IANDS Utah meeting for Friday, October 28th, 2016

The speaker for Friday October 28, 2016 will be David Chevalier. On Friday the 13th of November in 1981, on the way to the funeral of a friend who had been killed in an auto accident, David Chevalier stopped at his grandmother’s house to say “hi.”  David’s uncle was living there too.  The uncle had a lifelong drinking problem, was drunk, and immediately began to argue with David.

When David told him to leave the room he left, but came right back with a single shot, shot-gun, pointed it at David, and pulled the trigger.  David’s uncle then reloaded and tried to shoot David again.  David fended off the uncle with a chair and the uncle fled.

David said a prayer, called 911, and soon a detective with a drawn .357 magnum and two paramedics arrived.  The detective went after the uncle and the paramedics worked on David.

After an ambulance trip to Mercy Hospital, David required an eight-hour surgery, after which more internal bleeding was discovered and another surgery ensued.

David’s heart stopped.  At this point, David describes, “I saw my Savior standing next to the side-rail of my bed, as plain as anything.  He helped me heal and showed me things.  He then conveyed the idea we are waiting for his second coming, the resurrection and the redemption.

David rarely speaks about his experience.  Come hear it in detail, this Friday.

The October 28th IANDS meeting will begin at 7PM in the Salt Lake County Commission hearing room in the north building of the County Government Center located at 2001 South State, SLC.   We meet the fourth Friday of each month except December.  Bring a friend as meetings are free of charge.

About IANDS Utah

The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) is devoted exclusively to providing information about near-death and related experiences to experiencers, researchers, educators, health care providers, and the interested public. IANDS Utah has a three-fold purpose: (1) To facilitate and foster greater acceptance and understanding of near-death experiences; (2) To advance, encourage and promote research and study of near-death experiences; (3) To provide information, guidance, comfort, care and other assistance to those concerned with terminal illness, death, disability, disease and related issues.
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