Author: Sarah LaNelle Menet
Publisher: Mountain Top Publishing
Released: December 1, 2002
Sarah Menet was pronounced dead but she did not die. Her near death experience (NDE) is one of the most extensive ever recorded. Sarah not only visited the beautiful spirit world, describing the people, their dress, activities, and buildings; but she also visited what could be called “hell” and describes the torment of those committed to that terrible place. She also received answers to many questions such as:
Why are terrible things allowed to happen to good people?
Is there a purpose to life here on earth?
Why is it important to treat others with respect?
Is it important to be good?
Is there such a things as deja vu?
Is there such a thing as reincarnation?
What are some of the difficulties that may lie ahead for us on earth?
Sarah was also shown several future events. She saw tall buildings in New York collapsing amidst smoke and debris and people running years before 9/11. This was the beginning of other calamities which were to include a great plague suddenly striking several cities in the United States, a nuclear war and other devastating events.
So begins the story of Sarah’s extraordinary experience. It is without a doubt the most complete and extensive NDE ever recorded. Sarah not only visited the beautiful spirit world, describing the people living there, their dress, activities and buildings; but she visited what we call “hell” and describes the torment of those committed to that terrible place. She saw many things and received answers to many questions. Sarah was also shown many future events which would shortly happen upon the earth. One of the things she saw, which was to signal the beginning of those events, was some tall buildings in New York collapsing amidst smoke and dust and people running. She also saw a great plague suddenly strike four cities in the U.S., the start of a nuclear war, and many other things.
I actually skimmed this book about 3 or 4 years ago when it was given to me but I never read the entire thing. A conversation on Sunday lead to me pick this book up again and read the whole thing…
One of my friends said she was reading a book she thought I would really like… Visions of Glory by John Pontius. When I got home from church I spent sometime looking into that book. One of the reviews I read said:
“I must admit I have never read anyone else talking about floods in Salt Lake as one of the signs of the last days.”
When I read that sentence I thought I’ve heard of floods in Salt Lake City before… in Sarah’s book There Is No Death. It perked my interest so I grabbed this book off the shelf and ended up reading it cover to cover in one sitting. It’s not a long book, just over 100 pages so it is a quick read.
First let me say I’m fascinated with Near Death and Life Before Birth experiences. I’ve read several books on those subjects and find the accounts very interesting. I don’t consider them to be scripture or prophesy but definitely food for thought.
This was not the most well written account I have read but it did make me think. There were many things in her retelling that made sense to me. Ultimately my take away from the book was to be very careful to not judge others and to be sure to right as many of the wrongs I have done as I possibly can while I have the chance to do so. For me it was a very worthwhile read.
Rating: 3.5 Stars – Good Book
Source: Been on my shelf for several years, I think my in-laws gave it to us?