Saved by the Light

Saved by the Light

The True Story of A Man Who Died Twice and the Profound Revelations He Received

Book - 1994
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On September 17,1975, after being electrocuted by a bolt of lightning, Dannion Brinkley died. When he revived twenty-eight minutes later in a morgue, he had the story of a lifetime to tell- a profoundly moving account of what happened to him during his near-death experience.

It is a tale of a dark tunnel, a crystal city, and a "cathedral of knowledge" where thirteen angels shared with him 117 revelations about the future-95 of which have already come true. Even he now possessed the ability to read minds, no one believed his story of the spiritual transformation that changed his life- except others who had died and come back.A second near-death experience reunited him with with his angelic instructors.This time, they revealed that he was to use his new psychic gifts to help the dying.Since then, he has dedicated his life to working with the sick and elderly, and sharing his fantastic story with people everywhere.

Dramatic and inspiring, Saved By the Light is an exciting look at the fascinating mysteries of life and death.

Publisher: New York : Villard Books, 1994.
ISBN: 9780061008894
Characteristics: xii, 161 p. ;,22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Perry, Paul 1950-


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Jun 26, 2018

I've read many spiritual books in my life but this one is by far so detailed that it left me speachless. For those who are afraid to die, this is the "book" that will help you change the way you think and embrace/change your ways on earth. I'm very grateful that I've read it, and now I understand even more so I will apply the wonderful information I got from this book. I give this book two thumbs up!

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