What Next? – 2 Nephi 32:1-9

1 And now, behold, my beloved brethren, I suppose that ye ponder somewhat in your hearts concerning that which ye should do after ye have entered in by the way. But, behold, why do ye ponder these things in your hearts? [That was my first question after I had my baptism of fire and gift of the Holy Ghost.]

2 Do ye not remember that I said unto you that after ye had received the Holy Ghost ye could speak with the tongue of angels? And now, how could ye speak with the tongue of angels save it were by the Holy Ghost? [To speak with the tongue of angels is to be overcome by the Spirit and to speak the words given to you. This can be in the form of prophecy, tongues, and revelation. It is a beautiful experience.]

3 Angels speak by the power of the Holy Ghost; wherefore, they speak the words of Christ. Wherefore, I said unto you, feast upon the words of Christ; for behold, the words of Christ will tell you all things what ye should do. [This is a critical point to consider. The Lord will give you exactly what you need to do next to draw closer to Him and be a servant. What are the “words of Christ” that you are to feast upon? They are all communications from Him. This comes in the form of revelation received by prayer, scripture, or other people. This is the “word of God” as defined by the “rod of iron” that Nephi saw leading to the Tree of Life. You will reach it eventually.]

After I had my gift of the Holy Ghost given, having asked the Lord, “What Next?,” I was led to do many unconventional things. Six months later this culminated in my Second Comforter experience. Each of our paths will be different, but you must rely upon revelation to be led to do exactly what the Lord has for you.

4 Wherefore, now after I have spoken these words, if ye cannot understand them it will be because ye ask not, neither do ye knock; wherefore, ye are not brought into the light, but must perish in the dark. [You should tape these words next to your bed. There is much that we do not understand, yet God will give you answers to your prayers and lead you to what you need as fast as possible. There is a law in Heaven called, “The Law of Asking.” You must ask in faith (Seek revelation and act upon it.)]

5 For behold, again I say unto you that if ye will enter in by the way, and receive the Holy Ghost, it will show unto you all things what ye should do. [What a beautiful promise!]

6 Behold, this is the doctrine of Christ, and there will be no more doctrine given until after he shall manifest himself unto you in the flesh. And when he shall manifest himself unto you in the flesh, the things which he shall say unto you shall ye observe to do. [This scripture is confused by many to mean when they have their Second Comforter. It is referring to receiving their gift of the Holy Ghost. Until that time comes we are only to receive the Doctrine of Christ. At that critical juncture we literally have Christ’s Atonement manifest to us while in our mortal bodies (the flesh).  After this occurs, Nephi reminds us that the Lord will show us all things that we need to observe to do going forward.]

7 And now I, Nephi, cannot say more; the Spirit stoppeth mine utterance, [I can relate to that. These were the words the Lord said to me when I asked, “How will I know if I am saying too much in my writing? When I’ve been stopped it feels like He literally shuts my mouth or contains me.] and I am left to mourn because of the unbelief, and the wickedness, and the ignorance, and the stiffneckedness of men; for they will not search knowledge, nor understand great knowledge, when it is given unto them in plainness, even as plain as word can be.

It is a lonely and difficult feeling to watch so many wandering in their search for God when He is standing at the gate inviting them. The reason He is not seen by many is that people are rigid in their views of Christ, and have false traditions that bind them from coming to Him. How does the Lord compensate for this? He sends prophets to teach. He has His words written to be studied and prayed upon. When things become horribly wicked He humbles the people by allowing wars, famine, or disasters to shake them. His mercy is always extended until the day that the earth is finished. Unfortunately, mostly the Elect are the only ones to listen. These are those whose hearts were prepared before they came to mortality having made the covenant with God beforehand to receive Him in this life.

8 And now, my beloved brethren, I perceive that ye ponder still in your hearts; and it grieveth me that I must speak concerning this thing. For if ye would hearken unto the Spirit which teacheth a man to pray, ye would know that ye must pray; for the evil spirit teacheth not a man to pray, but teacheth him that he must not pray. [Are you pondering in your heart, “What should I do now?” The answer is to pray to the Lord. Ask Him, “Father, what next? How can I make the straight line to thee? Please, remove my stumbling blocks and show me. I will give all that I have to know thee and be thy servant. I love you more that anything in my life!]

9 But behold, I say unto you that ye must pray always, and not faint [give up]; that ye must not perform any thing unto the Lord save in the first place ye shall pray unto the Father in the name of Christ, that he will consecrate thy performance unto thee, that thy performance may be for the welfare of thy soul. [Anything that you do as a servant of the Lord must first be given as permission by the Spirit so that it is consecrated by Him. This is true in all your actions taken to know Him better, your attempt to seek Him, even the questions you ask. I always seek the Lord’s Spirit in even writing down the questions I will ask during my holy time. I don’t just throw random questions when I’m with Him (Except for that one about His beard.) Also, I always check before I give a blessing, healing, speak in His name, write, and do anything that I believe has relevance to being a servant of God. I carry a prayer in my heart all day, which means that I do my best to carry the Spirit with me, in thanksgiving, as I am sensitive to any communication I receive from the Lord. I call out to Him all day long in my mind or vocally. What a beautiful journey!]

I should say, after we receive such great blessings, life is still hard, challenging, and at times you want to collapse. Its hard to be 100% with it all the time. We must continue to repent and seek Him. The Lord understands. I have many times in my experiences with Him expressed my sorrow at not being more strong or coming to Him more often. He smiles, expresses His love to me and encourages me to keep going. The big question to consider is “What is the desire of your heart?’ This will lead to all blessings for you.

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15 Responses to What Next? – 2 Nephi 32:1-9

  1. Mike Ross says:

    I think most of us understand the monumental task you have undertaken with this blog and now this book of Mormon project. I know we are grateful, PR. It’s not a wasted effort and the impact is significant. The light from the truth is almost tangible and has absolutely straightened out my path. I am being changed through the spirit of the Lord present from this discipline. My heart leaps with joy when I see others posting their thoughts and comments and questions.

    which brings me to my question:

    In your opinion, what are the most damnable ways that people are “too rigid” in their views of Christ? [What is the “most damnable” differs much from person to person. The most common are false traditions or unbelief. For example: anything beyond the Doctrine of Christ that is set as a standard for worthiness to achieve the Celestial Kingdom. Instead of focusing upon a relationship with Christ, we focus upon tasks and duties that equal worthiness. And then the assumption that we have arrived. “All is well in Zion” is how Nephi described it. PR]
    I ask because even though I know that is a great question for the Lord to answer, I have seen the answer come from Him only to have my own unbelief totally throw it out! And maybe it’s not something you are comfortable commenting on, which is fine also. Thanks again! [I had to realize this question for myself during my journey. It is a difficult time of self evaluation. Things really took off for me and my relationship with Christ when I resolved not to let anybody tell me what to do, to focus on whatever revelation I was receiving. I told the Lord I would do it. He tested me according to my faith. It was stepping into the dark, but the reward was far more than I bargained. He gives us line upon line, as they say. Fear is what prevents most of us from taking the necessary steps. Love is what pushes us forward into His arms.]

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  2. S Silver says:

    [From the comment above: Things really took off for me and my relationship with Christ when I resolved not to let anybody tell me what to do, to focus on whatever revelation I was receiving. I told the Lord I would do it. He tested me according to my faith. It was stepping into the dark, but the reward was far more than I bargained. He gives us line upon line, as they say. Fear is what prevents most of us from taking the necessary steps.]

    I know this fear. I followed some bad “revelation” ten years ago from the adversary (I couldn’t discern and was moving too fast, not checking things against scripture). It resulted in me being heart-shattered and berated by my husband, a bishop and a good friend. I was treated like a crazy person for even thinking I could hear God. I prayed for 8 months, begging for discernment, and feeling nothing. One night I slapped my hands down on the bed in the middle of a prayer, done with the “thees” and “thous” and fake righteous talk. I said “Lord, I just need to know your voice!”

    He answered me ‘aloud’, in that it sounded as if it was aloud and yet as if I was hearing it with the space between my inner ear and my skull. (Hard to describe. Like it was piped directly into only my ear drums.) Jesus said “Do you know my voice?” and I had a full body reaction. My kneeling body reflexively and instinctively crouched lower to the floor, absolutely recognizing the voice of my Creator, while my spirit perked up, moving in the opposite direction to look up and over for Him. I felt my body and my spirit go in those two different directions and realized my spirit was “wearing” my body, for lack of a better term. I instantly understood why the Lord’s voice is described as thunder because of the way it seemed to thrum or reverberate through me with power. I understood why His voice is called the double edged sword because it pierced me to the center. I understood how every knee will bow – the act of kneeling is instinctive and your body WANTS to kneel in His presence, the same way it reflexively jerks your hand away from something hot. You have a very natural desire to kneel. This, and so much more, came into my mind and understanding in that split second. This is how He taught me discernment and how He taught me about revelation.

    And yet I’m still so fearful of being led astray. I’m afraid of my husband treating me like I’m crazy again because it was so painful to try to seek Christ with blind excitement and have the adversary answer me and publicly gut me as quickly as he could. Joseph knew exactly what he was talking about when he said the most harmful, hurtful thing was to believe you were following the spirit of God and then discover you had been deceived. (But I know being afraid of the adversary is a sin and a weakness and holding me back.)

    What can I pray to ask for when it comes to overcoming my fear? I’ve already had that encounter with the venemous subtlety of the adversary and been pummeled so my fear is real. Plus I still don’t have the baptism of fire or gift of the Holy Ghost. I’m kind of a tangled mess but I mostly fear continuing to pray for YEARS with not much happening by way of answers. (Sigh. I know I should take this up with God but I’m even afraid to pray aloud lest the adversary get more dirt on me.)

    Should I pray for courage? Or maybe I’m closer to that broken heart I need as-is?? [I’m sorry it has been so hard for you. Fear is certainly a deterrent to receiving revelation. I would be cautious who you share your experiences with, as it can lead to heartache when given to those unprepared. It is extremely hard to do this journey and not have a spouse on the same page. For anyone reading this, try to always have their support. Easier said than done, but it is worth going slower for their sake than to speed ahead too quickly. At this stage in your sorrow, I would seek to gather holiness and simply pray with determination to have a relationship with your Lord. The book “How to Open Your Spiritual Eyes” has all my best advice for how to move forward in the process. It also details what can prevent us from having success. Usually, there is a reason for what is holding us back. Only you can determine what that may be, but if your heart is unshaken you will find what you are looking for. PR]

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  3. woodberries says:

    S Silver. I like you!! What a beautiful experience. I have a hard time describing how the Holy Ghost speaks to me. Almost like someone talking to me, but in my head, not my ears. The same thing repeated and remembered with exactness until I do the thing mentioned. Yours sounds similar but VERY INTENSE.
    You have a beautiful humble heart and I can feel that. HUGS from your sister (in Christ).

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  4. woodberries says:

    Anonymous, this is very inspirational. Thanks again.
    It’s amazing how I’ve read these words all my life and you give it a clarity that I never imagined! (Not just this post, of course!) Your words strengthen my desire to Know Him.

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  5. Karla says:

    I was looking forward to you doing these chapters, 31 and 32. I’ve always felt that there was so much in them, but couldn’t exactly know what. Many things came to my mind, but that was just scratching the surface sort of thing. Now that I’m on this path of awakening I’m seeing what I couldn’t see before, your explanation has made it even more obvious. The beauty of its simplicity, and yet unless we are on this path, coming to Christ, letting Him open our spiritual eyes we won’t see it.

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  6. J B says:

    Wonderfully inspiring information! “… Then SINGS MY SOUL my Savior God to thee how great thou art —–how great thou art…”

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  7. Mike Ross says:

    “I should say, after we receive such great blessings, life is still hard, challenging, and at times you want to collapse. Its hard to be 100% with it all the time. We must continue to repent and seek Him. The Lord understands.”

    I admit I don’t understand that. It seems life, while challenging as it can be, would also be so much easier to go through having been with Him. It seems like the comfort of knowing the Lord like that would bolster your ability to do most earth things. Or does the newness of what you have experienced wear off? [Until the body is translated, we still struggle with the flesh. We get sick, tired, irritable at times. Satan is not out of your life, he works on you in more subtle ways. The familiar spirits never leave. Even Christ dealt with evil spirits even up until his death upon the cross. The Lord encourages me to come to Him more, but it is in many cases like running a marathon. It takes preparation and focus, and so worth it. Do not think that if you have your calling and election made sure that everything is easy from hence forth. PR]

    Is it more like a whole new set of challenges arrive? I imagine it must weigh on people who have paid the price to see the Lord… it must be difficult and even exhausting to see so many billions stray so far. And then to have to watch family members and friends close to you not even attempt the path. Or spurn/ ridiculeyou… does that happen? That must be heavy! [I actually feel more at peace, because I trust in the Lord more. I’ve seen how he operates and He is in every detail. I feel sorrow for the pain of others and my heart aches for those who will not repent; but I’m not stressed about that. My stresses are more that I can balance my life in a way that pleases the Lord. I don’t want to have a hiccup and miss something important he needed me to do because I was distracted. These are human tendencies. The part of my life that gives me the most anxiety is regarding the rescue missions I am required to do. They are heart renching at times and take me far out of my comfort zone.]

    Do you see any persecution from others, subtle or otherwise in your life for your experiences?

    Is that one of the reasons you have chosen to be anon? [The Lord told me to remain anonymous for now until I finish another part of my mission. I can see the wisdom in it. Also, as I’ve said before, it would distract from the message if people we’re focused on a personality. In some ways they still do and I don’t know how to get around that. I hope people read all this and think to themselves, “So, this guy has had some crazy experiences. I wonder if any of it is true? I will pray and see if what he is teaching is true. If it is true, then perhaps I can have the same experiences. All this reading of Anonymous is giving me ideas that I can take to the Lord and try for myself!” PR]

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  8. Mike Ross says:

    As for focusing on the personality, its a two edged sword. On one side I understand your entire blog and books broadcast “Come follow HIM, not me”, but on the other hand you’ve likely been camping and see how moths and coleman lanterns react. High potency of light attracts others to it… we can’t help it. I really am sensitive in trying to not perpetuate towards a cult of personality… and every time I post here I worry I’m doing it again. And I’m probably doing it right now GAH!

    “So, this guy has had some crazy experiences. I wonder if any of it is true? I will pray and see if what he is teaching is true.”

    PLEASE know that yes, that is the thought process that continuously runs in my head and heart. Continuously. It’s a breath of fresh air to think it.

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  9. I understand the “cult of personality” thing. Look at how the Church fawns over its own leaders. It’s actually healthy to think less of Anonymous but be intrigued enough by the writings to ask questions of yourself.

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  10. J B says:

    Ha! love all the candor in this thread…

    speaking of love– We benefit from seeing how meek and deflecting of greatness Jesus was… I love that Christ was always quick to give credit to his Father… “Why callest thou me good…. Now granted, he knew he was the Lamb with out blemish and that shortly the addendum in 3nephi would be added: “be ye therefore perfect even as I and your Father in Heaven is perfect…” But as he walked this devil infested earth— He was ever mindful of where his strength etc derived from… a powerful ability to spiritually ascend through clear devotion and worship to what makes Christian people great—– is gained through this particular message and example of our Savior… So grateful for the Book of Mormon which sheds light on how our ascending worship of Christ should eventually look like:

    1 And now, it came to pass that when king Benjamin had thus spoken to his people, he sent among them, desiring to know of his people if they believed the words which he had spoken unto them.

    2 And they all cried with one voice, saying: Yea, we believe all the words which thou hast spoken unto us; and also, we know of their surety and truth, because of the Spirit of the Lord Omnipotent, which has wrought a mighty change in us, or in our hearts, that we have no more disposition to do evil, but to do good continually.

    3 And we, ourselves, also, through the infinite goodness of God, and the manifestations of his Spirit, have great views of that which is to come; and were it expedient, we could prophesy of all things.

    4 And it is the faith which we have had on the things which our king has spoken unto us that has brought us to this great knowledge, whereby we do rejoice with such exceedingly great joy.

    5 And we are willing to enter into a covenant with our God to do his will, and to be obedient to his commandments in all things that he shall command us, all the remainder of our days, that we may not bring upon ourselves a never-ending torment, as has been spoken by the angel, that we may not drink out of the cup of the wrath of God.

    6 And now, these are the words which king Benjamin desired of them; and therefore he said unto them: Ye have spoken the words that I desired; and the covenant which ye have made is a righteous covenant.

    7 And now, because of the covenant which ye have made ye shall be called the children of Christ, his sons, and his daughters; for behold, this day he hath spiritually begotten you; for ye say that your hearts are changed through faith on his name; therefore, ye are born of him and have become his sons and his daughters.

    8 And under this head ye are made free, and there is no other head whereby ye can be made free. There is no other name given whereby salvation cometh; therefore, I would that ye should take upon you the name of Christ, all you that have entered into the covenant with God that ye should be obedient unto the end of your lives.

    9 And it shall come to pass that whosoever doeth this shall be found at the right hand of God, for he shall know the name by which he is called; for he shall be called by the name of Christ.

    10 And now it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall not take upon him the name of Christ must be called by some other name; therefore, he findeth himself on the left hand of God.

    11 And I would that ye should remember also, that this is the name that I said I should give unto you that never should be blotted out, except it be through transgression; therefore, take heed that ye do not transgress, that the name be not blotted out of your hearts.

    12 I say unto you, I would that ye should remember to retain the name written always in your hearts, that ye are not found on the left hand of God, but that ye hear and know the voice by which ye shall be called, and also, the name by which he shall call you.

    13 For how knoweth a man the master whom he has not served, and who is a stranger unto him, and is far from the thoughts and intents of his heart?

    14 And again, doth a man take an ass which belongeth to his neighbor, and keep him? I say unto you, Nay; he will not even suffer that he shall feed among his flocks, but will drive him away, and cast him out. I say unto you, that even so shall it be among you if ye know not the name by which ye are called.

    15 Therefore, I would that ye should be steadfast and immovable, always abounding in good works, that Christ, the Lord God Omnipotent, may seal you his, that you may be brought to heaven, that ye may have everlasting salvation and eternal life, through the wisdom, and power, and justice, and mercy of him who created all things, in heaven and in earth, who is God above all. Amen.

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  11. S Silver says:

    Thank you not only for all you share but also the comment section. It truly helps.

    Last night I took my feelings to the Lord. He was gentle and is having me start at square one, with working on quieting & emptying my mind. Not letting fears, worries or never-ending to-do lists and mental chatter distract me. That’s what I’m to practice doing right now. It was nice to receive help so quickly! It was also very simple. I like to sit quietly outside in nature and I realized that this IS what I’m supposed to be doing because it is part of quieting myself and preparing my mind. Your suggestion to “simply pray with determination to have a relationship with your Lord” really did help me. I also noticed – and loved – that you used the phrase “your Lord”, very much how Nephi calls him “my Jesus”!

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  12. S Silver says:

    Also, I find your rescue mission stories fascinating and full of proof that God truly is of great kindness and mercy. I have felt a seed planted in me that in future times of distress that I could cry out to the Lord, knowing He is mighty to save and has Servants that He sends. And by knowing I mean KNOWING because you were brave enough to share.

    Please, keep sharing as many of the rescue mission stories as you are allowed. I don’t know our God but through you, I am gathering enough little tidbits about His awesome character that I’m finding the courage to continue wearying Him with my questions!

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  13. Mike Ross says:

    “I told the Lord I would do it. He tested me according to my faith.”
    PR- I am right here at the moment with some instructions from Him that are testing my limits. Which is great except I am seeking to really make sure I have the instructions correct before I jump into it. When do you … ok how.. or when you first started hearing the Lord more clearly but there was that twinge of “am I sure that is what I am supposed to do”…

    Is it appropriate to ask a second or even a third (ok not going to hide it… fourth) time? At what point does seeking clarification become fearful and faithless? Or is there even a fine line on this between faithful moving forward and faithless fear? [That is a very appropriate question. Fear is not of the Lord, as you know. When the Lord tells you to do something by the Spirit, you feel constrained to do it. You can ask and seek a confirmation, but the thought of not doing it is more unfathomable that not. Each of the difficult revelations I have received in the past have come with a reassurance that I was doing the right thing. I just couldn’t resist the commandment because I knew it was right. Sometimes, afterward, I wondered if it was right. There are times that we could go years without a witness that what we did made any sense. I’ve seen some things end in failure, only to find out years later it was to set everything up for a powerful intervention of the Lord. You must trust Him. Imagine how Lehi and his family felt leaving Jerusalem. They did not receive any validation until almost ten years later. PR]

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  14. Karla says:

    I’ve been asking more times than I should if this is what He really wants from me, at first He was yes, trust me, and He would show me why I should do it, I even received a confirmation just as I asked, but now He is quiet, why do I question this? Is it fear? How can I get courage to be obedient? I feel like Nephi being asked to slay Laban, he wished he wouldn’t have to, and God told him what would happen if he didn’t go through with it, the same for me I’ve been told what would happen if I don’t go through with this, but my heart breaks. [Karla, I would write yourself a blessing. Then see that as your personal scripture if you get a confirmation. PR]

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  15. Andy Peterson says:

    Just some thoughts this morning…

    2 Ne 32:5 For behold, again I say unto you that if ye will enter in by the way, and receive the Holy Ghost, it will show unto you all things what ye should do.
    6 Behold, this is the doctrine of Christ, and there will be no more doctrine given until after he shall manifest himself unto you in the flesh. And when he shall manifest himself unto you in the flesh, the things which he shall say unto you shall ye observe to do.

    “Entering in by the way” Faith, repentance, baptism, gotHG

    Faith in what? -Jesus Christ, you come to hear and see him beckoning to you to leave your nets and to follow him. If you chose to listen and to believe then you will drop your nets and leave your fishing boats.

    This is repentance. The act of dropping your nets; a turning from the life that “you” created or built for yourself and a turning to Christ who promises you a better life “in him”. When we repent it is more than just turning from our sins but it is turning from ourselves. This process reaches a climatic leap of faith….a critical decision to do something that will disrupt your life forever….you willingly submit to an eternal covenant to take upon you Christ’s Name and Christ’s Life, forever leaving behind your fishing nets, because you were told that you will now be made “fishers of men”. You are baptized by water.

    This Baptism is a solemn covenant of obedience to Gods law, both his written law found in the scriptures but more importantly the unwritten law that is written upon your heart. The Holy Ghost (messenger(s)) will be sent to give you commandments to further leave the world(sacrifice) by the quiet whisperings of the still small voice. If we harken to these whispering in faith, without “seeing” then we have witnessed to this secret messenger that we do not sell our tokens for money but that we do in fact keep them sacred and that our intent is to someday receive further light and knowledge that our sacrifices are in deed accepted by the Lord and recorded in heaven and one day soon these messengers will then be sent to us in their true identity as “true messengers” sent from the father to give us the witness of our faith. Our faith is no longer faith, we no longer “believe” but these things that we once relied on become “sure” they become “knowledge”. And we are born again….no longer are we who we use to be….our very natures have been forever changed and we in a very real sense “receive the Holy Ghost”.

    This Reception of the Holy Ghost is as a baptism of Fire upon us. We are changed from our carnal selves and receive a token of a new level of existence. No longer are we pursuing the same object as we were before, because we have now received all of these things and our new objective is to strictly and many times blindly obey all things which the Holy Ghost will show you to do. “He” becomes your new “law”. If you chose to obey with exactness you will be clothed in the robes of the priesthood and introduced to the savior (in time), and this event will change you and the world that you live in…no longer will you be subjected to the laws of a telestial world but you will be brought into a high order of things.

    “Behold, this is the doctrine of Christ, and there will be no more doctrine given until after he shall manifest himself unto you in the flesh. And when he shall manifest himself unto you in the flesh, the things which he shall say unto you shall ye observe to do.”

    Where do you and I stand in this progression? Are we waiting for these things to come upon us on their own, after this life? This Is A False Belief and Another Wicked Tradition of Our Fathers and A Lie From Our adversary…Who whispers in our ears, “ All is Well in Zion…. yea Zion prospers, and carefully he will lead all who follow these lies down to Hell. I can not deny that I have received promptings to leave my nets in specific ways, but I still cling to them in fear, and then I wonder why my prayers are not answered and why I do not receive the further light and knowledge that I am looking for. Is the lord asking you to leave Jerusalem in some way and to depart into the wilderness with nothing more than your family, your provisions, and your tents….because Jerusalem will soon be destroyed? Perhaps only figuratively? But because “no one else is doing this” and because “the prophet has not commanded us to do this” we hold onto our nets and because we receive no further commandments we say, “I Go a Fishing”…. and we push the promptings aside pick up our current lives and go to work, because when we are busy we can not think on the guilt we have for not obeying the Lord.

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