To Heaven and Back: A Doctor's Extraordinary Account of Her Death, Heaven, Angels, and Life Again: A True Story - Chapters 16 through 18 Summary & Analysis

Mary C. Neal M.D.
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Chapters 16 through 18 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 16: Clarity of Vision

The next day, Mary was more alert but noticed that her vision was blurry. She tried to read the Bible but she had trouble reading it. She was able to read "Rejoice always" and "Pray without ceasing" both in Thessalonians. She became inspired and thought about the concept of prayer. She had always prayed for guidance and help from God which was perfectly acceptable. However, what she learned from her experience and recovery was the power of people praying for others. Her vision remained blurry for several more days.

Chapter 17: Conversing with an Angel

Mary spent many hours trying to determine what God's will was - where he was trying to take her. What was the purpose of the accident and ordeal she was going through? While she was trapped in her kayak, she had...

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