This book was written before the two previously mentioned books. It is obvious that Sarah was not LDS when she had her near death experience. As I understand, she has since joined the LDS church after this experience. But the book makes no mention of her religion.
What I Learned
Some parts that stood out to me most were her description of Spirit Prison. She told of the suffering of those in Spirit Prison because of their deeds in this life. They were able to feel the pain of all those they hurt.
She described seeing a person repenting on Earth, and an angel was essentially erasing the scenes from his life that he was repenting of, so that they would not be shown during his life’s review.
Her description of latter-day event were brief for the most part – giving a high level overview of what she saw. I suspect she saw more but did not go into great detail.
For anyone interested in reading about near death experiences, I would probably recommend reading this book first. It was the shortest of the 3 books and a very easy read. I completed it in two days.
More About Sarah
Searching for more information about Sarah, I have found some interesting links:
- A transcript of a fireside – this was posted in 2009, though I’m not entirely sure of the date the fireside was held. What is most interesting is her urgency for delivering the message to be prepared spiritually now by keeping the commandments, namely: pay a full tithe, keep the sabbath day holy – best to serve others, repent, become Christ-like, and build your food storage. I think she mentioned that she felt major calamities were coming in the next year, so some commentaries felt it discredits what she said. But from all the visions I have read, those who had the visions don’t know the exact time these things come to pass, they can only speculate like the rest of us based on the signs around them.
- Video of Sarah speaking at a UVU preparedness fair April 6, 2012. 50:47