Glimpses of Heaven: True Stories of Hope and Peace at the End of Life's Journey

Glimpses of Heaven: True Stories of Hope and Peace at the End of Life's Journey

by Trudy RN Harris, John Burke

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Overview

Drawn from her decades of experience as a hospice nurse, Trudy Harris shares stories that offer an incredible glimpse at what lies beyond this world—ethereal music, colors that did not exist on earth, angels, and loved ones who have gone on before. She has been with hundreds of patients as they took their last breaths and knows the kinds of questions that both the dying and their loved ones ask: What happens when we die? What should I say to a loved one who is dying? How can I make a dying friend feel safe? The stories she shares will bring the reader comfort and peace even amidst pain.

Tender, heartbreaking, and eye-opening, this expanded edition of the New York Times bestseller offers more incredible windows into the world beyond and life after death.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493406296
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/14/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 408,318
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Trudy Harris, RN, is the New York Times bestselling author of Glimpses of Heaven and More Glimpses of Heaven, a former hospice nurse, and former president of the Hospice Foundation for Caring. Since retirement, Harris remains active in connecting the needs of terminally ill and dying people in her community with the hospice program she knows can best meet their need.

Table of Contents

Foreword 12

Acknowledgments 14

Introduction 17

Daddy "Martin said it's time to go" 21

Mary Anne "Why did God let me live longer than the doctors said I would?" 27

Grandfather "Who is the man standing down by the water?" 32

Frank "My son is here with me now; he said it's time to go" 37

Brian "You know I love you so much" 39

Gloria "I'm going to go now; bye-bye" 43

Joshua "You mean I don't have to stay, Peter?" 46

Sally "He wanted her to see herself as beautiful one last time" 49

Alex "I am ready to meet my Commander now" 52

Elliott "Unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground" 55

Dolly "Heal the brokenhearted, bring comfort to those in pain" 58

Henry "I felt the Holy Spirit nudge me in a way I had never experienced before" 61

Jack "I can see the tapestry of my life" 65

Karla "It is not good for man to be alone" 69

Marian "I have never known my mother to have such peace and calm" 73

Gerald and Mary "Walk on into heaven now, Jesus is waiting for you" 76

Jackson "Do you know how much God loves you?" 80

Hank "You didn't tell me, did you? How did you keep it a secret?" 82

Merideth "I can't die until I see Walter" 85

Ralph "My wife always wanted me to go to church with her, but I didn't. Just stubborn, I guess" 87

Carl "Soon you will be with Jesus in heaven" 91

Louis "He doesn't look like Daddy anymore" 94

Delia "You'll come to me when it's my time; I'll depend on you" 98

Krista "She loved him as deeply as Mary loved Jesus" 101

Robin "Love must be like this, and it must be good" 105

Tim "I have my peace now, Trudy" 110

Jess "I think he sees Jesus" 116

Johnny "But suppose I just don't believe in Him, what then?" 120

Father Jack "Yes, I remember you well" 124

Richard "What should I tell her? What will I say?" 128

Zach "He knows, he knows" 132

Eileen "Is it true that only Catholics can pray with Catholics?" 134

William "Can you stop by for a cup of coffee this morning?" 137

Lorrain "Every year in February one yellow rose blooms" 143

Joel "This is where God really lives" 145

Sam "He looked at her with about as much love as I have ever seen in one man's eyes" 148

Madeleine "Oh, ma mère" 150

Hannah "OK, I'm going; don't rush me" 155

Frederick "If I saw Jesus like you did, would I cry too?" 158

Aunt Helen "George, do you know a priest who will come to see me?" 162

Diane "What would you think if I told you that God has chosen to heal my soul and my spirit but not my body?" 166

Grandmother "The tail boat is here" 172

Mommy "George, take me to John now, please" 182

Maureen "Mommy is sitting on the foot of my bed right now" 192

Conclusion 203

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