As the Latter-day Saints begin to celebrate their 100th anniversary of the Book of Mormon, they’re doing a little something special: they’re blessing the scriptures.
In the church’s online bulletin, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints said Sunday that they’re celebrating the 100th year of its website, blessing scriptures and sharing their blessings of blessing in the Book Of Mormon.
The announcement comes as members across the country are doing the same, including at church, school, and church offices.
The Mormon Church’s online blessing is a way for members to get blessings and support when they need it.
And they’re taking the blessing of scripture to new heights.
These are wonderful and wonderful people.””
I would like also to thank the members of the church who are participating in this celebration of scripture.
These are wonderful and wonderful people.”
A special blessing in an online message on Sunday said the blessing comes with a caveat, but said it’s a blessing of the scriptures, which are available for free online.
“The blessings of the Holy Ghost are given in an authentic, loving and sincere way, and are offered as gifts of peace and blessings to those who seek them,” the message said.
“The blessings are given freely to the people of God, and it is not a gift or a command.”
The blessing comes just weeks after the church announced it would stop offering financial support for BYU students.
It has since removed the financial aid, but many people are still receiving financial aid.
The church has also lifted restrictions on its BYU website and removed restrictions on Mormon student clubs and sororities.
The LDS Church has made changes to its website that will allow people to learn more about the church.
And its missionaries are now trained to go on tours to areas where they believe the church is struggling.