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  1. Sorry when I wrote jaw I meant it to sound like yaw. Jah or Yah (Hebrew: יה, Yah) is a short form of Yahweh (in consonantal spelling YHWH Hebrew: יהוה, called the tetragrammaton), the proper name of God in the Hebrew Bible. ... In the King James Version (1611) there is only a single instance of JAH (capitalised), in Psalm 68:4. like 4 Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name Jah, and rejoice before him.
  2. I have also heard that Jehovah could also be Jahoveh (jaw- Ho- Va)
  3. For me it comes down to Doctrine. not all bibles are equal. any other bible versions, take the control of the Bible from the church and puts it into the groups that translated the Bible in question. do we know there motivation for there English translations? Most of the new English translations are change doctrines and the character of Christ. mark 1:41 New International VersionJesus was indignant. He reached out his hand and touched the man. "I am willing," he said. "Be clean!" indignant? kjv compassions.
  4. Every one has an opinion, I don’t care what job or office the hold. my salvation is dependent upon what the scriptures teach. I question everything.
  5. Calm down, I am just jerking your chain. i read a lot about the controversy that the church went through to get it built. one thing to know we can turn any chapel into a temple.
  6. Yes, thats right it’s not true(eye wink) 😉
  7. The lds church already has a temple in Jerusalem. but it’s in disguise.
  8. They said for some of the hearing impaired. I don’t mind people making notes, I have had a few people ask me after my lesson for my notes.
  9. Yes, but shared over the internet. i have reading along quit and have found that transcriptions is not flawless and full of problems, just like the notes from Joseph smith days. so far it makes it easier to see the errors in people’s comments.
  10. Just got an email from the Bishop that they are going to have someone record what people say in classes. what do you think about this, is it even legal? Email Brothers and Sisters, The (Blank) Ward is going to be utilizing different resources over the coming weeks as we try to dial in an efficient and effective way to live caption our meetings. Today in our Sacrament and Gospel Doctrine classes, Sister (blank) will be capturing as much as she can of what is said within the following document. If you click this link, you should be prompted to "request access" to this document so you can follow along as she types. Please come early today to Sacrament meeting if you would like to make sure the wrinkles are ironed out before we start. the document is a google app.
  11. I read the scripture block. then go verse by verse asking questions and finding answers. also I do word studies. and I try and find a way to turn it into a lesson or a devotional. example I was studying Amos and came across his job discription and asked why is that important then I wrote a devotional on it and this is what I came up with. The Gardener. One of my favorite prophets of the Old Testament is Amos and in his book he tells us “I was an herdman, and a gatherer of sycomore fruit.” I asked myself, what is sycamore fruit and why would this be important information for us to know about Amos? So I looked in to it and found that Sycomore fruit is a Fig, and in Its present practice of Egyptian and Cypriot growers of the sycamore (fig-mulberry) trees is to pierce the premature fruit with a nail or other sharp instrument in order to make the fruit edible. The wounding, or piercing, of sycamore figs at an early ripening stage induces a sharp increase in the emanation of ethylene gas, which accelerates the growth and ripening of the fruit considerably (three to eight times). This is important since otherwise the fruit will not fully develop and will stay hard or it will be spoiled by parasitic wasps that penetrate the fruit and inhabit it for reproduction. I also have been an avid gardener for many years, I have mostly been experimenting with indoor gardening for the past 11 years, mostly growing tomatoes and strawberry’s. I have been very successful at it as well, but I always notice when I begin the hardening of my plants, that’s when they become the target of cold and pest. “Hardening off” is the process of moving plants outdoors for a portion of the day to gradually introduce them to the direct sunlight, dry air, and cold nights. So as I continued to study these gardening techniques the spiritual symbolisms just calls out to me. How could a fruit that is damaged become better then if it was just left on it own? How could placing a plant in the world away from its protection help it become stronger? Then the scripture Hebrew 12:6 “For whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth, and scourgeth every son whom he receiveth.” I sometimes wish the Lord did not love me so much, But I know it is for my good and the good of my family. I love that we can find spiritual lessons all around us. When Mary mistakes Jesus for the Gardener, I now know why, Because Jesus is the Greatest Gardener of our lives. In the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus the Christ, Amen.
  12. Scripture is scripture. all the other answers are opinions.
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