Sarah Hinze’s Book, We Lived In Heaven

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I received a free copy of Sarah Hinze’s book, We Lived In Heaven, to consider for review. I have spent some time with this book and finished reading it this week. It brought tears to my eyes.

Here are the words from the back cover:

“This book is a remarkable collection of accounts of families who have had the opportunity to meet the souls of their sons and daughters before they were born. Read about the vivid memories of life in heaven by young children, and dramatic stories of prayers answered by guardian angels who watch over us. Discover:

  • A letter from a mother to her son, whom she gave up for adoption, telling him of the dream that guided her through that painful decision.
  • A kidnapped child who survived her ordeal by the guiding hand of the baby sister who would be born years later.
  • A little boy’s memory of being brought to earth by his grandfather–a man he never knew.
  • A woman’s vision of a child in a garden, and the powerful certainty that he was her son, waiting his turn to come into this world.

“Sarah Hinze’s own personal pre-birth experiences complete this inspiring collection, which radiates a universal sense of peace, joy, and hope that touches us all.”

Whether or not a person believes or does not believe in experiences like those shared by countless individuals in this book, the read itself is uplifting. There were several occasions, as I mentioned up above, where tears came to my eyes and peace to my heart as I read through the personal accounts of many people in this sweet volume.

In fact, when I finished reading the book, I didn’t want it to end. I sincerely hope that Ms. Hinze has another volume soon to come.

BOOK INFORMATION:

Paperback–137 pages

Publisher–Spring Creek Book Company, Nov 2006

Author’s Website–Sarah Hinze

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