I Will See You In Heaven

Author: Jack Wintz
Publisher: Paraclete Press (MA)
ISBN: 9781612615844
Size: 49.22 MB
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For anyone who is grieving the loss of beloved pets, this bestselling little book offers wisdom, comfort, and the reassuring hope that we will see our cats and dogs and other animals in heaven. Friar Jack Wintz has been pondering this for years, and he is convinced that God's loving relationship with creation includes the afterlife. Here, Friar Jack traces the history of God's fatherly care for his creatures-from thr Garden of Eden, to Noah and the Ark, Jonah and the Whale, and the life and example of St. Francis of Assisi-and also shares from his personal life experience."Our God is a God of overflowing love, goodness, and beauty who is ready to give over everything to those he loves. Surely the Creator would not suddenly stop loving and caring for the creatures he had put into existence with so much care!" -Friar JackIncludes:Gift inscription pagePrayers of Blessing-for any animal, fish, bird, or other creature14 brief chapters of wisdom and reflection

I Ll See You In Heaven

Author: Vickie Funston
Publisher: Winepress Pub
ISBN: 9781579218911
Size: 15.84 MB
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For anyone who has ever lost a loved one, I’ll See You in Heaven provides a vivid picture of the journey from death into eternal life, highlighting the sights and sounds of heaven while bringing comfort to those in grief. This book will: • Bring encouragement to those who have suffered a loss. • Reassure the reader of the promise of heaven through biblical truth. • Remind the grieving of the blessings enjoyed by those who have gone to be with Jesus. • Serve as a wonderful gift that is personal and thoughtful. • Offer appeal to both men and women who seek comfort. • Provide a page to insert a photo of the lost loved one. • Be available in a compact size that can be kept close at all times.

I Ll See You In Heaven

Author: Tracy Kujawa
Size: 41.13 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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An Arabian horse brings comfort to children, especially to a girl named Amber.

Goodbye Pet See You In Heaven

Author: Bel Mooney
Publisher: Biteback Publishing
ISBN: 1785901540
Size: 36.77 MB
Format: PDF
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When her beloved small dog died, Bel Mooney was astonished at the depth of her ongoing sorrow. Sharing her loss online and in a newspaper article brought a deluge of responses, spurring Bel to explore these feelings further. Why do humans mourn pets? Can animals themselves grieve - and do they have souls? In Goodbye, Pet & See You in Heaven, Bel sets off on an emotional journey to learn more about pet bereavement. She is astounded by inexplicable 'signs' of her dog's spirit, watches Bonnie’s ashes being turned into glass, talks to experts and discusses the mysterious enduring energy of love. She discovers why Ancient Egyptians mummified animals and what different faiths, myths, writers and scientists have to say about animals and the afterlife. She also looks back over her own life and reflects on lessons learned from companion animals - and from wildlife too. As informative as it is deeply moving, Goodbye, Pet is an intensely personal, uplifting look at the love we share with pets, both in life and afterwards. Enriched by heartfelt stories and inspirational words, it is a book to be treasured by anyone who has ever loved an animal.

I Ll See You Again

Author: Jen Claflin Fone
ISBN: 9781095775943
Size: 72.14 MB
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I'll See You Again is one person's search for comfort in the loss of their pets over the years. Jen Claflin Fone has searched the Bible for peace when she has lost a pet and has come to some conclusions in her own study about her dogs being in Heaven. Hopefully, if you've picked up this book looking for comfort, you find it in these pages.

Heaven Or Hell It S Your Choice

Author: Lucita O. Villaflores
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456806017
Size: 34.10 MB
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I had been a nurse for more than 2 decades and I witnessed 2 definite situations in the hospital or in the community either to recover or die. In this kind of situation I noticed various emotional and behavioral displays. For people who recovers it is a celebration of life but for a dying person, fear, struggles, anxiety, screaming, yelling for help sets in and the joy, rest, peace with great expectations begun to marvel. Why? I was 9 years old sickly, frail and scared of death wanting to go to heaven but I don’t know how? I recovered and I was glad but still with a big question how will I go to heaven? I was clueless. While I was still a nursing student assigned in a hospital, I heard someone screaming loudly, “I don’t want to go.” I saw a big muscled man struggling and fighting with no one around. Few hours later I discovered that he died of internal bleeding with wide open eyes and mouth. A sign of struggle? Why?