About the Book
Imagine Heaven the way the Bible describes it―a place of exquisite beauty brimming with marvelous detail and intricate patterns; a special dwelling place free of corruption and sin; and a place of both rest and enjoyable, meaningful work.
Let the power and majesty of Heaven fill your heart with joy as you color these 40 designs carefully interpreted from the pages of Scripture. Savor a respite from daily life as you read and meditate on devotions from best–selling author Randy Alcorn, a leading authority on Heaven. Picturing Heaven will offer you comfort and relaxation, while filling your heart with restful assurance that God prepares a special place for those who love Him.
In My Opinion (Review)
It has been years, probably over a decade, since I’ve read Randy Alcorn’s Heaven. The picture he paints of eternity is breathtakingly beautiful. Now readers who have either read the book and would like a refresher as well as those who have not had the opportunity to read it, are presented with Picturing Heaven: 40 Hope-filled Devotions with Coloring Pages.
At 9.7-by-9.7 inches, this book is larger than a regular coloring book and includes a Bible verse and paragraph or two devotional opposite each coloring page.
One of the best things about this book for me is that the coloring pages range in difficulty. It is hard for me to concentrate for long periods of time on those complexly designed coloring pages. Picturing Heaven offers some easier options along with the more detailed ones. And every one already gives you a head start with a little gold filled in already.
This is an ideal gift for someone who enjoys quiet reflections or may be stuck at home–maybe recovering from an illness or such. Or you could give it to a coworker or friend as a gift with a pack of colored pencils. I’m sure there are many more ideas. What would you do with a copy of Picturing Heaven?
***I receive complimentary books for review from publishers, publicists, and/or authors, including NetGalley. I am not required to write positive reviews. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.