My grandmother just turned 93.
I now have a lot of decisions to make.
I'm debating whether or not to even attempt to live with my grandmother for much longer.
If I move out, I would definitely take my cats with me. The problem is, I don't know how they'd react to relocation.
While I've been away from this board for a while, I've been able to examine things more objectively. I have concluded that the issues I have with many things are a lot bigger than just this board and the people on it.
It is the equivalent of concentrating on a tree when there is a forest there.
I have also often failed to look at a bigger picture with the overall condition of the world.
It is going to take a while to figure out where to even BEGIN with
Updated Feb 23rd 2017 at 04:29 AM by gringo300
At a used book store I got a book titled Mormonism Unmasked.
When I started reading it, I was shocked at what I was reading. I HAD to look this stuff up on the Internet. I found many websites saying the same things this book said.
* Mormonism reportedly teaches that there are an infinite number of Gods.
Everybody on here who hasn't done research on Mormonism needs to do research on Mormonism.
Everybody on here needs to encourage people
It is now less than a month until my grandmother is scheduled to turn 93.
I'm not assuming she is going to make it to 93.
I've decided to keep living with my grandmother at least until she turns 93, again, if she makes it to 93. I can't see myself staying for long after that.
I'm attempting to do an Old Testament study.
At least in the King James Version, there are verses that sound like Noah and his wife may have had
Updated Feb 7th 2017 at 12:18 PM by gringo300
(made wording more accurate)
Hebrews 5:11 We have much to say about this but it's hard to make it clear to you because you no longer try to understand. In fact though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you the elementary truths of God's word, all over again. You need milk, not solid food, anyone who lives on milk still being an infant is not acquainted with the teachings about righteousness. But solid food is for the mature, who by constant use have trained themselves to distinguish good from evil.