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The Life Of The Dead: Everyone Included Eddie B. Jackson

The Life Of The Dead: Everyone Included

Eddie B. Jackson

Published February 24th 2011
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
116 pages
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The style and layout of this book greatly enhance one’s ability to grasp the real truth the author seeks to bring to the reader’s attention. This book will likely turn out to be the most consoling and uplifting for the bereaved that has ever beenMoreThe style and layout of this book greatly enhance one’s ability to grasp the real truth the author seeks to bring to the reader’s attention. This book will likely turn out to be the most consoling and uplifting for the bereaved that has ever been published.Plainly and undeniably, this book shows that no one goes to heaven or hell ahead of others. Anyone who believes the whole counsel of the Bible will also accept this work. It is literally Bible centered. It points to passages of Scripture that reveal the whole truth about the status of the dead. The author actually shows that God has designed the human being so as to experience not one moment between death and resurrection.The author does not build any points upon philosophical reasoning or deduction, but he shows that no one remains dead longer than another due to moving from time to eternity.Almost anyone will lose all fear of death, and the degree of dread and grief will also be lessened significantly as a result of reading this book. It covers not just life after death, but also explains why natural death is necessary. The book covers this in such a manner that reveals the necessity. One gets to see that physical death is the greatest grace God has bestowed upon fallen man, saved the shed blood of Christ Jesus. One shall plainly understand why God allowed man to be tempted by Satan in the first place.This book is among the most compact, yet, simple and short in word count one will likely encounter. It contains a chapter designed to console the bereaved who may not be in a position to read the whole book at that moment.