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Publisher Description

So how should we spend our time on Earth? Don Piper, the Minister of Hope who spent 90 minutes in Heaven, brings us God's message.

Hope for the here and now from the multimillion-selling author of 90 Minutes in Heaven.

Millions believe in Heaven. Don Piper's been there. He was pronounced dead after a car accident on January 18, 1989. Ninety minutes later, Piper came back to life with an extraordinary story. His 90 Minutes in Heaven has strengthened the faith of countless people.

When Piper returned to this life, he had a long road back to health, dealing with painful treatments and physical disabilities-the "new normal," as Piper calls it. Still, he had been transformed spiritually and this allowed him not only to cope with his suffering, but to transcend it. Piper found purpose in his pain, he found the message in the mess, and so can anyone else who embraces God's grace in the here and now-as well as the Hereafter.

Don Piper did not return from Heaven alone-he brought the gift of hope back with him. Those who read Heaven Is Real can use what he learned to live the lives God has called them to live.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
NARRATOR
CM
Cecil Murphey
LENGTH
07:11
hr min
RELEASED
2007
August 2
PUBLISHER
Penguin Audio
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
378.4
MB

Customer Reviews

GlenRoseFireFighter ,

I can't wait to get there...

I thought this book was well written from the perspective of the very person it happened too. At times I found myself in that hospital bed feeling the pain and when he described heaven, I felt like I was there. It was sincere. I'd recommend to anyone doubting if heaven exists. And to other reviews written...the truth hurts sometimes!

BigfootHeart ,

Heaven Is Real

This review I experienced for 90 minutes(not listening to the story in its entire time), greatly disappointed me. I love this type of format of getting to enjoy great sharings. It is also important for Mr. Piper to survive to have the opportunity too relay the grace of Heaven to everyone. But it is in a way that still judges way to harshly. Way to many religious undertones.

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