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 General Conference, October 1926, p. 97 “Columbus built better than he knew. Wycliff, Luther, the reformers, explorers and conquerors all, as well as the founders of this nation, did likewise. And even the Latter-day Saints, with all their knowledge of divine plans and purposes, revealed from Heaven to enable them to execute another phase of God’s ““marvelous work and wonder,”” have no adequate conception of its future greatness and glory.” — Orson F. Whitney (more…)

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Conference Report, April 1925, p. 20 “Miracles are extraordinary results flowing from superior means and methods of doing things. When man wants light he strikes a match, or presses a button, or turns a switch—and lo! there is light. When God wants light, he says: “Let there be light.” It is simply a matter of knowing how to do things in a superior way, and having the power to do them. Man is gradually acquiring this power.

It is a far call from the tallow dip to the electric light. But the end is not yet. Improvements will continue to be made, and some day, perhaps, men may be able to make light just as the Lord makes it. Paradoxically, it might be said that the time will come when miracles will be so common that there will be none.” — Orson F. Whitney (more…)

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Are you on your way to Jerusalem with Him? Zechariah 11:8a; “Three shepherds also I cut off in one month…”


Matthew 23:33; “Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye escape the damnation of hell?”


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