Rush of Heaven by Ema McKinley

Rush Of Heaven: One Woman’s Miraculous Encounter with Jesus
By Ema McKinley with Cheryl Ricker / Zondervan

Eighteen years after a tragic workplace accident, “crooked lady” Ema McKinley_140_245_Book.1391.cover, who doctors believed would never again rise from her wheelchair, experienced an extraordinary healing when Jesus appeared in her room on Christmas Eve. This miraculous encounter is more than an inspiring, compelling story that will capture your attention. It is an unforgetable rush of truth that will open your heart to find lasting joy and peace, no matter what you’re going through. You will see your life from a new hope-filled perspective. Hardcover.

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Rush of Heaven is an amazing true story of a woman who experiences a severe case of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) after an unfortunate accident at her place of work. How she handles each day and moment through this disease is amazing in itself. Rather than becoming bitter she is a positive encouragement to all. I cannot even begin to imagine the pain, discomfort, frustration, and agony she felt throughout this disease.

I deal with agonizing sharp pain in my lower back sometimes on a daily basis. Even my pain is not as terrible as Ema’s pain was with her disease. She constantly is showing how she leans upon God and trusts Him through each new circumstance. There are Biblical verses and references throughout the telling of this true story. Rush of Heaven has shown me a new way to approach God and trust in Him.

I highly recommend Rush of Heaven to all!


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