Life Everlasting is a comforting documentation of life beyond death. It provides valuable knowledge in preparation for leaving mortality and entering the spirit-world afterlife.
By Duane S. Crowther
Knowledge of what happens after death is a great comfort to those who are dying and to loved ones left behind. Life Everlasting: A Definitive Study of Life After Death provides valuable knowledge and comfort in preparation for leaving mortality and entering the spirit world afterlife–both solid information and sweet consolation.
All who enter the spirit world are immortal beings. Life Everlasting shows that the spirit world is a place intended for personal growth. All will be taught the gospel of Jesus Christ, which they can accept or reject. Their choices will lead them to progress toward various eternal goals following their resurrection.
Carefully documented, Life Everlasting: A Definitive Study of Life After Death describes the many aspects of the afterlife in the spirit-world Paradise and other realms. It is firmly based on the Bible and other scriptural sources. It also cites knowledgeable insights from both ancient and latter-day prophets.
Another primary source is the author’s analysis of over 200 near-death experiences (NDEs). Many patterns of life in the spirit world are carefully portrayed.
Life Everlasting documents spirit-world life and progress on three levels:
- Paradise, for the righteous who have come unto Christ,
- the spirit prison, for those who are wicked and unrepentant,
- and areas for others in between, for good people who haven’t yet come unto Christ.
It describes what happens at death and how newcomers are received in those spirit world areas. Numerous accounts portray buildings, plants, landscapes, clothing, work environments and tasks, educational facilities, and personal family relationships.
Life Everlasting: A Definitive Study of Life After Death provides valuable knowledge and comfort in preparation for leaving mortality and entering the spirit world afterlife.
The Prophet Joseph Smith said, “All men know that they must die . . . it is but reasonable to suppose that God would reveal something in reference to the matter, and it is a subject we ought to study more than any other.”
6″ x 9″ paperback