Four Minutes in Eternity
Still stuck in the seatbelt, he hit the window so hard, it fractured his elbow and the glass. As the water started to seep and then rush in, Dillon Sanders pretty much knew he'd made a bad mistake.
Dillon Sanders dies that day, and it changes his life forever. When he awakens in the hospital, he finds he's had the most extraordinary experience. But no one can claim to talk to Jesus himself and stay out of the limelight. Months later, with the press trying to slander him, strangers trying to copy him, and his own wife skeptical of what he really experienced, Dillon decides to see a psychologist. What transpires then is nothing less than fate as Dillon struggles to salvage his marriage, find peace with himself, and confront a desperate man who holds innocent lives in his hands.
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