During His Near Death Experience, He Encountered His Deceased Grandmother

During His Near Death Experience, He Encountered His Deceased Grandmother

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This Podcast Guest is Matthew Amico. Matthew had a near death experience in which he encountered his deceased grandmother and a further getting. Through his NDE experience the being informed him that this is his 3rd time remaining in this article.

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  1. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 KJV, Jesus Christ is the only way..

  2. The purpose of this life is to love God and love your neighbor as yourself.

    Thankfully we aren't saved by loving God but rather because He first loved us and gave Himself for us.

    Jesus is Lord God Almighty clothed in unfallen humanity and He is the author of eternal life to all who trust Him alone for salvation.

    Jesus paid for all the sins of all the world at the cross (past, present, and future). That payment is put to your account when you have believed on Christ alone for salvation.

    The only reason anyone will ever be in Heaven is solely by the shed blood, death, burial,and resurrection, of Jesus Christ alone.

    Anything added or subtracted from this is another gospel.

    Our good works, repenting of sins, and obedience, are solely for rewards in Heaven or a lack thereof and have absolutely nothing to do with salvation at all.

  3. His innocence is what is most striking to me. He speaks from the heart.

    At the end of the interview, he said very few have such experiences. I would disagree.

    I never had an NDE, but I have had metaphysical, or supernatural experiences. I sense this is more prevalent than we are led to believe.

    When I was around 6, around 1965, a dark, shadow-like humanoid form stood at the threshold of my bedroom. I could not produce sound to scream for my little brother to awaken or for my parents to hear me. Then it approached, as if on wheels, no gait. Petrified, I hid under the covers. About 30 seconds later, I peered, and it was gone. This could have been the result of my eyes adjusting to the obscurity, or of an overactive imagination. All I can say is that it appeared real to me at the time.

    From boyhood through when I was 18, four or five times I heard my name called, as clear to me as any human being calling my name, Michael! However, there was never any physical being around during each of these incidents. This one I cannot attribute to imagination because I heard it while awake, in daytime hours. This was a real voice. This has never recurred since that last time in 1978 on Anderson AFB in Guam.

    Around 1994, 35 years of age, I was sleeping, and I was awakened by a sensation of being pulled at my feet. Alarmed, I physically stirred and expressed panic through my voice, and it ceased.

    Around 2004, I returned to my condo in the afternoon, and what greeted me was surprising but pleasant. As I entered, the scent of my grandmother's apartment was unmistakable.

    The possible explanation for the final two examples, my friend had spoken to me about astral projection, Sylvia Brown had said that those who have passed will leave pennies, play with electrical fixtures, leave scents and the like.

    They all are quite convincing when the experience is occurring. I put it out there to hear what others have to say who may have more experience, thus more insight into such things.

  4. I have a family member who is bipolar and the medication has often caused memory loss so I hate to see that deficiency lumped into the entire NDE package of symptoms. One thing I have also guessed is that folks who have NDEs might be more psychic than average because many people are declared dead but do not revive to so many precise NDE memories. It isn’t universal to have NDEs during dying. Totally separate from NDEs is hardships with medications controlling bipolar mood states. It is also typical for bipolar people to abuse substances as an effort to control moods.

  5. As a paramedic, I love watching these accounts from people who aren’t in the medical field. The fact that he accurately described a laryngoscope blade without knowing what it was is all the proof the doctor needed to know this wasn’t just a “vivid dream”. Bless this guy!

  6. Interesting interview. He said he had a hard life and some of those childhood experiences could have been escapism but I believe his NDE was a real experience. It sounds like he came back with "motivation" that he didn't have before. Good for him.

  7. Another great interview. Matt comes across as a very genuine human being. The story of his best friend that no one remembers is fascinating. I think Matt should write down his dreams and perhaps store them in a vault for future reference. It could be proof that he is seeing the future xx

  8. Would like to thank Matthew for this raw and heartfelt sharing. How he managed to turn things around in his life after the NDE is truly inspiring. Matthew is divinely supported throughout all the challenges and one can sense that he is on a mission and that he will fulfil it. All the best, Matthew!