Foreword Review — Nov / Dec 2000
A young woman sees an exquisite sorrow and longing through the eyes of a man residing in a shelter; she suddenly realizes she has seen the eyes of Jesus, changing her life’s direction. A man saw his grammar school in a soft, celestial luminosity and heard the words “Dreams may fade, but God is always near.” This vision helped him readjust his view of life as more than only accomplishments.
Eddie Ensley, who has studied visions for more than forty years, provides stories of people that have changed their life’s direction in Visions: The Soul’s Path to the Sacred. He writes about all aspects of visions from how they arrive to interpretation and how they are beyond words and logic “because we are touching the great mystery of who we are.”