Showing posts from January 5, 2012

A Warning to Zion

By J. Golden Kimball

The Lord will have a place whence His word will go forth, in these last days in purity, for if Zion will not purify herself, so as to be approved in all things in His sight, He will seek another people, for His work will go on until Israel is gathered and they who will not hear His voice must expect to feel His wrath.
Let me say unto you "seek to purify yourself and also all the inhabitants of Zion lest the Lord's anger be kindled in fierceness." Repent! repent, is the voice of God to Zion. It is evident to all Latter-day Saints who have faith in the Lord's promises that we will prosper and live in peace in the valleys of the mountains and be perfectly independent. We will have houses and lands, flocks and herds, food and raiment, and every good thing our hearts can desire, IF WE DO RIGHT.
If Latter-day Saints fail to keep the Lord's commandments and take the right course, we are sure to see sorrow and suffering, as this people have never s…

The Great Final Battle Correlation: Can America Escape This Fate?

The Great Final Battle
Mormon put out in front 230,000 shock troops, and that’s a lot of human beings. It has been estimated by authorities on the Book of Mormon that the population of the remnants of the Nephite people at this time numbered probably around four million. (See W. Cleon Skousen, Treasures from the Book of Mormon, Salt Lake City: Ensign Publishing, 1996, 4:116, 147) They probably covered a tremendous amount of territory.
You’re all familiar with the final catastrophe when it occurred. It started early in the morning. Mormon — large of stature, old, battle-scarred, one who testified of the Christ because he saw him, 75 years of age — was still strong enough to be the first one to hit the oncoming wave of the Lamanites.
As he stood out there in front of those 230,000 shock troops, he knew exactly what was going through the minds of all of the men around him. This was the end. They would never overcome this force. The Lamanites came at them in such overwhelming quantities that…

Very timely thoughts from Pres.Harold B. Lee (1973) matches up to current events!

There are some extraordinary and very timely thoughts from President
Harold B. Lee (speaking in October 1973) circulating on the Internet. I
looked into the quotation carefully and have confirmed that the words
below are accurate; at the end I list the sources. Latter-day Saints
and all Americans need this right now.

President Lee:
Men may fail in this country, earthquakes may come, seas may heave
beyond their bounds, there may be great drought, disaster, and hardship,
but this nation, founded on principles laid down by men whom God raised
up, will never fail.
This is the cradle of humanity, where life on this earth began in the
Garden of Eden. This is the place of the New Jerusalem. . . . This is
the place where the Savior will come to His temple.
We are living in a time of great crisis. The Country is torn with
scandal and with criticism, with faultfinding and condemnation. There
are those who have downgraded the image of this nation as probably never
before in the history of the co…

Zoobie Parasite (Plague) newest killing machine

Parasite turns honey bees into zombiesBy Eric Pfeiffer
By Eric Pfeiffer | The Sideshow – 10 hrs ago
A fly parasite may be responsible for wiping out half the world's honey bees A fly parasite is being blamed for an epidemic that has struck the honey bee population around the world. The parasite nests in the stomach of the bees and causes them to walk in circles, sometimes pursuing bright lights, before eventually dying.
The Parasitic Phorid Fly Apocephalus borealis is responsible for the zombie transformation, laying its eggs inside the abdomen of the honey bee.
"When we observed the bees for some time, the ones that were alive, we found that they walked around in circles, often with no sense of direction," said San Francisco State University's Andrew Core lead author on the bee parasite study in the journal Plos One.
Bees usually just sit in one place, sometimes curling up before they die, said Core. But the parasitised bees were still alive, unable to stand up on the…