A little four year old boy says so (and I'm sure he's telling the truth), and you can buy his book on sale at your favorite Big Book Store that hasn't gone bankrupt yet. From the blurb:
Heaven Is for Real is the true story of the four-year old son of a small town Nebraska pastor who during emergency surgery slips from consciousness and enters heaven. He survives and begins talking about being able to look down and see the doctor operating and his dad praying in the waiting room. The family didn't know what to believe but soon the evidence was clear.
Colton said he met his miscarried sister, whom no one had told him about, and his great grandfather who died 30 years before Colton was born, then shared impossible-to-know details about each. He describes the horse that only Jesus could ride, about how "reaaally big" God and his chair are, and how the Holy Spirit "shoots down power" from heaven to help us.
Told by the father, but often in Colton's own words, the disarmingly simple message is heaven is a real place, Jesus really loves children, and be ready, there is a coming last battle.
I wonder where the Holy Spirit has been throwing his power shots lately? Things aren't going too well for most of us sinners down here on poor little old earth. Maybe God only loves the 1% because they create so many jobs? In any case, get ready for that last big battle friends. I can't wait to see Jesus on his Big Horsey, can you?
With his big blue eyes staring down at all those evildoers (yeah, the kid says Jesus has big old Blue eyes, just like Paul Newman) I'll bet that will make for some real thrilling entertainment for our fundie Christian friends as they watch the rest of us get smited for being so unfaithful, not hating gays enough, not supporting the police defending our rights by beating with batons and pepper spraying the faces of those dirty sex-crazed, liberal humanist fascists at the Occupy Wall Street protests, and generally denying that their Lord and Savior is more powerful than whatever it is we believe in (democracy? science? fairness? health care for all?). Heck, I'm surprised they haven't made a movie out of this book yet.
In any case, I'm sure you have some family members who would love to have this book. Am I right? Better hurry while supplies last (I'd send a copy to Michele Bachmann but I'll bet she already owns one).