impersonal force. He is a person equal in every way with God the Father and God the Son. He is considered to be the third member of the Godhead.
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