I Saw The Glories of Heaven
On December 23, 1966, eighteen-year-old Gary Wood was driving with his younger sister Sue along a dark street in their hometown. They were heading home singing Christmas songs when Sue spotted an illegally-parked tow truck sticking out into their lane of traffic. Her scream pierced the night only a moment before the car crashed headlong into the obstruction. In the accident, Gary suffered a mid-face injury with laryngeal fractures—his vocal cords and voice box were completely shattered. Doctors offered no hope that Gary would ever talk again. What the doctors didn't realize, however, was that in the aftermath of the accident, Gary was given the miraculous experience of spending twenty minutes in A Place Called Heaven. While there, Gary witnessed sights such as the city of heaven; the grand auditorium; the spare parts room; and the Throne Room, as well as his very own personal mansion. He was also given ten amazing signs regarding Christ's ultimate return. At the end of his time in heaven, Gary was commissioned to spend the rest of his time on earth telling his story and making Jesus real for people. God miraculously healed Gary and promised him that wherever he told his story, people would be saved, healed, and delivered. In the years that followed, Gary became a world-renowned evangelist, overcoming obstacles such as medical mysteries and the threats of unfriendly motorcycle gangs along the way, all while thanking God for his inspired life.