SilentOne

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  1. SilentOne

    New Temple Predictions

    And after going through the whole thread, I found correct guesses from Scott last year.
  2. SilentOne

    New Temple Predictions

    2 points for Me 1 2 points for Me 2 I guess that makes it a tie.
  3. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "For thousands of years from the time of Adam up to Christ’s crucifixion, millions of people had entered the dark grave and suffered death and the end of life. For thousands of years, no one had ever returned. When our Redeemer arose from the tomb with his resurrected and immortal body, he robbed death of its sting and the grave of its victory. Man was freed from sin’s dark prison. Death was conquered; Christ won the victory. He had opened heaven’s gate." – George P. Lee, October 1982
  4. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "The postmortal ministry of the Lord continued in other realms. Jesus ministered unto the dead in the postearthly spirit world. Peter testified that 'the gospel [was] preached also to them that are dead, that they might be judged according to men in the flesh, but live according to God in the spirit." John taught of this as well: 'The dead shall hear the voice of the Son of God: and they that hear shall live.'" – Russell M. Nelson, April 1987
  5. SilentOne

    New Temple Predictions

    I am now going to compete against myself and say Mazatlán, Mexico; Wellington, New Zealand; Oslo, Norway; Cincinnati, Ohio; Edinburgh, Scotland; Cape Town, South Africa; Seville, Spain; Kampala, Uganda; and Richfield, Utah
  6. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "On that Friday the Savior of mankind was humiliated and bruised, abused and reviled. It was a Friday filled with devastating, consuming sorrow that gnawed at the souls of those who loved and honored the Son of God. I think that of all the days since the beginning of this world’s history, that Friday was the darkest. But the doom of that day did not endure. The despair did not linger because on Sunday, the resurrected Lord burst the bonds of death. He ascended from the grave and appeared gloriously triumphant as the Savior of all mankind." – Joseph B. Wirthlin, October 2006
  7. SilentOne

    Adventures in Indexing

    Any McCoys?
  8. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "Under the Father’s great eternal plan, it is the Savior who suffered. It is the Savior who broke the bands of death. It is the Savior who paid the price for our sins and transgressions and blots them out on condition of our repentance. It is the Savior who delivers us from physical and spiritual death. There is no amorphous entity called 'the Atonement' upon which we may call for succor, healing, forgiveness, or power. Jesus Christ is the source. Sacred terms such as Atonement and Resurrection describe what the Savior did, according to the Father’s plan, so that we may live with hope in this life and gain eternal life in the world to come. The Savior’s atoning sacrifice—the central act of all human history—is best understood and appreciated when we expressly and clearly connect it to Him." – Russell M. Nelson, April 2017
  9. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "You will at times have your faith challenged by Satan; it happens to all disciples of Jesus Christ. Your defense against these attacks is to keep the Holy Ghost as your companion. The Spirit will speak peace to your soul. He will urge you forward in faith. And He will bring back the memory of those times when you felt the light and the love of Jesus Christ." – Henry B. Eyring, April 2017
  10. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "The Son, the greatest of all, was chosen by the Father to carry out the Father’s plan—to exercise the Father’s power to create worlds without number and to save the children of God from death by His Resurrection and from sin by His Atonement. This supernal sacrifice is truly called 'the central act of all human history.' On those unique and sacred occasions when God the Father personally introduced the Son, He has said, 'This is my beloved Son: hear him'. Thus, it is Jesus Christ, Jehovah, the Lord God of Israel, who speaks to and through the prophets." – Dallin H. Oaks, April 2017
  11. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "Reverence flows from our admiration and respect for Deity. Those who are truly reverent are those who have paid the price to know the glory of the Father and His Son." – L. Tom Perry, October 1990
  12. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "The sacred events between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday are the story of hosanna and hallelujah. Hosanna is our plea for God to save. Hallelujah expresses our praise to the Lord for the hope of salvation and exaltation. In hosanna and hallelujah we recognize the living Jesus Christ as the heart of Easter and latter-day restoration." – Gerrit W. Gong, April 2020
  13. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "We must always keep in mind that God’s greatest gift is eternal life. Eternal life comes from knowing God and from knowing Jesus Christ. Jesus said, 'If thou wilt do good, yea, and hold out faithful to the end, thou shalt be saved in the kingdom of God, which is the greatest of all the gifts of God; for there is no gift greater than the gift of salvation.'" – Bernard P. Brockbank, April 1972
  14. SilentOne

    Original Mission

    David A. Bednar, "Called to the Work" (Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1, 2017)
  15. SilentOne

    Countdown to Easter

    "Down through the generations of time, the message from Jesus has been the same. To Peter by the shores of beautiful Galilee, He said, 'Follow me.' To Philip of old came the call, 'Follow me.' To Levi who sat at receipt of customs came the instruction, 'Follow me.' And to you and to me, if we but listen, shall come that same beckoning invitation, 'Follow me.'" – Thomas S. Monson, October 1996