Inspirational Book Guides to Achieve 'Free Pass' to Heaven
Written more than 30 years ago, the book explains how Armstrong's mother experienced life as a Christian and prepared her life before going to heaven.
"My mother was very spiritual and believed in the Lord, and she wanted to share her experiences about preparing yourself before you pass away and meet the Lord."
"Heavenly Bound" will be instrumental to those who know they are facing death and want to get right with the Lord and themselves before they die. Moreover, the book helps the family, friends and loved ones to ease themselves, knowing there is a place after life that is greater than what is on earth.
"It's a book that explains the 'Free Pass' to heaven," Armstrong shares. "I am hoping that each individual that reads this book gets the message that we all pray and hope for going through life, which is the security knowing that there is a Lord and Savior, and He did die for us, and those that believe in him will be at a better place one day."
A snippet from the book reads:
Am I saved? If I died right now, do I know without any doubt in my mind that I would go immediately to heaven to be with my Lord, or do I just hope so?
By Gregory Armstrong
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781543428674
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781543428667
E-Book | 108 pages | ISBN 9781543428681
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Fifty-six-year-old author Gregory Armstrong is a retired Houston firefighter, third generation. The book "Heavenly Bound" is his mother's dream.
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