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Scripture tells us to "Think about the things of heaven, not the things of earth" (Col. 3:2 NLT). But how do we think about a place we've never seen?
In 2015, John Burke's Imagine Heaven uncovered an exhilarating picture of Heaven, drawn from Scripture and illustrated with true stories of near-death experiences. This New York Times bestseller offered real-life evidence that supported readers' faith and answered some of their most pressing questions about life after death.
Now you can meditate daily on the realities of Heaven with the Imagine Heaven Devotional. Each of the one hundred devotions in this book includes a near-death story from Imagine Heaven, Scripture, and a prayer, as well as brand-new stories and content that will help you meditate on the life to come as you apply God's heavenly promises to how you live life today.
"I've always contended that if we were more heavenly minded now, we could do more earthly good. Happily, in this brilliant devotional John and Kathy help you do this each day of your life."--Don Piper, New York Times bestselling author and speaker
"Created for a perfect world, you and I get weary, and this book allows us the vision that restores our faith to not simply wait for the future but to live deeply and differently because of that future."--Nancy Ortberg, author of Looking for God
John Burke is the New York Times bestselling author of Imagine Heaven, No Perfect People Allowed, Soul Revolution, and Unshockable Love. He is founder and senior pastor of Gateway Church, Austin.
Kathy Burke cofounded Gateway Church and is currently a freelance writer and editor. She has contributed to and edited No Perfect People Allowed and Imagine Heaven.
The Burkes live in Austin, Texas, and have two grown children, Ashley and Justin.
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