Through The Eyes of the Watchman by Rev. Justin E. Garner Jr
Visions, Dreams and Spiritual Travels from the Front Lines

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"This book is about a dimension spoken of in the Bible, but often ignored by Western churches. It will appeal most to readers who are open to the possibility of, or are curious about the spiritual realm."
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When God shows me dreams or visions, I know I am seeing them through my spiritual eyes. Things look like a very detailed movie. The images appear in a very high definition 2D. However brief, it is burned into my memory in full color and clarity. When I see spiritual beings, I see their forms in a different way than their surroundings, so I know I am still here. What happened to me when I was seventeen was an experience so different from anything that I had witnessed that it would change my life forever. Like Paul said, whether in my body or out of my body, I do not know. Only God knows.

What I can tell you is that I saw, felt, and smelled everything. It was a place that can only be described as heaven.

 

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Published July 1, 2015 by WestBow Press. 138 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction
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"This book is about a dimension spoken of in the Bible, but often ignored by Western churches. It will appeal most to readers who are open to the possibility of, or are curious about the spiritual realm."

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