Saturday, March 05, 2005

April 6

Texas Eyewitness wrote:

I've been reading and hearing a lot about April 6 being the prophet's target date for completing the new temple. What is the significance to that date?

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

April 6th, 2005 is the 175th anniversary of the founding of the LDS Church.

Eye Witness said...

See new story in today's (Saturday) Arizona Republic at:
azcentral.com

Anonymous said...

Warren Jeffs beleives that this april 6th will be the end of the world as we know it. This will be about the tenth time the date has changed, so I'm sure he's losin credibility with anyone who still thinks he's "God's mouthpiece" on earth. So when this April comes and goes, you can expect another date to be dubbed "the Last Day".

Anonymous said...

There is another significance for the date April 6. Check this link out: www.thesealedportion.com/blog/

Anonymous said...

I am alarmed about all of the concern about our new neighbors. I used to live by them and they are the kindest people you will ever find. A lie will go through a town before truth will get its boots on. The old catholic addage is To have a friend you have to be a friend. Why don't we do something nice instead of being mean. Can't we just get along.

Keep Sweet Pal said...

Dear "Not Alarmed"

Yes, most of these new neighbors appear to be kind hearted and hard working, with a purpose... to follow their prophet even unto their death or yours.
Question one of these neighbors and if they are truthfull will tell you they will die for their prophet.....and they know this verse and others very well.

Threats of visits from the advenging death angel is not uncommon among those who have run from the "The Work".

They will smile at you with a lie on their lips and move on with their prophets mission of keeping this evil wicked world from him, his children, wives and faithful flock. (By the way you are part of this wicked evil world.)

“This is loving our neighbor as ourselves; if he needs help, help him; and if he wants salvation and it is necessary to spill his blood on the earth in order that he may be saved,spill it. Any of you who understand the principles of eternity, if you have sinned a sin requiring the shedding of blood, except the sin unto death, would not be satisfied nor rest until your blood should be spilled, that you might gain that salvation you desire. THAT IS THE WAY TO LOVE MANKIND.” (Sermon by Brigham Young, delivered in the Mormon Tabernacle, Feb. 8, 1857, also reprinted in the Journal of Discourses, Vol. 4, pp. 219-220)

This twisted thinking and some others I won't go into at this time is still being preached among these kind neighbors as you call them, by their loving Uncle Warren.

So keep on thinking this way, shake their hand,(which by the way will cause them to run for the nearest consecration oil).

They are thinking to themselves we have this one fooled and move on the next fool. Try as you may... friend is not in their vocabulary.

Anonymous said...

he answered them nothing

Anonymous said...

April 6th is the aniversary of the founding of the LDS church

Anonymous said...

Why don't all you people shut up and go turn your televisions on and go mind your business or maybe take your little boys and girls on a outing get involved with your families. There is a lot more problems in monogamy than in polygamy. Just go get the police records and have them published on this sight. I dont think you dare, it might reveal some adultery and drug problems and cheating and food stamp fraud and welfare fraud and tax evasion and underage pregnancy and oh my goodness I had better be quiet. shuuuuuuuuuuu

Anonymous said...

Ya and the laws are doing something about those problems out here. When was the last time you stood up and said to your church leader, "This young girl should not be getting married, she's only 16!" I bet you don't feel compelled to report anyone in your town who is cheating social security because who knows, maybe you'll get a slice of the pie too, right? And just the fact that your on here typing a message like the rest of us makes you a hipocrit, because I'm pretty damn sure you have more kids to take care of than all of us put together. Of coarse there are problems wherever you are and people who break the laws. But just because someone is concerned of the situation you and your family is in, and the whole town you live in for that matter, does that give you the right to yipe like a little pup just cause they care? didn't think so.

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Anonymous said...

OH LOOK! I FOUND ANOTHER PILE.

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Anonymous said...

Dear found another pile. Is that what you see in your father or grandfather that was told to leave town? Is he the man now that you thought he was 2 years ago?

Anonymous said...

Dear 10:00pm,

Please tell me that's sarcasm!