An author has revealed an experience that she had two decades ago that absolutely proved to her that there is an afterlife.
Author Theresa Cheung recently penned an op-ed for The Daily Mail explaining that an experience with a mysterious voice led her to this conclusion — a voice that she believes came from her deceased mother.
“I believe there must be an afterlife as, otherwise, I would be dead,” Cheung wrote. “Twenty years ago, I was in my car, heading to a junction behind a lorry indicating left. I planned to turn left, too, until a voice told me to move to the right and change lanes.”
She said that the voice was her mother, though her mom had died a few years earlier. Either way, in that moment, she obeyed — and she believes that the voice’s prompt saved her life.
“If I had turned left, you wouldn’t be reading this now, because I would have driven into a pile-up that claimed the lives of three people in cars directly behind the lorry,” she wrote. “To this day, I can’t explain that voice, other than that it must have been my mother guiding me from Heaven. It proved to me there is an afterlife.”
As Faithwire previously reported, there are scores of people with similar stories as well as claims involving people who say that they nearly died and visited heaven or saw visions of Jesus.
For instance, police officer Tyler Beddoes has openly discussed how a mysterious voice led him and other cops to rescue a little baby after they discovered an overturned car in frigid waters back in 2015.
“We all heard an adult female voice, which was a calm voice saying, ‘Help me, help me,’” Beddoes said. “This voice really guided us to the car and gave us hope that whoever was calling out was alive.”
What they found, though, was a deceased woman and a baby who was alive, but couldn’t talk; the source of that voice has never been determined, though Beddoes believes it was divine in nature.
Also, consider the Burpo family, who captivated the world when father Todd Burpo published “Heaven Is For Real” back in 2010, a book that details his son Colton’s near-death experience that included a purported visit to heaven and a conversation with Jesus.
Listen to him speak about that experience below:
There’s also Dr. Mary Neal, who recently shared her fascinating experience with Faithwire of purportedly dying and visiting heaven — an event that left the once-skeptical doctor with a totally transformed perspective.
Hear her story below:
What do you think about these experiences?