Monday, February 20, 2023

Book Review: Return From Tomorrow

About the Book:

The True Story of an Uncharted Journey Through the Afterlife.

As a world war raged around him, a young soldier named George Ritchie barely comprehended his own death as he left the physical world--only to return minutes later. Yet in the space between death and coming back to life, he experienced eternity.

In this riveting true story, Dr. George Ritchie shares some of the most stunning and detailed descriptions of life after death. You'll encounter other non-physical beings, travel through different dimensions of time and space, and discover a series of worlds--some hellish in their separation from life, some glorious in their heavenly brilliance. But most amazingly, you'll witness his transformational meeting with the Light of the world, the Son of God.

Hailed as one of the most amazing visions of the afterlife ever recorded, Ritchie's experience forever changed the course of his life and his understanding of the realm beyond our own--and it can do the same for you.

Read an excerpt from Return From Tomorrow at:

My Thoughts:

I read Return From Tomorrow by Dr. George G. Ritchie with Elizabeth Sherill in a single sitting. The book is short, but fascinating. Some of Dr. Ritchie’s experiences correlate to other return-to-life accounts I’ve read, but his happened earlier (in the 1940s). As powerful as Dr. Ritchie’s visions were, my main takeaway from them all was the immense, undeniable love of Jesus Christ. Reading his testimony greatly encouraged me.

I also absorbed Dr. Ritchie’s wise words as he related his post-experience mistakes and the lessons learned: the necessity of loving others well and following one’s call in life. There are many books on those topics, but Dr. Ritchie’s message felt personal and resonated with me.

I absolutely loved Return From Tomorrow by Dr. George G. Ritchie with Elizabeth Sherill and recommend this inspirational book to everyone, Christian or not. Five stars.


Disclosure of Material Connection: I was provided a copy of this book by the author or publisher. All opinions in this review are my own.

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