…besides, if you asked the Prophet all you hear in return is:
“I don’t know that we teach that.”
Rhonda | Email | Homepage | 04.19.05 – 7:00 pm | #
Why speculate on the Prophet’s answer when you can speculate on Christ’s?
Amen, Rusty. In fact we have it even better. We won’t get an appointment with the prophet, but we have a standing personal appointment with his boss. Why not just go to the top of the organization with those kind of questions?
Geoff Johnston | Email | Homepage | 04.19.05 – 7:19 pm | #
J. Stapley | Email | Homepage | 04.19.05 – 9:22 pm | #
Just give up the poker games already, Rusty.
Susan M | Email | Homepage | 04.19.05 – 11:08 pm | #
LOL!! Susan, that’s hilarious. It actually wasn’t poker. In fact, I’ve only played poker maybe a dozen times in my life.
Rusty | Email | Homepage | 04.19.05 – 11:46 pm | #
I guess speculating on WWJD is good and gives us a certain perspective. But wouldn’t the better question be “What am I going to do?”
Knowing what is the right thing to do is far different than doing it. If we are truly trying to be Christlike, then “what am I going to do?” is where the real rubber meets the road!
Don | Email | Homepage | 04.20.05 – 1:21 pm | #
I thought we put CTR on our bracelets.
I’ve an inactive I home teach, he gives CTR rings to his employees.
Interesting, what we retain.
Stephen M (Ethesis) | Email | Homepage | 04.22.05 – 12:27 am | #
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