By Solomon B. Shaw 319pgs., reprinted 2004 With the advent of new medical technologies in the 20th and 21st centuries, we do not get to observe the conscious last moments of individuals like we did in the past. This book collects the records of saint and sinner alike and how they faced death. It is interesting to note how the French atheist Voltaire left this world in horror, how little children who trusted Christ passed peacefully into the Savior's arms, and how the lost were converted after seeing a wicked man die. Many more stories other than these are contained therein. This book is a great encouragement to the saved, and a great witnessing tool to the lost.