Heaven is so Real

11 02 2007

A book written by Choo Thomas. She is a simple, down-to-earth Korean American. She is married and has two children and four grandchildren.In 1992, she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior and since then, has strived to please the Lord with all her heart. Two years later, she saw Jesus’ visible presence at a Neighborhood Assembly of God in Tacoma, Washington and in 1995, she began having physical manifestations from the Holy Spirit.In 1996, the Lord Jesus escorted Choo into heaven and told her to record what she has seen and heard, bringing forth the book, “Heaven is so Real”.

This book was published in October, 2003. Choo Thomas was taken to heaven 17 times and to hell twice. On her visit to hell she saw her own father, mother and little brother suffering in hell.

Dr Yonghi Cho (Pastor of the largest church in Korea) translated the book after reading it three times.

Choo Thomas has done a video explaining her trips to heaven and giving an outlne of her book and how she wrote the book. To see the video click here.

The book can be bought at Amazon UK or Amazon US or from her resource page.

Choo Thomas’s resource page has some awesome testimonies in English and Korean and also links to some CD samples of the book.


A Prayer of St. Fursey

6 02 2007

“The arms of God be around my shoulders,

The touch of the Holy Spirit upon my head,

The sign of Christ’s cross upon my forehead,

The sound of the Holy Spirit in my ears,

The fragrance of the Holy Spirit in my nostrils,

The vision of heaven in my eyes,

The conversation of heaven’s company on my lips,

The work of God’s church with my hands,

The service of God and my neighbour in my feet,

A home for God in my heart,

And to God, the father of all, my entire being.


St Fursey was a 4th Century saint.  This prayer was prayed by J John on God Tv for all the people watching God TV.

For your Valentine

5 02 2007

Just in case you have forgotten Valentines Day is round the corner, I have put together a site to help you choose just the right thing for your Valentine. Have a look. Click here.

What is a friend?

4 02 2007


A friend is somebody who:

  1. keeps your secrets and never divulges them even if tortured, or worse – is tempted with chocolate!
  2. quietly destroys the photograph that makes you look like a beached whale
  3. knows when you don’t know what you’re talking about, but smiles supportively and allows you to reach that conclusion on your own
  4. goes with you on a diet – and off it too!
  5. doesn’t say, ‘I told you so,’ no matter how tempting it might be
  6. is kind and true to you at all times.

In some ways, friendship is illogical. It’s based on what it gives, not what it gets. There’s no better description of a friend than that given by Margery Williams in ‘The Velveteen Rabbit’: ‘What is real?’ asked the rabbit. ‘Does it mean having things that buzz inside you or a stick-out handle?’ ‘Real isn’t how you were made,’ said the skin horse, ‘It’s a thing that happens to you. When a child loves you for a long time, not just to play with, but really loves you, then you become real. It doesn’t happen all at once. It takes a long time. Generally, by the time you are real, most of your hair has been rubbed off, your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. But those things don’t really matter, because once you are real, you can never be ugly, except to people who don’t understand.’ Word for Today (www.ucb.co.uk)


4 02 2007


George Burns said that the secret of a long and happy life is friendship. He should know: he lived to be 100. He was married for 38 years to Gracie Allen, until her death in 1964. He also had a life-long friendship with Jack Benny. After Jack’s death in 1976, George said, ‘We were wonderful friends for 55 years. Jack never walked out on me while I sang a song and I never walked out on him while he played the violin. We laughed together, played together, worked together and ate together. For most of those years, we talked every single day.’ A friendship that lasted more than half a century! Wow! Don’t you hope that when you die you’ll have been that kind of friend to at least one person? Richard Exley says, ‘A true friend is one who hears and understands when you share your deepest feelings. He supports you when you are struggling; corrects you gently and with love when you err; forgives you when you fail; prods you to personal growth and stretches you to your full potential. And most amazing of all, he celebrates your successes as if they were his own.’ What will people say at your funeral? Will they describe you as kind and compassionate? Will they talk about missing the best friend they ever had? You may think that your eulogy is beyond your reach, but it isn’t. You’re writing it today – in the hearts of those around you. Word for Today (www.ucb.co.uk)