Hutterite | 5:26 p.m. Sept. 30, 2011 American Fork, UT Why read this paper if
you don't like what is said? Just because the writer called it a Mormon moment
don't mean we all look at it that way. It is a time to lesson to what or
leaders have to say and to pray and reflect on what is said and to gain a
testimony on what was said. I thank all religions should hold a
General Conference to instruct there members on what is going on in their church
and to clarify church believes. This could save confusion on what the church
leaders are teaching. How many of you have had your local leader say
something that gos agent what is being put out by you church leaders?People have different believes and that is ok, but the person at the head
makes the call for the church as a hole and then you should pray to make sure
you understand and that is what God is telling them.
@Hutterite: jealous some? Don't be. You, too, can have what we have if you put
in the effort and seek God's will. Be happy, like we are!
Mormon moment? Get over yourselves.
Looking Forward to another Inspiring Conference!!
General Conference is such an amazing time. The time with family, and if lucky
a friend or two, is right up there with Christmas. Revelation, inspiration,
being reminded again that these men and women are called of God...what's not to
like? I can't wait!
I don't believe in the Church anymore but being in a Mormon family General
Conference is a nice weekend when everyone gets together and family members
aren't rushing to do this or that. It's certainly cherished time for me. I wish
family would get together for more relaxed weekends without needing the excuse
of Church leaders speaking.
It seemed to me that last conference's messages were rather pedestrian, however
after more review they were very much the opposite. I always look forward to
the messages and they really do offer a lot of light.
Business as usual. If President Monson received revelation that required a 3rd
Official Declaration or creation of D&C 139 it wouldn't be announced in