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I Died And God Showed Me My Grandpa | Near Death Experience | NDE

Mar 2023 16

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  1. #1

    No, I don't think she should blame her father; he did prop the freezer door open–but he should have told her not to go in there. Yes, I do believe her mother wanted her to die, at least momentarily, because we are telepathic out of body. Her mother has some splaining to do.

  2. #2

    💛🧡❤️💗💜💙💚 🤍 W🧍🏻‍♀️L

  3. #3

    I'm glad I've never had to experience an NDE! But my mother had somethin happen while she was younger! She was in a car wreck and she saw three figures! Two were either family or someone she knows! The third was blurred faced! That was her experience before blackin out!

  4. #4

    ❤❤I love these near death experiences. What a wonderful gift!

  5. #5

    Thank You Jesus✨🕊👆🏽

  6. #6

    I know that life goes on after death. I met my father 2 days after he died and he told me not to be sorry and that he would be with me always

  7. #7

    It takes a man with strong faith to believe that he will one day be rich and successful and at the same time wealth is not for everyone. I can say that I am rich and even if I wasn’t rich I would still be happy. If you plan on making YouTube videos take away the mindset of wanting to make money. I always tell people to document, don’t create. If YouTube doesn’t work for you try other things like crypto, NFT, Stocks and so on. If you need assistance in that I can help mail me. Bottom line, keep up that high faith,,

  8. #8

    I had NDEs too. My experiences are similar to what you describe. However, there is no way for me to go public with this as it cannot described with words.

  9. #9

    I believe she had the right to blame her father, he was negligent. Her feelings about her mother was probably right toy. We just know things sometimes…

  10. #10

    In the first NED, I am sure the girl's farther took it to his grave for leaving that freezer' door proped open. Sometimes men have a hard time to show emotion. And I really do not freel that her mother wished her daughter would of died. The mother probably had financial problems or some other problems that she couldn't she maternal love towards her daughter. Sounds like the girl was mor fond of her dad.
    Second NED. I think the girl was happy to see her grandfather that she did not get to grow up with. And she met his friends, that were veterans, and they told her about their lives. It is not always in a NDE that one gets to talk with others and find out about their experiences. And to hear that Jeasus told this woman, that he heard her grandmother's prayers. This is significant because we know that Jesus really hears our prayers.
    Very interesting, Lee, thank you, for your videos.

  11. #11

    At the time I believe she did have the right to blame him. Bcuz she didn't know what was going on and what happened. But I believe as time went on and learned about her experience she didn't continue to blame them she understood what exactly what happened to her. It wasn't his fault that she jumped in the refrigerator anyway. He didn't tell her to do it. And no matter of fact he's the one that found her. Actually either one that really did it seemed.!? THANKS.!

  12. #12

    I think Jane’s parents may have come from the generation where feelings and events weren’t talked about. If they don’t see any suffering in a child afterwards, why “pick at a scab.” My parents were like this and I now feel anger, like Jane does. However, I’m trying to see how they were raised and what could’ve contributed to that mindset.

    The second one is funny/odd in the way that He freaked a bunch of people out (even the nurses 😒) to give her a break, just so she could ask why she has to go back. I’d prob say “That’s not funny why would You do that to all of us?!” 😤

  13. #13

    Both not long enough with much more detail required. Sad waste of great opportunity for more information. Bless you all I love 👉 YOU 🙂

  14. #14

    I fully believe she met her grandfather! and it was so sad to hear about the one that got stuck in the freezer. I would be so sad if that happened to my niece or nephew. The pure terror of being stuck and no way out. No one should have to go through that.

  15. #15

    The second One Is so emotional 💖

  16. #16

    To have everlasting life you absolutely must trust in the person and finished work of Christ alone for salvation!

  17. #17

    1 Corinthians 15:1-4, Romans 4:4-7, Romans 3:23-25 Ephesians 1:13-14, Ephesians 4:28-30, Romans 10:9-13, Amen 🙏✝️🛐🩸

  18. #18

    I think that the parents of the girl who was trapped in the freezer were just terribly relieved that she was okay. They might have been preoccupied with their own feelings of guilt and fear that they could not see outside themselves even to their daughter. As evidenced by the father immediately taking the door off and the mother continuing with food preparation. They went into psychological "block" mode and the incidence might not have been talked about out of shame and guilt that it happened.
    The girl then, feeling abandoned first in the freezer, now by her parents listened to lies within her own head in order to cope with her distress. She also seems to have felt guilt for having gone into the freezer probably knowing it might be dangerous. So her way to deal with guilt was to blame her parents.
    Sad – that we dialogue in our heads and not hug each other in relief.

  19. #19

    Being a father myself, I believe that her father blamed himself plenty, for what occurred.
    It's unfortunate they never discussed this before he passed away. This would have helped them forge a closer relationship. She could have told him how much fear she was feeling. He could have told her how important she was to him, how much he loved her and how sorry he felt for not removing that freezer door.
    Young children filled with curiosity and play, often do not recognize a danger, when it exists.
    I hope she forgives her father. This will help her release the anger and fear.

  20. #20

    I believe that some people are given a gift from God to have a near death experience regardless of circumstances.You know that you don't die you leave..how do I know I had a NDE..

  21. #21

    I believe every single word of both. Unless anybody has an NDE themselves, there’s no way they could possibly truly understand. I had an NDE in 2020 where I drown in my own blood and was with father and Jesus in the ICU room. I believe every word!!

  22. #22

    2nd story is nonsense

  23. #23

    My daily fix of Lee's soothing voice. There's a saying "trust your gut instinct!" Maybe with the first one she is picking up on her mothers thoughts of life before kids and all that comes with them and running a household. Who hasn't thought "wow what happened to MY life" at some point? But wishing your child dead…no I don't think so, just wishing for some sort of life back again. The second one is very similar to others in that time does cease to exist. We run our lives here to a clock, how amazing will it be to leave time behind and dance only to the beat of your own drum. The thought we are being watched and cared for is very comforting, but what about rape and murder victims? Did God snooze? Sorry I don't buy that's good for their souls advancement, extreme trauma is good for nothing!

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  25. #25

    Finding out someones time of birth and date is not a big deal and easy to do … one thing about prophecy is that it can be changed … 🙂

  26. #26

    I totally relate to the first story. When I was 16-18 months old we were moving from our home and I crawled into the empty refrigerator and the door closed. Someone noticed my absence before I suffocated. I am my mothers least favorite child out of six! Oh well!

  27. #27

    I trusted in the Lord of Jesus Christ as my personal savior into my heart through faith alone, and not of works, by accepting his free gift of salvation, by his grace on February 16, 1996, each day, I confess sins to admit that sin is wrong, to receive Jesus Christ as your personal savior, please refer to John 3:16-18:36, 5:24, 6:47, 10:27-29, 14:6, Acts 2:38, 16:30-31, Luke 15:10, Roman's 3:23, 4:5, 6:23, 10:9-10:13, Ephesians 2:8-10, and Titus 3:5. God bless the world, and thank you for sharing this testimony.

  28. #28

    I don’t think it was her father’s fault she walked into the freezer. It was a mistake on both parts. I do think it’s very possible that her mother wishes she would have died, of course it could also be a result of her own insecurity. That’s something only her mother knows.

    Thank you for reading these. They always give me something more to consider and think about regarding life and the after life.

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