In a Split Second

In a Split Second : An Almost Near Death Experience.

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Roberta's mother went to the hospital and two months later died while still in the hospital. She never came home. The family suffered grief and loss. The family deeply affected by this abrupt change within in their lives became somewhat irrational as many families do in times of stress and crisis. When Roberta returned to her home town to try to work through her mothers final personal belongings, her life was changed in a split second. While driving to the family home, Roberta heard what she knew could only be a gun shot; but she didn't know that such a terrifying scream could leave her body. Shock took over her being and she was out of touch with reality around her. She was looking for her heavenly escort from this world to the next. She noticed that the window in her car was missing as a soft breath of air touched her face. In the midst of shock and what seemed like hearing loss, Roberta heard a soft, gentle voice: "pull over, pull over." Pull over? Was she still driving? Yes, there is the bridge that spans over the major highway. Who drove over that? Me? In a Split Second was written as inspiration for others by sharing an "almost" near death experience and how it changed Roberta's life forever. How often do we go through our busy lives missing so much that God has to offer? Why do we wait for something of a crisis to become aware of God always with us? Why don't we take the time to care about our gifts from God? In a Split Seconds confronts us with these challenging questions as we all struggle to stay in touch with the One who created more

Product details

  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.1mm | 213.19g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507894600
  • 9781507894606

About Roberta Gail Byram

Roberta Byram lives in Apex, North Carolina with her husband. She has fifteen grandchildren who are all ranges of age and personality, and she considers herself a most blessed grandmother. She spent over 20 years in the semiconductor industry (hardware) and traveled to Mexico and Europe. She then entered ministry and served 17 years as a United Methodist pastor in North Carolina. She entered college at age 43 (North Carolina Wesleyan College) and earned a degree in Business Administration, and when she was 50, she entered graduate school (Duke Divinity School, Duke University) and earned a Master of Divinity at age 53. Roberta loves learning and is a life-long learner! She was born and raised in Ohio about 40 miles southwest of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has lived in south Georgia, Atlanta, Dallas, and now Raleigh, North Carolina. Roberta retired early to enjoy life, her grandchildren, writing, and photography. She has a website: http: // where you can see her photographic work and read her blog. She knows these are her glory days! Every day is new and filled with wonder! She can also be found on: Fine Art America Linked IN Pinterest Twittershow more