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A Light on the Path : A Journey Home
by William Clark




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We have news reporters to cover the White House, The United Nations, and correspondents who cover national and international news. We don't have anyone to cover heaven. The Apostle John was given a vision of heaven and wrote about it. The Apostle Paul saw the third heaven, but he wasn't allowed to talk about it; that was 2,000 years ago.

The world is now changing drastically, and my friend, Anderson McCollister, is right in the middle of the changes. Anderson is an unpretentious family man, who wouldn't have the faintest desire to have a story written about him. However, I believe his story should be recorded and shared.

Anderson is the most conscientious person I know. He is compassionate and somewhat idealistic; he wants the best for everyone I've known him, since he moved from Indiana to retire in Tennessee. He and his wife, Ruth, bought a house and land in Sevier County over twenty years ago.

Some people don't believe the story about Anderson; however, many people reject the stories in the Bible. Anderson's experiences were told to me by his sister, Lydia, and his best friend, Kenny, from Maggie Valley, North Carolina. When I first heard about Anderson, it took a while for my finite brain to process the phenomena.

I finally realized that the incredible report did make sense; largely, because I'm living in a fast-changing world (and it isn't getting better). Just a few months after my community and the rest of the world started drastically changing, I believe Anderson got caught up in the middle of those changes.

I was told that Anderson had some serious concerns about his sister, daughter and his best friend. I know that Anderson is a man of prayer, and I believe God heard his prayers. One day I would like to see Anderson again, and hear him tell about what happened. Fortunately, you can read the story for yourself, and determine the veracity of Anderson's journeys.

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Overview

We have news reporters to cover the White House, The United Nations, and correspondents who cover national and international news. We don't have anyone to cover heaven. The Apostle John was given a vision of heaven and wrote about it. The Apostle Paul saw the third heaven, but he wasn't allowed to talk about it; that was 2,000 years ago.

The world is now changing drastically, and my friend, Anderson McCollister, is right in the middle of the changes. Anderson is an unpretentious family man, who wouldn't have the faintest desire to have a story written about him. However, I believe his story should be recorded and shared.

Anderson is the most conscientious person I know. He is compassionate and somewhat idealistic; he wants the best for everyone I've known him, since he moved from Indiana to retire in Tennessee. He and his wife, Ruth, bought a house and land in Sevier County over twenty years ago.

Some people don't believe the story about Anderson; however, many people reject the stories in the Bible. Anderson's experiences were told to me by his sister, Lydia, and his best friend, Kenny, from Maggie Valley, North Carolina. When I first heard about Anderson, it took a while for my finite brain to process the phenomena.

I finally realized that the incredible report did make sense; largely, because I'm living in a fast-changing world (and it isn't getting better). Just a few months after my community and the rest of the world started drastically changing, I believe Anderson got caught up in the middle of those changes.

I was told that Anderson had some serious concerns about his sister, daughter and his best friend. I know that Anderson is a man of prayer, and I believe God heard his prayers. One day I would like to see Anderson again, and hear him tell about what happened. Fortunately, you can read the story for yourself, and determine the veracity of Anderson's journeys.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781946478856
  • ISBN-10: 1946478857
  • Publisher: Parson's Porch
  • Publish Date: October 2018
  • Page Count: 202
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.51 x 0.43 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.53 pounds


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