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Return from Tomorrow by [Ritchie, George G., Sherrill, Elizabeth]
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At the age of twenty, George Ritchie died in an army hospital. Nine minutes later, he returned to life. What happened to him during those minutes was so compelling, it changed his life forever.
In Return from Tomorrow, he tells of his out-of-the-body encounter with other nonphysical beings, his travel through different dimensions of time and space, and ultimately, his transforming meeting with the Light of the world, the Son of God.
Ritchie's amazing experience not only altered his view of eternity-it has since directed and governed his entire life. One of the most startling and hopeful descriptions of the realm beyond, Return from Tomorrow may change your life for the better, too!

About the Author

George G. Ritchie has held positions as president of the Richmond Academy of General Practice; chairman of the Department of Psychiatry of Towers Hospital; and founder and president of the Universal Youth Corps, Inc. He lives in Virginia.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 258 KB
  • Print Length: 145 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 080079432X
  • Publisher: Chosen Books; Anv edition (1 Sept. 2007)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B856974
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 84 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,137 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Where the last guy was coming from (sounded like "fear" to me), I don't know, but this book did more to RESTORE my faith than any other I've ever read....
It's a "quick read" (2-3 hours), but it affects you for the rest of your life....
I've read it twice.... The first time, it sounded too unbelievable and yet was compelling enough that I never forgot it.....
Several years later, after much spiritual growth, I read it again, and the truth of it rang loudly within me.... I thought the experience he related "too detailed" the first time.... But I since read much about "near death" experiences and learned that a large percent of people who have an experience have one just as detailed as George Ritchie's -- and many of the details closely match his own account....
Give it a read and see what YOU think.....
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I never tire of reading this account of George Ritchie's and am grateful he took the time to commit it for publishing. Two life themes become evident - take personal responsibility for your behaviour and learn to love others. Achievements of service and love are the measure of life's success once out of mortality, an uncomfortable reminder that what passes for success in the world has no currency out of it. This book has become a tool for me with which to reflect and try to adjust my thoughts and actions, it keeps my conscience bright and sharp.
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This is a fascinating look at a Near Death Experience which changed a man's life. Ritchie to all intents and purposes died, and then was resuscitated nine minutes later.

One of the most enjoyable things about this book is Ritchie's personal modesty with regards to his story. At no point did I feel I was being told what to believe about what had happened to him - he simply tells of his experiences with an engaging simplicity and openness.

I think the problem with NDEs and books about them is that they are taken to "prove" or to tell us something concrete about life after death. This book does not attempt to do that.

I was strongly reminded of C. S. Lewis's "The Great Divorce" by much of what Ritchie recollected. It was fascinating and sometimes horrifying to read.

I don't think Ritchie's story "proves" anything, but the story itself, and Ritchie's changed life afterwards, should give food for thought to anyone who is willing to come to the book with an open mind. Overall, interesting, and a book that has stayed with me over the months since I read it.
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This is the true story of how George Ritchie, now a medical doctor, died of pneumonia while in boot camp in Texas during World War II. Just before that happened, he'd been cleared to go to medical school in his home town of Richmond, Virginia.
When he died, he suddenly found himself speeding impossibly fast above the Texas landscape, faster than a plane could fly. (Even faster than planes can fly, today!) He was awed, and wondered how that could be, but didn't yet realize that he'd died. He paused in his headlong flight over a large city on a river, came to light on a sidewalk outside of a nightclub, and leaned against a guy wire... only to find that he passed right through it. To make matters worse, when he tried to talk to people, they ignored him. Sensing that the answer to all of this must be that he'd died, he willed himself into headlong flight back to his camp, so that he could find his body.
It took a lot of searching, but he finally found it in a small room, covered with a sheet. Not knowing what to do next, he suddenly found the room being filled with a wondrous light -- brighter than mortal eyes could possibly behold. A kind, but incredibly powerful male being at the center of the light spoke to him, saying, "You are in the presence of THE Son of God."
Jesus then proceeded to take him, step by step, on a tour of many of the aspects and facets of hell, and then heaven... far too detailed for me to deal with in this review. He was shown the fate of people who are unsaved, and of people who commit suicide. After showing George some of these horrors, Jesus then proceeds to show him the more heavenly aspects of the afterlife, including an approach to the Heavenly City itself, suspended in outer space.
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This is a short, fast-moving, true story about a doctor who developed pneumonia during the war and died. He was clinically dead for nine minutes and had some fascinating experiences before returning to his body, hence the title 'Return from Tomorrow'. As a result of his experience he became a committed Christian. An exciting read for anyone who wants to know if there's an afterlife.
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This is the true story of how George Ritchie, now a medical doctor, died of pneumonia while in boot camp in Texas during World War II. Just before that happened, he'd been cleared to go to medical school in his home town of Richmond, Virginia.
When he died, he suddenly found himself speeding impossibly fast above the Texas landscape, faster than a plane could fly. (Even faster than planes can fly, today!) He was awed, and wondered how that could be, but didn't yet realize that he'd died. He paused in his headlong flight over a large city on a river, came to light on a sidewalk outside of a nightclub, and leaned against a guy wire... only to find that he passed right through it. To make matters worse, when he tried to talk to people, they ignored him. Sensing that the answer to all of this must be that he'd died, he willed himself into headlong flight back to his camp, so that he could find his body.
It took a lot of searching, but he finally found it in a small room, covered with a sheet. Not knowing what to do next, he suddenly found the room being filled with a wondrous light -- brighter than mortal eyes could possibly behold. A kind, but incredibly powerful male being at the center of the light spoke to him, saying, "You are in the presence of THE Son of God."
Jesus then proceeded to take him, step by step, on a tour of many of the aspects and facets of hell, and then heaven... far too detailed for me to deal with in this review. He was shown the fate of people who are unsaved, and of people who commit suicide. After showing George some of these horrors, Jesus then proceeds to show him the more heavenly aspects of the afterlife, including an approach to the Heavenly City itself, suspended in outer space.
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