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Phelps 1. If you could hie to Kolob In the twinkling of an eye, And then continue onward With that same speed to fly, Do you think that you could ever, Through all eternity, Find out the generation Where Gods began to be? Or see the grand beginning, Where space did not extend? Or view the last creation, Where Gods and matter end? The works of God continue, And worlds and lives abound; Improvement and progression Have one eternal round.
There is no end to matter; There is no end to space; There is no end to spirit; There is no end to race.
There is no end to virtue; There is no end to might; There is no end to wisdom; There is no end to light. There is no end to union; There is no end to youth; There is no end to priesthood; There is no end to truth. There is no end to glory; There is no end to love; There is no end to being; There is no death above. I truly enjoyed singing this song in sacrament meeting. Now, it kinda makes me chuckle Edited 1 time s.
They're actually pretty cool lyrics Posted by: imalive Date: May 07, PM. Re: They're actually pretty cool lyrics Re: See the below song from the LDS hymnal. Odd, odd, odd. There should be a class in learning mormonism. While investigating 4 months I guess these astronomical amounts of important info was just forgotten or slipped their minds.
Posted by: lamedandy Date: May 07, PM. As sung by Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Posted by: anybody Date: May 07, PM. Posted by: ipseego Date: May 07, AM. Also, Kolob is the star that God measures time by. That is why the Bible says in 2 Peter "One day is with the Lord as thousand years". Posted by: amos2 Date: May 07, AM. When I was TBM I thought mormon "cosmology", as it's called in the business, was actually quite progressive. I had no apologies for concepts like mankind are "gods-in-embryo", god himself has a home planet and star, and that time is relative throughout the universe hey, it IS, as discovered empirically by Einstein.
I was actually sorry that the church backed off and downplays it. So wierd or not, I think the church's insecurity about it's peculiar doctrines is pathetic. Actually it's only evidence that it's fake. I've never read the Quran but apparently it's very weird too. Posted by: elderborracho Date: May 07, AM. I completely agree about the Old Testament! Some strange stuff right there. Let's get drunk and sleep with dad.
It's not the bible that baffles me, which it is contradictory. It's the rituals lds has and how you are so different in life than a christian of a different christian faith.
I found out lots of rituals, etc. Mormonism uses familiar figures from Christianity.
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That's why you think that it's "odd. He once was a mortal being with a physical body who became an exalted being with the all powers of a god like the Greco-Roman Olympians or the Aesir in Asgard in Norse mythology. Elohim and his many goddess wives populated the planet Kolob or planet by the star of the same name with countless myriads of spirit children who grew up and desired to have mortal bodies of their own.
Elohim created our planet Earth for them to them inhabit. Mormon girls are taught that their chief purpose in life is to have as many children as possible to provide physical bodies for these aetherial spirit babies. Mormon boys are told that if they follow all the rules and do all that the LDS church requires of them they too will eventually become gods and live in immortality. He discovers he can travel between worlds, and he awakens on a bizarre planet controlled by the tyrannical rule of the Temple Council.
When he survives a drug-induced hallucination, he is given his mission by the mysterious Transcendentals. He is to save the planet of the Elohim from the machinations of the evil sorcerer Bel. With Tmar, his achingly beautiful fantasy girl; Cton, an ancient, high-ranking wizard who renounces his position on the Council; and Tmer, a scientifically trained tech from the cityJson must unlock the mystery of why the Dome is failing and where the crucial power reserves have gone before it is too late.
The sun recedes and darkness consumes the land. Working with the Councils consent, Json must merge with the planetary grid and stabilize the power fluctuations that are causing the Dome to collapse. But something goes horribly wrong, and he becomes trapped within the grid. Tmar, realizing her love for Json, casts a heretical spell to retrieve his lost life forceand they both must now face unintended consequences.
Under the leadership of Cton, they barely escape the clutches of the corrupt Temple Council. Now they must journey outside the Dome through the toxic environment of the Wastelands, to make their stand at the castle of the great sorcerer Bel.
Cryton Daehraj is an eccentric, slightly deranged poet-philosopher with a lifetime interest in the occult. He lives in the Midwest. The Planet of the Elohim. Cryton Daehraj. Jsons entire reality is about to change, whether he likes it or not.
Human Origins: The Elohim
The Hallucination. Powering up. The Council Chamber. Battling the Creature. Sexual Appetites. Not Alone. The Platform of vsn. On the Steps of the Temple.
The Role of the Elohim in the Christic Mission
The Three Chambers. Rest and Healing. The Final Battle. The Cave.