Although the book was an interesting read, I found much of it to be contrary to Scripture. For instance, she calls the New Jerusalem \"the capital city of the millennium\" (p. 189). However, in Scripture, the New Jerusalem doesn\'t descend from heaven until AFTER the millennium. (Rev. 21:2). In her book, the rapture takes hours, but Paul said it takes place in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye.
Probably the most disturbing part of the book for me, was Jesus\' comment: \"My child, hell is real. But YOU COULD NEVER KNOW FOR SURE until you had experienced it for yourself\". Since when is the Bible not good enough as a basis for our faith? Since when to we need Mary Baxter\'s vision, in order to substantiate the Scriptures? This places the authority of Mary Baxter\'s book above that of the Bible, and her word above the testimony of the Lord Jesus Christ.
I cannot recommend this book, either to my congregation, or anyone else.Rating: [1 of 5 Stars!]