Wednesday, November 9, 2011


photo taken up Big Cottonwood Canyon on October 9, 2011

I am trying to learn more about how to add things to this blog. Currently figuring out how to upload music. This is some work in progress.  This is a song that I recently heard that I really liked.
 It is by Brandon Heath entitled "Your Love"

“Wherefore, I now send upon you another Comforter, even upon you my friends, that it may abide in your hearts, even the Holy Spirit of promise; which other Comforter is the same that I promised unto my disciples, as is recorded in the testimony of John. This Comforter is the promise which I give unto you of eternal life, even the glory of the celestial kingdom; Which glory is that of the church of the Firstborn, even of God, the holiest of all, through Jesus Christ his Son”
D&C 88: 3-5

Christ is the Second Comforter. We don't talk much about this in church. The hope of seeing Christ face-to-face, of Him ministering to you personally, and of eventually receiving a promise from Him of eternal life in the celestial kingdom, is supposed to be the ultimate goal and aspiration of every true follower of Christ. That promise from Him of receiving your calling and election is something we don't talk much about either. However, you can read alot about it what Joseph Smith taught in the book, Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith and/or The Words of Joseph Smith. Either one of those books would be great study manuals for the Priesthood and Relief Society next year.    

I read this quote today that I thought was interesting: 
"When a people collectively downgrades its expectation regarding the necessity of heavenly interaction during mortality, and adopts instead a religion with decreased expectations based on ordinances controlled by man, apostasy sets in and destruction, both spiritual and physical, appears on the horizon. The true standard, to which the Gentiles specifically are supposed to seek, appears to be the only expectation lofty enough to generate the faith required to overcome the world and to prepare for His second coming."


  1. Thanks, David. I passed on your quote and can't imagine where you might have found it.

    I taught the HP in my ward last Sunday about the 2nd coming and how the City of Enoch is both our past and our future/our destiny and it is by receiving the 2nd comforter that we gain admittance. Pretty much only 1 brother commented and it was his unbelief that he could attain such. I told him that we need to repent of our belief in our inner voice and accept what the Savior promised. It's hard and I suffer from the same. Still, we seem to have little interest in such. How sad. Breaks my heart.


  2. Where did the last quote come from?

  3. It came from the blog "where are the angels". There is a link to the blog under my blog list. The author is a good friend of mine that prefers to remain unknown in cyberworld