I thought there would be some redeeming value for hope when President Nelson talked of the "Covenant Path". That's what I've been trying to teach people about the Tree of Life Vision in the Book of Mormon, that it is about our Temple Covenants; but then my bubble was burst when he defined his meaning of Covenant as obey the Commandments. He has taken a Pure and simple Gospel truth and made it complicated and impossible. The Jews have 613 Commandments in their Torah. Mormons easily have over 1000, but I've not gone through all the scriptures and Conference talks to count them.
And for those of you who watched, there was one sour puss among the whole group. Elder Uchtdorf. He just got cast down in authority on a world-wide internet and televised event. I'm not surprised that Nelson chose Oaks as his 1st Counselor, because he probably feels bad for President Kimball selecting him over Oaks back in 1984. It is clear that Oaks sees himself as the intellectual of the Church, though I have him on video with many false doctrines over the decades. But this also demoted President Eyring, now 2nd Counselor. Someone needs to tell President Nelson that he can have as many Counselors as he wants or needs, he is not limited to 2. Several previous Presidents have had more than 2 Counselors, including Joseph Smith.
Like I mentioned in the previous post, I didn't expect them to talk about the Man Child or as Mormons who actually study their scriptures know him as by the name of the One Mighty and Strong. It appears as though the Man Child will need to publish the whole plan before November, when it appears now that that will be when the plan will be implemented. Though the Man Child's birthday this year is marked by a significant day and sign. I've now given you all the clues to know when the Man Child's birthday is with the addition of Thomas B. Marsh. I can't just give it to you, for you won't believe. You must have faith and then study and research it to find the answer and have your own personal "ah ha!" moment. But eventually you'll find out, but it's better to have faith and come to a knowledge through study and research than to be given the answer and thus be compelled to know. That's why the metaphor of building one's house on rock, not sand is so vital to our eternity. But everyone has different types of soils to plant the seed with faith and unfortunately most seem to have thorny, rocky or wayside soil. You're not supposed to build your tree on a rock. Fine, I'll give you another clue: Thomas B. Marsh was not excommunicated for the "milk bucket" story and Joseph Smith did not excommunicate him. It was Brigham Young. Now you can do your own research and study by going back in history looking for dates. I hated grade school history class making us memorize dates of historical events.
So to those of you members, get ready for the War. It's no longer going to be persecution, it will be war. I hope you have your own testimonies, and I hope you are using the correct definition of testimony, because the wrong one won't save you. Just remember we are not Christian and our doctrine is not Christian, so our definitions are not Christian.