Tag Archives: Translation

The “Millennial State”

Christie asked a few questions about the millennium which I thought you all might enjoy considering. Christie wrote, “As I’ve been pondering Zion and life during the millennium, a question has come to mind. Will children who are born to … Continue reading

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Translation for Our Time

Having observed in our previous discussion that the latter-day Zion will be a society like Enoch’s, the question must be asked, is it even possible for us to become a translated society? Can we even hope that such a glorious possibility is … Continue reading

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The Lens of Zion

To clearly understand Zion is to change the paradigm of our existence, because we will begin to see who we are, and how our life fits into the mosaic of the last days. Once we see who we are, we will see … Continue reading

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That Which Bringeth Joy

I have been sitting here for a moment pondering how to write about the latter-day Zion. I just published a 332 page book about Zion with over 800 quotes, and my dilemma is how to distill it into a few … Continue reading

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