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When Colton made it thru an emergency appendectomy, his family was overjoyed at his survival. What they weren't expecting was the story that emerged in the months that followed -- the detailing their little boy's trip to Heaven & back. Colton was not yet 4 years old and had not yet learned to read but ...
ImmanuelPPLibrary | 5 other reviews | Jun 7, 2024 |
{my thoughts} – This book is truly astounding. It is also a must read for any Christian Believer. The innocence of a child is something that is often overlooked by many adults and this book brings that into a whole new prospective. I laughed, I cried and I was in awe throughout this whole book. I enjoyed reading about the conversations with young Colton as well as the Bible References in which Todd had used to back up everything that his son had been saying. IT truly brings the whole Heaven, God, Holy Spirit and the concept of time for that matter into another light. It amazes me that with all the Bible reading I have done, all the sermons I have attended in that past, that most of the things this child had come up to his parents and said, I honestly had no clue what they were. I enjoy reading my Bible from time to time but I tend to stay away from the book of Revelations because well it’s confusing to me, but this child was saying things straight out of that book of the Bible and he was saying them factual. It just well it blows my mind. Also, the other little girl mentioned in the book that had similar experiences as young Colton. That absolutely astounded me. I look forward to seeing the movie that is being made in regards to this book in the very near future!… (more)
Zapkode | 228 other reviews | Jun 1, 2024 |
I think this is the 3rd book I've read about a near death experience. This young boy didn't technically die, but I'm sure it's close enough for the experience. Each story I've read was slightly different but similar in discussing the hardship of what brought them to the experience and in the adamant belief that what was experienced during a sort of detachment from their bodies was real. I'm sure the validation of one's beliefs is very rewarding, if hard won.
TraSea | 228 other reviews | Apr 29, 2024 |
By Far awesome book. It had me crying with the family as well as rejoicing with them. You must read this book
Mariafrendo | 228 other reviews | Apr 6, 2024 |



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