Category: Uncategorized

“What Heaven Is Like.”

Do you have a loved one who has passed on? Do you wish you could talk to them again? Would you like to tell someone you have lost how very much you love him or her? You can. I believe when a loved one passes on, they come back to you. Your loved ones can hear you, and they can see you. In return, you can talk to someone you love. Our spirits will never die. They are beyond our reach, however, it is only a thin veil that separates us. Want to learn more? Read my new release, “Visions of Heaven,” available everywhere!!!

I DIED AND WENT TO HEAVEN!

Jesus is our Savior.

In 2006, I experienced a near-death experience. During surgery, my soul left my body. I was immediately aware I was in 2 places. I could see myself below yet I was standing in front of a door with a brilliant light bursting from the opening

I can see angels surrounding Jesus, more brilliant than anything I’ve ever seen before. I feel waves and more waves of His love crash over me. Now, rather than being overwhelming, it’s invigorating. Jesus’s love is evident in His eyes—the type of eyes that can see into the soul. Though He can see all my imperfections, there’s no judgment, only love.

Everything else is stunning too. The colors are more vibrant than any on earth. Red is not simply red. It is brilliant and shimmery, appearing to have gold flecks in it. The same is true of the blues, greens, and every other color I see as my eyes dart back and forth, taking in this magnificent scene. The hues are so vivid that they seem to be alive. I also hear music. Each note is profound, strong yet whispering. It is soothing as the sound ebbs and flows around me and through me.

I’ve never seen anything brighter, more magnificent, and I feel compelled to draw nearer, to see what’s on the other side of the door. I know that whatever it is, it’s good. Actually, much better than good. I know I must be in heaven.

Read more about my time in heaven in my new best-seller, “Visions of Heaven.”


THAT SMALL, STILL VOICE.

Today and everyday I pray that you find the same peace in your mind and in your heart that I have found. I pray you may find joy in knowing your loved ones who have passed are still with you and that your paths will forever remain as one. I pray that you accept Jesus Christ as your personal Savior. Always listen to that small, still voice you hear when you pray. This voice is the Holy Spirit whispering to you.

I am back online!!!

Water lilies

What a glorious Easter weekend we just enjoyed.. Good Friday touches my soul, and I turn to the Scriptures to help me understand not only what happened on this sacred Friday, but why our Jesus was crucified, as well.

Easter Sunday is a day of WOW. Our Savior, Jesus Christ, beat death, and rose again into life, as one in body and soul. I need thee every hour, Jesus, and I pray for thou hand in mine as Thou lead me along the path and take me home to my glorious Heavenly Father!

I love you all,

Jane Moe

Families are Eternal

Death is not the end of existence. The bonds we create here in mortality with our families really can last through eternity. Why do I believe this? I saw it for myself during a near-death experience!!!!

You Are Enough To Heavenly Father!!!

 

 

YOU ARE ENOUGH!!

 

Have you ever felt down? Have you ever looked at another person and wish you could be more like them? Have you ever felt like you can’t do enough? Be enough? Love enough? Get everything done on your impossible checklist? Like you don’t read your scriptures enough?

 

I have. It is self-defeating. I know that!! I have allowed society to set my goals instead of myself. However, I recently discovered my answer to all this self-doubt and it came from another sister in Relief-Society. (An amazing women’s group.)

 

If I do my best to obey the commandments, if I do my best to life a righteous life, if I do my best everyday, I am enough. I have done enough, and I am ENOUGH for Heavenly Father. I may not pray for an hour, but I DO pray. I may feel like I don’t have enough hours in the day, but I make enough time to do and choose the right. I may feel that everyone else does everything bigger, better, and faster. But you know what? I have learned I am ENOUGH to my beloved Heavenly Father!! God knows your heart. He sees how hard you try.

Please join me at the end of the day, when you bow your head and give thanks to our Heavenly Father, please feel His assurance that YOU ARE ENOUGH. Feel it. Own it. Love it. LIVE IT!!

 

I love you all,

 

Jane Moe

ldsliving.com article Part 3

Discovering Her Message

Jane’s book tour took them next to Little Rock, Arkansas, where they found another LDS congregation to join that Sunday, thinking no one would notice them. But with Richard wearing a red jogging suit and Jane wearing casual clothes, it took only seconds after the final “Amen” for someone to introduce themselves and ask if they were visitors.

“Yes, I am, and we want to be baptized today,” Jane told the friendly ward member. The woman quickly introduced Jane and Richard to the missionaries, and Jane remembers the missionaries looking at her with complete love. “I thought I was seeing angels or something,” Jane recalls.

When Jane and Richard told the missionaries they wanted to be baptized, the elders were enthusiastic, but they also told the couple a few steps would need to happen before a baptismal day.  First, the missionaries took the couple to Gospel Principles, and Jane was ecstatic to learn they were teaching from the very same book she had just finished. “Everything they were teaching in that class, I already believed,” Jane says.

Jane remembers everyone she met that first day of church being so kind, loving, and full of a light she couldn’t explain—what she calls the Mormon glow. She wanted more than anything to learn how to experience that light for herself.

Her conversion came in stages. First, she learned how to pray. Having been raised Catholic, Jane only knew how to say a handful of memorized prayers, and she remembers the first time she knelt beside her bed and truly began conversing with Heavenly Father. “I just started talking and words started flowing,” Jane says. It was in that moment, in 2013, five years after her near-death experience, that Jane finally understood what message it was her ancestors wanted her to share. The message was that this Church—and all its teachings about eternal families, the Book of Mormon, life after death, our divine potential, angels, and salvation for our relatives—is true.

Jane and Richard got married and baptized shortly after investigating the LDS Church. No sooner had they received the Holy Ghost than they began to work toward receiving their endowment and becoming sealed in the temple.

“For me, becoming LDS is like entering a whole new world—like stake houses that don’t feed steak. . . . We had to practice for weeks to learn how to say Melchizedek,” Jane jokes. “But I have to say, I love it.” And while much of what Jane has learned about the gospel was new, some of it was startlingly familiar.

When the missionaries began teaching Jane about Joseph Smith, she knew in her heart it was true because of a dream she had received years previously, a dream during which a young boy saw God the Father and Jesus Christ. After waking from the dream, Jane told Richard with excitement, “There is a young man who saw God and Jesus Christ, and they appeared to him in New York.”  Jane remembers Richard correcting her, “He said, ‘Oh no, I know that story. I have a friend who goes to that church, and he lives in Utah. God and Jesus appeared to Joseph Smith in Utah.” Later, when Jane first received a Book of Mormon and saw Joseph Smith’s name printed inside the front cover, she wondered if it could be the same boy she had dreamed about. Then, when she learned about his experience in the Sacred Grove, she felt an added measure of peace and security that she had found the true Church.

Jane originally was hesitant about sharing her dreams and experiences with Church members after the negative reception she had received in other churches. But, bits at a time, Jane would open up during church classes or with friends in the ward. “They didn’t kick us out,” Jane remembers with amazement. “They didn’t laugh at us; they embraced us.” As Jane learned more about Church history and the visions Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, Wilford Woodruff, and so many other Church leaders had of the spirit world and life hereafter, Jane learned that what she had seen was true and that God still speaks to us today through miraculous means.

Becoming Sealed in the Temple

“We started doing our ancestry work two weeks after our baptism,” Jane remembers. “We had no idea what we were doing, but we knew other people had talked about their ancestry work, and we could feel our ancestors [urging us]. . . . We’ve found hundreds of names.”

While investigating the Church and waiting to receive their endowments, Jane and Richard put their tour and everything on hold, staying in Arkansas.

When they were first issued a limited-use recommend to perform baptisms for the dead for their ancestors, Jane and Richard made the seven-hour drive to the nearest temple, the Memphis Tennessee Temple.  “I remember Richard was holding my hand while we walked into the Memphis temple,” Jane says. “Immediately I started crying because I could [sense] angels everywhere.” Jane was baptized first for Richard’s mother, and she says, “I could feel her. There are no words to explain how I felt.” Then, Richard was baptized for his father. The whole seven-hour drive home, the two didn’t talk about their experience. “We were in awe,” Jane says.

But the next morning, Richard asked if they could go back to the temple that weekend. And they did—that weekend and several more following.

In June 2013, Jane and Richard first traveled to Utah, and when Jane saw “churches on every corner and temples everywhere you look,” she knew she wanted to make Utah her home. That same year, Jane and Richard moved everything from their home in California to Provo, Utah, where they still live today. Both Richard and Jane received their endowment and were sealed together in the temple in 2014, a sacred experience Jane says she will never forget. Jane has since had the privilege of working in the temple, serving as a ward missionary, and teaching ancestry classes—all callings that resonate with her own story and passion.

About her journey of joining the Church, Jane says, “I know the Church is true. . . For me to know it now, I’m jumping and shouting from the rooftops telling people that I’m so excited that the Church is true. . . . I try to testify as often as I can.” Because, for Jane, the Church and the gospel are a special message she feels privileged to share.

Learn more about Jane’s incredible story in Visions of Heaven: What My Near-Death Experience Taught Me About Eternity.

For one brief moment, facing death, Jane Moe stepped into eternity. This incredible true story will take you on an enthralling journey as Jane sees God’s plan for families and is taught how to recognize His Church when she encounters it later in life. Take more steps into eternity with Jane and come to know what heaven—and mortality—is really ab