“Tales of the Heavenly Oak” by Philip Bauer

12 compelling characters are introduced to the reader at the point of thier death. In Heaven a tree is planted at the inception of each life. These characters wake up under thier own appointed oak tree. They are met by a guide who takes them through thier book of life. The flashbacks into thier lives shows them their sins and triumphs. The guide comes to the characters in twelve interesting ways eventually revealing Himself as Christ. Tales of the Heavenly Oak gives the reader a thought provoking glimpse into Heaven. This book flys in the face of traditional belief systems regarding life after death. Tales of the Heavenly Oak
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