Myth No MoreWhy must God judge His enemies and make things right?
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Richard L. Madison was involved in a head-on collision on April 13, 1986. The leading trauma physician at Vanderbilt University Hospital pronounced Richard dead-on-arrival. Injuries included a torn aorta artery, ruptured spleen, a broken neck, hip, ribs, and a crushed foot. He remained on life-support machines for 27 days. Richard had what he called an out-of-body experience, and an encounter with God. Then he sat up out of the coma. Infections and swelling disappeared, and he walked out of a wheel chair 10 weeks later. He was also set free from drugs and alcohol. Jesus gave Richard several dreams and visions. Rick Madison is now a full-time evangelist who travels the world telling his remarkable story.