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Speaking to saints from heaven might be rare, but in these times, more and more people are starting to experience it. In biblical times, Jesus had a conversation with Moses and Elijah on the Mount of Transfiguration recorded in Matthew 17:1-9. Then, in Matthew 27:50-53, as Jesus died and the temple veil was torn, Scripture records in verse 52-53, "...and the graves were opened and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised...and coming out of the graves after his resurrection, they went into the holy city and appeared to many...."
We are living in times where known prophets are speaking of encounters they have had with departed saints. For many years, Matthew has been having visitations, and more recently, Jesus commissioned him to interview five saints that the Holy Spirit brought to earth. These saints, part of the great cloud of witnesses mentioned in Hebrews 12:1, all answered the same nine questions. These included:
- How do you feel being here to speak to the world today?
- What do you think is special to God?
- What do you like about heaven?
- What keys do you consider important for the Christian life?
- What message do you have for this generation?
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- P. Kalifeh
This book is mind blowing in some ways and yet, nonsensical in others. The author claims to have been visited by five saints who are in heaven whereby he asks standard questions. Each reply with their views and share their wisdom to the world. At first, I was a little skeptical because I don't want to be deceived and want to be certain to entertain the right spirit. However, each of the respondents provide scripturally sound guidance and advice.
I was also intrigued by the notion of being surrounded by a cloud of witnesses. The scripture has provided a mental image of those who have passed on and cheering us on to finish our journey according to God's plan and purpose. I had never considered that the saints would be cheering on mankind but it makes perfect sense!
I am blessed by the book and trust it will be a blessing to those who seek a deeper spiritual walk with Jesus. That is my desire and that of the author.
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