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One man's astonishing walk through the doorway of death
When a young soldier named George Ritchie landed in an Army hospital with pneumonia, he had no idea of the uncharted journey he was about to take. Days later, barely comprehending his own death, he stepped out of the physical world and entered eternity.
In this riveting and detailed story, Ritchie describes a series of "worlds" he visited--some hellish in their separation from life, some glorious in their heavenly brilliance. But overshadowing all was his longing to stay in the blazing presence of Jesus.
Stunning and memorable descriptions make this one of the most amazing accounts of life after death ever written. This glimpse into the realm beyond can change forever your understanding of the world beyond our own.
George G. Ritchie has served as president of the Richmond Academy of General Practice; chairman of the Department of Psychiatry of Towers Hospital; and founder and president of the Universal Youth Corps, Inc. He lives in Virginia.
About the Author
George G. Ritchie has held positions as president of the Richmond Academy of General Practice; chairman of the Department of Psychiatry of Towers Hospital; and founder and president of the Universal Youth Corps, Inc. He lives in Virginia.
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In the year after his NDE, he's understandably angry or depressed that he wasn't allowed to stay on the Other Side. How that is turned around for him or how he turns that around and transcends his despair is what made this book remarkable and inspiring to me. It has made a big difference in my life. Although I never died and went to the Other Side, I have spent significant time looking back and longing for a beautiful era in my life that ended long ago. As a result, I've wasted untold amounts of time feeling sad, depressed and alienated. When I read the part of the book where the author has an epiphany and pulls out of his darkness, I had one too -- and I haven't looked back since.
Thank you George C. Ritchie!!
I myself years ago in my teenage years witnessed a man dressed in a white robe but with no face. His head was like a ball of light and he was everything George describes in this book !
If this book were to be made a film one day for the world to see ! I would really hope the parts of Wild Bill are included in the film because there is so much hate in the world currently in 2018.
Wild Bill saw it first hand and he learned to forgive those that were full of hate and he easily could have let it overtake him and fill his heart with vengeance but choose a harder path and forgive those and have compassion for them.
It’s easy to hate but it’s harder to Love and that’s why so many of us are blind to see Christ.