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Old 08-05-2011, 04:24 PM
 
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Don Piper says he remembers music that was "beyond spectacular" and aromas he'd never smelled before. His grandfather was there to greet him warmly, as dozens of others who had died in years past stood before him in front of a magnificent gate.

Piper, an ordained Baptist minister, insists it was no dream: He visited heaven, he said, and chronicled his experience in the New York Times bestseller, "90 Minutes in Heaven."

Describing Heaven: Pastor Don Piper, Pronounced Dead, Says He Was There - ABC News
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Old 08-05-2011, 05:43 PM
 
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My Sunday school teacher says he had a dream/vision of Hell, it was pretty horrible. IDK if all these visions and "dead" revelations are true. if you read Theselonians those Christians thought that people had to resurrect because there was no way to experience anything without a body. For example, they would say this man was mistaken. Alot of Christians also think that having visions is not very Christians as that is what the pagans used to have.
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