Because of numerous spiritually transformative experiences, Sharon Milliman has a deep interest in how God moves through the lives of herself and others. She does this through listening, giving voice to her experiences and through her inspirational writing. Sharon plans to continue her work to promote God’s unconditional love to a hurting world.

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Show Notes

  • Heaven is real – 2:07
  • Only the body dies – 2:15
  • Life is difficult – 2:40
  • Four near-death experiences – 3:45
  • Talking with God – 5:17
  • God has a beautiful laugh – 6:26
  • Everybody depends on everything else – 7:23
  • Seeing God – 7:53
  • Experiencing Heaven – 8:48
  • Finding happiness in yourself – 9:47
  • Sharon’s first near-death experience – 10:57
  • Jesus sitting next to Sharon – 14:02
  • Her second near-death experience – 15:25
  • She didn’t know she was dead – 17:11
  • Feeling love and no judgment – 21:16
  • Two angels – 25:24
  • Coming back to her body – 27:14
  • The third near-death experience – 27:54
  • The fourth near-death experience – 32:10
  • The decision of coming back to life – 34:40
  • Lisa reads some cards for Sharon – 36:57
  • Spirits and angels – 38:20
  • Heaven, seeing God, and Jesus – 42:36
  • Open your heart and believe – 44:02


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2 Responses to “Face To Face With God With Sharon Milliman – Episode 69”

  1. Jenna

    I really enjoyed Lisa’s interview with Sharon Milliman! I like how Sharon realized her role on earth is to be a messenger between heaven and earth. I found it insightful when Lisa and Sharon mention the reason we have a human experience is for our soul to learn, and we continue to learn with each experience we have in life. I agree with Sharon’s point that we learn fastest when life is most difficult, often the experiences that change us the most are the ones that are emotionally and physically challenging.

    It is interesting when Sharon describes how God asked her what she would do if it were just her and him. I think some of the point of the question is for her to think about how she would live her life, and what would be most important to her in life, if she could decide for herself without the influence of everyone else around her. It is important for all of us to decide what our priorities and most important responsibilities are in life, and we need to decide that for ourselves, and use our own wisdom and our connection to Divine wisdom to make that decision, not just blindly follow what other people tell us we should do. We are all different as human beings, and we are not all on the same path. Every single one of us is unique, and every single one of us lives through a life that is different from everyone else.

    I appreciate how Sharon learned from one of her NDEs that God sees us as perfect and is not judgmental. I think the idea is very powerful that God only has love for us. Remembering that God has perfect love for us can help us deal with some difficult situations in life where other people are not treating us well. I thought it was funny when Sharon said her life review showed her life was boring. I think many of us have lives that would be boring for another person to review or watch, but most of the time the experience we have itself of life is not boring for us.

    I love when Sharon says that God is so simple, but people insist on making God so complicated. That is such a great point, people ascribe all sorts of characteristics to God such as that he becomes angry, jealous, judgmental, and gives people commands and complicated rules. It is wonderful when Lisa and Sharon say that things are simple, God is a presence of pure love, and we should try to love everyone. It is not like we can run out of love, since it is not something that is used up over time. We will always have more of it, no matter how much we give to other people. It is amazing how much emotional pain human beings cause each other and themselves that is so unnecessary. We make ourselves and others feel so bad sometimes for no reason, even being angry and hostile toward other people makes us feel bad, just as much as it makes the other person feel bad, so we should always strive for love and not negative emotions. I like how Lisa says in the card reading at the end that we should believe something that allows us to feel joy, and I agree with that as long as the beliefs do not lead to the believer being intolerant and harming others. But other than that, I think anything that helps people in life is good.

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