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The Scriptures

The first copy of the Book of Mormon I ever had was one of the bright blue paperback copies with the gold Moroni statue on the cover.  If you are too young to have ever seen one of those, you … Continue reading

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Today is a Day

Today is a day I feel very sick. I feel sick every single day. I have felt sick every single day for many years. But some days, like today, I have moments when I feel like it might be the … Continue reading

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Grateful Still

I am just sitting here thinking how grateful I am for the last few years and what the Lord has been doing with me to try to teach me.  And I am grateful God is patient and uses persuasion and … Continue reading

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Beautiful Symbolism

Some of the most beautiful and misunderstood symbolism illuminated: “this” and “that” Part 3 In a temple ceremony, a veil is used as a symbol to separate the initiate from the Lord. This is a symbol of the division between heaven and … Continue reading

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More Symbolism

Beautiful and extremely important symbolism discussed: “this” and “that” Part 2 Like the parables Christ taught, temple rites have always used symbols to use “this” act or performance in order to reveal truths about “that” which is eternal. Temples are … Continue reading

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Symbolism

Symbolism and symbols are vital to humans, I believe.  I have realized more and more that it is the way to learn many profound truths, even from just one symbol.  Jesus used symbols to teach profound truths. Some important points … Continue reading

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A Quote

The quote: “Although the Lord invites all to come to Him, only a few will accept the invitation to come. You may wonder why; but it is because men are unwilling to accept what is offered. They want authority in … Continue reading

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