|Title||:||The Journey Beyond Life (Vol. 1)|
|Number of Pages||:||231 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Journey Beyond Life (Vol. 1) Reviews
Guess what? There is no volume Two. Not sure if this was written to capitalize upon the demand for books about NDEs but they did a good job and I’m glad I read it. It includes numerous NDEs not found elsewhere, great analysis and even better scriptural and doctrinal support for what is shared. Even though I picked it up at Deseret Book, I wonder why they didn’t publish it. In fact, the only two books from Deseret on my list are both very timid about the subject. Is reading about NDEs considered not acceptable in the LDS church? You decide for yourself. I like the study guides or question and answer section at the end of each chapter. The doctrine and the supporting scriptures are presented there while the interesting NDE stories compose the chapters. This is a good book. I enjoyed it. I recommend it. I wonder if the other book they published together called When the Spirit Whispers is considered volume two.Source (my blog): http://latterdaycommentary.com/2013/0...
This is written by a former LDS institute teacher and an LDS associate of his. It is powerful and well written. I learned so much about the Spirit World from this. Some of the things I learned: (1) all missionaries in the Spirit World receive their callings from Priesthood leaders. A worthy man in mortality is called from priesthood leaders from beyond the veil. (2)There is only a thin veil between Paradise and Spirit Prison; it's a real barrier and only those who are worthy get to pass through it.(3) There are ten kinds of activities or work that spirits do to progress in the Spirit World, and all but one of them involve service. This book answers many questions and to me it was rather fascinating and more comprehensive in answering questions about the Spirit World than most Near Death books do.Kathy in Las Vegas
Great book. Well documented with prophets testimonies and personal experiences to support doctrine of the spirit world. It was enlightening and helped me look at passing from mortality to the spirit world in a new light.
I love reading about life after death. This book didn't disappoint.
Somewhat comforting to read having recently lost a close loved one. It kind of goes more into depth of speculation than I cared for, but I kept reading anyway.
Another book about NDE's but written mostly from an LDS perspective.