Tag Archive for Prophecy

Mighty And Strong Words

kalki-white-horse
 

 KALKI COMES ON A WHITE HORSE (From Hindu scripture) “In all nations, wealth and spirituality will decrease day by day until the entire world will be corrupt, crooked and depraved. Then property alone will confer rank or high reputation; money will…

One Nation Under God

WashingtonKneelinginPrayer
 

 A Land of Destiny Many years ago I had a dream or a vision about the destiny of this nation. I’d like to share it with you. It has some unique elements I have not found in prophetic statements that…

A New Prophet in Town

ProphetJosephSmith
 

 The Thesis of this Short Blog Post This is a small Mormon-based blog read by few people. I don’t think I appear on anyone’s list of recommended LDS blogs any more. That probably started when I went public with book…

Visualizing the Day of the Lord

MeteorsHittingCity
 

 Have you ever thought about what we will see, feel and experience when the physical events of the Lord’s return begin to unfold? What will your life be like on that day when the catastrophic destructions that have been prophesied…

And The Moon Shall Turn to Blood

MoonToBlood
 

 Thirty years ago, I encountered a book that changed my life. It introduced to me a unique way of interpreting and understanding prophetic phrases. Passages of scripture that previously mystified me with their obscurity became clear as day and have…

Looking to the Future

PlanetWithTail
 

 I think often about the future. I suppose most people do. We wonder what things will be like next year or ten years from now. We’re probably looking for a sense of security and stability so we can move ahead…

Orthodox Mormonism

SaltLakeTempleNight
 

 Is there such a thing as orthodoxy in Mormonism? And who has the right to proclaim what is orthodox in our religion that should or should not be believed? I understand and accept that the men I sustain as leaders…

Loss of the Sealing Power

PassingHeavenlyGift
 

 While in a sacred place a month ago a friend asked what I thought about “Passing the Heavenly Gift.” I confess that I had not heard of the book or the author, Denver Snuffer. I assume he asked my opinion…