Is there an afterlife? These videos helped me realise that there is, in fact, conclusive evidence of an afterlife.
A short video describing a renowned cardiac surgeon’s experience with a patient on the operating table.
Dr Lloyd Rudy completed his medical internship and residency at the University of San Francisco Medical Center. He was then called to serve as a physician in Vietnam, earning the rank of Captain in the U.S. Army. He saved the lives of countless soldiers under his care in his M.A.S.H. unit. Upon returning from the war, Lloyd became a Board Certified Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeon and taught and researched at the University of San Francisco Medical School, and later as Dean of the heart program at the University of Georgia School of Medicine.
Lloyd was the youngest member of the first heart transplant team at Stanford University. Lloyd entered private practice in Spokane, WA as a heart and lung surgeon. He was a pioneer in quantifying surgical procedures that led to drastically increasing the survival rate of heart patients. The national and world-wide attention resulting from the procedures led to an appearance on the 60 Minutes television show and speaking engagements around the world.
After practicing medicine for decades at Sacred Heart and Deaconess Hospitals in Spokane, and showing a special bedside manner, compassion, and humor for his patients, he was called to Great Falls, MT to start a heart surgery program there so patients in Montana would not have to travel to Spokane for surgery. A grateful group of patients established the Dr. Lloyd Rudy Jr. Fan Club and a day in August has been dedicated as Dr. Lloyd Rudy day by the governor in Montana.
What if there is an afterlife?
Who goes on holiday before doing research? Who buys a car before test driving it? That would be foolishness.
Life is exactly the same, the question is this: Do you have a relationship with God? Perhaps you don’t think you need one but I guarantee that you do: And here is why.
Orthopaedic surgeon’s story: