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Kenngo1969

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  1. Weird. There's nothing on her blog since September of 2020. Perhaps COVID-19 has made us all less interested in s*x therapy? https://www.patheos.com/blogs/mormontherapist/
  2. I wonder, how many of these arsonists specifically targeted the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? For how many of them was animus against the Church of Jesus Christ a factor in their crimes? Or, on the other hand, did they simply want to lash out against "religion" in general, and to burn "a church"? In any case, Matthew 5:11-12 does come to mind.
  3. It all comes down to this, Mr. Atlantic. I have questions. I don't see how anyone with a halfway-functioning brain could be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and not have questions. (In the past, you have misinterpreted the sentence to mean the exact opposite of what I wrote, so read it again. No, no, twice isn't enough. Read it again. Now, read it again. Yes, yes, again. No, no, you need to read it again. Yes ... again. Yes. Anyone with a brain will have questions. Do you have it yet, or are you going to go off all half-cocked and say that I'm insulting p
  4. Perhaps the reasons for leaving are as varied as the reasons for staying, but: Immediate 10% raise Sundays off Freedom to experiment with non-prescribed mind-altering substances Different social circles
  5. The men and women of the Utah National Guard rock!
  6. In my opinion, if teaching creationism (especially if the "teaching" involves no more than a brief mention of the topic), it is an "establishment" of religion only in the broadest (least meaningful?) sense. Here's a trick I'd like to see someone try: Try teaching the history of the state of Utah without referring to religion. Personally, I'm glad Brigham Young didn't take Jim Bridger's advice. Oh, sure, if Brigham Young hadn't determined to attempt to tame and to colonize the area, someone else might have ... and, probably, that person would have been Roman Catholic, so we're back where t
  7. Yeah, others, if they were of a mind to, might be able to raise that complaint legitimately (blindness, deafness, dumbness, lameness ...) though I recognize that all of us have something or somethings with which we struggle) ... spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, in relationships, out of relationships, all of the above ... the list, potentially, is endless. Ken, I only put a hole in the glass so I could keep refilling it [with Living Water, no less]. If you want to focus on the hole or on the empty portion, that's your choice ...
  8. And He does that in each individual sphere (using that word quite literally, considering the literal sphere we inhabit) He has created, as well. Eventually, the sorrow of the first frost of that season gives way to the newness of life that comes in the spring. Is it only coincidence that Christ was resurrected in the Spring? I think not. Others' mileage may vary. For a limited time only. Some limitations and exclusions may apply. Void where prohibited. See local retailer for details.
  9. Hmm. I don't recall the last time a Bishop or a Stake President held a news conference to announce that someone had been excommunicated or disfellowshipped. And I'm pretty sure the reason why I can't recall such an instance is because ... it hasn't happened! Ba-dum Pshhhhh! (Yes, I know that discipline in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints used to be announced publicly, at least within the Church itself.) As foreign and perhaps misguided as that might sound to modern ears, though, it does make sense from a certain perspective: Get the one, embarrassing announcement out of th
  10. I don't know if that's true or not, but there's always Uber. Aloha, MustardSeed!
  11. https://www.leadershipnow.com/tr-citizenship.html
  12. That's the most adorable misspelling of the word invisible I have ever seen! Wait. I just talked about seeing something that's invisible. Is that any oxymoron, a contradiction in terms? Pardon the interruption. Carry on!
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