In this recorded account of near-death experiences, we learn about the miracles of the millennium, the return of the Ten Tribes, the building of the New Jerusalem and temple, and many other astonishing events long prophesied in scripture but never before described in such vivid detail. Visions of Glory is a mesmerizing and fascinating read that you will not be able to put down.
Now with all-new narration by Rick Gines and an updated biography by Terri Pontius.
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Don't beleive it
I thought I was liking the book reading the first few chapters but as it went on it became more delusional. "Spencer" sets himself up to be the Savior in many ways and elevates himself above prophets and apostles. Plus it is just unreasonable to think God would reveal this kind of information to someone and create chaos if in fact it were true because people would be fighting for the "red ticket". God is a God of order, disseminating this kind of information would create chaos and we are taught there are proper channels. I wanted to like it at first but the more I read the more sick it made me. It is convenient for the man who had these experiences to be anonymous so there is no way anyone could "verify" or dispel his story.
- Sue "LookingForLight"