Miracle occur every day and in every life. Just take a close look with an open heart and I think you will be amazed. Feel free to share your stories and make a difference in the lives of others.
 


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Kelly
12/02/2011 08:13

I'd like to share my story in hopes that someone somewhere will draw inspiration from it. I've never had a near death experience, but I have been touched by God's love. A year ago, my husband and I, along with our two young children, moved from New Jersey to North Carolina. Although this move was necessary for us in order for my husband to keep his job, it was completely devastating to me. I had always had a great relationship with my parents, and never lived more than 10 minutes away, so the thought of living 10 hours away from them for the rest of my life broke my heart. My children were their only grandchildren and I looked forward to all the wonderful times we would have over the years watching them grow. I cried for months and fell into a deep depression. I knew that I should feel lucky that my husband had a good job,my children were healthy, and that we could afford to take trips back up to see my family, but it just felt too hard. I had always felt so blessed to have such a close family relationship, and to have it change this dramatically felt awful. It was not the life I envisioned for myself at all. On top of all this, my grandfather, my aunt and my cousin (who was only a month shy of her 30th birthday), all passed away within the first 6 months of us moving. Not being able to be there in my family's time of need felt wrong and I began to wonder if I had made a very big mistake with my life. During one of the long drives from New Jersey back to our new "home" in North Carolina, I begged God to let us find a way back. I told him I'd do anything if he'd just help us out. One of my dreams, and my ultimate bucket list destination since I was a child, was to go to Alaska. I've always thought it was the most beautiful place in the world. In this desperate moment as I stared out of my passengers side window, I told God that it didn't matter if I ever got there, I would give it up just to have my family back together. This was all said silently in my mind as my husband drove and my children were asleep in the back. Well... would you believe that no more than 10 seconds after this thought went through my mind a car passed us by with an Alaska license plate? We were on a highway in Virginia. What were the chances? One in a million in my mind! I hit my husband in the arm and made him confirm what I was seeing. He looked at me like I was crazy as he said "Alaska" back to me. I knew in that moment that God was sending me a small sign, just letting me know that he was listening to me and knew what was in my heart. It was the first time in a very long time that I felt hope again. Today, we still live in North Carolina, and most days I am still trying to adjust to my new life, but God gave me one brief moment of hope, a sign that no matter where I was, his love was with me and would see me and the rest of my family through. God bless.

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Jennifer
05/08/2012 10:23

I believe your story - it gave me goosebumps. Without getting into mine (later, maybe) I have received multiple signs from above via cars. One time I saw a car with my daughter's name on the license plate right after I was silently worrying/praying about her. I interpreted it as a sign that she would be okay...or that at least my prayer was heard.

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Terri
03/05/2016 18:17

My sister died unexpectedly while on vacation with her husband.
On the way back from her funeral I was thinking about the person she had become, very people centered always having parties, staying connected to others, very active socially, and I was thinking that I wanted to be that way. I vowed to be that way. Just as I was thinking this a car went by with the license plate "Go Sister" on it. I believe it was a message of encouragement from my sister. It sounded so much like something she would say.

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I can recall three times number plates were used as messengers for me,the first one was in 2007 I had started to feel frequencies going through me,one day whilst I was driving one started up,I said I don't know what you are trying to say but love to you,at that moment a car with the number plate LUV4U drove in front of me.

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Debbi Brooks
05/16/2012 06:50

i can relate to your story all too well. I, too, moved away from a state that my entire family lived in and that i lived in all my life and also left a job that I had for 10 years at the hospital. However, this was the greatest move that has ever happened. It allowed for me to "grow up". I have also opened my spiritual eyes wider than I could have ever imagined possible. I think sometimes life moves you into different locations to experience something new and have new adventures. I would almost perhaps say that I am closer to my family now than I was before. My mother and I talk almost on a daily basis. GOD is awesome, simply stated. We have to allow our adventure to unfold and during this process reach out our hand to GOD and allow him to take our hand and lead us down that unknown path and trust him. With many challenges that I faced and hardships I endured I have blossomed as a child of GOD. He is using me to reach people with the artwork that I do. With the limited education that I have I am surprised at the level of painting that I have been doing. I am surprising myself. I give the glory to GOD for working through me with each brushstroke and capturing a sense of peace in every completed piece of art. I am very thankful that I have gone through many trials and tribulations that I have been through because it has ONLY brought an increased awareness of the love that GOD has for each and every one of us and that when you have a dream and a passion in your heart, follow it. Miracles will happen and doors will be opened. Dr. Neal thank you for this wonderfully inspiring book that allowed me to see some things in my own life. I have continued hope for our future but this hope is not in our government, or our local businesses or in our earthly life here. My hope is in the the Lord. Amen. Peace to all.

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12/21/2011 12:01

I have lived life as a Christian Scientist and have not documented many of my smaller healing experiences. I now live my life as a Christian Science practitioner, helping others to direct healing through the power of God. One significant testimony of my own is on the Testimonials tab of my website and blog. It concerns an experience with cancer and a late relative, my ex-father-in-law. it is lengthy so here is a direct link to it. There is a short testimony by my wife in that same section. See: http://stirlingwattscs.com/testimonials

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James Cockerham
05/08/2012 07:06

I do hope you will, respectfully, give consideration to Jesus. And Christianity. You may resent me saying this, and no personal offense whatsoever, but 'Christian' Science is a cult (Christians consider it so). Please ask JESUS to guide you and read the Bible. He will confirm for you the direction to go, and the belief you need for eternal salvation and life.

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beth little
05/09/2012 10:25

I am a Christian Scientist too. I did not grow up in it, and do understand how odd it seems at 1st impression. But before you call it a cult, are you willing to investigate? People were sure the earth was flat till Columbus proved otherwise. That what Jesus did in healing sinners and the sick was based on God's eternal laws, and that he came to teach us we can do the same-- is this anti Christian, when Jesus said his purpose was to "bear witness to the truth, & Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free" ? Take "perfect Love casteth out fear", " as a literal promise that applies to absolutely everything in our human experience and where do we find ourselves? Look at all the statements in the Bible about life and God and accept them literally. "God is the strength of my life." " The breath of the almighty hath given me live.", Gen. chapt 1 in its description of perfect creation is the basis, along with Jesus teaching, of the concept that Christianity is the only true science and the Bible our best scientific textbook, and that man is required only to obey the loving, harmonious laws of God. Is it anti Christian to accept theses statements in the Bible that our only life, all of life, belongs to and is directly maintained by God when we are in obedience to him and reject the father of lies, Satan that tells us the opposite? Jesus said call no man your father on the earth--literally?-- for one is your father in heaven. So, do we have the right to appeal today, as in Jesus time, to God to correct our false vision of birth defects that give inocent children handicaps? "Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus." If our faith is shown by works, then if the mind of Christ can be in us -- is it wrong to say that the works of Christ are the evidence that this mind is in us? When Jesus responded to John's questioning of his being the messiah Jesus said go and tell John again that the sick are healed and the gospel is preached to the poor. He response cited his works. SO-- are you willing to look at the works accomplished by Christian Science before you dismiss it? Some ojective reasearch sources are "Pulpit and Press" and "A Century of Christian Science Healing" both published by the CS Publishing society, but contain Newspaper articles and references to publicly and medically documented healings resulting from Christian Science. Also, there are several direct interviews with Mary Baker Eddy such as "What Mrs. Eddy said to Arthur Brisbane" a interview that she gave to a well known journalist who was not a Christian Scientist. In the Christian Science periodicals , monthly and weekly for over 100 years is a record of testimonys, and there are examples of ones testified to by doctors and other outside observers. Happy reasearching!!

Bill
05/16/2012 20:49

Christian Science is not a cult and never was. I was raised in that faith; however, even as a child I did not fully accept it. In 1936, my mother was at the time a young and inexperienced mother who had given birth to a baby girl (my sister). My sister became seriously ill in infancy and was not given much of a chance to survive. While being cared for in a Catholic hospital a nun urged my mother to allow a Roman Catholic baptism that she agreed to. Being in a desperate state, my mother’s friends suggested she consult a Christian Science practitioner and she did. To make a long story short on Christmas Eve of 1936 my sister took a turn for the better and survived. Was it the baptism, the Catholics in the hospital and others praying for her that pulled her through, or was it Christian Science? I may never know the answer to that question. What I do know is what the people who were around at the time that my sister pulling through was a miracle and it sold my mother on Christian Science.

I came along in 1944 and by age six or seven my mother enrolled me in Christian Science Sunday school. My older sister was also enrolled and tasked with the duty of taking me to and from Sunday school. We would take a bus on Sunday morning and my sister would meet one of her girl friends at a drug store a short distance from where Sunday school took place about one hour before it started. Both the teenage girls smoked (Lucky Strike) and I would be treated to any fountain drink of my choice, which was usually orangeade. Needless to say this was agreeable to me and something I looked forward to. While all of this was going on my parents were still in bed. When we returned from school our parents were usually still in their PJs, drinking coffee, and smoking. Before I go on, the Christian Science I was raised in was against smoking, beverages with caffeine, alcohol, and must other things that were habit forming. As many already know this religion discourages using health care providers in the belief that the love of God and teachings of Christ will overcome disease. (There is some leeway in using health care providers). Anyway, even as a small child I could not accept all of the teachings of this particular religion. As mentioned, parents smoked, drank coffee, my father drank, and while I was getting religion they were resting at home. This is not to say my parents were bad people. They were fundamentally decent honest people with a strong sense of ethics. Also, they both went to see doctors, dentists, as well as the children as the need arose. The only time I saw my mother the least bit apprehensive about medical care was when the Salk Polio vaccine first came out and given at no charge to all primary school children. At my insistence I was immunized along with my younger sister. (Does anyone reading this post remember the summer polio scares)?

By the time I was 14 my older sister was married with one child and my younger sister was seven. At this point I refused to go to Sunday school that at the time was a requirement in Christian Science until age 18. I was subjected to ridicule by my peers and at times their parents for my religious background – especially Roman Catholics. (Many years later I became a Roman Catholic). In the 1980s I had a conversation with my mother who openly stated that during my formative years neither she or my father set much of an example when it came to practicing religion. My mother did occasionally attend church services including other Protestant faiths. I never once ever recall my father ever attending church or any church related activity.

Attitudes and beliefs change with time. Today many doctors firmly believe in the power of prayer and strong sense of spirituality contribute to the healing process and there are studies to confirm this. In my own experience I suffered a heart attack in 1994 that resulted in emergency bypass surgery. Three days out of surgery my heart stopped when the external pacemaker was shut off. Family, members of organizations I belonged to, and coworkers alike prayed for me. Three days later the pacemaker was turned off and this time my heart continued beating. In 2002 I was diagnosed with prostrate cancer. Family and friends prayed for me. I obtained second opinions and after professional consultation chose surgery. I have been cancer free coming up on 10 years.

What I learned from all this including my war time experiences in Vietnam that spiritual growth is important in dealing with life threatening situations, illness, and coping with everyday life. Spirituality and medicine need to work as partners. I also believe Christian Science is on to something that mankind is a long way from understanding. As stated in my opening sentence it is not a cult and does not resemble one in any shape, form, or manner. Those I personally know of that faith tend to be well-educated people with both feet on the ground.

Mary Neal
01/05/2012 04:38

Isn't it incredible when we put the pieces together and see God working in our lives? Beautiful!

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Joy P
05/17/2012 01:23

Thank you, Dr. Mary, for openly sharing your personal blessings and experience which has blessed your readers.

I was age 2 when I had a near-drowning accident in 8 ft of water after I had fallen off a boat dock while unsupervised. Your descriptions of "peaceful beauty" matches my memory of being at the bottom of a lake; however, unlike you, I did not die.

My parents claimed my near-drowning occurred on a cloudy day, but my memory clearly recalls crisp sunny bright radiance at the lake bottom as seen with my eyes wide open under water. I recall no pain nor any fear whatsoever during that blessed event.

A neighbor's protective big black female poodle barked feverishly to alert adults to the incident, as my Mexican sombrero hat floated toward shore. (Maybe why God blessed me with 4 female large poodles who are water-babies :)

Thank you for helping me to better understand and embrace my experience and fear not death when it arrives.
Many blessings.

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mari maxwell
07/24/2016 23:56

Hi Mary, you're such a intelligent & beautiful women. I believe the things you have experienced & your passion for the cause But, they are not from God. You have encoutered the one who presents himself as an angel of the light. The Bible we who belong to Jesus will know His voice. I've read your book & haven't heard His voice once, only the enemy's New Age propaganda ... If you encountered Jesus, you would only have one message & that is that we need to confess Him (alone) as our personal Lord & Saviour for the remission of our sins by His blood & go out into the word & lead others to Him. We're not pausing at a room to make a final decision once we're dead ... May you find Him in this lifetime & be filled with the Holy Spirit then you'll really see Heaven!

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P Ferguson
01/12/2012 05:18

While reading about NDEs, the thing that has struck me is how each person has said that we are perfect as we are right now – and the certainty with which they say it, over and over again.

I think of my own NDE. In 1991, I was in a near-fatal automobile accident. A pick-up truck ran a red light and struck my small sports car broadside, just at my door. I was cut from my car and transported to our trauma care hospital. I was in and out of consciousness during this and while aid was administered and tests were run. My family’s faces drifted with me, all concerned with the seriousness of my injuries. When I was assessed and placed in SICU, my stream of visitors was residual to the haze from my medications.

Late in the night, the beep-beep-beep of the heart monitor became an alarm. I felt my consciousness sink, like the mercury in a cartoon thermometer. I was in a silver place filled with light although I could feel the staff rushing me to surgery, prepping me as they ran. The silver light stayed with me while they opened my back and side to repair the chamber of my heart that had been punctured by one of my broken ribs. Since I could not have anesthesia, I’ve since thought of that silver light as a quicksilver sea of pain, but I don’t remember the pain, just the silver light. But since that incredible experience, my fear of death has disappeared. With a certainty as strong as knowing the fingernails I see on my hand are mine, I know that dying is not to be feared, that it is natural and beautiful next step after living.

Lately, I’ve wondered if what people who have experienced NDEs say about our perfection is similar to how I’ve felt about dying since my accident. In my heart of hearts, I know that dying is okay – not to be feared and not to be sought, but just natural and another part of our spiritual lives. That certainty is very calm and very thorough.

The last couple of days, I’ve been thinking if the acceptance of ourselves described by the NDE’ers is similar to this totally calm and thorough knowledge of mine about death. And I’ve wondered if I can extend the feeling I have about dying to the feelings I have about myself and my body, my life, and my spirit.

I ask myself this because I have trouble with accepting myself. I see myself as ‘society’ sees me – forceful, large, independent, intelligent, and witty. No, that’s not true. Society sees me as fat, and that’s where ‘society’s’ concept of me stops – at least my interpretation of it.

And really, who IS this ‘society’ by which I judge myself? One on one for the most part, people accept and like me as I am. It’s my own interpretation of how people see me that keeps me in thrall to my deep-seated desire to disappoint their (conceived again) expectations of who I am. This whole dialogue takes place inside me, fueled by the pervasive advertising and communication of how I should look, what I should be, and how I should act.

Can I extend my certainty of the okay-ness of dying – my peace at how it will feel – to the rest of my personal interface with life? Can I feel peaceful that I really am perfect as I am and do not need to change in any way? Can I let myself just be? I want to do that – to extend the peace I feel about the ending of our lives to how I live my life!

As I write this, I feel myself become very emotional, as if it’s frightening – or impossible. But it isn’t. I want this and I want it badly. What I need is a reminder of that peaceful feeling about dying. I want it to automatically kick in when I begin to judge myself or others. Acceptance? Is that the key? In some ways, I think it is, but it goes beyond acceptance. It’s certainty – natural and all-encompassing. That’s how I’d like to feel about my own perfection.

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Jeff
02/07/2012 09:22

I have been dating an Angel for about a month in time and have recieved an opifiney!

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02/25/2012 11:00

I love Dr. Mary's book. She tells the clearest story yet of life between life and with God. Wow. My life has been one long miracle in which I have been saved so many times I have lost count. God and Jesus have stepped in over and over again. I've written a book about it, Tripping with Gabrielle, and share the miracle of God's work through teaching yoga to disabled and overweight, and yoga for trauma. Thank you Dr. Mary, your eyes shine with the Light of the Lord. Jules Harrell photonicgirl@hotmail.com

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Wendy
02/29/2012 07:01

I'd like to share my story & this seems like the perfect place. It jumps through time as I look back at all the different ways God gave me exactly what I needed in some of my darkest hours so I hope ot makes sense. *I am also changing names as to protect people's privacy...I hope that's ok. 20+ years ago, before I met my husband, he was in love with *Susan the girlfriend of a friend of his, *Jon, who happened to be addicted to drugs. Being a good man, my husband did not act on his feelings but waited. Before he ever had a chance, Susan & Jon were in an accident in which their vehicle rolled & Susan drown in a few inches of water as Jon tried to hold her head high enough to get air. Jon was devastated & rejected by their community with the exception of my husband. He stood by him, stayed with him for 3 days as Jon detoxed & remained Jon's friend as he went to college & took a job with the FBI. They then lost touch. My husband & I married in 2000 & he never once mentiond this friend or their story.Five years ago, I lost my father after a very brief (16 day) illness. I spiralled into absolute dispair & unbeknownst to me, left the door open for the devil to have his fun. For 3 years I remained stuck in a place of anger & doubted that God or heaven existed. After all, a loving God would never have done this to ME! My prayers for a sign from my father went unaswered so I justified my doubt even further. If God was real, he would have allowed my father to comfort me. As I spiralled further, I made huge mistakes that almost cost me my marriage and family, but my husband wasn't going to give up on me that easily. I cannot explain all the circumstances, but my husband felt a need to get in contact with Jon again. Jon was able to convince me of the errors I had made in a way my husband was unable to get through to me. I then struggled with a complete inability to forgive myself my sins & struggled to even hope that God would either. It was then that I Jon told me his story. I was so touched & inspired not only by my husband's great compassion & ability to forgive, but by Jon's kindness & non-judgmental words as we would talk. He helped me learn to forgive myself. I then began a friendship wit hhis girlfriend as well, *Lynn. (I think I need at this point to mention that I never actually "spoke" to either of them...we communicated through texts. Their lives were very busy as they were going to Afghanistan for 14 months. Lynn & I grew extremely close very quickly. She thought & often gave the same advice as my husband, but understood me as a woman. She became the sister I always wanted & although we were seperated by oceans, I have never been closer or loved anyone more. She had made similar mistakes in life & understood. She taught me how to love myself again. In April 2011 Jon & Lynn became engaged & we began to make plans for their wedding in Turks Caicos upon their return to the states. They put in for transfers to be closer to us when they came home & we formed all sorts of amazing plans. My husband & I even went to look at a house that she had found online because she just "knew" it was to be their home. In Sept 2011, they were to make a trip from Afg to London. Lynn had told me she had a headache for 3 days but didnt wanna go to the doctor because she was afraid they would cancel their trip. I mentioned this to my husband. Oh...I forgot to mention that my husband gets these "feelings" sometimes. Its like a knowing that something isn't right & he has a responsibility to try to help. Well, when I mentioned Lynn's headache to him, he made me promise to get her to go to the doctor BEFORE they left for their trip. He said "what if its a clot". When Lynn told Jon what my hubby had said, Jon's response was, "if he says you need to go now, you're going. Just then the doctor called to let Jon know his prescription was ready. Jon mentioned her headache & he was free right then to see her! Lynn did have a clot, in her neck, & getting on a plane to London would have almosst certainly killed her. Wow. It was then that I began to truly believe in God's plan. We are put into people lives & they in ours for a reason. My greatest fear up to that point was that I would never get to meet these two amazing people who had taught me so much & whom I had come to love so deeply. That fear eased that day. It seemed we were destined to meet. God had, through my husband, saved her life. After she was treaated on a floating hodpital & sent to London, they got the amazing news that they could finish out their time in London & wouldn't have to return to Afg! What a relief! So, from Sept on I felt less worrisome for their safety & really began to embrace all the plans & dreams we had made over hte previous year. Time was growing short & soon we would all be together! Lynn began to talk with my daughter (she just adored my baby girl) & on Jan 24th Jon texted my son for the first time to congradulate him on his first deer. We all got to talk th

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Wendy
02/29/2012 07:09

I forgot to mention in my winding tale above...after our friends death, my husband felt such anger over not "feeling" anything the day they died. He wondered why he had felt the need to intervene when she had the blood clot only for her to die several months later. I had never really wondered about that, but we talked & I tried to help him woth this guilt. This is what came to me...If they had gotten on that plane & she had died in Jon's arms, as his girlfriend so many years prior had done...it would have destroyed him. Most of us cant imagine going through that once, let alone twice. He would have been lost to us, but more importantly, to God. He died instantly in the accident & she a short time later. What a merciful God to have spare him that dispair & pain that could just have cost him his soul. My husband felt the truth in this explanation & no longer carries any guilt...another blessing from God.

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Wendy
02/29/2012 07:21

Darn...I just realized the rest of my story was too long & didnt go through. I really felt a need to type it out, but right now im drained a little so another time perhaps...

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Wendy
02/29/2012 11:14

Ok...whether Im just stubborn or being compelled...I have to finish my story! Sorry its out of order now...
So, on Jan 24th we all got to talk to them. It was a good day. The next day, Lynn sent my husband a message..."we've been in an accident. Jon is gone & Im not gonna make it. I want to talk to Wendy, can I? She wanted to know if my husband thought it best for him to tell me after work, or if she could say goodbye. He told me what happened on the phone & of course I wanted to talk to her. She thanked me for loving them, made me promise to never give up on friends, & promised me she would always be with me & our love would never die. It was the most heartbreaking moment of my life to this point. I immediately "lost it" & didnt care who saw. It took a week for us to officially be notified of their death & I was extremely angry for that, and then it hit me...what a blessing that she had been givin the strength to tell me herself! I would have been a mess that whole week wondering why we hadnt heard from them if she hadnt! Idid manage to see blessings during my initial grief & I think that's why this time I turned to God instead of away.A few days later, I was still a mess, but had to go to the store. When I climbed in my car & turned the key, I had such a sense of her presence, accompanied by a song on the radio I had never heard before ( A Thousand Years-Christina Perri) & knew it was her way of telling me she was ok, & nearby. I raced home from the store, played it for my husband eho immediately began crying. It was so beautiful & brought some sense of peace. After I turned off the song & we went back to watching tv, there it was again! On the tv! Wow! About a week later, we received personal items Jon & Lynn had set aside for us if anything happened to them before they came home. My husband & I each received crematory necklaces with a little bit of each of their ashes, & the Saint Michael medals we had sent to them before they left to keep them safe. I cherish them as the only thing I have tangible...they actually held in their hands, that I hold too. We also received a letter. In it, she tells me she will be bugging God to be with me & send me a sign. "I like song signs so I hope that's it". Incredible! But my peace didnt last. I so wanted to know why this had happened & became so angry! Why! Why werent we allowed to enjoy this friendship in person, bring it full circle as we had all planned!!!! By now I understood enough to know that we are all part of a bigger plan & accept that this too happened for a reaon...I just really wanted to KNOW that REASON! As I sat quietly contemplating one night, I pulled out my phone & listened to the song again. Suddenly I understood! Not the reason (that is still a struggle of mine) but something else. Its very hard to do justice or put into words but...it was like she was telling me...time is irrelevent. If you live to be 100, its a moment to me & I will be here when its your time. We will meet in heaven & have forever to love each other. I had a hard time describing the experience to my husband, & its even harder now. I have tried to recapture the feeling of peace, love & joy that I felt in that moment, but sadly it has faded. I wanted so badly for it to last, to feel even more, but have to be satisfied with the tiny glimpse of what is to come that I was given. I began reading about near death experiences at that time due to an extreme curiosity to learn about where my friends were now spending their time. But it also became almost an affirmation of what I had felt, only more. Thank you Dr Mary for putting it all down for those of us driven to learn. As you can see, I dont need to do the 6 month challenge, I can see 20 years worth of "coincidences" that are most cetainly not. I have no doubt that God exists & is quite active in our lives, or that heaven is indeed real. Faith is the challenge for me...completely letting go & letting God but Im trying. My husband also had a sign. He saw Lynn...standing over me as I slept. After my dad died I began the strange habit of sleeping with my arms oustretched above me. I have come to believe I am reaching...for God, heaven, my dad, my beloved friends...
Anyway, she stood next to me as I slept, lowered my arms back to the bed, kissed my forehead, kissed my nose, brushed her hand over my hair, looked at my husband with a little smile & winked...and was gone. That happened on Feb 8th...the day they would have returned to the States. I have a long way to go to mature my faith. I long to be "continuously in prayer" but I am not sure how. One of Jon's favorite sayings was "no worries". The license plate I saw less than 2 weeks after their death says it even better..."no worries, God's got this". I aim for that level of faith & pray for the protection of my soul during this trying time every day.

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susan
05/16/2012 11:47

Wendy, what a beautiful story. I am so happy you came back to fill in the pieces of your story....I had the kleenex box next to me....my tears were of understanding and love. I guess they call that tears of joy. What a beautiful story about love, friendship, and Gods work. I know first hand what if feels like to miss someone close to you and to think you will never see them again. But I do have to share with you that when I was a teenager I had a NDE. Back then you didn't talk about things like that because you would be labeled crazy but now I can talk and tell people what happened. I want to tell you that your love ones that have passed on will ALWAYS be with you - they are with you even though you can't see them or touch them. Think of how you felt when you heard the song on the radio and then heard it on the TV - it's a sign. Those signs may come and go as time goes on but keep their memory alive in your heart and in your thoughts and when you least expect it you will get another sign. I guess that is why God created "faith" - we believe in something we can't see or touch but we can feel it. You know it's real so don't ever let it go... God and your love ones are always with you. Think of the license plate you saw too. "No worries (Jon's favorite saying) Gods got this" - was it really a coincidence? or was it God and your love ones saying hello - I am here? I have had to deal with a lot of emotional issues lately and I can tell you that I see God working in SO many ways ....little things....as I get older I realize life is really a journey and it's up to us what journey we choose. I wanted you to know that your story touched me and for me the best way to stay in continuous prayer, at least for me, is to believe it exist and to just "be"....kind of corny sounding but I think you will understand.

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Denise
03/29/2012 14:49

I have always struggled to gain a closer relationship with God. In March of 2011 I was going on a trip to Arizona. I was looking for a book to take on the plane. Walking through Walmart I picked up the Colten Burpo true account in the best seller "Heaven is for Real". I felt the need to purchase the book but put it back down. Throughout my trip I continued to think of the book and when I returned in April, 2011 I had to seek it out and read it.
The book is about a four year old boys trip to heaven and back after his parents mistook his ruptured appendix for the flu.
In late June 2011 my 6 year old awoke with flu like symptoms on the morning we were supposed to leave for a camping trip.
My husband loaded the trailer as we prepared to leave ready to take our son sure that he would bounce back in a few hours.
Deep in my heart a voice spoke to me reminding me of how in the book Heaven is for Real Colten's parents missed Colten's appendix attack.
I took my 6 year old to the hospital. His appendix had ruptured and he was in surgery that very day. That book saved my sons life.

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Karen
05/05/2012 23:26

Wow. Yay, Denise! You purchased the book!

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04/24/2012 18:40

From our book, "Hello From Heaven!" -- one of my favorite ADC accounts (see pages 205-206)::

Madeline is a homemaker in Delaware. Her husband, Alec, her friend, Lilly, and she observed a gratifying physical display 2 years after her daughter, Sue, died of pancreatitis at age 36:

When Sue died I went to my minister and asked, “Why did God take my daughter away from me?” And he said, “Madeline, God didn’t take Sue. He received her.”
A couple of years later, I was in the kitchen getting coffee for my girlfriend, Lilly. In our living room we have a 5” by 7” black and white photograph of Sue and her older sister from when they were children.
As I was walking into the living room, I looked over at the picture and saw it was aglow! There was a yellowish light just around Sue’s face, like the halo you see in paintings around the heads of saints. It was beautiful!
I was so taken aback, I hollered, “Oh, my God!” Lilly turned around and saw it too! My husband, Alec, came running in from the hallway, and he also saw the picture glowing. All three of us saw it!
It was a gray day, and the sun wasn’t shining. So Alec went looking around to see if something else could have caused this, but he didn’t find anything. The glow lasted three or four minutes.
I think the light came from God and Sue letting me know that she is fine. It was like Sue was saying, “Don’t worry about me anymore. Now I’m watching over you.”
When I saw my minister again, he said, “If you feel you want to tell this story, tell it. Because you saw a miracle!”

Light plays a dramatic role in several types of ADCs. Just as radiant light is often seen surrounding our deceased loved ones, it may sometimes be noticed emanating from physical objects as well.

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Dave Mershon
05/02/2012 02:06

My father had an out-of-body experience when he "died" in the hospital at 17 years old. Mono gone haywire and Pop found himself in the hospital due to weakness, dehydration and his body's inability to shake off the mono, He loved the experience and he also told of no longer being afraid, but something within him changed when he crossed over. He floated above his body, looked down upon himself and his sleeping dad in the chair beside the bed, then proceeded to go through the walls and listen to the doctor tell his mother in the hallway "It's touch and go from here on, but these next 24 hours are going to make it or break it." He then floated down the hall, out the window, and moved towards the light. There was a being within the glow of the light who calmed his fears and made him feel at ease. My dad felt immense pleasure in the loving sense of the word. It was then the being asked my dad if he wanted to go back or if he wished to stay. He wanted to stay within the light and was about to convey his feelings when he suddenly felt the heavy-hearts of his mother and father. Upon feeling this, he wanted to go back so his mom and dad would not have to go through the heartbreak and sadness of losing a child. Before leaving, the being reminded my dad that once he left, there were no guarantees that he would return to this place. With great sadness and a feeling of "heavyness", he felt his spirit slip back inside of his sick body. The world then closed in and blocked off the "pathway" to the other side, so to speak. He lived to be an old man of 76 before rejoining the light. I hope to join him one day.

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Jeannette
05/14/2012 01:30

Wow! Some of the details in your dad's experience are very similar to those of my mom. My mom had an out-of-body experience when she was miscarrying my older brother. Like your dad, my mom floated above her body and saw my dad sobbing at the foot of her bed. She too heard nurses talking about her condition. Although she didn't see a bright light, she did tell me throughout my life, that she heard the most beautiful music ever, music that she had not heard while back on earth. Like your dad, she also was given the option to stay or return. She chose to return because she believed my dad and living older brother needed her. Throughout the years, she always told me that she was never afraid of death itself, since she'd had such a joy-filled death experience already, only in HOW she would die. My mom died last year at the age of 80. On her deathbed, I reminded her of the beautiful music she'd heard years ago and that it was ok to go. Shortly thereafter she passed. There is life after this life...I truly believe it.

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Rick
05/02/2012 05:34

Dear Mary your story I must say is truly inspirational you seem to have been thrust into a life of meaning and truth that I find refreshing in this crazy world...I myself have tried to transform my life in one year in the late 1990's my wife had lost a child and she lost her dad to a stem stroke and I lost my mother to cancer.This year caused much distress and questioned my faith on every level imaginable. I came across a book about afterlife which gave the message of true love just as your book tells .I decided at that moment to transform my life to a life of unconditional love and understanding leaving behind a life of jealously and selfishness ..I've raised my sons to live by this understanding also ..two years after this life changing year we were blessed with our third son who was born autistic ..I believe he was a gift from the lord and I have learned thru him the ultimate meaning of sacrifice , love . And understanding. Though life has its daily challenges I believe if I hadn't made this transformation of unconditional love that is so told as in your story I wouldn't have been givin this gift from the lord of my autistic son...

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Rick
05/02/2012 05:51

I wanted to end my story by saying we all have a mission in life and even though at times, we get lost..love puts it all in perspective....?? Thank you for sharing you story Dr.Neal.

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Kelly D.
05/03/2012 15:15

Dear Dr. Neal,
I heard your interview on Coast to Coast with George Noory and I just had to purchase your book. I wanted to call in to the show but I could not get through. Your story and experience is fascinating and you write so well that your book is a page turner that I cannot seem to put down! You are so credible and I 100% believe that what you experienced was very real, and I know that Heaven and God, Jesus, and Angels are real and working in our lives today. I have been a Registered Nurse for almost 25 years and I have worked in Hospice and Critical Care. I have heard many NDE stories from patients. I have also heard patients talk of seeing angels and streets of gold before they died. I have not had an NDE myself (that I know of), but I wanted to share an experience that happened to me when I was ten years old that I have carried with me my whole life and only shared with just a few loved ones. I was a victim of severe child abuse at the hands of my step parents. I know this will sound very strange, and it is a little difficult for me to explain, but since I was a tiny girl, I always knew that God was real. I had a sense that I came from Heaven to Earth and that Earth was not my home. I had some "memories" of Heaven before I came to Earth that are similar to what others have described in their NDE's. My Mother told me that when I was two years old, I almost died from hepatitis. I wonder if my "memories" of Heaven were really a NDE? Anyway...fast forward to age 10...I was really suffering extreme physical and verbal abuse from my alcoholic step parents. It was so bad that I regularly asked God to take me back to Heaven to be with Him again. One afternoon I was in my bedroom, by myself, sitting on my bed coloring in a coloring book. All of the sudden, I looked up and an angel was standing in the doorway to my room. He was very tall (I estimate at least seven feet) as he had to bend down under the doorway to look at me. He was so beautiful! He had blond curly hair and bright and intense blue eyes. He was wearing a white robe with a gold rope belt. He had sandals on his feet. I remember this as vividly as if it just happened yesterday and I am 53 years old now. He did not have wings but I knew he was an angel. I was very frightened because I had never seen anything like this before. He was only about 5 feet from me and he was as real as anyone. He was solid looking and not transparent like a ghost. He radiated light from his skin and his beauty was breathtaking. He looked into my eyes with so much love and he smiled at me. I was so scared that I could not speak and my heart was pounding. I thought to myself "maybe if I just keep coloring and look down, he will go away?" I looked down for a second and then looked up again at the doorway and he was gone. I know that he read my thoughts and he knew that I was scared. I never told anyone about this experience for at least 20 years...not even my parents or my husband. There has never been one day of my life that has gone by since this happened that I have not thought of this. I know that he was my guardian angel. I don't know why he came to me and I wish he would have spoken to me. I wish I would have spoken to him. I have asked many times for him to show himself to me again but he never does, although I feel his presence around me all the time. I have wondered through the years why he came to me and the best that I can understand was that it was to let me know that I was protected and it was to increase my faith. I hope that my story will help others. Heaven is real. God is real. Angels are real. I am not afraid to die. I know where I am going. Earth is not my home. God bless you.

Kelly

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Carol Garza
05/03/2012 21:31

I too heard Dr Neal on C2C a couple of nights ago. Loved how she explained her experience. I have a very close and yet not close enough relationship with my/our Creator. I love the Word of God--Jesus, my Lord, Savior, King, Deliverer and Healer. I pray and people tell me I have a gift for teaching the Scriptures. I am not religious or at least try not to be. There is a huge difference between being religious and being spiritually connected to our Creator. In the Gospel of John, Jesus in answering Philip's question, says "I Am the Way, the Truth and the Life. No man can come to the Father but by me." Back in 1975, as I was searching for the meaning to my life, to life, I began to pray "Dear God". I heard a Voice in my head tell me "Call on Jesus. Pray to Jesus." I argued with my 'mind' telling myself I did not want to go through a 'middle man' to get to God. I wanted to go straight to the Source.
A few months later, I met someone who read the Bible a lot and understood much of it. He led me to pray like this: "Lord Jesus. I repent of my sins. Wash and cleanse me in Your Blood. Come inside me and be my Life." At that very moment, I felt a WHOOSH come inside me!!! (It was GOD, the Holy Spirit. The Spirit of our Heavenly Father and the Spirit of my/our Savior Jesus.) I suddenly felt an incredible Peace envelop me. And so my life changed instantly but continues to change for the better as my walk with our GOD gets closer. I have seen 2 angels in my life. They saved my life. I have also felt but not seen very evil demons approach me. This has only happened 4-5 times. Their presence is evil and scary. Each time I felt their presence, I asked our Lord Jesus to sprinkle His Blood on me and in the room I was in. Immediately the evil presence left. One of the last times I experienced an evil presence was in 2006. Shortly before Sadam Hussein was executed, I prayed for him and WOW. I roused up the demons from hell like nobody's business! All I did was ask the Lord to have Mercy on his soul. I asked the Lord to appear to him that maybe by seeing our Great Loving Creator, Saddam H would repent for his actions and call on his Creator. The fear that came upon me took me by surprise.
Calling on the Name of the Lord Jesus and speaking the Blood of Jesus to cover and protect me made that evil presence leave.
Dr Neal. If you are reading this, may I ask if you read the Bible since returning to earth. If no, may I ask why? The Word of God is Living ! The Word of God is Jesus ! In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the WORD was / is GOD! And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us !! He is LIGHT and He is LOVE. He came that we would have Life and have it more abundantly until it overflows! I can hardly wait to meet our Wonderful and Awesome Creator !! I can't wait to see and touch Him!
I loved your explanation Dr Neal of Heaven being another dimension. I also found your experience very credible because God has given us Free Will to choose Him or walk away from Him. He attracts us to Him but never forces us to follow Him. May God continue to shine through you and give you more insight, revelation and envelop you with His Peace which surpasses all understanding.

Carol Garza

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Karen
05/05/2012 09:58

I didnt have a near death experience, but I did experience an awakening of Gods reality. My body, my mind, and my soul was being so crushed by the physical and emotional abuse at the hands of my new husband, I cried out and called on God to rescue me. I did not yet have a personal relationship with Christ , but I knew somewhere a faraway unapproacable God existed and I called on Him to help me.
I got down on my knees beside my bed, buried my face in my hands and weeped inconsolably, as I called out for God to help me.
Suddenly, outside my side window I heard beautiful singing that sounded like falling waters, a waterfall gently rushing in a perfection of three male voices, praising Gods' mercy. I jumped up to see them and the voices moved to the front window. I ran over to the fornt window, wanting to see them, but couldnt with my human eyes.but I could hear them clearly, more precise then any sound with my ears.
I saw them in spirit, there is no other way to explain it.
Their presence was large, comforting, beckoning me to drink of Gods glory and peace. i knew they were angels sent to me to comfort me, as I couldnt tell anyone of my misery going on in my home behind closed doors out of shame and fear.
This was 34 years ago and it began my walk with a loving and very personal God who deeply loves us and cares for us in an intimate relationship. If you ask Him, He will answer.

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Gordon
05/05/2012 14:49

Few comments, many questions, but did have one of those Ah Hah moments not to long age with regard to the subject of "the elect." The bible speaks to the subject of "being elect, in order to be saved." Does your experience shed any light on this? My "Ah Hah" moment came when I recently recieved an invitation to an event that I had long wanted to attend, but was never previously invited. Is this the same way that God reaches out to us to "invites us" to believe in him, through the Holy Spirit, to be saved?
It is sad to know that some people may never get invited.

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Mary
05/07/2012 14:01

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life"
John 3:16
*whoever believes in Him - everyone is invited but few accept

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Kelly D.
05/11/2012 00:29

Amen to that Mary!!!! I just got a chance again tonight to share the hope, love, and promise of salvation through our Lord Jesus with my agnostic father. I pray that he will choose Christ before his life here on earth is over. I am so blessed that I know the Lord and know where I am going when I die.

05/05/2012 18:52

My mother had a heavenly expierence.I put her interview on youtube at Mrdell1949.

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Tim Silva
05/07/2012 02:47

I have had 3 Death experiences in my life, one when I was about 5 years old and the other 2, 4 weeks apart when I was 20. As I do not pretend to be an expert on the subject, It has had a profound affect on me and has fore ever changed the way I view life on earth as well as in the spiritual realm. I will say there is a GOD just not the way religions want you to believe GOD is or is not. Your relationship with GOD is unique just like the one you have with your Mother or Father. You do not need any one to get you closer to GOD, but you, yourself, you are the only one who can establish a relationship with GOD and no it does not cost you any money that is an insult to GOD. And when I talk about GOD I mean the Father of JESUS CHRIST he is the only one I have ever found, please do not be offended by this discovery as I am not Really religous,just explainig my experience. I wish I could say different,but my experience is what is. I am not a Bible thumper and have not been to church in a while other than a few funerals. But realize this there is a spiritual world, but not the one that you might think. We do not take our physical being into the spiritual world like we would like to believe, our bodies stay here on this Beautiful dirt clod in the middle of no where we call earth as our bodies are only of this earth,makes sense doesn't it. You do not have your eyes, ears, or sense of smell like we do now, as we do not go into the spiritual world with our physical bodies, but only our cosientiousness. This is only the tip of the ice berg and I will share more later, thank you for your time.

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Liz
05/07/2012 13:29

I am a Christian and I had what I believe was a near death experience after the birth of my son - also in 1999. My son was a long and difficult delivery that required forceps. Although I've never fainted before in my life, my blood pressure dropped when they tried to move to a recovery room in the morning. They kept me in bed for the day and then encouraged me to get up that afternoon. I then went into a slow faint. My hearing went first and I could not talk, even though the nurse was asking me if I was okay. I reached for the door to let her in and fell to the ground. While I was out, I was in a place of light, happy and completely at peace. I was singing a quiet song in my head. When I began to awake, I heard swooshing noise in my ears as I became aware of my pulse. I was grieved to return and I remember feeling like I did not want to come back, which seems odd to me since I had everything to live for. I went down again and then came back up for good. My husband said I looked white as a ghost. The next day I was having fevers and was shaking, and I believe I may have had excessive blood loss (although I don't really know). To this day, I don't know what the song I was singing was, although I have sense that it was familiar to me. I believe that heaven is a place of complete joy and peace.

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Stacy Heaton
05/07/2012 13:38

This seems like it could just have been an anoxic (lack of oxygen) experience.THere have been MRI studies that these same images occur with low oxygen states, 14 minuted undre water, in pain and shock, with no heart monitor....I wish it were true and happy it gives you peace of mind, but I really dont have faith that it was truly an experience of death.

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Liz
05/08/2012 11:49

So much of life comes down to faith, doesn't it? We have faith that a plane will be able to fly when we board, that the sun will rise tomorrow and we can accomplish our dreams and plans.

Even if you have faith that NDE can be explained by biology, how did we come to be programmed this way? It does not fit a survival of the fittest scenario, since one would expect instinct to fight to stay alive no matter what.

To me, it fits the profile of a loving creator.

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Joy P
05/17/2012 03:09

Dear Liz,

Your NDE experience touched my heart, as you beautifully described having faded in and out of multiple dimensions following the miracle of birth. You are living testimony that God created a universe with multiple dimensions with perfect truthful beautiful loving multiple dimensional interstellar spiritual beings.

Social engineering by the "wanna-be-gods" (small g) promotes only technologies which are capable of being profitably commercialized. (Sadly, this includes human DNA and human body parts.)

It is my opinion that institutionally crafted social engineering (to answer your question how we came to be programmed) is a sub-standard "attempt" to justify experiences in scientific terms. We saw how Tesla's amazing "zero point energy" methodology was treated.

Whether it be "fight or flight" or "survival of the fittest", it's becoming more evident that Darwinism was merely a covert attempt on the part of the controllers to promote certain agenda to the populace. (Greg Braden articulated this in a recent audio online.)

If you care to look deeper into ancient harmonics (solfeggio tones, harmonic frequencies, etc.) one might possibly conclude that your NDE song correlates with angelic "music of the spheres" in transformation and transcendence associated with healing and birth.

For example, colors of light (rainbow) are represented by a range of frequencies in musical tones, each with different wave forms. The rainbow is God's visual representation of the earth's atmosphere whereby each color represents a different frequency. I believe those frequencies were positioned by God to prevent certain dark frequencies from becoming active inside earth's atmosphere.

I think the more visible these frequencies (colors and harmonic sounds) are to us on earth, the more present are we with God with a higher concentration of positive pure energy....just one of the ways God reminds us of our God created perfect beauty in all of nature and our beautiful spirits. We are truly in the hands of God.
Many blessings.

Kelly D
05/10/2012 20:40

Hi Stacy,

I have often wondered about NDE's and the effects of lack of oxygen on the brain. I have been a registered nurse for 25 years and have worked in critical care and hospice. I have seen many, many people die and many who have been revived. Many patients have told me of their NDE's. The part that intrigues me is that I have seen many people have lack of oxygen to the brain and people who received CPR and were revived but not everyone has an NDE. So if it were as simple as brain anoxia, don't you think that everyone would have the same experience? I had a NDE as a child and it was very real, and I saw an angel when I was 10. I also had a respiratory arrest after surgery as an adult and was revived with CPR. In that experience, I don't remember any NDE and I definitely had a lack of oxygen to the brain. To say that you don't think one's experiences are real is a bit short sighted. I do believe these experiences are real not because I have had similar experiences and have had patients tell me of them, but because I have faith in a loving God, who is very real and who I know performs miracles today. 14 minutes under water and no brain damage, even surviving it is a true miracle from God...no other explanation for that. The greatest miracle of all is that Jesus Christ came to earth, lived as a man and died on a cross in our place so that we can one day be with Him. People who have NDE's are very blessed and fortunate that they get a small glimpse of the paradise that awaits us where God's love never ends. I am grateful for those that share these experiences because it helps to encourage others and it is faith building in my opinion. I hope that you will continue to research NDE's and see the common themes that exist. God Bless you!

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S.P.
05/07/2012 15:28

Hi Mary, I just saw the interview from Fox and Friends ... thank you for sharing your story. I'm sorry the interviewers would ask you a question, then before you were really able to fully answer they would interrupt with another one ... it was kind of frustrating because I just wanted to hear you tell your story in your own way. I did a search for your name and found the presentation on Dr. Oz to be more satisfying. By the way, I like your "natural look" in the filmed background portion, better than the more formal TV interview "look". After viewing that, I came to this site. I wish I had more time to relate my own near death experience, but I have to run now.

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S.P.
05/07/2012 17:12

A dear saintly friend called to pray "The Divine Mercy Chaplet" at the hour of Mercy between 3-4pm. I'm glad I prayed it daily with my elderly mom (whom I took care of), and with my older brother who would call in from CA and join us via speakerphone. Jesus said to St. Faustina to encourage souls to say the Chaplet, which He taught her, and promised that if one would pray it in the presence of the dying, that He would come, "not as Just Judge but as Merciful Savior". As I said, I'm glad we established the good habit of praying it daily, because as it turned out my brother (only 64) was found dead in his efficiency apartment the week after this past Christmas and my mother died less than two months later. I really miss having that mutual commitment and support of regular daily prayer partners ... as Scripture says, "A three ply cord is not easily broken." After hearing Mary share her near death experience, much of which resonated with mine (although mine was different), I'd like to share mine, but I just don't have the time to write it out right now ... but would like to say this, I would say that I labeled myself agnostic at the time of mine, though I was searching because of the death of a friend I was traveling with (early 20's just after college), and I was a lapsed/fallen away Catholic. When I had my near death experience, I felt I was about as far away from the Catholic Church as one could go. But my experience, shooting out of my body, was directly into a blinding light, more brilliant and encompassing than words can describe ... I felt so much love, joy, peace, happiness ... I felt that I was in the presence of a Being Who truly and fully loved and knew me better than anyone knew and loved me, including myself. This Being was All Powerful, yet gentle, Merciful, but also Just, Loving but the source of both Love and Truth, the Ground of Being, He was/is the source and essence of our being ... and in the center of this blinding all encompassing light, I really was being blown away ... (I liken it to the ad or commercial where this young man with medium long hair is sitting in a leather reclining chair in front of these stereo speakers and his hair is being blown back, face as if he's facing a hurricane, the whole communicating that he is being blown away by the power of the music coming out of these stereo speakers) That's kind of what it felt like, internally and externally, yet again with that all encompassing sense of being known and loved in truth ... and then with a roar, external and internal, a booming loud voice, powerful and yet gentle, said, " I AM " !!! This voice, these words resonated within and without me ... then before I know it, I was back in my body. This was not a dream, it happened, and corresponding to what Mary said, it showed me without a doubt, that God exists, God is real. He is the Supreme Being and is our Creator, and that we owe our existence and continuing in being to Him. Also, He is loving, the source of Love and He loves us ... this love is grounded in Truth and is not separate from it ... He is love and He is truth. And from another experience around that time, I found that He does answer prayer, sincere prayer from the heart. (As someone said, "God always answers prayer: Sometimes, He says, "Yes", sometimes, He says, "No" and sometimes, He says, "Not yet". I'll expand on that to say, He answers prayer in His own time and in His own way. In other words, since He knows all things and truly does care for us as a Father cares for his children, He wants what is best for us (which is ultimately the gift of Himself), so we may not get the answer to our prayer that we are looking for, but He will answer it in the way that's best for us. But believe me, He does care, and He does answer prayer, even in what may seem insignificant to others, but in things that may matter to us, personally. This is good news! God exists, He loves and cares for us corporately and personally, and He does hear and answer our prayers ... and if we give Him the time and space and quiet, He does speak to us, at the very least in our hearts, and through people, places and things in our circumstances. He wants to have a personal relationship with the persons which He has created. Even if we have offended or ignored Him, He calls us back to turn from our destructive paths, to a loving, accepting relationship with Him, which is our salvation. He wants us to be with Him for eternity, that is "Eternal Life", and believe me, as Mary showed in her testimony, heaven is NOT boring!!! The evil one, the liar, the one who rebelled against God, would have you believe that heaven is boring, why would anyone want to go there, and that his eternal dwelling place is where the real party is ... NOTHING could be further from the truth. Eternal separation from the source of all that is good, will be no picnic ... remember the saying, "Misery loves company" ... the evil one is miserable in his pride

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Lois
05/08/2012 12:43

I am 76 years old and have had several NDE with angels always coming to be with me during those trying times. But the one I have had about four years ago, was so peaceful and beautiful. I was in the Cardiac IU and was trying to go to sleep. My room was across from the nurses station. There were blinds on the window next to my bed overlooking the nurses station. The blinds would be open while I was awake and closed at night. I had seen earlier little gray creatures running up and down the hall. They would stop at every patients room to look in. It was a very uncomfortable feeling and I felt an impression they were waiting for people to pass on. Nobody told me that; just that I felt it. I turned my head towards the closed blinds and the amazing thing happened. I was able to see the nurses station as if the blinds weren't even there. All of a sudden behind them appeared a huge white fluffy cloud and coming out of the cloud appeared a huge mansion with a wrap around porch. There were many rocking chairs on the porch with people sitting in them. They were all having conversations with each other. However, one lady in a rocking chair closest to me was waving really hard and smiling, It took me a second to recognize who it was and I then knew it was favorite Aunt, we had been close my entire life until she passed. It took me those few seconds as she looked younger and while on earth she had a leg that was totally straight and she never could bend it. Now she's in heaven and her leg while sitting in the rocking chair was bent to rock the chair. People were coming out of the mansion and going down the front porch steps to the yard. I call this my "Peek into Heaven" as it was hard for me to believe yet another experience was happening. Everything was bright white, the cloud, the mansion, the front porch, steps and everyone's clothing was white. I want to share this part as no-one now should be afraid what is on the other side. THE WHITE I SAW THAT DAY was truly, truly white. I have never seen anything that white on earth. I am glad God let me see this and share time with my Aunt...the creatures quit running up and down the hall, stopping at my door. I knew I was going to live as God had something for me to do that I haven't finished yet.

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Pat Atencio
05/08/2012 14:32

I enjoyed reading your story and I'm sure you are a very Christian person, however, I am dismayed that you started this blog with a quote from "Teilhard de Chardin". You may not know that de Chardin was a Modernist and died excommunicated from the church. Modernism was condemned by several Popes in the 19th and 20th century and has caused great damage to Christian beliefs as well as the teachings of the church in the past 50 years. Perhaps you could read more about him before quoting him on your blog. Best wishes and may God continue to bless you.

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Lois
05/08/2012 15:59

Boy, I don't know where you are coming from. I don't even know the persons you are quoting. Maybe you should try reading the Bible. My story is true and sorry you couldn't accapt it as being true. Godd Bless you.

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Cheryl
05/08/2012 14:36

I have always been a extremely sensitive and empathetic person. Throughout my life I have always been able to sense things before they happen. I may, out of the blue, think or dream of a person and then run into them later in the day or receive a call. I had a feeling to visit my aunt, which I did, and later that day she died. Shortly after my mother was buried, while taking an afternoon nap, I heard what sounded like her voice urging me to go down stairs to the laundry room. When I got to the last step I noticed sparks flying out the back of the dryer. Within seconds of retrieving the extinguisher the entire back of the dryer was on fire. Most inspiring to me, that leaves me without doubt that there is life after death is the story of a visitation from my husband at the time of his death. We were married 20 when I left the marriage due to erratic, unacceptable and unexplainable behavior on his part. Throughout our marriage we always commented we were destined to be with one another. Therefore, for 2 years after the separation he pledged to do whatever he could to make amends and work on the relationship. My pride and stubbornness wouldn't allow a reconciliation. I wanted him to hurt the same as I did the last years of the marriage, so I stood my ground and demanded a divorce. Then there was the fateful day when he learned he had terminal cancer and was given only months to live. He blamed me for leaving, he was extremely angry and felt he had wasted his years pleading for me to come back. We divorced a couple of months later. He remarried and we lost contact. Accept for the phone calls I would get where someone would only listen on the other end, I never had any contact with him again... until his death. He came to me in a lucid dream. It was unlike any other dream I had ever had. The colors were vivid, he was younger and spoke clearly. I awoke shaken and looked at the clock by the bed. I knew he had died. It was later in the day that I received the call of his passing. The time of death was only minutes before I awoke from the dream. Because of this and other experiences, I no longer fear death. I am grateful to God everyday of my life.

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Cheryl
05/08/2012 14:40

*Except for the phone calls...* Cell phone typing changes words

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Lisa
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Cheryl,

What an amazing story. Do you mind telling me what you mean about "cell phone typing changes words?"

Do you mean you believe your ex-husband called you and only listened? What words changed?

I ask because I've experienced words changing as I type on my cell phone, but not due to auto correct. One time I was writing a question, and I suddenly saw the word I was typing start to flash and change....it looked different than auto correct. A word then appeared that had no relation to the word I had been typing. The word was the name of a man I was thinking about....and it answered my question.

I believe that a spirit or angel changed my email and inserted an unrelated word to give me a message. I've tried many times to make auto correct change the word I'd been typing to the name of the man....and I can't do it. It's not possible except through some kind of intervention.

I was just wondering if something like this happened to you?

Patrick
05/11/2012 10:20

Around 1980, my girlfriend was killed in a car crash. She went into a coma for a few days, then died. I was grief-stricken and couldn't understand why God had taken her. I was distraught that night and cried myself to sleep.

That evening I was given a special gift. I saw my girlfriend going to heaven. I was given the Sense of warmth and love that she was entering into and was assured that she was in good hands and I let her go. The next morning I literally woke with a smile on my face and inexplicable joy and absolution from the desperate pain from the previous week. It was an experience I will never forget. I always hope that her family was given that gift but have never spoken about it.

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05/20/2012 20:31

When I was 33 I had three small schoolage children. At this time my husband was in jail. I worked 40 hours a week. My father passed away and I was devastated. I had to function as normal and could not even grieve properly. I was to handle everything for the funeral, work, kids and all I did was try to function normally. It was overwhelming. It was too much to handle. I was standing in my bedroom crying my eyes out and then I felt loving arms wrap around my shoulders, like someone was behing me and wrapped their arms around me. I said outloud "That feels so good" I know God saw that I needed comforted. That was spectactular and exactly what I needed. God is real......He is there when you need him.

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Thank you Anne. God is so good and never leaves us , Amen
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Dear Dr. Neal,
I was unable to contact you because the server was down. I decided to post this question here in the hopes you would read it. My struggle to be a consistent godly wife, parent is daily. The choices I have made I feel so unsure because I don't understand if following the heart is what I should do or a trick of the enemy.
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On this office visit I received my last ever B12 and Penicillin shot. Because of the reaction I died went to heaven and returned to this world’s life while in the doctor’s office.

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I remember going into what seemed like a deep sleep. Suddenly awake I saw my body lying on the table as I seemed to float around the room about 3 feet above the floor. I watched them as he and his nurse wife worked on me as they struggled to bring me back to life. I was given a large needle into my chest area above the heart and a shot or 2 in the arm and him pressing repeatedly on my chest trying to revive me.

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I then remember going fast forward back that same white tunnel. The vision of Christ and heaven faded away and again seeing my life from before birth fast forward back to again floating around the room and watching Doctor and nurse. I saw myself drift into my body and I could feel myself beginning to wake up. I awoke to see a doctor and nurse both soaked in perspiration and sweat suddenly become very relieved. The entire experience seemed to take place over a 5 to 20 minute period of time.

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As I was born and raised in the Lutheran Christian faith for many years I was taught the beliefs of that faith. I was taught the Bible, the New Testament and a belief in Jesus Christ as my savior and redeemer. Since the death experience I have lived to serve in Lutheran Churches on church councils, during worship services as a greeter, usher, service verse reader, administered communion and even conducted services as a pastor and delivered sermons when our normal pastor was on his yearly monthly vacation.

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09/15/2016 16:24


I view an afterlife that will only be much better when I get to heaven. Is There a Heaven? Yes, Yes Indeed! After my trip I am sure there is a heaven. I am sure those who have accepted Christ as their savior will be going there too. I know because I believe I was there in the late 1950’s after going through this near death experience after my severe reaction to an injection of Penicillin.

I wonder if anyone from the Muslim faith has ever had a near death experience. My feeling is if they had been to heaven and returned it is hard for me to believe that they would still believe in that faith. A faith that so downgrades women and none believers. That advocates and requires the killing of non-believers including men, women and children with rewards of 21 virgins in heaven. This is surely is not Gods way of loving all his children equally. Perhaps without a belief in Christ as our redeemer none have really ever gone to heaven.

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I view an afterlife that will only be much better when I get to heaven. Is There a Heaven? Yes, Yes Indeed! After my trip I am sure there is a heaven. I am sure those who have accepted Christ as their savior will be going there too. I know because I believe I was there in the late 1950’s after going through this near death experience after my severe reaction to an injection of Penicillin.

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09/15/2016 16:43


I view an afterlife that will only be much better when I get to heaven. Is There a Heaven? Yes, Yes Indeed! After my trip I am sure there is a heaven. I am sure those who have accepted Christ as their savior will be going there too. I know because I believe I was there in the late 1950’s after going through this near death experience after my severe reaction to an injection of Penicillin.

I wonder if anyone from the Muslim faith has ever had a near death experience. My feeling is if they had been to heaven and returned it is hard for me to believe that they would still believe in that faith. A faith that so downgrades women and none believers. That advocates and requires the killing of non-believers including men, women and children with rewards of 21 virgins in heaven. This is surely is not Gods way of loving all his children equally. Perhaps without a belief in Christ as our redeemer none have really ever gone to heaven.

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09/15/2016 16:45


I view an afterlife that will only be much better when I get to heaven. Is There a Heaven? Yes, Yes Indeed! After my trip I am sure there is a heaven. I am sure those who have accepted Christ as their savior will be going there too. I know because I believe I was there in the late 1950’s after going through this near death experience after my severe reaction to an injection of Penicillin.

I wonder if anyone from the Muslim faith has ever had a near death experience. My feeling is if they had been to heaven and returned it is hard for me to believe that they would still believe in that faith. A faith that so downgrades women and none believers. That advocates and requires the killing of non-believers including men, women and children with rewards of 21 virgins in heaven. This is surely is not Gods way of loving all his children equally. Perhaps without a belief in Christ as our redeemer none have really ever gone to heaven.

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I view an afterlife that will only be much better when I get to heaven. Is There a Heaven? Yes, Yes Indeed! After my trip I am sure there is a heaven. I am sure those who have accepted Christ as their savior will be going there too. I know because I believe I was there in the late 1950’s after going through this near death experience after my severe reaction to an injection of Penicillin.

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I view an afterlife that will only be much better when I get to heaven. Is There a Heaven? Yes, Yes Indeed! After my trip I am sure there is a heaven. I am sure those who have accepted Christ as their savior will be going there too. I know because I believe I was there in the late 1950’s after going through this near death experience after my severe reaction to an injection of Penicillin.

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