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Sep 1, 1987 (Age: 32)
Pleasant Grove, UT
Just to get an education right now.


Well-Known Member, 32, from Pleasant Grove, UT

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    1. Madhuri
      Hey Davy, I noticed that you visited my profile page and realised I hadn't replied to your last pm. I'll do so soon. I'm sorry about the wait!
    2. Madhuri
      Hey, soy milk is good if you only have a little bit. It has the potential to be unhealthy if you consume large quantities.
    3. Madhuri
      I'd be interested in knowing mroe about you too instead of just talking about myself. Only if you want to :)
    4. Humanistheart
      Ah I see, thank you for the clarification.
    5. Humanistheart
      Davy, if you don't mind my asking, what footnote in your bible addresses the hardening of the pharoes heart?
    6. lockyfan
      part 2 of 2 I suppose that's what it may be like when we get to meet him at some future point. But wouldn't that be great now? It would seem to me that the earth has never been in more need of a Prophet of God to raise a voice of counsel, warning, and exhortation

      They are not prophets as such, but I suggest the next time a Jehovahs Witness knocks on your door. Ask them your questions.

      You may laugh or be angry with this reply but I tell you truly. They have the answers. They are the mouthpice of God today and they only use what is in the bible. I am one myself and you saw my answers they helped you.

      I tell you it is truly amazing work trying to show people what Jehovah God really wants us to know. So that we can get to know him and have the personal relationship we were meant ot have with God.

      If you have any questions dont hesitate to ask me
    7. lockyfan
      (Part 1 of 2) Hi.

      In refence to your post on Why do we know so little about Jesus

      I Will quote the part i wish to tell you about.

      Foremost among these is the true character and nature of God. I believe that we can all come to know God personally as we seek to follow his commandments, follow Jesus, and apply his teachings. But knowing who God is is extremely important in my book. I think we need God to call another prophet (granted, I already believe he has). Forget that I believe in a latter day restoration and living apostles and prophets for a minute. Wouldn't it be glorious if we had a prophet called today to be the mouthpiece of the Lord? Or even better, what if he came and sojourned with us himself for a while? Wouldn't that be awesome? Wouldn't it be great just to ask him all those questions that we have?
    8. Katzpur
      Davy, have you submitted your papers for your mission yet? You are such an incredible member of the Church. I really admire the composure you show when responding to even the most hostile and beligerant comments, and the fact that you have such an open mind. Seriously, I'm not just trying to flatter you. You amaze me.
    9. ProudMuslim
      Hey Davy,

      I just want to say you seem like a really reasonable, open-minded, and respectful. What i like most about you is you want to understand, you are interested in objective debate and listen. I enjoy reading your posts and i always find them refreshing :)
    10. DavyCrocket2003
      The Lord spoke of our day through the prophet Amos when he said "Behold, the days come, saith the Lord God, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the Lord" Look around at the world we live in. We are experiencing a great famine. This prophecy speaks of us today.

      What are we to do? "Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price."

      The gospel is restored in its purity and its simplicity. Come and partake freely. Jesus stands with arms outstreched: "I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst."

      Listen to the words of Christ. Please come and drink from the living waters. Somewhere deep in your heart, there is an aching and hungering, a yearning. That is your spirit. It is a memory of the love of God and the incredible love he has for you. Please, do all you can to come to know our Saviour Jesus Christ.
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    Sep 1, 1987 (Age: 32)
    Pleasant Grove, UT
    Just to get an education right now.
    Christian (LDS Perspective)
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