90 Minutes in Heaven: A True Story of Death and Life by Don Piper, Cecil Murphey

By Don Piper, Cecil Murphey

90 mins in Heaven is the runaway bestseller approximately one man's adventure with demise and lifestyles. As Baptist minister Don Piper drove domestic from a convention, his automobile collided with a semi-truck that had crossed into his lane. Piper was once reported lifeless on the scene. For the subsequent ninety mins, he skilled the glories of heaven, the place he used to be greeted by way of those that had inspired him spiritually, and he skilled precise peace. again in the world, a passing minister who had additionally been on the convention felt ended in pray for the twist of fate sufferer even if he used to be informed Piper used to be lifeless. Miraculously, Piper got here again to existence, and the excitement of heaven was once changed through an extended and painful restoration. For years Don Piper stored his heavenly event to himself. ultimately, family and friends confident him to percentage his striking tale. An inspiring and inspiring account, 90 mins in Heaven maintains to the touch and luxury thousands of individuals world wide because it deals a glimpse of inexpressible heavenly bliss.

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HEBREWS 11:16 I舗m not certain what the world record is for exiting a wrecked car, but Dick Onerecker must have surely broken it that Wednesday afternoon. When a dead man began to sing with him, Dick scrambled out of that smashed car and raced over to the nearest EMT. 舠The man舗s alive! He舗s not dead! 舡 Who would have believed him? A preacher had started to pray for a man who had been dead for an hour and a half. 舡 The EMT stared. 舠He舗s alive! 舡 The words didn舗t make sense as Dick thought of them later, but he could only keep yelling, 舠He舗s singing!

Myriads of sounds so filled my mind and heart that it舗s difficult to explain them. The most amazing one, however, was the angels舗 wings. I didn舗t see them, but the sound was a beautiful, holy melody with a cadence that seemed never to stop. The swishing resounded as if it was a form of never-ending praise. As I listened I simply knew what it was. A second sound remains, even today, the single, most vivid memory I have of my entire heavenly experience. I call it music, but it differed from anything I had ever heard or ever expect to hear on the earth.

The gate glowed and shimmered. I paused and stared at the glorious hues and shimmering shades. The luminescence dazzled me, and I would have been content to stay at that spot. Yet I stepped forward as if being escorted into God舗s presence. I paused just outside the gate, and I could see inside. It was like a city with paved streets. To my amazement, they had been constructed of literal gold. If you imagine a street paved with gold bricks, that舗s as close as I can come to describing what lay inside the gate.

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