Woven throughout with Scripture and hemmed with the writings of St. John of the Cross, St. Teresa of Avila, and C.S. Lewis.
Not only does the author explain this often misunderstood doctrine in a way that is easy to understand, he invites us into the deep places of his heart, where God has healed him of a very painful and debilitating past.
He shares how our Lord’s healing is available to all during this life and in the life to come. Many throughout history have painted Purgatory as a place of punishment when the Bible plainly teaches that it is a place of healing and compassion.
He very clearly teaches that it is only the Blood of Jesus, that could ever pay for our sins and that we are healed by waters of God’s loving grace which flow “from the throne of God and of the Lamb” (Revelation 22:1). The word Purgatory never appears in the Bible, but clearly, communicates such a place of existence.