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The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven: A Remarkable Account of Miracles, Angels, and Life Beyond This World

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An awesome read March 4 2013
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I really enjoy reading about someone's true experience with the life after death. I know heaven is real and i can't wait to get there. I would recommend this book for everyone to read. It is awesome.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not what you'd think would be depicted by the title July 25 2010
By Marie44 - Published on Amazon.com
I watched this documentary last night on TV. I had just seen the book in Costco and thought about buying it. I've read a lot of books about people who claim to have gone to Heaven, and also have a stack of books to read I haven't gotten to yet, so I passed on it. When I saw this listed on the TV schedule I made sure to be home to see it.

From the title, you would think there would be a lot of content regarding what this little boy Alex (who, at six years old, was in a horrific car accident and survived) reported seeing in Heaven. There isn't. The only part I can remember him talking about Heaven at all is that Jesus took him away from the hospital so he didn't have to see the hospital personnel working on him and that he spent most of the time in Heaven in God's palace.

What is on the DVD are testimonies from various people such as those who lived near where the accident occurred; paramedics and law officials who responded to the accident; doctors and nurses who cared for him in the hosptial and performed operations; pastors and church people who have gotten to know the family and how their town responded which such love and service to the family even though the Malarkey's were new in town; friends who cared for their children so the Alex's parents could be with him at the hospital; Alex's brother, Aaron, talking about his brother and how close they are; his father and mother talking about their deepening faith through this experience of bringing their paralyzed son home; and others who were influenced and inspired by the Malarkey family.

If you think that sounds mundane and not especially worth your time watching the DVD, all I can say is you need to see it to understand the profound effect it can have on you, as it did on me. Alex's mother, Beth, is a remarkable woman and every time she talked about how God has brought good to their family and community from this accident, she brought all the attention back to God and His glory over and over again. She is a woman of deep conviction in the love and faithfulness of God. I cried a lot while watching this, but mostly when she talked about how God and Jesus, and not her son, are the focus of this documentary.

There were at least two supernatural experiences where Alex tells his father an angel named John has a message for him. The father tries to see the angel, but cannot. Alex tells him to make his spirit transparent, but the father doesn't know how. In frustration, because he can't share in what his son wants him to see, he takes out the garbage down their long driveway and then prays. He begins to say words he thinks are given to him and finishes with "Thus says the Lord"--or maybe it was "Thus saith the Lord"--but he rushes back to their house and writes it all down and then shares it with Alex. Alex tells his father he got all of the message right. Another experience is when he told a family friend that her son would be returning home and it happened two weeks later, although he had never met her son and his name is the same as in the passages he told her to read in the Bible.

I would recommend this DVD to anyone who is interested in what is beyond this life but also anyone who needs a faith boost or even is stuck in unbelief. I've looked for it online and saw it will be available in September and plan to buy it to share with others.

Although Alex is paralyzed right now he believes he will walk again and be a missionary. I think he will do that and more. The people who attend church near where the accident occured bought the family a van and the license plate is "WIL WALK". I hope we hear more about Alex's progress in the future, but just being able to know this much will bless many people, so he already is a missionary.
24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars God is Always With You Nov. 13 2010
By Spoonman42 - Published on Amazon.com
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First and foremost this is a story of one of God's miracles. God shows us through the eyes of Alex a glimpse of what it is like in heaven. When Alex finally wakes up he begins to tell of his remarkable journey with angels, heaven and meeting Jesus. The more awake Alex becomes the more indepth the story gets. The other part of this story is how the church rallied around the family in their time of need. There was daily prayer, help in their home, meals provided and the love of God was intertwind throughout the whole story.

When you view this movie you will not be the same at the end as you were at the beginning. God's love penetrates throughout this whole story and I just know it will bless you as it did me.

I would also like to thank Kevin Malarkey and his son Alex for telling this amazing story as I'm sure it was very difficult at times having to re-live the accident as well as the healing time, which is ongoing. For me, it is also a story of a father's unwavering love for his son.

Thank you Jesus for saving Alex so he could tell us all about his amazing journey. You will always be number one in my life.
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven Oct. 4 2010
By Misty Richmond - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the story of how one of life's worst imaginable disasters can become a heart warming and soul searching life experience. I bought 5 copies, for myself and 4 friends. Everyone was deeply touched by the story of the The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven and will follow Alex throughout the future as his mission touches hearts and saves souls.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The boy Who Came Back From Heaven Jan. 7 2012
By napafloat - Published on Amazon.com
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Very good Dvd about a little boy that had a near death experience! A awesome DVD to watch and I would recommend it to everyone that is interested in NDE's. Very real to me!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money April 30 2014
By Nancy Martin - Published on Amazon.com
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This was not the movie as I thought it would be. Only a 50 minute documentary. It showed nothing about heaven. Showed only about the boy's partial recovery and care. Sadly disappointed!
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