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I lost my 13 yr old Amazing Dane/St Bernard named Buddy. His name fit him, he was my Buddy and I loved him just like I had given birth to him. The day I lost him is still very painful but someone recommended this book and I thought maybe Buddy was in heaven after he passed but after this book, I know he is! I do not doubt it at all. This author is very unique and well educated in theology and he is a Christian. He gives you his contact information and will respond you and he has other books like this. I am very grateful I read this and highly recommend it for any ani mal lover.
After losing our beloved Belle, our 14 1/2 yr old Lab, mates from church were telling us that pets don't go to heaven when they die because they have no souls. We were heartbroken from losing her and this only created our pain worse. Gary Kurz debunks the myth in a very clear and concise book. He searches the bible and uses God's work to absolutely prove that animals do go to heaven and we will definitely see our pets again. For anyone who has lost a pet this is a must read. It will lift your heart and have you looking forward to seeing Jesus with your pet in His arms or at his side. God bless Gary for writing this book!
For anyone grieving over the loss of a beloved pet, this book is for you. Gary does an amazing job in explaining the fact that pets do have eternal life. He bases his conclusions on Biblical scripture with logical arguments. It really helped me in the loss of our pet and I could not place this book down! He an perfect writer and the book is simple reading. God bless you Gary for opening the eyes of so many!
The person to whom I sent the book (my mate who just lost a beloved Sheltie) loved it!! She called me and was just about in tears when she thanked me and said how much the book meant to her. She had read related type of books but they didn't support much. She said she knew bypage 5 of this book that it was just what she required with its spirituality, mentions of God, and thoughts that she had felt in the past. She said it has helped her so much!!
As an English teacher, I think Gary Kurz apologizes method too much and should just spit out his thoughts. However, I'm willing wade through his digressions and repetitions to reach the kernel of the message. As one who is a Christian and has dearly loved my dogs who were faithful friends, I've always assumed that they would go to Heaven, and this book gives some help from the Bible. So while I'm not really a fan of Kurz' writing, I appreciate and value the connections he makes to Bible references and the explanations he makes of his ideas.
I recently lost my puppy (My six year old puppy) who was such a large part of our family. He went everywhere he was allowed with us, and even a few locations he wasn't allowed :) We loved him so much and the loss was and continues to be devistating for my family and me. He [email protected]#$%! by a hit and run driver. He wasn't a dog who ran around, or ran the roads. He stayed close by and was rarely out without us, but for a few mins here and there. That night was a few minutes, literally, too many. We think he saw a rabbit and charged after it as we found rabbit poop by the bushes where we found him.I haven't read this whole book yet. There are parts that are a small slow going for me,like there's too much explanation about why the author chose a subject or why he's not going to go too far into a topic. However, it's still good. The writer's decision to write the book was based on his own sudden loss.I chose to give the book five stars based largely on the 30 day devotional in the back of the book. I found that to be so helpful and healing. I was so angry at God and questioning so much when I lost my best friend. I couldn't understand why such a tragic thing could happen to such a attractive and loving dog. This book helped me work through some of those feelings. I'm still struggling with those things, crying now as I type this, but it continues to help. There were certain devotions that continue to support me each day. I developed a small prayer that I say everyday that came from these 30 days, along with some other things such as when the author writes that it's not a passing away, but a passing on to another life. Things like , if for no other reason I think this book is well worth it for the 30 day devotional. I did dicipline myself to one a day, spreading it out gives you a possibility to reflect on each days writings. I think it also allows your heart the healing time it really heart goes to any of you who are going through a related loss. It is one of the hardest things I have ever gone through.
I've finished "Cold Noses" today. I loved every minute. Mr. Kurz managed to write whatI've thought was real after living in and around animals for a lot of years. But, as he points out, a lot of don't share the same Mr. Kurz I had a priest who didn't believe that animalshad souls, but were place on earth to be a servant to man. hmm. I don't think any cat would agree.I think there was only one method to write this book and Mr. Kurz did it. He integratedopinions, with fact and research. That I appreciated. The books gave me a more definitive difference of creationism versus evolution. I too, thought that millions of years separated God's seven days, until I realized Gary was right. If plants were made first, there's no method they'd survive a millenium withought a lot of of the other reviewers here, I've had my share of pet sadness. Truth is, they don't live as long as we do. They grow up live and die all within their particular life span. With my collies it was twelve, thirteen and fourteen respectively. Socks was twenty-five (horse) when he died. Punk (cat) was twenty-one. She wasn't even thinking of leaving this earth until then. I grieved for each and every one. And when three of the :"rat pack" collies passed away, not only did I grieve, but so did the fourth and youngest collie, Zuri. We rescued a collie from collie rescue and she's created a amazing addition. God sent her to is book is so timely to me. I understand from one of the reviewers that he though the book was poorly written. Maybe-maybe not so much. Yes, I found some redundancies, when I went back over the second time (yes I read it twice) The first time I found it so engaging, I must have missed all those tricia A. Guthrie, authorWaterlilies Over My Grave 2008In the Arms of the Opponent 2007[...].
COLD NOSES AT THE PEARLY GATES, by Gary Kurz was just a warm and well written acc which explains why the author is of the opinion that our pets "go to heaven". He cites numerous Bible verses as his reference and this book is very amazing reading. Especially, if the family pet has died and you are feeling a void in your life. He also relates several "feel good" stories and answers several questions of interest to the former pet owner. Although the book is somewhat redundant, I still highly recommend "Cold Noses" as it gives you some closure concerning your departed pet.
This really helped me a lot when we lost out attractive Charlie Boy. He was with us for 15 years and became part of our family. It damage to think we would never see him again. However, this book has given me hope that perhaps I might. Really know one knows for sure except God himself. Yet after reading this book I now have hope according to the scriptures this book gave to me. Some might say I am reaching and that Is ok. Maybe it Is just God sending me comfort by method of this book. That to Is ok. All I know is this book eased my pain. I hope it will ease yours too.
Though my beloved Silky terrier, Buster, is struggling with the effects of having been poisoned by melanine in his commercial pet meal and has not yet passed on, I found this book comforting before his death and recommend reading it when your pet is ill (if you have forewarning) to strengthen yourself for the eventual loss. Although he does not address all of the Biblical scriptures I am aware of that refer to animals, he gives several convincing proofs of the existence of pets' souls that should comfort those grieving the death of their pet. Mr. Kurz has experienced deep loss and attachment to his own pets, so he understands the pain that those who love their pets experience that so a lot of others in our lives seem indifferent to and, with amazing sympathy, can speak to our own pain.I gave this five stars due to the 30-Day Devotional at the end of the book that helps a person through the grieving period after the loss of a precious pet: it is like having a pastor tutorial you day-by-day as you struggle through your ever, Mr. Kurz apologizes several times for addressing this subject from a Christian globe view, which I believe is unnecessary. I assume that anyone who picks up a book titled "Pearly Gates" should have some understanding that this subject is being addressed from a Biblical globe view of heaven and should not be offended. Even if you are hostile to the Christian globe view, this book may be a nice bonus to someone you know who would gain comfort from this subject addressed from this direction.