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Pres. Packer spoke vast truths to my heart.

Isn't the Spirit fancinating!!!

Each person receives what he or she needs from every talk.

Pres. Packer spoke vast truths to my heart. I was told among other things:

1) We have the power over the adversary because we have bodies. Never think Satan and his minions can overpower you. Lucifer will lose!
2) Follow the Holy Spirit (listen and obey quickly) and you will not have need to fear and you will live to a ripe age filled with the wonder of even great-grandchildren.
3) He didn't tell us that the end of the world as we know it will never come. To me he said that there will be no end of the world...that is doctrine. There are devastating events in all ages that change us and the world that we know at the time - BUT - the world goes on...it has a pre-determined destiny.
4) We hold the key to be washed clean...it is the atonement.
5) Dress modestly, talk reverently, listen to uplisting music, keep away from all things degrading.
6) As we understand and act on his wise counsel, w…

Mormon apostle Boyd K. Packer: The end isn’t near!

Mormon apostle Boyd K. Packer: The end isn’t near What we have here is a CLASSIC MEDIA attempt by the Salt Lake Tribune to put a liberal Anti-Preparedness SPIN what Pres. Packer was saying.


By peggy fletcher stack
The Salt Lake Tribune
First published: Oct 01 2011 11:31AM
Updated 5 hours ago

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/52...emple.html.csp


The end is not near, senior LDS apostle Boyd K. Packer said Saturday.

Today’s youths can look forward to "getting married, having a family, seeing your children and grandchildren, maybe even great-grandchildren," Packer told more than 20,000 Mormons gathered in the giant LDS Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City.

His speech came during the opening session of the 181st Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with millions watching via satellite and on the Internet.

LDS President Thomas S. Monson was not in his seat as the conference began but arrived about midway due to "a delay en ro…