I'm Still Here

Authors: Daniel Heard
Publisher: AuthorHouse
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Pages: 180
Published: 2006-08-02
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1425935877     ISBN-13: 9781425935870
Binding: Paperback
List Price: 15.99 USD
It began with a baseball game, and ended with a bus ride. "I'm Still Here" is the story of a middle-aged man who dies but finds a new life that is so glorious that he would not want to come back. He meets God first hand, and with God's help travels back and forth between Heaven and Earth. If you believe in God, but are angry with Him, question His will, or simply look around at this world we live in as cruel, hateful, unjust and unmerciful, then you above all others are the main focus of "I'm Still Here". Maybe you have lost a loved one, or your life has been filled with misery because of illness, injury or the cruelty of others. You think that life is not fair. How can God allow this? It is this author's hope that some of these questions will be answered in your own heart, and that you will find some degree of comfort. "I'm Still Here" is a fiction, inspired and nurtured by the love, signs and sightings of the author's own daughter, who died at 18. "I'm Still Here" became an antidote for the pain of the loss of a daughter so loved. Her own life's story, "Sweet Angel", written by Daniel William Heard (her father), was published and can be found on authorhouse.com. As the main character, Timothy Carter, goes from Earth to Heaven and back to Earth again, we all see the promise of Heaven and its wonders. We see that our earthly existence is but a speck in time, but still important to the teachings of God. We find that possessions, ego and power are meaningless in the end. They do not exist in Heaven. As "I'm Still Here" draws to a close, the author would leave you with one message: "Get on the bus!"

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