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I Love General Conference!!

This past Easter weekend was AMAZING!!!. Not only was it Easter, but it was also General Conference. This LDS event is something I have experienced before. But this General Conference was so spiritual, so full of love, so full of faith, and so full of Jesus Christ, that it was different. This is the first General Conference since my conversion that we set-apart a new Prophet. I watched President Nelson as our Church sustained this amazing man. To me, his face said it all. I felt my very soul sing. President Nelson’s eyes filled with tears and his face transformed before me. I knew this great man had been called from God to lead my church at this time. Words cannot express how my life is changed every day because of my faith in our beloved Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, The Holy Ghost, and the eternity of the Plan of Salvation. Believe in eternal families!!!! Your future is calling you.

Easter and What It Means.


Easter Week in History

This week of Easter brings a lot of emotions to me. I am sad and empty because this is the week in history when Jesus was betrayed and beaten. This is the week in history that Heavenly Father knew was coming. Jesus knew it too. The tragedy on Good Friday was pre-ordained and part of Our Father’s Plan of Salvation. My heart weeps for Jesus. My heart also weeps for our Heavenly Father. The Father of us all stood by and watched his first born, his only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ, atone for the sins of all the world. Every ‘Good Friday,’ I stand all amazed at the love he has given me. I try to understand, and I cannot. I know that someday I will. But for now, I feel lost in grief.

I find joy, comfort, love, and faith in the day of Easter. I have a personal testimony that in Jesus Christ died on the cross to save us. Our beloved Lord knew that He would return to rescue us. 3 days after Jesus died, He triumphantly returned in body and soul to testify of His Glory. Jesus is a fully resurrected spirit, His Body and Soul rejoined as one. The Scriptures testify of this truth.

Please love your neighbors as you love yourself. This is the 2nd greatest commandment of all.



Defeat The Devil

We know satan.  The devil himself.  He is around…waiting for his chance to tempt us to do his bidding…..make a mistake, commit a sin, use profanity, use pornography, you name it, if it’s bad; he want you to do it,  We are stronger and smarter than satan,  He can easily be defeated.  How? Prayer.  Scriptures.  A contrite heart that asks for forgiveness.  You’ve got this.  www.janemoe.com

Are my sins forgiven if I truly repent?


No one is perfect.  We all fumble.  I make dumb mistakes.  However, that’s where Christ’s Atonement comes in. He is the only way we could possibly live with Him and Heavenly Father again. Through His Atonement and Resurrection, we’ll not only live again but we can be made clean so that we can dwell eternally in heaven. However, for us to get there we must repent. We show our desire to repent and be made clean by agreeing to be baptized. And then after that, we need to repent whenever we make a mistake. For me, that means repenting not just monthly or weekly but every day. Maybe I was impatient with someone or didn’t follow a prompting from the Holy Ghost to serve someone. Sure, those aren’t big things, but even they need to be repented of if we want to be completely clean. Don’t delay repentance. Not only will repenting bring you peace but it will also mean that you’re prepared to meet God whenever He decides it’s your time.

How Do I Know Heavenly Father Loves Me?

Do you ask yourself this question?  I have.  However I have found the answers within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  I KNOW Heavenly Father loves me.  I have read His Scriptures, and The Holy Ghost has confirmed His Gospel.  What do I mean by Holy Ghost?  Jesus has taught us that there is a third member to our beloved Godhead:  Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, and The Holy Ghost (also known as the Holy Spirit).  Jesus promised that He would not leave us “comfortless.”  And He has kept that promise.  We have the ability to hear or feel a “small, still voice” that arises in our bodies when we are feeling the truthfulness of His Word.  For example:  when I first read The Book of Mormon and I pondered its truthfulness a feeling of peace, wonderment, goosebumps, and a warmth in my chest, came over me.  At that time, I was not an LDS member.  I had no idea what I was feeling.  I asked the LDS missionaries that were giving lessons to me and my husband.  They explained that this ‘feeling’ was Heavenly Father’s way of testifying that this is His Word. That I can trust and believe in what I was reading and feeling.  Since then, I have also prayed to Heavenly Father asking Him questions.  When I get this ‘spiritual’ feeling that makes me warm with goosebumps, this is His truthfulness.  When I attend The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I feel His presence and warmth.  I know that Heavenly Father is real, that He answers my prayers, and that He loves me.


Let’s get acquainted

My name is Jane Moe.  I live in Provo, Utah, with my husband, Richard.   My home state is Iowa, and I attended Northeast Missouri State University in Kirksville, Missouri, where I studied creative writing and speech. During surgery in 2006, I survived death, and I experienced an NDE (also known as a near-death experience).  At this this point in our lives, Richard was my boyfriend.  We loved each other, and we had already decided to live together so we moved into a beautiful home in California. Richard is a very loving, protective, strong, and supportive man.  He was waiting for me in recovery and although groggy from the anesthesia and mindful of my IVs, I took Richard’s hand and told him that I had just seen his dad.  Richard, always so patient and loving, leaned in close to my ear and whispered, “Honey, it must have been a dream. My daddy died suddenly when I was fifteen years old. I think about him every day, and I miss my dad, but he is gone.”  Looking into Richard’s eyes, which had filled with tears, I informed him that I was not dreaming.  I described a sensation during surgery of leaving my body.  I found myself standing in a heaven that was breathtaking in every detail.  I was engulfed in a bright, white, light that was different from anything I had ever seen.  This light caressed my body in a manner that was soothing.  My surroundings became a part of me.  I was not afraid.  The light began to part, and the white color was replaced with with a swirl of gold clouds: brilliant, more magnified, more detailed than our earthly colors. I knew that I had never experienced what was unfolding before me but somehow I felt that I was home.  I felt engulfed in a love that was so intense that I began to weep tears of joy.  I became aware of a man standing in front of me.  I asked him if he was God. This perfect man held out his perfect hand and smiled as he said, “No, but I understand why you would ask me this question.  My name is Kilmer Oscar Moe, Jr.  I am Richard’s dad.  Our Heavenly Father heard your prayers last night and was touched when you asked both of us to pray for a successful operation.  I knew you had included me in your prayers because we both love Richard.  This prayer allowed our time together before our Heavenly Father sent you back. I have seen Richard’s grief, and I want my son to know that this Heavenly Father has provided a plan and a promise that we can be together again for all eternity.  Please tell my beloved son that I have never let go.” His voice was gentle, kind, familiar.  “You have a message,”  and  I nodded my head as if I understood.  I knew there was more, and he continued.  “Richard will not believe that you have spent time with me so I will give you secrets that only he and I could possibly know.”  I didn’t need to write anything down.  I knew I would remember. I begged to stay but I was told it wasn’t my time.  I had more work to do.  It would take years for me to understand and accept what I had seen.   Richard believed in me.  I had to tell him the father/son secrets first.  Richard kept a journal and excitedly wrote everything that had happened that day.  I wasn’t as convinced.   I mean, who does this?  Maybe I had lost it. But that heavenly visit was only the beginning of my journey.  I would begin a spiritual time in my life that I had never known before.  When Richard brought me home from surgery that same day, I wanted my time within this beautiful after-life to continue.  I didn’t have to worry long. That night I had more dreams of Richard’s family.  Over time I would learn of my own ancestors.  I learned details that were shared.  I became interested in our after-life.  Over the past 10+ years, I have studied, and I have compared my new insight with my anyone who would listen, NDE peers, our family members, a church, and people who liked my first book, “What Heaven Is Like,” written in 2011 and finalized and self published in 2012.  My next book book was a personal 12 year journey in which I embraced this gift, and I searched for answers.  I kept journals because I had a feeling I might need them.  I only knew what I had seen, and I decided that I should reach out to others. My new book is about my journey to find eternity and and to find a faith and scriptures that matched my first vision, and what I believe to be true.  So, I have written a new book, “VISIONS OF HEAVEN. What My Near-Death Experience Taught Me About Eternity,” under my married name, Jane Moe, and my publisher, Cedar Fort Books, has scheduled a release date in May, 2018.  In the meantime, I will continue to share my story via this blog.  I am also putting together a quarterly newsletter that will highlight the emails I receive and specific questions/comments.   If you would like to receive updates or receive my newsletter, please fill out my contact form complete with your email address.  (No spam, promise:) I would love to hear your stories so please feel free to comment or add a post.