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Sarah Menet's Vision of the Last Days

Sarah Menet's Vision of the Last Days

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Sarah Menet had a near-death experience that she describes in her book, “There Is No Death.” Besides seeing the spirit world she was shown what could happen in the future back on earth. A potentially dark, terrifying place, the future.

Remarkably a number of details in Menet's account are similar to those described in Visions of Glory by John Pontius which is also based on several near death experiences. On balance there are also details in the two accounts that seem to contradict each other.

Menet later joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and gave a number of firesides about how to prepare for her vision of the future. A transcript from one of those firesides is included. While her remarks are directed mainly to her Mormon audience they may be of interest to anyone wanting to make the best of a potentially bad situation.

One of the lessons from Menet's experience is that the future is not set in stone. Other than a possible view of 9/11, the outcomes foreseen by Sarah Menet have not come to pass—yet. Our repentance and our commitment to God may literally change the story and its timetable.
Sarah Menet had a near-death experience that she describes in her book, “There Is No Death.” Besides seeing the spirit world she was shown what could happen in the future back on earth. A potentially dark, terrifying place, the future.

Remarkably a number of details in Menet's account are similar to those described in Visions of Glory by John Pontius which is also based on several near death experiences. On balance there are also details in the two accounts that seem to contradict each other.

Menet later joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and gave a number of firesides about how to prepare for her vision of the future. A transcript from one of those firesides is included. While her remarks are directed mainly to her Mormon audience they may be of interest to anyone wanting to make the best of a potentially bad situation.

One of the lessons from Menet's experience is that the future is not set in stone. Other than a possible view of 9/11, the outcomes foreseen by Sarah Menet have not come to pass—yet. Our repentance and our commitment to God may literally change the story and its timetable.

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A VISION OF THE FUTURE
Sarah Menet’s Vision of the Last Days
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Wow! What an eye opener. Wish everyone could view this and do what is necessary. Keep the Lord in your life and do what the Prophet tells us. Keep the Sabboth holy and pay an honest tithing and the Lord will protect you.
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