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A woman woke up from a 27-minute coma, then she wrote a spine-chilling message. Before we begin, do us a favor and click that like button, also subscribe to our Channel and click the notification bell to be inspired by these heartwarming stories every day.

Lucky are those who have been able to go back from the afterlife. Shortly after 27 minutes of unconsciousness, Tina Hines is finally coming around in the hospital. Her husband, Brian, is convinced that the heart attack the mom had just suffered almost killed her. In fact, it was touch-and-go as to whether or not she would wake up again.

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Then Tina requests a pen and paper, and what she scribbles down after being on the verge of death is enough to give anyone goosebumps.

Long before the incident happened, the two were college sweethearts. Having first met each other at California’s Biola University where they’d share two classes. From there, Brian and Tina’s relationship progressed quickly and seemingly with ease too. They eventually got married, and Tina and Brian would go on to have four children before settling in Phoenix, Arizona. It was at the Hines’ home in the city that the couple’s world almost shattered.

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It was just like any normal Monday, Brian told Phoenix’s American Heart Association, the day the couple had been out for a hike before Jeff called in to see them. Then, shortly after the Hines’ friend had arrived at their home, disaster struck. When I got to their home, Tina and I were standing shoulder to shoulder one second, Jeff later recalled. The next second, Tina had fallen virtually straight face forward into the rocks.

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Realizing that something was seriously wrong, he yelled out to Brian to call 911. The emergency call handler told Brian that Tina needed chest compressions. Describing what happened next, Brian said to Phoenix’s American Heart Association, Jeff immediately, because I’m talking to the 911 operator, he started to push down on Tina’s chest. Neither one of us had any kind of training at all.

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Given the physical effort that CPR can require, however, Jeff soon tired. Ultimately, then, it fell to a distraught Brian to save Tina’s life. He continued pushing as hard as he could until the fire service personnel arrived at the scene. They took Brian’s place, insisting Tina.

Now, all the concerned husband could do was watch on as the firefighters tried to save his wife’s life. In all, the crew gave Tina five electric shocks on the way to the hospital in a desperate bid to kick-start her heart. According to firefighter Joe Sandman, it was Brian’s actions that had prevented Tina from dying on the sidewalk outside her home in that desperate moment. The husband and father turned to God, recalling his prayers. Brian claimed that he had tried to make a deal with God.

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I told God that if he gave me Tina back, then he could take anything else, Brian said. He could take all of our cars, he could take all my stuff. I don’t need that stuff. I needed Tina.

And it seemed that Brian’s prayers may have paid off. After he had arrived at the hospital, a doctor told him that his wife was alive. For Brian, then, Tina’s survival was nothing short of a miracle. Indeed, he truly believed that God had granted him his wish.

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But while his wife was unconscious, she had witnessed something that she went on to report to her spouse. As Tina laid lifeless for 27 minutes, she believes that she had a so-called afterlife experience, and the Arizona mom isn’t the first person to claim to have seen something beyond this realm while on the cusp of death.

Some individuals who have since been brought back to life have reported observing bright lights or frightening creatures during their periods of unconsciousness, for example. So, as Tina was revived time and time again by emergency services, little did her distraught husband know that she too was having one of those afterlife experiences.

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The first who would learn of the matter, in fact, was when Tina came around and was seemingly in a hurry to pass on a message to her surrounding family members. Incapable of being able to voice her thoughts out loud and intubated, Tina was handed a pen and paper to help her communicate. Then, in an almost unintelligible scrawl, she simply wrote, “It’s real.”

Confused, her family members asked Tina what she was referring to, and in response, she pointed upwards, signifying heaven. As the emotion of the occasion overcame her, for Tina, there’s little doubt that what she saw that day was a little piece of heaven.

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Referring to the number of times she was resuscitated following her heart attack, like many other accounts of afterlife experiences, Tina also included light. “It was bright yellow, so it was almost like that vision of the sun,” she told Good Morning Arizona. And it was within those golden rays that Tina claims Jesus had stood.

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Furthermore, Tina’s vision has made both her and Brian convinced that it was God’s will to save her, and the couple has discovered a new appreciation of life as a result. That isn’t the only way in which Tina and Brian’s lives have changed in the wake of the heart attack, either.

Now, both are also spokespeople for the American Heart Association. And if that wasn’t enough, the couple has found viral fame too as a consequence of Tina’s apparent afterlife experience. The couple acknowledged that others had also helped in the bid to save Tina’s life. Consequently, the couple made sure

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to visit the 911 call handler, as well as the firefighters who assisted on that fateful day.

As they deemed it important to thank each individual person. At least one member of the emergency crew who helped Tina after her heart attack also believed that a higher power had intervened to ensure her survival. “It’s one of those calls that none of us will ever forget,” one of the firefighters told Good Morning Arizona. “I was a witness to a miracle, is the way I look at it.”

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Yet, for Tina, at least, there was one more person to whom she had to pay tribute for saving her life: her husband of three decades. After all, it was Brian who had administered the CPR that kept Tina’s heart moving. His grateful wife told Phoenix’s American Heart Association, “In those few moments, if I was on my own, everything could have been different.”

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  1. David Tunje

    August 9, 2023 at 4:25 am

    In some African customs and traditions, your father can not sleep in either of the rooms.Your girl friend is like a daughter in law to him. He can’t sleep on her bed. Your bed is also out of bounds, it’s like your matrimonial bed. You have made love with your girlfriend on it. It’s an abomination.You did not plan well. Your girlfriend was right.

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