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 No.19[Reply]

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 No.1570

>>1569

Yeah >>1568 is definitely underage. It's the only way to possibly be that much of an edgelord




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 No.3[Reply]

post about anything here

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 No.1629

I ordered the 17 round magazines, and 2 more 50 round boxes of hollow points since I'll need more to be able to load everything up. I really gotta stop buying stuff. No wonder niggers always end up broke, my spending isn't near as bad as a nigger but I sure can't save money either. This new job can't come soon enough.The only things left that I want can wait for a while, I don't want them super badly. Guy at work asked me why I never buy anything to eat at work, this is why. How am I gonna waste $3 a day at the vending machine on overpriced junk when I can spend my money on guns and ammo instead?




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 No.1543[Reply]

I am being Baptised today. Coming back to the LDS board a new man tomorrow. See you all soon!

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 No.1556

It was awesome! I was baptized, confirmed, and am getting the Priesthood. I can’t tell you how happy I am!


 No.1558

>>1556

Great to hear, anon. I hope your new life brings you great joy.


 No.1563

>>1556

>I was baptized, confirmed

Nice. It's been a year and a couple months since I was baptized, and I remember it was a really calming and peaceful experience.

>and am getting the Priesthood

That will be awesome too, and I would recommend that you take every opportunity you get to pass and bless the sacrament. It's a really good experience.


 No.1608

tfw will probably get baptised in 2020 ;_;. I'll probably be too old for.missionaey work at 24, or who knows?


 No.1610

>>1608

>tfw will probably get baptised in 2020

Better late than never.

>I'll probably be too old for.missionaey work at 24

Oh you are in a much better spot than I was when I got baptized IMO. I wish I was only 24. 25 is the cut off for being a missionary I think, I know how you feel though. I didn't get to go on a mission because i was baptized at 28. It isn't too big of a deal, but one thing I learned is if you are talking to cute girls and they ask you if you went on a mission or where you served your mission let them know you are a convert and that solves a lot of awkwardness.

I would always start my answer with "no" or "I didn't go on a mission" and then move onto the fact I'm a convert. The first look you get is disappointment if you do that when they know you are old enough to have gone on a mission. So when you start off with "I'm a convert" they get more excited about hearing your story instead of disappointed, and it really helps the conversation move more in your favor.




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 No.1256[Reply]

The Official Nee-chan thread.

Let us begin the brain storming on how we can use the power of nipnimation combined with good LDS themed ideas to spread the word and build goodwill amongst our peers.

A kind anon has blessed us with a beautiful contribution. So let’s make some decisions -

1. Nee-Chan is serving her mission “on the web”.

2. Nee-Chan needs a catch phrase.

(Christ-Chan uses “That’s heresy!” As hers)

3. Does she need a companion? I think not because she’s a special case… being digital and all. Ideas?

4. How do we find some folks to help contribute art so we can build some meme folders?

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 No.1508

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>>1505

Wonder why he deleted his posts. I didn't get to see what he said.

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 No.1512

>>1508

Some doubts about race-mixing that were off-topic for the thread.

t. that poster


 No.1517

>>1512

Oh OK


 No.1607

>>1413

creator of nee and sariah here again, it's just my opinion, but i think their catch phrases shouldn't be the type of thing that would scare people away lol

family is forever is really cute!

maybe a call and respond between them for "God's not dead" "He's alive"?


 No.1609

>>1607

>but i think their catch phrases shouldn't be the type of thing that would scare people away

agreed tbh




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 No.1561[Reply]

I stopped going to church a long time ago due to mormons basically believing "anything goes as long as the government says it's ok".

Mormons will always protect each other, like cops, which is great, but it is bad when the person they are protecting is a child molestor or crackhead. I have seen it happen multiple times, a new member comes in and is baptised, and people find out they are a crazy retard but nobody excommunicates them until they are caught red handed.

My wife and me struggle as most young people do, and the mormon church never once helped us with food or medical which is supposed to be what we pay tithing for.

The missionaries seem dumb as fuck and can't really form coherent sentences. They are just retarded yes men that suck your dick and try to get you to come to church, they don't really teach you anything that can be applied with real results. It's just ghost stories and stuff.

All in all, I think the mormon church needs to be shooken up and taken back to it's roots. Until then I have no interest. I was glad to see a mormon board here though.

 No.1562

So much wrong with this post.

>>1561

>mormons basically believing "anything goes as long as the government says it's ok"

I've never met even one person that believes this.

>it is bad when the person they are protecting is a child molestor or crackhead

Not gonna say it never happens, but the likelihood of anyone in the church protecting either of those types of people is almost 0. Sexual sins go against the law of chastity, drugs are against the Words of Wisdom. So to say that people would knowingly allow it to happen is ridiculous.

>mormon church never once helped us with food or medical which is supposed to be what we pay tithing for

Absolutely false. You pay tithes as a show of obedience to the Lord as is commanded in the Bible. You do not pay tithes to receive anything in return.

>The missionaries seem dumb as fuck

Everyone will seem that way when you have already prejudged them, as you seem to have done.

>Until then I have no interest

That's your choice, and I respect your decision.

>I was glad to see a mormon board here though

Glad to be here, and hope this board can help people that are actually interested in the religion.




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 No.1538[Reply]

Finally, and /lsd/ board! What kind of tabs have you taken and how high have they gotten you? Tell me your stories.

 No.1539

None here matey, but other /b/ boards on the lesser known chans have quite the stories to share, one about the DMT really sticks in the memory.


 No.1542

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I laughed. This was low hanging fruit level comedy. But it was enough for a chuckle.

Please stop using drugs and consider going to church. You can improve your life by eliminating narcotics, improving your mental health, and pursuing an education.

https://drugfree.org/

https://dfaf.org/

God bless and good luck.


 No.1547

Funny story: I'm technically the owner of /lsd/ if no one else has claimed it. Codemonkey mistakenly gave me /lsd/ when I tried to claim this board :^)

>>1542

this




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 No.740[Reply]

>Hey anon, can you take me to temple with you?

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 No.1521

>>1515

if you're under 18 you're not allowed to post on hatechan anon


 No.1522

>>1520

Since I live in a gated neighborhood, they blocked the entrance of the missionaries when they found out my baptism was about to be scheduled.

I managed to attend service twice though, and I still have my handy BoM.


 No.1523

>>1522

Well that is unfortunate. My parents were pretty against me speaking with the missionaries and threatened to kick me out of my house. I prayed about it that night, and my answer was that I should just continue on the path I was on. It was the first answer to a prayer I had ever gotten, and it was a really tough answer. I decided it was what I had to do, and keep meeting with the missionaries however I had to accomplish it. The next morning my dad apologized to me and said I could keep meeting with them, and that it was a blessing that I had met them. Pray about it, and keep doing the right thing and good things will happen.


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>>1523

I'll do. I also have these handy as well. A long time might pass until I get back to the LDS/SUD, but I'm a patient man.


 No.1525

>>1524

I love the first app. So much information contained within the Gospel Library. Great resource for note taking as well, lots of really nice features.




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 No.1288[Reply]

Opinions?

I know the church has 'disavowed' our religion's

past beliefs despite being proposed as fact from Joseph onward and even after the lifting of the priesthood ban. Most members of the general authority have remained entirely quite on their opinions regarding racial theology while some have voiced their opinions but their opinions being "lol just forgetta about! they were just racist".

I personally am of believer of LDS racial theology. I'm actually a technical convert but with wholely LDS heritage and among the reasons I converted was that the traditional LDS view regarding the races of humanity made extreme sense to me.

This doesn't mean of course I dislike non-white LDS, I just view them the way our parents and grandparents did. I think races should remain seperate and that all cultures/ethnic groups have the right to remain distinct. The Japanese for example have as much of a right to remain ethnically and culturally Japanese as the Quebecois.

I think the 'Ethnic Mormon' (Deseret region mormons of typical north-western eurpean pioneer/early convert descent) have that right too. Of course we can have visitors and non-white LDS making 'pilgramiges' to our land, I just want our land to remain how it was until diversity began to be foisted upon the American populace during the 60s.

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 No.1294

>>1292

I think that most people don't care about a white man with an asian woman and I honestly expect that if there is some kind of 'race based' conflict on the horizon, the whites will be allied with the asians. I have spent time having good discussions with a Chinese pastor who bluntly asked me what he and his wife need to do to prepare for the 'conflicts' they think are on the horizon.

Hell, about a month ago I spent a few weekends teaching several asian women how to clean, maintain, shoot, and reload firearms. I have taught white women too. But the fact of the matter is, a Japense girl told my wife that she wanted 'a strong white man who could save her like my wife has'. A loyal, pretty, loving, and endearing wife who is willing to say it like it is can be hard to find in this day and we need to encourage loyalty in men today so we can get white women back to top notch quality.

I will also comment that adoption outside of your family will probably not work and I think that we need to fix the 1 and 0 parent house hold issue within the US. Allowing the media to paint living like a shithead as a positive thing is killing us and that needs to end.

So I guess the real question is -

How do we promote strong familial ties as found in the BOM and in asian families while promoting higher white birth rates and stopping the folks who control media from promoting the bullshit that is literally killing us?

Also, if the race war pops off and you see a mormon with an asian wife, don't shoot him. He might be infertile and still working to protect whites. lol


 No.1295

>>1294

>Also, if the race war pops off and you see a mormon with an asian wife, don't shoot him. He might be infertile and still working to protect whites. lol

lol don't worry.


 No.1296

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One last thing to think about. Pic related.

We spent this time dwelling on hard truths and worrisome things. Any one who reads this thread should take a moment to give thanks for what we have and what we have to look forward to.

God bless you guys. Times might get hard and for some of us they already are. Give thanks for the sand we can turn into pearls.


 No.1314

>>1290

As long as you're not breeding its okay by me.

>>1294

>a Japense girl told my wife that she wanted 'a strong white man who could save her like my wife has'

this should be discouraged anon, it shows she has no love for her race and i don't think whites can afford to racemix in the major scale right now. If you are in contact with her please help her see the beauty of her men and race anon.


 No.1513

>>1294

>a strong white man who could save her like my wife has'.

Can't stand this meme, although it's a very true one. Make sure you don't go marrying their women, no matter what, particularly if we end up allying in this; taking their women would be a really lousy move.

>>1288

Always make sure you toe the current Apostles' and Prophet's line. Because of the incredibly high standards the Church holds itself too, the Church keeps itself extremely white by default.

http://www.pewforum.org/religious-landscape-study/racial-and-ethnic-composition/

I don't actually worry too much about this stuff anymore. God was able to forge for Abraham a land out of a desert, just like God forged the same for President Young and the pioneers. One way or another, He can grant such again to the righteous, and, interestingly enough, I rarely, if ever, see any race-mixing in wards, it's quite nice.




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 No.1184[Reply]

i've got a folder of memes from a lds server i'm in on discord, anyone else got some good ones?

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>>1213

>>1222

>>1234

Found these on the LDS subreddit of all places.


 No.1423

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I'm feeling extra blasphemous today.


 No.1436

>>1423

why?


 No.1439

>>1436

check the pic name.




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 No.1411[Reply]

Anyone else watching?

 No.1414

>>1411

yes.

My fav talk today was the one by the black guy (maybe from New Zealand or something) about having weekly sacrament and quiet churches.

Change in Elders quorum was different but not too crazy.

Thoughts on the people yelling during conference? something about covering up rape.


 No.1415

>>1414

>Change in Elders quorum was different but not too crazy

I'm wondering how that will affect my ward, and my new calling. Specifically the part where it was said that the current Elders quorum presidencies will be released from their callings.

>Thoughts on the people yelling during conference? something about covering up rape

I had a feeling something like that would happen when I saw the article right before conference. Seems like rape is being used as a political tool to silence people more and more these days. Everyone is accusing everyone they disagree with ever since it really increased during the election. I'm sure some of the accusations are true, but a lot of them are likely 100% fake news. They have almost completely desensitized people to screeching "RACIST", so maybe calling people rapists is the next leftist method for shutting down discussion.


 No.1416

Interesting change to home/visiting teaching. Looking forward to seeing how these changes play out. I had my first Elders quorum presidency meeting as Elders quorum secretary last week, and one of the things me and the president talked about was how to improve our home teaching numbers.

He told me we are at about 5% engagement in our ward, which I wasn't at all surprised by. YSAs are gonna be the toughest group to home teach given the challenges we face at this time of our lives. We all have different schedules and living situations which makes things difficult. Maybe this change to ministering will make things easier with the added flexibility.


 No.1417

>>1416

I'll be honest. This will not really have too much of a difference. I have always viewed home teaching as more of a 'get to know you' and share some scripture that seems important. Nor have I always done this in a home. sometimes it is in a room right after church if that is what works. This just seems to make it official.

I am a bit surprised at the number of new temples though.


 No.1418

>>1417

>This will not really have too much of a difference

Likely true.

>sometimes it is in a room right after church if that is what works

This is what I tried encouraging the president to push towards with our group. I told him that if our numbers are so bad because people just can't find the time to schedule a meeting in the home, maybe it would be easier to do before or after church because if they are at church anyway there's no reason not to set something up.

He seemed a little bit hesitant to encourage that, and thought there was a lot more value to doing it in the home. I'm glad to see this become an official policy just because I think that if we remove some of the guilt people have about not being able to put as much effort into it as is encouraged our engagement will improve. I think we focused too much on the wrong things the way it was structured before, so this shift in focus to making it more about the act of reaching out rather than where and how it is done is a nice change.

A simple text, a conversation at church, or a message on social media is all it takes to make a major difference sometimes. Making it this big thing that we have to accomplish by the end of each month just caused people to feel guilty about not being able to do it.

>I am a bit surprised at the number of new temples though

Yeah, definitely a good thing. I'm blessed to be pretty close to a temple. I still need to go more often though. I should be going next week on Saturday, so looking forward to that.

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 No.1386[Reply]

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 No.1396

>>1386

I've been meaning to start a thread like this!

the entire 2018 mutual album is so good, I could listen to the male version of Peace in Christ forever probably.

technically not LDS music, but my favorite religious song is oceans by Hillsong untited (especially since my favorite New testament story is Simon Peter walking out on the water toward Christ).

Tenth Avenue North also does some pretty good music, but it's more pop/mainstream sounding.




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 No.1339[Reply]

Pslam 82:1 God standeth in the congregation of the mighty; he judgeth among the gods.

2 How long will ye judge unjustly, and accept the persons of the wicked? Selah.

3 Defend the poor and fatherless: do justice to the afflicted and needy.

4 Deliver the poor and needy: rid them out of the hand of the wicked.

5 They know not, neither will they understand; they walk on in darkness: all the foundations of the earth are out of course.

6 I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High.

7 But ye shall die like men, and fall like one of the princes.

8 Arise, O God, judge the earth: for thou shalt inherit all nations.

lds art is excellent

 No.1340

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Great verses. This thread reminds me that I need to get back on my scripture study routine. The new job I got kinda messed up my reading routine and everything else.

>lds art is excellent

Agreed.


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>>1339

lds art is almost always absolutely stunning, you're both so right

i have the media app almost exclusively to look at paintings on there for inspiration at this point

some of my favorites:




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 No.799

This isn't even funny why would someone spend time on this. Redditors are a cancer, they go above and beyond to annoy and ruin anything they can.


 No.898

>normies

>Reddit


 No.1178

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>>731

I think I love this board.


 No.1179

>>1178

:^)

Glad you enjoy it.


 No.1293

>>731

pretty much




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 No.1033[Reply]

(image semi-related)

hello!

i recently started reading the Book of Mormon after making a phone call to a Mormon website. i don't know what compelled me to do it, well, maybe i know… i just felt such a strong need to get closet to the Lord, i felt like there must be more scripture out there and after finding the Book of Mormon i'm certain that this is it!

i believe in the Book of Mormon, i've joined a few online communities, but i have no idea where to go from there. i still live with my parents (my mother is Lutheran and my father is an atheist), so i don't think there's a way for me to live the ideal ""Mormon lifestyle""… but i'm not sure that that's what i want either.

on top of all of this, i've been more Catholic than anything up until this point; praying the rosary and praying to saints for guidance, but that doesn't feel as right to me as it used to. praying the rosary is calming still.

i want to find more people to talk to about how much hope and life i've found in the Book of Mormon, but i have no idea how to get out there or where to start.

anyway, thanks for reading through this

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 No.1072

>>1071

i'm trying to find a way to explain to people (when the time comes that i have to, because if I'm going to live with the Words of Wisdom i will have to explain to some friends who normally go against them)… so far every response has been very negative.

My brother says once i talk to the missionaries and go to a service or two he'd be willing to go with me to check it out at least, if i can convince him to start reading i know he'll understand what I've seen in the Book of Mormon, so then i'd have someone to help me in that sort of situation since we're really close.

i've never really talked to girls outside of this either, i have one friend who's a girl. i'm super anxious, not even as an attraction thing, but that i'm not used to talking to girls at all. hopefully since they've been so kind already i'll get over it and it won't be a barrier between me and the lessons


 No.1073

>>1072

>i'm trying to find a way to explain to people

It's tough, I know it's gonna come up for me at work some day soon and I don't know what I'll say. My co-workers have to notice I'm the only guy there that isn't chugging coffee and cussing up a storm the entire shift. I work the 4:30 AM shift, so it's gotta look a little weird. I'm only a week into this job though, so we will see.

>My brother says once i talk to the missionaries and go to a service or two he'd be willing to go with me to check it out

That's great, it's always nice to have someone close to you to help you through things. It's one of the things that is taught in this church about new converts. Converts need 3 things: a friend, a responsibility, and nurturing with 'the good word of God'.

>i'm super anxious

Don't worry too much, sister missionaries are so nice that it just becomes really easy after a few lessons. They become like my best friends. I tell the missionaries all kinds of things I don't tell other people. They always just want to help as much as they can.


 No.1172

just got back from meeting with the sister missionaries finally

the church is really nice and the missionaries were so kind! i'll probably go back on sunday and talk more with them then :D


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>>1172

That's great to hear, I'm happy to hear that you are starting your journey. I know that it will be a great blessing to you.

I personally just went through the temple for my endowment on Saturday. It was a really great experience. For you the biggest things to look forward to right now are baptism, receiving the Holy Ghost, and receiving the priesthood.

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Just wanted to drop in with words of encouragement for newbie-anon.

Welcome to the precipice of the best church on Earth. Good luck and I hope you receive the message you need.




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