Thursday, July 24, 2003

Have you ever thought what would people be doing in heaven after they die? Would people actually spend their lives doing everything for God only to end up in an eternity of lying on fluffy clouds dressed in plain white gowns, strumming the strings of a golden harp and eating peeled grapes?! Bleack! Whatta bore! This book puts forth some very interesting theories of what life could be in heaven (this is the book I was telling you about last night that I finished in one sitting). Of course nobody yet has gone to heaven and come back to tell us what really happens up there but the author confidently bases his theories on the clues scattered in the pages of the Good book. He tells us that this life is one big opportunity and training-ground for life thereafter. He first opens the need to determine where we'll be spending eternity (smoking or non-smoking?). If you already have a personal relationship with Jesus, then it becomes a different story altogether. Life then becomes a training-ground to know what kind of job you'll be having in heaven. Surprised? Me too. I mean why would one still be working in heaven? Isn't all those years of toiling enough? Ahhh... this book answers it and more. It turns out that what we do here on earth (including our attitudes and motives towards everything and everyone) matters a lot. It doesn't mean that if you're a somebody here you'll still be enjoying the same privilege in the afterlife or it'll still be the same story if you're a nobody here on earth. It's still a wait and see proposition *wink-wink*. Buy the book and read it. I promise you the value of knowing and securing your future far surpasses anything that money can buy. After all how much do you think a life changing experience is worth?

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