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Jim Davis has witnessed life after death. On July 6, 1997, eleven days after his appendix ruptured, life threatening toxins rushed through his body attacking his vital organs. As Jim's body shut down, he would embark on a journey only the dead could imagine.
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  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: Jim Davis, Publishing (September 2000)
  • ISBN-10: 0970219210
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970219213
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.1 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,292,041 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Donna L. Coleman on October 27, 2000
Format: Paperback
I met Jim Davis at his first lecture on this book. He is a gentle, soft-spoken man. He looks glowingly healthy and he appears much younger than his plus sixty years. I was awestruck with every word that he spoke. I read his book immediately upon returning home. In the first few chapters of Did I Really Die?, Mr. Davis tells his life story. He has experienced more than his share of hardships: an alcoholic father, his own alcoholism and three divorces. He eventually joined Alcoholics Anonymous. In the middle part of the book, he describes some spiritual experiences in which one of his AA sponsors guided him through while Jim was in a meditative state. The next to last chapter describes his near death experience and what he saw beyond death. The last chapter explains an unusual "side effect" of that experience.
Jim Davis had been allowed to survive a medical condition of which less than 3% of sufferers survive. He was sent back to life on earth with a purpose to tell of his near death experience. His story includes elements that I had never heard from other near death stories. Writing this book was part of his purpose. Jesus told Mr. Davis to tell this story of his near death experience and "all seeking understanding would find it...on whatever level suited them." I am totally convinced of the truth of his story. I feel as if I now have the answers to questions that have puzzled much of mankind through the centuries. My life will never be the same. There is a great peace and comfort in the insight that Mr. Davis provides in this book. Read this book and allow his words to guide you to a peaceful understanding of whatever questions for which you are seeking answers.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Book Review on February 9, 2001
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With a wealth of unknown factors and unproven theories about death, many people fear it because they believe it will be the end of their personal existence. Others believe that when their mortal life ends their fate is the hands of someone else as to whether or not they lived a life worthy of passage into heaven. With few exceptions, people who have experienced a near death event, return to their physical form with a refreshed perspective on life. They have acquired a new hope, a deeper understanding of true happiness, a renewed appreciation for life, and posses an enhanced knowledge. Author Jim Davids is one of those who have witnessed life after death. His journey to a sublime paradise where pain, hate, or unsettled feelings simply did not exist. Highly recommended reading for students of metaphysics, spirituality, the meaning of life, and experiences with an afterlife, Did I Really Die? is a detailed and informative account of his near death experience and what he discovered as a consequence.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Philip A. Prichard on January 29, 2003
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I experienced a wonderful Dream 2001-02-04. My father who died in Dec. 1990, came to me in a dream. I dreamt I was in our old house in Wheeling, WV. Dad came in the room and indicated he had returned from a trip. He started talking. He was looking for a book, one of his books and couldn't find it. I asked which book and he said it was his Jim Davis book. We couldn't find it and Dad had to leave so I told Dad I would try and find it.
When I awoke I told my wife about the dream and then went on line to find at Amazon.com what book it might have been. Right away I found books on Garfield, by Jim Davis. I felt certain that wasn't what the dream was about. Then I found this book "Did I Really Die?" by Jim Davis and about Jim Davis. I read the review and felt sure this was the right one. I ordered the book and read it and feel more certain.
My father was a Presbyterian Minister, and the dream was on a Sunday morning. Dad has been in other dreams, and at times with encouragements. This book does not exactly reflect Dad's way of expressing religions matters, when he was with us, but the overall Tolerance and Love certainly seem like Dad.
I am a VietNam Infantry Vet, a church elder, a professional, communicty leader, etc. etc. At times, I have expericned ESP and other message dreams. Planned to post this earlier but I've been so busy I feel like I'm juggleing cats. (Got that from a funny skit on TV)
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 29, 2001
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I have read numerous near-death books and I've got to say this was one of the most UN-believable of them all. I can't believe I wasted my time and money on this con. He talked with Adam? Adam and Eve didn't have children? Jesus talked and laughed with him? Oh please do give me a break!
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