Wednesday, August 7, 2013

A Walk Through The Dark by Eva Piper            I got this book to review thinking  I  may not like it since it seemed to be just another out of the body experience tales, or so I thought. I was pleased to discover that I liked it. It surpassed my expectations..
            It is more the story of growth through suffering as experienced by a caretaker. This caretaker is the wife of Don Piper, the man who actually died and was brought back to life after ninety minutes through prayer.
            Do I have your attention now?
            Up until that day when the 18 wheeler smashed into the car Don Piper was driving, the roles were pretty standard. But from that day on the roles were changed. Eva had to be the one who made the decisions and the plans for the family. Her world was turned around. If it wasn’t for the support she got from her church family she may not have made it.
            I found her section on how to relate and talk to a caretaker- ask how are you doing? How can I help you? What do you need done—very instructive. I enjoyed  her advice to people who come to cheer up the caretaker. The section alone is worth the time spent reading the book.
            I would recommend this book for everyone to read before they have a time of darkness.
            I received this book free from BookSneeze to be reviewed. I was not required to give a positive review. The opinions expressed are those of the reviewer and not those of the publisher.
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A Walk Through the Dark: How My Husband's 90 Minutes in Heaven Deepened My Faith for a Lifetime

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