A message from God, Aldo’s Letters (McPherson) Retha’s Family Aldo McPherson. A message God will bring His judgment over all who don’t accept Him. Read “A Message From God” by Retha McPherson with Rakuten Kobo. When Aldo McPherson was 12 years old, a car accident left him in a coma. While in the . FIVE BOOKS by Retha & Aldo McPherson now AVAILABLE: The book “A MESSAGE FROM GOD” gives a detailed portrayal of the McPherson’s testimony.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. When Aldo McPherson was 12 years old, a car accident left him in a coma. While in the coma, he had a supernatural experience where he went to heaven, saw God, the angels, Moses and Abraham.
Aldo came back with one message: Is God still your first love? Are you sold-out to Him? Filled with Scripture references, and dire When Aldo McPherson was 12 years old, a car accident left him in a coma. Filled with Scripture references, and direct quotes from the Bible, A Message from God will ignite the sparks of the Holy Spirit in your life and bring you closer to God, while Aldo’s letters in his own hand writing give a sense of authenticity not often found in miracle stories.
Paperbackpages. Published May 1st by Destiny Image first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Message from Godplease sign up. See 2 questions about Message from God…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 12, Ron rated it really liked it Shelves: Reporting after-death experiences seems to be a popular genre of books these days among Christians and non-Christians alike.
A Message from God rises above that crowd by reporting a clear communication for Christians resulting from such an experience. Good scholarship as well as intense honesty.
Make no mistake, this book is only for Christians. Non-Christians, doubters, or seekers, etc. Christians will find it at least challen Reporting after-death experiences seems to be a popular genre of books these days among Christians and non-Christians alike. Christians will find it at least challenging. I understand that authors have little say over book covers, but as a former “image consultant” whatever that is you’d think Retha McPherson would have blocked use of that hideous photo.
All other representations in the book show a her to be much better looking, not to mention not smiling-through-the-pain that the cover shot apparently portrays. Apr 05, Michael added it. So far this book has had me in tears a few time!! Jul 15, Justin Steckbauer rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed the story of Retha and her son Aldo, and how the car accident changed their lives.
Aldo’s journey from near death to recovery is very inspiring, and Aldo’s faith in God through it is very pointed and deep, and unequivocal. Retha writes her story very honestly and outlines her struggles with Aldo in frank terms. Retha shares a very biblical way of living the Christian life, with a whole heart, and without compromise.
I recommend this book, it is very good. Can’t wait to read the next book! Thank you for sharing yours and Aldo’s trials Nov 18, Monica Stella rated it it was amazing.
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A truly amazing story of a mothers love and faith in the time of tragedy. Jul 29, Virginia Welch rated it really liked it. Read this book in a day. I found Retha’s account of the severe injuries to her yr-old son and the good changes that came about in detha family as a result of the tragedy to be genuine encouragement for tough times.
We all have tough times; not all of us see the hand of God so clearly in the midst. Retha’s account is honest, easy to understand, and very touching. Her son Aldo was severely injured in frlm car accident, died, went to Heaven, by prayer his spirit returned to his body, and then he an Read this book in a day. Her son Aldo was severely injured in a car accident, died, went to Heaven, by prayer his spirit returned to his body, and then he and his family had to face months of rehabilitation.
He saw divine healing in most of his body almost entirely injuries to his brainand his family is believing for the remainder of his injuries to be divinely healed.
I wanted to give this book five stars because I found it so engaging and informative. But on the part of the writer there is a bit too much repetition–not a lot, just enough to slightly annoy. This was minor enough that I was was messag toward giving it five stars. But what caused me to finally make the decision to drop an entire star is that the editing is so poor.
Typos, misspellings, and gobbledygook inserted into the text that is so nutty you have to read the line several times before you realize what the writer meant to say. And this book is published by Destiny Image? Some editor was having a really, really bad day. W 16, Kathy rated it did not like it.
Liked it until I realized that this is the future anti-christ. Do ,essage be fooled. View all my reviews erfect description of the anti-christ! Apr 08, Emma Stockwell rated it liked it. I can’t put my finger on why I didn’t relate to this book very well.
Maybe it’s because my expectations were very different from what this book was in fact msssage about. I believe Aldo was seeing and hearing words from God but I do feel there was far too much emphasis on scripture and the beliefs of his mother. Sadly, I felt the book is mostly about scripture and not the experiences of heaven as I had anticipated from the blurb. Something does not sit right with me regarding the mother. She is I can’t put my finger on why I didn’t relate to this book very well.
She is almost fanatical in why we must give ourselves to God. Her fanatical Christian ideas are rather alarming and do not correspond with my idea of a loving and forgiving Father. I am sorry if this offends anyone but the book went in a very different direction to any of the Christian ideas I hold about God. I hope Aldo did make a full recovery from his injuries. That I do believe is possible! Good, thought provoking devotional This is a stop, take stock and make changes book.
An incredible story of personal discovery through tragedy, the depth of personal sharing is moving. I did not give it five stars because it wasn’t a book about Heaven in the sense messag describing it in detail or reviewing experiences there.
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I have no doubt of the reality of what is shared in the book, or the lessons learned by Retha and Aldo. However, if you are expecting a book like “Heaven Is For Real”, you will Good, thought provoking devotional This is a stop, take stock and make changes book. However, if you are expecting a book like “Heaven Is For Real”, you will not find such accounts here. Based on the descriptions about the book, I fro, more of that approach. Everyone would benefit from reading this book I fell in love with this book.
Retha is so right that there is a heaven and a hell Jesus believed in heaven and hell and taught about both of them. We only have this one life to choose whether we’re going to live it for God, the great I AM or for our selfish selves.
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Blessings on Retha, Aldo and all their family. Keep spreading the Word and God bless you! Very inspiring uplifting experience. Surely something I will study. Try to understand and lay down my life for for the Lord Jesus Christ. To remember who the one true leader is in our world today. I truly would enjoy more books of this nature. I truly was blessed ready this book. I want to be all that God need me to be in Christ. I know now I want to be soul out for God. This book is a life saver to many.
I give the book a 5! It is a wake-up call to me. Jul 10, Karen D.