Miracles: And Visits from the Afterlife (BOK)

Edward Jeffries

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With breathtaking honesty, Edward Jeffries guides us through his failures and a sequence of miracles that changed his life. The first miracle happened when his neck was damaged in a car accident and then unexpectedly healed. Why me? he wondered, since his way of life had certainly earned no favours from God. His increasing addiction to alcohol caused the break-up of his second marriage.He had hurt a lot of people and landed himself in poverty. What a waste, after his first-class honours degree! Two kind neighbours took him to a healing service, but it did nothing to help. Things worsened further when his wife poured boiling water over him, spectactularly ending their marriage. His neighbours took him to another healing service, but Edward didn't move until everyone had left the chapel. He made his way to the front of the church, he hugged the rough wooden cross and spoke from the heart, declaring that he forgave his wife. From that moment on, he was a changed man. In that moment, his alcohol addition disappeared and never returned. This miracle was followed by more, and an unexpected gift; a new relationship with a clairvoyant lady. They later married and developed their spirituality together, frequently seeing visitors from the afterlife.Knowing that we continue to live after death has totally changed Edward's attitude towards life and other people. He would like to share these positive aspects of his life, before it is too late. Miracles is his story, both an autobiographical tale of his life and an account of what Edward believes is evidence of heaven, and the existence of life after death. The book will appeal to fans of autobiographies, as well as believers and non-believers in God and spirituality.


Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2013 Forfatter Edward Jeffries
Matador (Orca)
ISBN 9781780885636
Antall sider 144 Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Emner og form Psychic powers & psychic phenomena, Coping with drug & alcohol abuse, Autobiography: religious & spiritual