After careful consideration, Gary Smith wrote:
>I only fear that such wars would quickly change to wars of pure
>destruction, and not of preparation. If I'm not mistaken, I think Gileadi
>compares the US with Egypt, and Russia with Assyria. We have problems in
>this country, no doubt. However, I believe that there are enough righteous
>people to still make a difference.
To make a difference in their own lives, or in the life of the
nation? Clinton was reelected after everyone knew how immoral he was. And
George W. Bush just barely became president after running against Al
Gore. It seems to me that the majority held by the righteous has dwindled
to the point where it either exists by a thread, or it has become a
minority. What do you think?
John W. Redelfs [EMAIL PROTECTED]
"It may be, for instance, that nothing except the power of
faith and the authority of the priesthood can save
individuals and congregations from the atomic holocausts
that surely shall be." --Bruce R. McConkie
All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR
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