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bluejay wrote:My daughter sent this to me.. has anyone else read this? She called me saying that her x-mother-in-law who is morman came home from the temple in Salt Lake City. She says that the mormans are very excited for one of their phrophecy's is being fulfilled having one of them as President. She says something about being part of the White horce. That the mormon belief with be strongly suggest if we know whats best for us. She says that Romney holds a high up position in the morman church. I have nothing to back that up. I don't know if anyone else has heard this. But she sent this to me and I wanted to share it.
HighBeams wrote: For the most part, I believe, the Mormon heirarchy lets politicians at Romney's level conduct their business as they wish. However, if The President or the Quorum of Twelve deem it necessary that their politicians support and vote in a certain direction for the good of the Mormon church, they will expect him to conform. This is why, while I'd love to see Obama fail to be re-elected, I have very real reservations about Romney as president.
Sword of Geddon wrote:At least Romney has core convictions and morals..Obama has none, he betrays his friends and so called principles at a whim.
Also the Mormons love America and want to save it. I think that is preferable to Obama's attitude of destroying America.
Unless of coarse the US is mystery babylon..in which case it will be destroyed no matter who is in office.
good4u1 wrote:Jericho and daf, what you follow spiritually will always shade your presidential decisions whether you are aware of it or not.. and that is what is scary.
Romney’s Faith, Silent but Deep
"...Relying on Prayer
Though Mr. Romney almost never discusses it or performs it in public, prayer is a regular and important part of his life, say friends who have joined him. They describe him closing his eyes and addressing God with thees and thous, composing his message to suit the occasion, whether at a church meeting, at a hospital bedside or in a solemn moment with family and friends.
“Prayer is not a rote thing with him,” said Ann N. Madsen, a Bible scholar and a friend. Rather than requesting a specific outcome, he more often asks for strength, wisdom and courage, according to several people who have prayed with him. “Help us see how to navigate this particular problem,” he often asks, according to Dr. Lewis Hassell, who served with Mr. Romney in church.
Former colleagues say they do not recall Mr. Romney praying in the workplace — some say they barely heard the word “God” come from his lips — but he did pray about work from his home.
“I remember literally kneeling down with Mitt at his home and praying about our firm,” Bob Gay, a former Bain colleague and current church official, told Jeff Benedict, author of “The Mormon Way of Doing Business.” “We did that in times of crisis, and we prayed that we’d do right by our people and our investors.” ...
good4u1 wrote:Because of our secular-progressive culture now (we are rapidly approaching parity with Europe) a true conservative republican will never again be elected to Presidential office a-la Reagan. Period. It is a sad fact all politically conservative-traditionalists must accept, me included. So we make the best of a very, very bad situation...we do this:
We are that close to the end of this age..how close? My lifetime. That close.
Jericho and daf, what you follow spiritually will always shade your presidential decisions whether you are aware of it or not.. and that is what is scary.
I knew Obama was not what he claimed his background as a political community organizer was no where near the qualification to be a national President. But in the last Presidential cycle that, for some reason, didn't matter to the American electorate no matter if Ronald Reagan could come back to life, a Republican had no chance. So we have suffered in more ways than one. Failed policy after failed policy of the ultra-left, Obama will never succeed in a capitalist economy. But the question remains, have the American electorate learned that as well? We will see come November.
Sword of Geddon wrote:Obama isn't very popular nationally right now..despite what the polls will have you believe...
good4u1 wrote:Okay, this is your opinion which is okay but no real data for it other than wishing. If it matters, I wish that too. But Romney's msg must be in sharp contrast to Obama's and the incredibly uninformed American electorate needs to make a decision; otherwise, they look like two sides of the same coin to them, we do not have long to wait less than 6 mos.
Sword of Geddon wrote:Think about it this way. The Left is scared of Romney. They would not be scared if he was one of them, a Progressive.
Sword of Geddon wrote:I'm sorry but I'm just tired of hearing that election is only about the economy and nothing else. Its not just about the economy. Its about the role of government, its about good vs evil. Its about so much more than a person having a little less cash than normal.
I beg to differ. I have a book (or had, I lent it and it hasn't been returned yet after 5 years!) called "Why Revival Tarries," by Leonard Ravenhill. This book was published in the 1950's, and you know what I found? They were struggling with the SAME issues we are today! In his introduction he speaks of hundreds of thousands of illegal abortions performed in the United States each year, teen pregnancy, etc.As for the spiritual state of our country, affecting us... We are in decline. Agreed on that. And on that point, there may not be a fix at all till the 2nd coming.
kirthril wrote: As for the spiritual state of our country, affecting us... We are in decline. Agreed on that. And on that point, there may not be a fix at all till the 2nd coming.
The result of the lukewarm "don't get involved" attitude with Christianity in early 20th century Europe was the near complete destruction of Christianity in Europe. Why? Because Christians did not stand for anything. They condoned evil. Starting with Darwin's theory of evolution in the late 1800s, the church in Europe promoted lies. It was no longer different from the non-believers.
So in Europe..Christianity died.
Sword of Geddon wrote:It does not matter if righteousness is not the popular thing, what matters is the righteousness itself.
Exit40 wrote:Mat 5:9 Blessed [are] the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.
Sword of Geddon wrote:I think whenever we have the opportunity to do the right thing we should take it. If we have the chance to help the helpless, we should help.
Evil wins when the good do nothing..I don't think God would want us to do nothing if we could do something.
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