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‘LAMED. For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven.’ Psalm 119:89

Our post today is a bit different than usual – PTL! Today we’re looking at two things that were totally new for me personally.

We’re starting with the verse listed above. For those who don’t know, ‘LAMED’ is the 12th letter of the Hebrew alphabet and it means to prick, or goad, as you would sheep. Hebrew4Christians.com is an excellent site to add for your everyday studies so be sure to check it out! It has some incredible info on ‘lamed’ you’ll not soon forget.

The other reason for pointing this out is a reminder for members of the LDS Church. We must always remember, no one has the right to add to God’s word. If you’re Christian, be sure to share your favorite verse from God’s word with the Mormon you know about this! (more…)

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JST Mark 15:25 “And they bring him unto the place called Golgotha, which is, (being interpreted,) The place of a burial.”

KJV Mark 15:22 “And they bring him unto the place Golgotha, which is, being interpreted, The place of a skull.”

Oh what a tangled web we weave… (more…)

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Matthew 24:35; “Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.”

According to Mormonism, a job requirement for the president of the Church is fulfilling the duties of a translator.

D&C 107:91 – 92; “And again, the duty of the President of the office of the High Priesthood…to be a seer, a revelator, a translator, and a prophet…” (Also see Mormon Doctrine, p. 591)

Joseph Smith Translation - JSTWe’ve seen many documents and books Mr. Smith translated in his short life, but one of his projects didn’t receive the same fanfare and accolades his other works have enjoyed. Considering the magnitude of this project with its potential effects and ramifications, one has to wonder what the holdup is all about, and why the Church hasn’t lauded the praise of the prophetic skills, and translating abilities of their beloved prophet.



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