Miracles from Heaven: A Little Girl, Her Journey to Heaven, and Her Amazing Story of Healing

Miracles from Heaven A Little Girl Her Journey to Heaven and Her Amazing Story of Healing In a remarkable true story of faith and blessings a mother tells of her sickly young daughter how she survived a dangerous accident her visit to Heaven and the inexplicable disappearance of the sym

  • Title: Miracles from Heaven: A Little Girl, Her Journey to Heaven, and Her Amazing Story of Healing
  • Author: Christy Wilson Beam
  • ISBN: 9780316381819
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Hardcover
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    In a remarkable true story of faith and blessings, a mother tells of her sickly young daughter, how she survived a dangerous accident, her visit to Heaven and the inexplicable disappearance of the symptoms of her chronic disease.Annabel Beam spent most of her childhood in and out of hospitals with a rare and incurable digestive disorder that prevented her from ever livingIn a remarkable true story of faith and blessings, a mother tells of her sickly young daughter, how she survived a dangerous accident, her visit to Heaven and the inexplicable disappearance of the symptoms of her chronic disease.Annabel Beam spent most of her childhood in and out of hospitals with a rare and incurable digestive disorder that prevented her from ever living a normal, healthy life One sunny day when she was able to go outside and play with her sisters, she fell three stories headfirst inside an old, hollowed out tree, a fall that may well have caused death or paralysis Implausibly, she survived without a scratch While unconscious inside the tree, with rescue workers struggling to get to her, she visited heaven After being released from the hospital, she defied science and was inexplicably cured of her chronic ailment MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN will change how we look at the world around us and reinforce our belief in God and the afterlife.

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    • Matthew says:

      This is a deeply spiritual book reflecting on God, Faith, and Miracles. If that is something that does not interest you, you may not want to try this one out. However, if you are Christian or have an open mind when it comes to faith based stories, this is a fascinating story.The book reads like a combination of the show Mystery Diagnosis and saving Jessica McClure from the well. If you do not remember Mystery Diagnosis, it was a show where someone would have an odd ailment that no one could figu [...]

    • Becky says:

      My biggest complaint about this book is the switching back and forth constantly from when Annabell was sick, the accident, her being sick and the treatments, inside the tree, more treatments, what little bit she told about what she saw, the treatments, when she was being rescued, all the things that she went through with the illness, getting rescued, etc. Not much was really told on what she saw when she was inside the tree. Had the author wrote about her daughter's illness in the first part of [...]

    • Julianna says:

      Reviewed for THC ReviewsMiracles from Heaven is the inspiring story of a chronically ill little girl whose condition was life-threatening but who found miraculous healing. I'm so grateful to have two relatively healthy kids. I honestly can't imagine the anxiety and heartbreak of having a child with chronic health problems. My husband's little cousin has a rare disease that isn't unlike Annabel's, and my heart breaks every time I see her mom posting on Facebook about another hospitalization or su [...]

    • Maria Espadinha says:

      Annabel e o Poder de Acreditar:Annabel sofre duma doença crónica que a impede de celebrar a Vida como qualquer criança normal.Masm belo dia em que a doença lhe dera alguma folga decidiu juntar-se às irmãs numa brincadeira que consistiu em trepar a uma gigantesca arvore centenária cujos ramos já haviam conhecido melhores diasO resultado foi uma queda vertiginosa:Um dos ramos cedeu e Annabel foi precipitada no interior oco da arvore, duma altura capaz de matar ou no mínimo paralisar qualq [...]

    • Jonathan Esterman says:

      Have you met Annabel Beam yet? If you have not, then she has quite the experience to share with you. Annabel spent far too many days, more than a child should have to, in and out of hospitals. The reason? Annabel had a disorder, rare and incurable, that affected her digestive system and prevented living a normal life. Quite frankly, it was hell. Even though science had resolved to give her pills and dismiss her, that was not G-d's intent. Annabel had an accident one day when she was able to play [...]

    • Mafi says:

      A classificação não tem (quase) nada a ver com o facto de eu acreditar ou não em Deus mas sim com a escrita e a estrutura do livro que não funcionaram para mim. O livro alterna-se entre o passado e o presente, o antes sendo vários momentos desde o momento em que está doente, o momento do acidente, os tratamentos, o episódio do que viu, mais diagnósticos e tratamentos etc e o presente, os dias de hoje. Não há uma linha cronológica como por exemplo acontece na adaptação cinematográf [...]

    • Lori says:

      I was a very lucky first reads winner of this inspirational book. Christy Beam wrote this memoir of her remarkable little girl Annabel. For years their young daughter has been suffering with an incurable digestive disorder at nine years old she was on many medications, numerous surgeries, tons of doctors appointments. her illness meant being in pain always to the point where she once said "I just want to go to heaven so I can be with Jesus" Around Christmas time in 2011 her older sister Abbie a [...]

    • Thishufflepuffreads says:

      Overall a good book, however I wasn't too keen on the fact that the storyline kept switching from Anna being sick, to falling down the tree, back to her being sick in the hospital, to after the fall, back to the tree etc. It made me very confused and it felt like I was missing pages.

    • Elizabeth says:

      I was approached by this book’s publicist to read and review it (with absolutely no compensation or pressure for a good review), and while I was somewhat skeptical of another near-death testimony, especially that of a child, I have come to trust this publicist’s recommendations. Indeed, this book did not disappoint. Not only was it a compelling and dramatic story—told simply and without embellishment by the little girl’s mother—it was also spiritually uplifting in its testament to fait [...]

    • Delani Curtis says:

      I read this book while I was going through a difficult time and felt completely defeated. While reading it started to get my faith back and feel confident again that God has a plan for me even if the path there might be difficult. Thank you for sharing this story. It is truly one of God's miracles.

    • Michael says:

      My rating does not have anything to do with the painful story and finding hope in God. Rather it was how this story was written, it was very cheesy with full of cliches that I heard all before. I should have watched the movie first, something that is rare for me to do. However I did not really feel empathetic to the characters, they were forgot about as soon as I turned the page. They just did not make any lasting impression on me. From the opening prologue to the page I stopped reading, it was [...]

    • Rosemary says:

      Very inspirational book. After reading this book I totally believe that some children and adults actually die, go to heaven and then are sent back to do something extraordinary with their lives here on Earth.

    • Mom says:

      This book was amazing! I love it! It was so engrossing and inspiring! Everyone should read this book. Just one minor complaint that I have with many books is the jumping around in time and telling events out of order.

    • Winter Sophia Rose says:

      Heartwarming, Inspirational & Touching! An Amazing & Beautiful Read! I Loved It!

    • Daley Downing says:

      DNF at page 75. This is not at all a reflection of the themes or messages found within. Frankly, I do believe in miracles, and I have great sympathy for any family who's struggling with a sick child (and of course what the child goes through).However, this book is so poorly written, I could not follow 90% of what was going on -- where in Annabel's journey they were (time/setting), when she was actually diagnosed, how they finally discovered what her medical problem was, when she in fact fell in [...]

    • Rayleigh says:

      I received this book from the author/publisher for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own. I've always heard it said that authors/writers find that their personal stories or fictional stories based on their personal lives are the ones that are remembered or the ones that were the best written; and that is because they actually experienced every feeling that is written down so to the reader it is actually "real". Miracles From Heaven is exactly that and leads yo [...]

    • Maria Carmo says:

      An inspiring, true story regarding the extraordinary adventure of a child with a chronic disease As she falls inside a huge tree, head down, everyone expects the worth regarding her condition. But miracles happen!Maria Carmo,Lisbon, 31rst December 2015.

    • Taylor Mortsolf says:

      I absolutely loved this book! I loved that it gave insight into a rare disorder and the tough journey that the whole family had to go through. The book was written in a way that makes it easy for the reader to understand and connect with the story.

    • Amanda says:

      Loved ItI devoured this story. Beyond inspirational, it was beautifully written, and just as a good memoir should--it read like a beautiful piece of literature. Thank you Christy Beam for sharing this story.

    • Jerri Aubry says:

      Beautifully writtenI loved this story. It comes straight from the heart. An easy read that will make you reach for a tissue or two.

    • Tania says:

      Es un testimonio muy lindo sobre la misericordia de Dios. Es una historia que confirma que el sol sale para todos; y que Dios nos ama a todos . Existe ese sentimiento de que la forma en que se presenta la historia (pasado_presente) puede perder al lector paso un par de veces.El otro elemento es que evidentemente esta es una familia baustista del sur de Texas ; con costumbres bien enraizadas; su círculo de amigos realmente es muy fuerte entre los miembros de la Iglesia y se hacen presente cuand [...]

    • Trista Larsen says:

      it was good!

    • P.S. Winn says:

      If you haven't read this story or watched the movie, you are definitely missing out. I have to say the movie was well done, but nothing beats a book. Christy Beam tells the story of her daughter Annabel Beam. A child who has a rare condition that is killing her. For me the story is a reminder to me of what the difference is between good doctors and bad doctors and good people and bad people, Kudo's to Mrs. Beam for fighting for her daughter and seeking help. That is just the beginning of the sto [...]

    • Jennifer says:

      This was a very hard book for me to read.I saw the movie when it first came out in the theaters. A few short weeks later, I took my oldest daughter to see it. Two weeks after seeing this movie, we were living out our own "Miracles From Heaven" as my daughter had to be life-flighted to Children's Hospital for emergency brain surgery.It was only just a few weeks ago that I was able to watch the movie again -- and then read the book. The parallels between the Beam's story and ours was so striking.I [...]

    • Rosana Maia says:

      Para começar o mês de Dezembro, decidi enveredar por este livro gentilmente cedido pela Editorial Presença para leitura e opinião ao blogue. Queria ler algo leve, mas que ao mesmo tempo alcançasse o meu coração, e foi exactamente isso que encontrei.Milagres do Céu é uma história verídica contada por Christy Beam, a mãe de Annabel, uma menina de 9 anos com uma doença rara e fatal do aparelho digestivo. Não leio com muita frequência este tipo de livros, no entanto, a verdade é que [...]

    • Kathleen (Kat) Smith says:

      The hardest thing for any parent is watching your child suffer and knowing there isn't anything you can do to help. That is the life that Christy and Kevin Beam witnessed for years as their daughter Annabel was diagnosed with a devastating digestive disease for which there is no cure, and would likely claim her life in the very near future. So for them, they never knew when Annabel's final day would come, so they did what most parents would do, is to try and make the remainder of those days the [...]

    • Teri says:

      I think that your overall perspective on this story would depend on your personal beliefs and experiences. In a nutshell, the story was written by the mother of a little girl, Anna, that had been chronically ill, experienced a terrifying fall, had an unusual experience and said she witnessed a brief view of Heaven, and then was cured from her illness. As a parent of a child that was chronically ill, with a very different outcome, the poignant way that Christy, the mom describes her emotions and [...]

    • Melody says:

      I won a free copy of this book through one of ' First Reads giveaways.This is the first non-fiction book I read, and I really enjoyed it.I have nothing but good things to say about this book. The story is beautifully crafted. I especially enjoyed the back and forth between the events when Annabel is caught in the tree and her struggles with her health condition prior to those events.Although the story was heart-wrenching at times, it was mostly full of hope and joy found in the little blessings [...]

    • Anna H says:

      Originally gave this three stars, but in thinking more about it, it doesn't deserve more than two. I'd give it 2.5 but I don't have that option. This is probably a good book for the audience it was intended for, but Beam had this amazing story about her child having an out-of-body experience and being healed from a debilitating illness, and RATHER than tell her daughter's story, she fills more than 200 pages with scripture-quoting and musings about her own feelings and how much she loves her hus [...]

    • Delores Thomas says:

      What would you think if your child claimed to have sat in Jesus' lap? This poor girl had an illness that the doctors had a hard time figuring out. It caused a chronic bowel obstruction so she was very uncomfortable when she ate. With a large number of medications she was able to have an occasionally normal day. On one of these normal days she and her sister climbed a tree. When they tried to get back down a branch broke and this poor little Anna fell through the hole created. It took her family [...]

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