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I Died Last Night by John Orr
I was sent a free copy of I Died Last Night by John Orr in exchange only for a honest and unbiased review of I Died Last Night by John Orr.
Where would your soul be if you died right now? Chances are, it’s not what you think. This is a fictional story of a leader in a conservative church as he takes his journey into eternity. Bible teaching, writings from early Christians and true events form the foundation of this story. But this book is more about your affection than your direction, because what you think will determine your journey in the afterlife.— John Orr
John Orr attended Abilene Christian College and the Preston Road School of Preaching. He has preached for over 35 years and currently serves as the evangelism/outreach minister for the Faith Village Church of Christ in Wichita Falls, Texas. He and his wife, Susie, have five children and seven grandchildren. His greatest desire in life is to serve the Lord and help as many people as possible be with the Lord forever.— John Orr
First off as I wrote in the disclaimer at the top of this page "I was sent a free copy of I Died Last Night by John Orr in exchange only for a honest and unbiased review of I Died Last Night by John Orr."
I honestly found myself drained after reading I Died Last Night by John Orr. The I Died Last Night by John Orr book is a deeply emotional book. It really makes a person question their faith in what is right and what is wrong. It talks about Hell and Heaven in vivid detail. It truly makes you fear ending up in Hell with the vivid description about the pain and suffering a person endures there. The I Died Last Night by John Orr book is supposed to be fictional and yet I am not sure how a single person could read it and walk away feeling like they read a fictional book.
I truly found I Died Last Night by John Orr to be scary to read because of the truths in I Died Last Night by John Orr. The I Died Last Night by John Orr book has the potential to scare people to Christ. However I truly prefer books on the love of Christ not on the tortures of Hell. I am the type of person that prefers the more uplifting styles of books. I would have felt better about I Died Last Night by John Orr if the book had ended with redemption, but it did not. I Died Last Night by John Orr ended only with more pain and suffering. The reader is left wondering is this reality or could this possible be fiction?
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