When Akiane (Pronounced AH-KEE-AHNA) Kramarik was four years old, she began telling her mother and family about her visits to Heaven. At the time, Akiane was not in pre-school, the family did not own a television in the household, and her family was atheist. Kramarik described Biblical people, places, and stories she never heard before. Her family, who never spoke of God at all, was appalled that and confused she she got all of this from.
At twelve years old, Akiane proved she was a prodigy by painting portraits depicting scenes of Heaven, people like the Blessed Virgin, and Jesus Christ (above) in stunning beauty.
In the novel "Heaven is For Real" by Todd Burpo, he tells the TRUE tale of his 3-year-old’s son’s near-death experience. In it, he tells the same tale of his son going into emergency surgery and then finding himself on the lap of Jesus. He also meets his unborn older sister, John the Baptist, Todd Burpo’s grandfather, angels, the blessed Mary, and sees the Devil himself. In it, however, Todd continually brings home pictures of Jesus and asking which one is most accurate. When Todd stumbled upon Akiane’s portrait, his son was appalled at how perfectly accurate the painting is. These two children, both of whom been to Heaven and back, who do not know each other or each other’s story, both agreed that this is the loving face of Jesus.
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