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By Don Piper, Cecil Murphey

90 mins in Heaven is the runaway bestseller approximately one man's event with demise and existence. As Baptist minister Don Piper drove domestic from a convention, his motor vehicle collided with a semi-truck that had crossed into his lane. Piper used to be said lifeless on the scene. For the following ninety mins, he skilled the glories of heaven, the place he used to be greeted via those that had prompted 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 coincidence sufferer although 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 via a protracted and painful restoration. For years Don Piper stored his heavenly event to himself. eventually, family and friends confident him to proportion his awesome tale. An inspiring and inspiring account, 90 mins in Heaven keeps to the touch and luxury thousands of individuals all over the world because it bargains a glimpse of inexpressible heavenly bliss.

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Although no longer used, the bridge is still there. ) I drove at about fifty miles an hour because it was, for me, uncharted territory. I braced my shoulders against the chill inside the car. The wind made the morning seem even colder than it was. The steady rain had turned into a cloudburst. I would be happy to finally reach Alvin again. , just before I cleared the east end of the bridge, an eighteen-wheeler driven by an inmate, a trusty at the Texas Department of Corrections, weaved across the center line and hit my car head-on.

Likewise, the Knight Agency舗s Deidre Knight舗s belief in this project is much appreciated. And Dr. Vicki Crumpton of Baker Publishing Group is a person I have grown to admire. Her dedication to seeing this story in print is cherished. I want to thank the staff of both Memorial Hermann Medical Center舗s Trauma Unit and St. Luke舗s Episcopal Hospital in Houston for their devotion to the healing arts. Special thanks to Dr. Thomas Greider, my orthopedic surgeon since that fateful night of January 18, 1989.

Mine are more flashbacks of the sounds than the sights. As I舗ve pondered the meaning of the memory of the music, it seems curious. I would have expected the most memorable experience to be something I had seen or the physical embrace of a loved one. Yet above everything else, I cherish those sounds, and at times I think, I can舗t wait to hear them again舒in person. It舗s what I look forward to. I want to see everybody, but I know I舗ll be with them forever. I want to experience everything heaven offers, but most of all, I want to hear those never-ending songs again.

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