When Nancy Grigg first started experiencing Biblical visions, she wrote them down and hid the writings under her pillow. Now, 14 years after her initial vision, Grigg is publishing a book.
â€œI kept it secret for a long time, and I just feel like God didnâ€™t want me to keep that secret,â€ she said.
â€œThe Truth From Godâ€ was published in December by Xlibris, a strategic partner of Random House Venutres, LLC. The book is a record of Griggâ€™s visions, all of which involve Biblical scenes and people.
She and her husband, Donald, hope the book shows how God interacts with everyday people.
â€œHe still communicates with people, not necessarily with someone who is head of the church or the pope,â€ said Donald Grigg. â€œIt could be a common housewife or someone who didnâ€™t expect this to happen to them, which Nancy didnâ€™t.â€
When the first vision came, she had no idea what was happening to her. She said she was surprised, awe filled and isolated.
â€œAt that time, she didnâ€™t go out and tell everyone about it, or talk about it,â€ said Donald Grigg. â€œIt was just something that was happening to her.â€
For years, Grigg says the visions came day and night. Whenever they happened, she would feel like she was in a scene from the Bible.
She remembers the colors of prophetsâ€™ beards, the texture of walls and the hem of Jesusâ€™ robe.
â€œI was in those visions,â€ she said. â€œI was either in the sky looking down on the vision or down looking up.â€
Her descriptions of the visions have met with some skepticism. She insists that God communicates through people today, just as He did in Biblical times.
â€œHeâ€™s still the God he used to be,â€ she said.
Despite over a decade of silence, Nancy Grigg feels ready to share her story with the world.
â€œGod told me to write down what Iâ€™d seen,â€ she said. â€œI thought it wouldnâ€™t be for me to keep for myself, so I put it in a book for others.â€
The book is available at barnesandnoble.com and Xlibris.comby Sarah Grano