Man, things quieted down fast around here.
I've been getting lots of response cards back in the mail. It's a fun thing. Everyday learning that someone new is coming to the wedding. It's exciting. This weekend I'm taking bridal portraits. I have some tiny wedding errands to run this week. I love our wedding!
This morning I did some more Mormon research. Christians believe that there is only one God, and He is made up of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, but is still only one. (This is the trinity.) Mormons believe that God is actually three Gods, distinctly three but "lone in purpose." Here are a list of Mormon verses (mostly out of the Book of Mormon but a few from the Doctrines & Covenants) that state the opposite, that God is indeed one God, not three. Alma 11:25-31, Alma 11:35, Alma 11:44, Mormon 7:7, Ether 2:8, 2 Nephi 31:21, 3 Nephi 11:27, 3 Nephi 11:36, and D&C 20:27-29. As 1 John 5:7 states, "For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one." It seems to me that the Book of Mormon agrees. So why are Mormons preaching something contrary not only to the Bible, but even to their own sources?
Let's see, anything else exciting? Not really. I imagine you did not find any of the above exciting either. It's probably just me. I'm quite the lame-o.
My hair, by the way, looks quite nice today.
My mother is buying me lingerie.
I've eaten 8 points today. 'Bout to make it 11.
I want you all to know Jesus.
I want to know him better myself.