8 ) Downfalls and annihilation of nations as the result of A. self justified righteousness,
B. pride, C. worldly pleasure, D. satisfying appetites outside of God ‛s set boundaries,
E. treating God ‛s strict commandments with casualness, F. ignoring that “ God cannot
look upon sin with the least degree of allowance.” ( Alma 45:16 )
 
     
  God won ‛t mind
if I wander out
of His light for a
moment.
 
  I just have a couple of sins.
They ‛re barely noticeable.
 
     
  As far as the Book of Mormon being a fraudulent work, “ there is not even
one scripture in the entire Book of Mormon that supports wickedness, or encourages the violation of any of God‛s commandments
.”
 
   
  He ‛s right about that one.
I tried to prove him wrong,
and now I am a bishop.
 

 

 

 

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