Mankind's ultimate questions are answered. Are we worthy? Are we ready?
"The day I died, witnessed heaven, and spoke with God Almighty was the best day of my life."
On a pleasant fall day in 2013, Rod Travis, a retired Atlanta police captain, encounters two miracles that will ultimately alter the lives of every being on earth. Jon Huna recruits Rod with revelations, cryptic promises, and deals too good to be true--more like ranting presented by a pleasant messenger. In Seven Fish Tree, nothing will ever be the same for either man. Rod initially anticipates financial gains from the purchase of a miracle. Jon expects his promised reward for the conclusion of his works, which have spanned centuries. Neither man will receive what they expect as they embark upon the greatest mission in the history of the world. As the clock ticks, both men work tirelessly to assemble a team that must assist ushering mankind to the miracles, but possibly to their deaths. Apocalyptic? Prophecy? Preordained? Beware of the questions asked; for the first time, they will be answered. Can mankind handle the ultimate truths? Time may tell.
A retired Atlanta Police Department Captain has a near death experience and takes the reader to heaven multiple times. There is life after death and paradise awaits us all. Does heaven exist? Is there an afterlife? Most certainly it does and there is. Our souls are eternal; they do survive forever. Heaven is for real. The retired Atlanta Police captain reported, "The day I died, witnessed heaven, and spoke with God Almighty was the best day of my life." What is the meaning of life? Who really knows what dreams may come. Miracles do happen. Was it a sleep apnea event or more like a flatliner's NDE, near death experience that caused his ascension to heaven multiple times that faith filled night. The father, the son, and the holy ghost awaited.