Uriel’s Gift by Edward Spellman is highly recommended for those exploring the meaning of life…
‘I died on the seventeenth of July 1996. Life became very interesting after that’… Edward Spellman.
A self-employed bricklayer, Edward was in a terrible accident just outside Canberra.
He suddenly found himself with Jesus, Archangel Uriel and a third presence looking down upon his body still strapped inside the wreck of his car.
They showed Edward why he was here in this life and how it connected to past and future lives, then they offered him a choice: stay with them or go back to fulfill his life’s mission and share his truth.
Edward chose to return and found that physically recovering from the accident was only the beginning.
Uriel’s Gift describes the discovery of life’s truest riches.
It is a moving, soulful account of what it means to be alive and participating in the development of the soul.
Testimonials for Uriel’s Gift
‘Five stars. Compelling and fascinating. Uriel’s Gift held me from the moment he died to the very last sentence where he embraced his new spiritual life’…Selina Shapland, Goodreads
‘Five stars. Really enjoyed reading about Edward’s journey and some of the truly amazing experiences he had along the way. Very inspirational book’…Lynne, Amazon
‘Confronting. At its core, it’s one human being’s journey through grief, loss and change, toward self discovery. It’s beautiful, challenging, funny and poignant. Whether you believe what the author is telling you or not, there are gems of wisdom inside’…Jarryd, Amazon
‘I couldn’t put this down. I read it over two days… I loved it, although I recognise it won’t be for everyone because of its references to Jesus. I highly recommend Uriel’s Gift as well-written, thought-provoking, and easy-to-read’… Full Review.Carolyn Martinez, Author Finding Love Again.
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