*AKIANE / COLTON
This is things from Akiane Kramarik and Colton Burpo who both at very early ages experienced heaven and spent time with Jesus. Their experiences are fascinating. Other things on this board I have come across and think that God would approve of them helping people to understand just who God is...He longs for us to "Just Know Him" ~~~
GEORGE BEVERLY SHEA PASSES AWAY AT 104 -America's Beloved Gospel Singer & long-time Billy Graham Crusade Associate Bev Shea died on Tues.eve. For over 60 yrs he carried the Gospel in song to every continent & US state.Through music & proclamation of the Word, Bev Shea, w/Cliff Barrows& Mr.Graham shared the saving faith of Jesus Christ with millions. At 23 he composed 1 of his best known solos, “I’d Rather Have Jesus.”
The Holy Bible - 1611 Edition King James Version / 400th Anniversary Black Ge
The 1611 KJV Holy Bible top view. This is a beautifully bounded, black leather King James Version 1611 English Bible.
Bible of Nurnberg 1712 / REPRINT edition of Christoph Weigel's famous Bible / It contains full-page engraved illustrations, each of them representing a famous story from the Bible and described with thought provoking epigrammas in Latin and German [Hardcover] Christoph Weigel (Author) $349.99
This is what Jesus looks like. Both Akiane (who painted this picture of Jesus at age 8) and Colton (the little boy at age 4 in the book "Heaven Is For Real") have been to heaven and spent time with Him. Akiane says that there are more colors in heaven then we have here on earth. I can't wait.
The Broad and Narrow Way - Is a fascinating picture of Heaven (being the narrow way)and Hell (being the broad way) translated from the original German, by Miss Marriott, a Mildmay Deaconess in 1868. There is scriptures written all through the painting... It was a dream of a German women who then commissioned someone to paint it for her. There are several renditions of it.This link tells the story of it. pictureswithamess...
Her very first painting. She writes about it... My father was injured and without a job, my baby brother was very sick, my mother was homeschooling us, four children, and we were very poor. I was seven and I was stubborn. I wanted to paint but we had no money for paint or canvases. I found in the garage a small canvas and two semi-empty tubes of paint. One white and the other burnt umber. And I painted the landscape to show how each day is important, rich or poor, sad or happy, because we grow from all our experiences.. Right after this painting I decided to teach small children to paint to raise money for my art supplies... ~ Akiane