By Kenneth E. Hagin
From Kenneth Hagin Ministries
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Granny Drake's account (she was 70 years of age then) was that she came running behind Momma. She tried to run through that glory and bounced off of it like you'd bounce off of a rubber ball. Then she backed up halfway across the dining room and made another run at it, and bounced off again. She backed all the way across the dining room, backed up against the wall, ran across the room, and couldn't get through the open door. "Then she was almost overcome, so she hung onto the door frame and said, 'Why, Lillie, I can't see!
I knew I was outside of my body. I could see my family in the room, but I couldn't contact them. I had it in my mind to say goodbye to Momma, Granny, and my little brother, but I leaped out of my body before I could get the words out fully. I began to descend—down, down, into a pit, like you'd go down into a well, cavern, or cave. I did not know that my physical voice picked that up. As I was trying to say goodbye, I knew I was going down into that place. " And I continued to descend. I went down feet first—down, down, down, down.
I said, "Granny, I'm going again. " We four children went to live with different kinfolk when our mother became ill. I went to live with my grandmother on my mother's side of the family. " So I kissed her on the cheek and said goodbye. My heart stopped for the second time. It's almost as real to me today, over half a century later, as it was that day. I could feel the blood cease to circulate. The tips of my toes went numb—then my feet, ankles, knees, hips, stomach, and heart. I leaped out of my body and began to descend: down, down, down, down.