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by Betty Malz


Betty Malz (1929-2012) was the author of ten books, including My Glimpse of Eternity, which has sold more than 750,000 copies.

Betty Malz (1929-2012) was the author of ten books, including My Glimpse of Eternity, which has sold more than 750,000 copies. Following her death experience, Betty spent the next 53 years sharing her testimony through writing and speaking, always with great joy and a deep love for Jesus.

Betty Malz (1929-2012) was the author of ten books, including My Glimpse of Eternity, which has sold more than 750,000 copies

Betty Malz (1929-2012) was the author of ten books, including My Glimpse of Eternity, which has sold more than 750,000 copies. Библиографические данные. My Glimpse of Eternity.

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7 quotes from Betty Malz: 'St. Augustine referred to the restlessness in every human being that is satisfied only in Go., 'God often does the extraordinary through the ordinary. It seems that his Mysteries are revealed more fully through the simple and trusting hearts that walk with him every da., and 'God pays all bills He authorizes. When we take chances on our own, in ministry or business or finances, we take a risk.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. My Glimpse of Eternity - Betty Malz. The transition was serene and peaceful. I was walking up a beautiful green hill. It was steep, but my leg motion was effortless and a deep ecstasy flooded my body.

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Almost thirty minutes later she returned to her body-to the amazement of her grieving family and the stunned hospital personnel.

In her book, My Glimpse of Eternity, Betty describes her experience on the other side and how she returned to her body to the stunned amazement of her grieving father and hospital personnel

In her book, My Glimpse of Eternity, Betty describes her experience on the other side and how she returned to her body to the stunned amazement of her grieving father and hospital personnel. Her book is the story of how God dealt with a proud, materialistic, controlling woman who had to die to learn how to live. The following is an excerpt from her book describing her near-death experience.

In this bestselling, beloved true story, twenty-seven-year-old Betty Malz was pronounced dead. Almost thirty minutes later she returned to her body--to the amazement of her grieving family and the stunned hospital personnel.This is her amazing account of what she saw, felt, and heard on the other side of the dividing wall that we call death. And it's the moving, real-life story of how God changed a young mom who had to die to learn how to live.
MOQ
I have often read books about the afterlife. Some people don't experience it the way Betty Malz has. After her appendix ruptured, gangrene spread throughout her organs. She died for a half-hour or so earth time. Her experience was beautiful and encouraging. But why do people have bad experiences in the afterlife and others have loving experiences?

Betty Malz was brought up in a religious family. And as an adult she thought about Jesus everyday; I'm almost tempted to say, every minute. It verges on fanaticism, in my opinion. Which makes me believe you experience what you believe in when you die. Betty experienced Jesus and beautiful colors and her guardian angel. Voices sang in 5 or more-part harmony.

She was given a choice -- to return to her family or to stay with Jesus. She began to think of her husband and suddenly she was transported back into her body. So did she decide or did Jesus send her back? And not only did she come back to her family but she was completely healed. Because of Betty's strong religious faith she had a great experience. But what happens to other people who don't bother with belief?

This book is important as a record of life after death and can lead one to seek other people's stories about coming back from the dead. I believe Betty saw a rich reality. We should all be so lucky.
Mall
I knew the writer and her aunt use to go to the church where we lived in FL. Also Betty and her husband were Pastors in the church in Dunedin, Fl
Really beautiful testimony of her experience.
Kirizius
Since my youngest son passed away on the 1st March this year, I needed to refresh my memory about Life after Death. Hence I started to read a lot about it again. Again, because my first encounter with such books were in the 1980's.
This book, as many other similar by individular authers, contains a large body of information that does not necessary deal with what they experienced in Heaven. However, I read with an open mind and enjoyed the book.
Androlhala
At the title I expected a little more description of heaven. Well I got to chapter 6 before the author pulls back the curtain to tell of its wonders.
The rest of the book is a good read about overcoming sickness and obsticels with Gods help. Betty gives wonderful scriptures to support her faith. I really enjoyed reading how a simple Word of encouragement or scriptures can literally mean life or death to a person.
If you want a book all about Heaven This is not it.
If you want an encouraging book about real life with real people sustained by God's Word This is it.
My favorite part was when Betty told of the 12 foot high pearly gates! I was wondering if anyone else had seen those...
Mbon
Everyone I have given this book to says it's one of the best books they've ever read. Given and loaned tons of these through the years … especially good for people who are going through something hard or who have lost someone.

One guy who had lost his mother and had read many books on life after life said this one was one of his favorites. Am always recommending this book to people.
Majin
It was wonderful to return to the 60's in this incredible book, re-experiencing them through the eyes of this smart, sensible, honest woman who had such an extraordinary experience. Reared by non-religious parents myself, my own experience of these years was as different from the author's as could be imagined, yet I had absolutely no doubt whatsoever of the veracity of the her story, and in fact marveled at her humility and courage. This spell-binding book is one of the most powerful testimonies I have ever read of the reality of Christ.
Dodo
Back in the '70 I met Betty. She was speaking at Christian Women's Club in Northwest Houston and the next week came to the subdivision where I was living at the time. A lady had invited her to come speak to us personally. It was an experience I'll never forget. Someone borrowed my signed copy and did not return it so I have finally replaced the book to share with others. I recommend it to everyone who is interested in "what happens when we go to our heavenly home.
This is an older book that tells of a woman named Betty who dies and sees a glimpse of heaven for about 20 minutes. It changed her from a nominal Christian who was materialistic and selfish to change her life. It also helped her husband to hear her experience as he faced death. Betty also makes peace with her mother-in-law. A very good read to help you take stock of your life and how ready you are to die.
My Glimpse of Eternity ebook
Author:
Betty Malz
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Leaders & Notable People
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Publisher:
Fleming H. Revell Company; 1st edition (June 27, 1977)
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125 pages
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4.1
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