A Glimpse Of Eternity Trailer

A Glimpse Of Eternity Trailer (1982)

"We don't know when our end will be —Are You Ready?" 11 August 1982 52 mins

A Glimpse of Eternity" by Ian McCormack We don't know when our end will be —Are You Ready? This DVD is definitely an eye opening preview of the suddenness of death, reality of hell and the mercy of God for a praying mother. After you watch this DVD you will be compelled to share it with others. Parents, Adults, Teenagers, you can't afford NOT to watch this! I have taken a high quality "A Glimpse of Eternity" testimony in windows media, converted and created this DVD to play in most DVD players. The DVD is approximately 1 hour long. This is a reenactment of what had happened to Ian and a round table interview after the reenactment. This DVD is a real-life testimonial experience of what this man endured during his real-life visit to Hell and then Heaven! "My sincere hope is that this testimony is the closest you will ever come to experiencing hell for yourself."

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Australia 11 August 1982

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