A Fax from Heaven, Gift Edition by Faye Aldridge – A Book Review

A Fax from HeavenA Fax from Heaven, Gift Edition
By: Faye Aldridge
Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257
978-076840347-3, $ 9.99, 2013, 144 pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake
Dreams, Visions, and Encounters

A Fax from Heaven is made up of stories the lessons learned along the way in one family’s spiritual journey. Faye Aldridge shares from her heart how God met her
in times of testing in hope of helping others find hope and comfort, assurance of an afterlife, and the reality of God’s presence and communication today.

Each chapter presents a story with a clear message of:

• Divine Intervention – an unexplainable occurrence
• A demonstration of God’s loving concern for the individual
• An evidence of the reality of a personal relationship with God revealed through His Son, Jesus
• Spiritual promptings of God’s gifts delivered by the Holy Spirit

Faye has amazing insights into Scriptures often overlooked in casual reading, powerful promises available for the Christian today. These dreams, visions, and encounters describe how dreams can be heavenly forms of communication, often symbolic of things to come.

A Fax from Heaven is a rich reading experience. The events and supernatural occurrences, divine visitations, and miraculous answers to prayer provide excellent conversational starters, offering inspiration, encouragement, and hope to the hurting, and to those searching for peace of mind or an assurance of their destiny in the afterlife. This attractive edition makes it ideal for gift giving.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.


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