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"My opinion is that he [Pres. Hinckley] belongs there. There just aren't that many people in the world that can make so large a number of people do most anything simply by their say-so. That's power-- in the most secular sense possible."
If there was a way to track BOM reading at the end of this year, we'd see how true it is.
Which, Kim, you know, I kind of resent. Because we're supposed to be reading in the D&C for Sunday School, and who has the time. What's up with that telling us to read the Book of Mormon as well. More to-dos? What is the purpose of that? Why did he do it? Do you think he's losing it at last?Guess I won't be in that poll.
I'm going to read it twice. That way I'll be twice as obedient as those who only read it once. And I'll get to bear testimony of how I doubled my feeling of the Spirit, and received twice the blessings. For at least a year, during discussions in Gospel Doctrine, I'll be able to make digressions into how I doubled my spirituality. This is going to bring me twice as close to the Celestial Kingdom, and I want everyone to know it.
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