By Don Piper, Cecil Murphey
90 mins in Heaven is the runaway bestseller approximately one man's adventure with loss of life 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 used to be said useless on the scene. For the subsequent ninety mins, he skilled the glories of heaven, the place he was once 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 resulted in pray for the twist of fate sufferer even if he was once instructed Piper used to be lifeless. Miraculously, Piper got here again to lifestyles, and the excitement of heaven used to be changed through a protracted and painful restoration. For years Don Piper stored his heavenly event to himself. ultimately, family and friends confident him to proportion his extraordinary 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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The other thing that stands out in my memory is that she had false teeth舒which she didn舗t wear often. Yet when she smiled at me in heaven, her teeth sparkled. I knew they were her own, and when she smiled, it was the most beautiful smile I had ever seen. Then I noticed something else舒she wasn舗t slumped over. She stood strong and upright, and the wrinkles had been erased from her face. I have no idea what age she was, and I didn舗t even think about that. As I stared at her beaming face, I sensed that age has no meaning in heaven.
You舗re our first patient,舡 the attendant said as we drove away. 舡 舠You舗re the first person to ever ride in this ambulance,舡 he said. 舠We舗re going to take you to Houston. 舡 the driver asked the attendant who sat next to me. 舡 the driver asked again. 舠Put the pedal to the metal! 舡 Before we started the trip, I still had felt no pain. I was in and out of consciousness. I felt weightless, as if my mind had no connection with my body. However, about ten minutes down the road, a slight throbbing began.
Before they were ready to move me. They checked for a pulse once again. I was still dead. Above: Don舗s Ford Escort after the accident. The roof was removed to extract Don and was laid back on top after the car arrived at the wrecking yard. Below: The accident scene. The state law said they had to pronounce me dead officially before they could remove my body from the scene of the accident. Unless they declared me dead, an ambulance would have to transport my body to a hospital. That county didn舗t have a coroner, but I learned later that a justice of the peace could declare me dead, and then they could remove my body.
90 Minutes in Heaven: A True Story of Death and Life by Don Piper, Cecil Murphey