I had a vision of the Two Sisters and I going to South Africa and auguring the top of a hill for a new temple. Ivan is John. I make a reference to the Mormons on Feb. 19 in regards to the light falling on my painting.
Most early converts were of British descent, and were often people born in Britain because proselyting efforts focused on English-speaking individuals of European descent, since blacks were not allowed to hold the priesthood at the time and the missionaries did not know how to speak Afrikaans. In 1905, Lyon baptized a man with the last name of Dunn who was the son of a Scottish father and a Zulu mother. Dunn is believed to be the first black African convert baptized in Africa, though he did not remain an active member for long. Another early convert of African descent was William Paul Daniels, who joined the LDS Church in 1915 while visiting relatives in Utah. He met on multiple occasions with Joseph F. Smith before returning to South Africa.
“My people are the poorest of the poor and they suffer the most from the escalation of violence,” he said.
“It is my prayer that the Zulu translation of the Book of Mormon will be a vehicle carrying the love of Christ into the hearts and minds of the people. A great deal of prayerful work has gone into the translation and production of the book. It is a great gift to the Zulu people, and I am honored to have been given this signed copy of it.”
After Dr. Buthelezi made his remarks, Pres. Snow reviewed a little of the history of the coming forth of the Book of Mormon. Dr. Buthelezi then looked through certain parts of the book, particularly 3 Nephi, which recounts Christ’s visit to the Americas.
The Zulu chief minister presented Elder Osborn with a carved, wooden Zulu “triumph stick.” All men in the group received KwaZulu crested ties and cuff links; the women were given gold plated Zulu crest medallions.”
Dr. Buthelezi spoke of his love for the Tabernacle Choir, and said he listens to it while traveling. He confided in the group that he had a life-long desire to sing with the Choir.
I know next to nothing about Mormonism. I used to go with Marilyn to the Mormon Temple at night, and at sixteen I would open my mouth – and out came these spiritual dialogues. I just found out about the Two Witnesses that appeared to Joseph Smith. I’ve been preparing to post more images of the pages carrying electoral votes to – The New Hill. Will a new Mormon Temple be built on The Hill? Where?
EXTRA!! I just found Cumorah ‘Mormon Hill 6:30 P.M. 2/18/22. I have been trying to identify the angel that appeared to me – and my sisters. Is this MORONI – who I am reading about for the fist time!
Cumorah (/kəˈmɔːrə/; also known as Mormon Hill, Gold Bible Hill, and Inspiration Point) is a drumlin in Manchester, New York, United States, where Joseph Smith said he found a set of golden plates which he translated into English and published as the Book of Mormon.
In the text of the Book of Mormon, “Cumorah” is a hill located in a land of the same name, which is “a land of many waters, rivers and fountains”. In this hill, a Book of Mormon figure, Mormon, deposited a number of metal plates containing the record of his nation of Nephites, just prior to their final battle with the Lamanites in which at least 230,000 people were killed.
I emailed several Oregonian newspapers and television stations informing them I am a Republican candidate for President. I have gotten no response. Why? Are they afraid of being embarrassed, or, ridiculed for responding to THE PROPHET? Perhaps – they are afraid of me? It’s safe to put Ken Babbs on the news, because he will take you to his wood pile on His Land and show you the cut wood he threw in the back of his old pick-up truck…….And all is well in The Oregonian World.
Above is me before the Log Cabin Inn. My younger sister and her husband built a geodesic dome on John Allensworth property. Michael Dundon built a small cabin on the owners land. He became a foreman for all the logging companies up the McKenzie. That’s my sixteen year old daughter standing in front of the rea old cabin the Dundon boys lived in…
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