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Soros: China Must Be Part Of The New World Order (Fulfillment of Pres. Benson's 1966 Prophecy)

Fulfillment of Pres. Benson's 1966 Prophecy (With video link) 1966 Prophecy

Interesting that this article/video should surface at this time of our history. The Lord's plan is going to win regardless. Even though there will be some slight detours along the way, God and Christ and Their Kingdom will overcome the World.

One of my favorite quotes from Thomas Monson: 

"Your Future is as bright as your faith in Jesus Christ." 
In an address given on February 28, 1966 and recorded in his book, "An Enemy Hath Done This", on pages 106-107, EzraTaftBenson spoke about the buildup of communism and socialism in the future of the U.S.A.; what damages these doctrines would bring, and what it would take for Americans to willingly accept these evil doctrines.


In his published book, he stated: 

"There would be a further huge expansion of government and of its control over our economy, education, m…

Press Forward with a Steadfastness in Christ - (This EASTER Is Unique In ALL Of History)

This Easter is Unique in All of History This Easter is Unique in All of History

by John P. Pratt (1 Mar 2016)

Easter Sunday this year on 27 Mar 2016 is unique in history in symbolizing both the Savior's birth and resurrection.

Easter Sunday celebrates what is to most Christians the most important event in all of history: the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Son of God and Savior of mankind. It is a day to remember and contemplate all that the Savior has done for us, especially giving everyone the gift of resurrection. This article announces that Easter this year, Sun 27 Mar 2016, occurs on holy days on two other sacred calendars which makes it unique in all of history and especially symbolic of both the Savior's birth and resurrection.

1. Why does the date of Easter vary?

Why does the date of Easter jump around in the spring so that we always have to look at a calendar to know when it is? How is the date determined? Why isn't it simply celebrated on the same day every year?