After reading about an Iron Station womanâ€™s Biblical visions, a California woman hopped in her car and headed for Lincoln County.
She showed up at Nancy Griggâ€™s doorstep, ready to see the little church built in the Griggsâ€™ backyard and hear more about her book â€œThe Truth From God.â€
â€œShe wanted to know what happened to me and how God came into my life and how He changes people through that â€” the visions and dreams,â€ Grigg said. â€œOh, she was so excited, and we had a good long talk.â€
This is the most extreme attention Grigg has received since publishing her book this year. Prior to its publication, Grigg rarely spoke of the visions she had, let alone receive visitors from other states to discuss them.
â€œI kept it hid for a long time,â€ she said.
In her book, Grigg writes about visions she started receiving 14 years ago â€” all of them placing her into scenes in the Bible. She describes the colors of prophetâ€™s beards, the texture of walls and the hem of Jesusâ€™ robe.
Since writing the book, Grigg says sheâ€™s received positive responses from most people. If anyone feels skeptical, they havenâ€™t said so to her.
As for the woman who trekked across the country to meet her, Grigg couldnâ€™t believe her book had reached someone so far away.
â€œI was in amazement,â€ she said. â€œThat was just wonderful.â€
â€œThe Truth From Godâ€ is available at Lighthouse Christian Bookstore in Lincolnton and on the Internet at barnesandnoble.com and Xlibris.com.by Sarah Grano