IF you are looking into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints be sure to ask a active member not a non member or someone who is having problems at this time in their lives . If you want to know about the Baptist Church go to their site . If you want to learn about us ask us. And ask yourself by the fruit you see.
Golf cart: You just have to read this sweet story of President Monson giving up his golf cart for some ladies in the underground tunnels of the Church Office Building. Here's a taste: "A few minutes later the driver came back, without President Monson. The driver said, 'The boss told me to take you ladies wherever you want to go.' Maydae was tickled and accepted the ride home." Hat-tip, Follow the Prophet for this charming post.
The online resource, Dictionary*com, defines a martyr as
“one who chooses to suffer death rather than renounce religious principles.”
A quiet man, Elder Carlson said his journey of faith actually began long before he was born, and it began with a song.
In 1908, two young missionaries serving in Minnesota knocked on the door of his great-grandfather. When the door was opened, they began to sing a hymn. He let them in and later joined LDS Church.
The Salt Lake Holladay North Stake, for example, used the theme, “Painting with the Pioneer Spirit.” Dozens of children followed the float wearing white painters’ coats.
And the Centerville Utah Canyon View Stake’s float was centered on the theme, “Catching the Spirit of Your Journey.” The float was covered with cute bugs. Children walked behind the float carrying bug-catching nets.
The NHM inscription, whether it was in Proto-Hebraic or more likely Sabaean or Ancient Berber had no vowels. Those languages and others in the region used only what we call consonents; They had no vowels. Vowel elements were inferred or as in later Hebrew supplied by marks so pronunciation could very and a modern presentation of an ancient word could also prove challenging, like JHVH.
Finding the "nahom" inscription is fascinating.
Of course, all active Latter-day Saints know that the only real converting power comes from the Holy Spirit.
But once you have gained a testimony for yourself, it is fun to see more and more evidence come forth as time goes on.