The Physics of Heaven, by Judy Franklin and Ellyn Davis – A Book Review

The Physics of Heaven

By: Judy Franklin & Ellyn Davis

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257

978-04768407853, $ 15.99, 2015, 192 Pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Encountering Jesus – A Glimpse of Things to Come

In  their book “The Physics of Heaven” authors Judy Franklin and Ellyn Davis collaborate in this amazing exploration of  ways the elements of sound, light, energy, vibration, and quantum physics are being used to access a new realm of divine encounters today. The authors draw from interviews with and the writings of highly respected leaders in areas of spiritual warfare, gifts, prophetic dreams and visions, and supernatural experiences in the spiritual realm.

Bill Johnson, Senior pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, California challenges readers to recognize “We have the opportunity to affect the direction and flow of history…to take hold of the future…The future is now, and it belongs to us.”

An interview with Larry Randolph, author of “User Friendly Prophesy” discusses Spiritual Synesthesia of how is at work through all of our spiritual, emotional, and physical senses. He believes we are on the verge of experiencing Pentecost on a whole new level.

Other contributors also point the way to multidimensional perspectives with regards to recovering our spiritual inheritance, discerning the authentic, and extracting the precious through a composite of insights discovered as through explorations into new paradigms of reality and a deeper understanding of God’s reality.

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

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