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

de Trudy Harris

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A former hospice nurse gives an intimate look at the final thoughts, words and vision of terminally ill and dying people.
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This is a glorious book. It is about Trudy Harris who is a Hospice nurse. Trudy is an amazing person. She spends time with dying people to comfort them physically by keeping them out of pain but also spiritually about what will happen at the patients lasts moments. You might think why read about people dying? For one reason how beautiful it is when life comes full circle and you go back home to God. When you read the book you get a close look at all the amazing ways God comforts the dying and how peaceful God makes it for us. Mrs. Harris has the most remarkable way of making the reader not fear death anymore instead be excited about what the second part of your souls journey will be. The book tells of all kinds of amazing spiritual experiences such as angels, seeing loved ones that had already passed, hearing angelic choirs and a whole lot more. It does not matter what your faith this is a must read! AMEN...

"There is no such thing as time. Dying is like walking from the living room into the dining room, there are no beginnings or endings" ~ Trudy Harris. ( )
  THCForPain | May 27, 2016 |
Tracy is a hospice nurse that has experienced many,many people who are actively going through the dying process - from three year olds to elderly adults suffering with cancer. All of them appear to be met by someone they know from "the other side." No one dies alone. A comfort for anyone who has recently lost or is in the process of losing a loved one. ( )
  berthashaver | Mar 28, 2014 |
I lost my 100-year-old Mother last year and this book has given me peace and comfort. I often wondered about a 'dream' my Mother told me she had less than a year before her passing. Reading this book cleared up my thoughts about her dream and I know now that it was not a dream.

Trudy Harris worked as a devoted hospice nurse for many years and tells us about some of her experiences with dying patients. The relates how people say they feel, requests they make, and what they envision and say at the end. She was able to bring them peace as they neared death. A devout Christian, Ms. Harris shares her own beliefs and how many dying patients found comfort by sharing their beliefs with her.

I found this book to be inspiring and informational about our final transition. ( )
  pegmcdaniel | Mar 27, 2014 |
stories of dying by an evangelical Christian author. Some touching tales. ( )
  njcur | Feb 13, 2014 |
Trudy's vignettes are beautifully written and we are there with her as she shares the final journeys of patients and family members. This is a book that could provide a great deal of comfort to friends and family members as they share the final days of a loved one. Highly Recommended! ( )
  Sandra305 | Apr 21, 2010 |
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