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Thursday, August 15, 2013

192: A FLAME OF UNQUENCHABLE FIRE



"For behold, when ye shall be brought to see your nakedness before God,
and also the glory of God, and the holiness of Jesus Christ,
it will kindle a flame of unquenchable fire upon you.
O then ye unbelieving, turn ye unto the Lord; cry mightily unto the Father in the name of Jesus,
that perhaps ye may be found spotless, pure, fair, and white,
having been cleansed by the blood of the Lamb, at that great and last day."
Mormon 9:5

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TYPE and SHADOW OF THINGS TO COME?
 
Here a few photos taken over the past couple of days in Salt Lake. There have been some devastating fires started by lightning which have destroyed many homes in Summit County. Last night, due to the all of the smoke covering the sky, the sun was darkened and the moon turned red in color.




photo taken at Guardsman Pass on August 12, 2013



photo taken of the sun from our front yard at about 6:00 PM on August 14, 2012

photo taken around 9:00 PM on August 14, 2013 from our front yard.



"And they shall see signs and wonders,
for they shall be shown forth in the heavens above,
and in the earth beneath."
 
"And they shall behold blood, and fire, and vapors of smoke.
And before the day of the Lord shall come, the sun shall be darkened,
and the moon be turned into blood, and the stars fall from heaven."
D&C 45: 40-42







2 comments:

  1. I saw the most purple/pink/red intense sun yesterday I've ever seen. I'm in Tooele county - it was from the Patch Springs fire out in Skull Valley. I do believe these are signs and events that are meant to wake us up, enliven and invigorate our spirits, if we will choose to allow that. However, I believe the D&C 45 scripture refers specifically to the surprise NBC attack by the King of Assyria as spoken by nearly all the OT prophets and one NT prophet in Revelation18, which describes the nuke on NYC specifically.

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  2. goodness, why don't you get out of that place? People continue to flock to Utah from our area--

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