A Rabbi Looks At The Afterlife Paperback Book Paperback
A New Look at Heaven and Hell with Stories of People Who've Been There
by Bernis, Jonathan;
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A Rabbi Looks At The Afterlife Paperback Book
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People genuinely want to know if there is life after death. However, there are many different ideas about the afterlife. Some believe that once you are dead, thats it. Nothingness. Others sincerely hope that there is something beyond this life, but are not sure. Uncertainty.
Is it possible to know that there is life beyond the grave? If so, how does this change your life today?
In A Rabbi Looks at the Afterlife, Jonathan Bernis takes you on an unforgettable journey of faith, exploring Scripture, history and first-hand accounts of those who have experienced the afterlife.
Get ready to:
Re-Imagine heaven and get a clearer vision of the glorious eternity that awaits all believers
Live with a greater sense of purpose and urgency, motivated by the realities of heaven and hell
Be inspired by four unforgettable true stories of individuals who had near-death experiences
When the afterlife becomes more real, you will live every moment in light of forever and recognize the eternal significance that your life plays in Gods unfolding plan!
A Rabbi Looks At The Afterlife Paperback Book by Bernis, Jonathan was published by Destiny Image Publishers in November 2014 and is our 11418th best seller. The ISBN for A Rabbi Looks At The Afterlife Paperback Book is 9780768404104.
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|Author / Artist||Bernis, Jonathan|
|Publisher||Destiny Image Publishers (November 2014)|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Page last updated||17th September 2017|