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(08/17/2016) A Servant and More

Points are shared, today, on the dual status of Jesus Christ as servant and Son of the Highest.  Christian believers speak of Jesus as a divine son who carries out the will of his father, and acknowledges the truth that the needs of Creation require the… 1,543 more words


The Compassion of GOD

“And the LORD God of their fathers sent to them by His messengers, rising up betimes, and sending; because He had compassion on His people, and on His dwelling place: but they mocked the messengers of God, and despised His words, and misused His prophets, until the wrath of the LORD arose against His people, till there was no remedy.” 2 Chronicles 36:15-16 (KJV)


If Elijah had a GoFundMe Account

I started wondering what it would look like if Elijah opened a GoFundMe account today and this was some of my thoughts. Hope you enjoy and rethink what the world deems successful. 842 more words

(02/19/2016) The Only One Sent?

Focus, today, is upon Jesus Christ as the only provision from Deity for the preservation of Creation, existence, and life from the makeup of divinity.  The mature followers of Jesus participate as agents for the Savior’s priesthood, and rule as king.  1,655 more words

The Holy Spirit

How Are Prophets Chosen Today?

Q: How do prophets come to be today? Does the church elect the prophet?

I had an off-line discussion with someone about this topic and thought it was worth answering in a post. 1,498 more words


Sustaining the Brethren: A Modern Example of Thoughtful Discipleship

I am doing some work with Exodus 16-20 right now and will be posting some thoughts shortly. I find the parallels between the complainers that followed Moses to the… 3,545 more words

Old Testament

"Keep your mouth shut and hold your tongue!" (Leave the leadership alone.)

A new revelation and commandment

As time goes on, I am becoming more and more aware of problems in the church, of practices that don’t match our scriptures, of ecclesiastical abuses and errors in judgment and policy, etc.  2,267 more words