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Tom Sawyer: A Modern-Day Messenger from God: His Extraordinary Life and NDE

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• Shares Tom’s profound teachings on life, death, and unconditional love gained through his near-death experiences and direct encounter with the Light

• Includes more than 160 true and remarkable stories about Tom completing his mission to spread God’s Unconditional Love

• Details Tom’s death experiences and how in 2007, when he felt he had fulfilled his mission from God, he consciously left life on Earth

In the early evening of May 23, 1978, while making repairs under his pick-up truck full of firewood, the heavy truck crashed down on Tom Sawyer, crushing his chest flat. A 33-year-old Olympic-trained bike racer and mechanic, Tom was clinically dead. Fifteen minutes later, he came back to life, recounting his strange experience of going through a tunnel, having his life review, and meeting the Light.

Spiritually energized by this experience and endowed with supernatural abilities, Tom demonstrated repeatedly that the reality we believe in is an illusion, that walls are not necessarily barriers, severe health challenges can be healed in a moment, and it is possible to walk on water. During his death experience, Tom was charged by God with a three-part mission: teach that death does not exist, prevent nuclear war, and promote the Order of Melchizedek, in which he became a highly respected teacher.

Through more than 160 remarkable stories, Rev. Daniel Chesbro and Rev. James B. Erickson share Tom’s profound and enlightening insights on life, death, and Unconditional Love. The most complete and in-depth account of the life and teachings of Tom Sawyer, this book reveals Tom as a modern-day messenger of God who returned to life a powerful conduit of Unconditional Love, compelled to create positive change for humanity.



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