Return From Tomorrow
In 1977, at age 20, George Ritchie died in a US Army hospital. Nine minutes later, he returned to life. What happened to him during that time changed his life forever. This is the extraordinary account of Ritchie's encounters with...
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In 1977, at age 20, George Ritchie died in a US Army hospital. Nine minutes later, he returned to life. What happened to him during that time changed his life forever. This is the extraordinary account of Ritchie's encounters with the Son of God at the very door of eternity.
At the age of twenty, George Ritchie died in an Army hospital. Nine minutes later, he returned to life. What happened to him during those minutes was so compelling that it changed his life forever. In Return from Tomorrow, Ritchie tells of his transforming encounter with the Son of God, who led him to encounters with other nonphysical beings at the very doorway of eternity. Ritchie??'s extraordinary experience not only altered his view of eternity, but it has also altered the lives of hundreds of thousands of readers. One of the most startling and hopeful descriptions of the realm beyond, this classic will inspire readers from all walks of life. It includes a brand-new preface from Elizabeth Sherrill.
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.