Watch a video From the author of the multimillion-selling bestselling, 90 Minutes in Heaven, spiritual instructions for living and preparing for eternal life.
Since publishing his inspirational bestseller in 2004, Don Piper has traveled the world spreading his message of faith--certain faith--in the promise of Heaven. In Heaven is Real, Piper shared how life's trials can be turned into spiritual lessons, when we are open to the certainty of God's grace and love.
Now, in his first new book in four years, Piper draws on his own firsthand experiences with the joys of Heaven--as well as the lessons found in the Gospel--to offer a set of "departing instructions," helping readers face the inevitable battles ahead, prepare for eternal life, and, starting today, live a happy, fulfilling, purposeful life on Earth while preparing for the glories of Heaven.
Now in paperback-from the authors of the phenomenal bestseller 90 Minutes in Heaven Don Piper continues his message of hope and faith with this book of devotionals for those who want to experience joy and contentment daily.
With 90 readings, this unique collection directly addresses the everyday hardships everyone endures, offering solace and guidance to help people lead happier, more virtuous lives-and help them find serenity in dealing with life, trials such as physical illness, the loss of a job, the death of a loved one, and even their own mortality.
Daily Devotions shares Don Piper's message of love, forgiveness, and redemption-and the unique wisdom he has gained by glimpsing what awaits people in the next life.
So how should we spend our time on Earth? Don Piper, the Minister of Hope who spent 90 minutes in Heaven, brings us God's message.
Hope for the here and now from the multimillion-selling author of 90 Minutes in Heaven.
Millions believe in Heaven. Don Piper's been there. He was pronounced dead after a car accident on January 18, 1989. Ninety minutes later, Piper came back to life with an extraordinary story. His 90 Minutes in Heaven has strengthened the faith of countless people.
When Piper returned to this life, he had a long road back to health, dealing with painful treatments and physical disabilities-the "new normal," as Piper calls it. Still, he had been transformed spiritually and this allowed him not only to cope with his suffering, but to transcend it. Piper found purpose in his pain, he found the message in the mess, and so can anyone else who embraces God's grace in the here and now-as well as the Hereafter.
Don Piper did not return from Heaven alone-he brought the gift of hope back with him. Those who read Heaven Is Real can use what he learned to live the lives God has called them to live.