This collection of more than forty true stories of Trudy Harris's Hospice patients offers listeners an incredible glimpse at what lies beyond and what the living can learn from the dying. Now available in this audio edition.This collection of more than forty true stories of Trudy Harris's Hospice patients offers listeners an incredible glimpse at what lies beyond and what the living can learn from the dying. Now available in this audio edition.Read Less
These are wonderful, encouraging stories that provide reinforcement of the fact that there is more to come after we leave this level of reality. It also reinforces the knowledge that the warmth, love, and just simply being there are invaluable to someone who is going through the process, as well as for the person at their bedside. Most of us are hesitant to acknowledge that we or our loved ones will have to leave us, but at least the knowledge that we and they are going to another, wonderful level gives us comfort and peace.
Jul 28, 2011
Reassuring for those who have given their life to Christ. Especially good because it does not offer "I Visited Heaven" stories but rather real experiences of those facing death.
Oct 30, 2008
I think my favorite books on Heaven is "My Glimpse of Heaven" by ?? or Mary Baxter's book of visions of Heaven. Therefore I didn't find this book as interesting because it was more earth-leaving than seeing Heaven and coming back to report on it. I kinda lost interest in it after a while--sorry!
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