In Episode 3 of Project Afterlife, a patient goes to a nearby hospital for a routine procedure. When an infection is found, this surgery turns into a nightmare, leading to an unexpected death. During a 45 minute period, this man saw a river, separating two worlds. To his left, restless souls cried out for help. On his right, peace, joy and love is displayed. Before facing judgment, relatives wrestled with God until his soul was resurrected through prayer.
I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved. They will come in and go out, and find pasture, John 10:9.
Near death experiences are nothing new. However, now books are being replaced by you tubes, pod casts and testimonies of those who died momentarily. As time seems to stand still, individuals recount vivid encounters of heaven. In this realm, science is replaced by faith. Though some may embellish to get attention, too many people have had similar experiences which point to another life after this world is through.
The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full, John 10:10.
Perhaps reflecting on this present life may provide insight and direction in the future. Leaders of the past have proclaimed life is what you make it. To an extent this is true, but this doesn’t explain countless souls who are restless, searching for the meaning to life. Better to ponder now than after your life is gone. Therefore, as you meander through good and bad times, ask Jesus to help you find an abundant life, void of restless souls.
by Jay Mankus