|Man Died of Brain Hemorrhage and Went to Heaven (Heaven Testimony) – Earthquake Kelley / Sid Roth|
Earthquake Curtis Kelley
Former heavyweight boxer Curtis “Earthquake” Kelley is founder and pastor of The Bridge of Deliverance International in Hollywood, California. He ministers internationally and is a popular conference speaker and anointed deliverance minister. He has appeared on TBN, Manna-fest and It’s Supernatural! with Sid Roth.
“It felt like a hundred volts hit me in the head and traveled down to my shoulders,” the author explains in his book. “The pain that followed felt like twenty men were punching me with their fists.” After Pastor Kelley’s book was released he was interviewed on Pastor Perry Stone’s television program, Manna-Fest.
Kelley was unaware that he was having a brain aneurysm, which according to the bishop, marks the last two hours to two weeks of your life. He was then rushed to the emergency room, but passed away in his hospital bed.
Heaven’s Golden Vessel then tells how Kelley remembers rising and looking at his dead body and traveling to Heaven. While in Heaven, Kelley speaks to his loved ones, including a visit with his murdered son, as well as a conversation with God himself. During this talk, the preacher receives a message to give to this generation, the reason he could not stay in the other realm.
“I cried, laughed and repented by the end of the book,” one reader commented, “I look forward to seeing my loved ones again with greater anticipation after reading this book. Bishop Earthquake, on behalf of this generation, thank you for bringing this word from Heaven.”
Bishop Earthquake Kelley, professional boxer and Hollywood pastor author of Heaven’s Golden Vessel, released by Word Harvest Books, a publisher dedicated to inspirational print. In this new book release, Bishop Earthquake shares his amazing story of seeing Heaven after a Brain Aneurysm.
“This is an exhilarating story about Heaven. As I read Bishop Earthquake’s account, I was transported to Heaven with him. I walked with him as he saw Heaven for the first time, I stood with him by the crystal river as he talked to his murdered son, and I listened with him as the Lord spoke and gave him a word for this generation. I cried, laughed and repented by the end of the book. I look forward to seeing my loved ones again with greater anticipation after reading this book. Bishop Earthquake, on behalf of this generation, thank you for bringing this word from Heaven,” said Dr. Jessica Davis, publisher of Word Harvest Books.
Bishop Earthquake Kelley is one of eleven children born in Stamford, Connecticut to Robert and Erma Jean Kelley. Earthquake’s Haitian father was a practitioner of voodoo, obeya, and hoodoo. Earthquake learned over one thousand witchcraft concepts. Bishop had a praying mother who would pray for Earthquake in the middle of the night. His father beat his mother many times for defending Earthquake with prayer from witchcraft. Earthquake thanks God for a praying mother.
Earthquake started using drugs at the age of four. He started smoking marijuana at the age of six. Two of his brothers were dealers, and they introduced him to cocaine at the age of ten. These early experiences led to a life of dealing and using drugs. After overdosing on drugs, Earthquake gave his life to the Lord at a revival meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on December 15, 1971.
At the age of fourteen, Bishop Earthquake walked into a gym in downtown Stamford. A great boxer approached him, and said, “I know who you are (probably because of Earthquake’s reputation around the neighborhood as a bad kid).” He tells Earthquake, “If you get serious with fighting, you’ll become a great boxer and go far with it.” From 1986 to 2001, Bishop Earthquake had approximately twenty professional fights.
During these years of boxing, Bishop Earthquake founded a substance abuse ministry called the B.R.I.D.G.E. in Carson, California. The B.R.I.D.G.E. moved to the West Adams Foursquare Church under the pastoral leadership of the Late H. Marvin and Juanita Smith. In 1991, Bishop Earthquake founded The Bridge of Hope Church. In 2005, the ministry became known as Bridge of Deliverance.