It was in the house on Mons Road in Pretoria, South Africa where I had my out-of-body experience, when I was about 9 years old. It seemed to be a vision or dream of heaven, God's heaven. But it seemed so real that it was more than just a dream. I do not remember if it was before or after my belief and confession in Yeshua. I wish I could remember all the details of the scene and conversations.

This is what happened. I left my body, and my spirit went through the roof, heavenward, God-ward. The real me - in spirit/soul form - saw my body sleeping as I was leaving my body. Going upward, I found myself being carried by an angel and I landed in the heaven of God's throne. Heaven was a grassy, green place with slightly rolling hills and trees, like earth. People were sitting around talking, etc. It was sunny. Then I was shown a treasure chest and the angel said, ‘This is your life.’ It was like this was the angel saying that my life was filled with gems and precious stones, because that is what was in the chest. Yeshua (Jesus) was sitting there and he hugged me and told me he loved me. Then an angel swung me through hell, showing me where I would have ended up. As I was about to leave heaven, I was facing the throne of God (Elohim) and all his angels and happy people were surrounding him. I left heaven still facing them, and as they got smaller they were waving goodbye but rejoicing just because they were there, and glad to be there.

When I woke up in the morning I told my Dad and he got very excited. He told me to write it all down. In my ‘dream’ I was told to give a message to my parents. The message involved encouragement and admonishment for my parents. I relayed to my Dad that he must not worry about putting the money down for some type of payment. He was amazed about my insight and knowledge, because he said I had told him things that morning about things I had no way of knowing about. 

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