90 Minutes in Heaven Themes

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Many people offer up prayers in times of great need. For some people, stressful moments are the only times they pray despite claiming a strong faith. Other people find themselves so overwhelmed by tragedy and feelings of frustration that such a thing could happen to them that they turn away from prayer. Don Piper experiences both aspects of prayer throughout his recovery.

Dick Onerecker is the first to begin praying for Don's recovery. Dick's prayers are astounding considering he is praying for a dead man. Not only is Dick praying for a deceased man, he is praying that the dead man will not have any internal or head injuries. Dick's belief in God is so strong that he does not hesitate or question the voice that tells him to pray for the injuries of a corpse. Dick's faithfulness is rewarded when Don returns from heaven...

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