Following her "New York Times "bestselling "Glimpses of Heaven," Trudy Harris has collected even more true stories of the tender beauty and pain of life's end. Through her own stories and those of medical professionals and hospice workers, Harris brings readers with her on the search for God, forgiveness, faith, repentance, and ultimate acceptance and peace. The perfect gift for someone who has experienced the death of a loved one, "More Glimpses of Heaven" will bring peace and comfort to all who read it.
Trudy Harris has written another outstanding read to the follow-up of her first book Glimpses of Heaven. If you cherish the first book as much as I do, you will not feel any different about the second. This book has an interesting new twist, she reached out to other medical professionals voicing their stories along with her own. The prose is exemplary without a single flaw. Trudy writes about death in such a special way that it pulls at your emotions yet not negatively. Yes, it is sad that people are dying but, she portrays death in such a beautiful manner it is enlightening to the reader.
Whereas, this is a faith-based book it does not focus on any one religion, it instead tells of all the different ways that God brings an individual into his kingdom and the fact that it is different for every soul. Therefore, as each person is different so is their relationship with the Lord and as they are getting ready to pass on to the next phase of our souls journey a lot of individuals have something that is holding them back from passing and this is when Trudy comes into play by figuring out what will help this dying person let go. Children are so special since they are not afraid of dying, they sometimes are more worried about how their parents will handle their death. There are people who have something that is not quite right in the life they are to leave behind or with their relationship with God and with the help of a hospice professional or Trudy herself they help the sick individual get to the place where they can let go of this world. I must mention that the dying tells us such amazing things about heaven such as what they see or who they see. After you read this book you will no longer be afraid of death plus remember heaven is all around us.
“I will never forsake you or abandon you” (Heb. 13:5)
This is a video from her first book but, I think it applies here also