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Return from Tomorrow by George G. Ritchie
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Apr 04, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: religious
Read in April, 2010

Interesting; incredible; rings true. I don't usually read life after death books because the really weird is mixed up so much with what may be actual or inspired (I've skimmed a few). However, Ritchie told the story straight forward without much embellishment. He wanted to die to be back with Christ, then began to see Christ in the eyes of those around him. Recognized Christ's spirit. Three degrees in the afterlife, but he didn't get but a far away glance at the brightest, and does not believe he got a glimpse of hell. I recognized Elizabeth Sherrill as the one who helped Corrie Ten Boom write "The Hiding Place." I know she's been involvedwith other religious books (but can't remember which).

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