Nothing is Random

September 10, 1973 – Denver Snuffer was baptized and became a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

October 6, 1979 – The LDS Church, with no vote from its members, eliminated the office of the Presiding Patriarch. Eldred G. Smith, direct grandson of Hyrum Smith, was made emeritus. He had been equal in authority to the First Presidency and was responsible for ordaining the Church’s new “prophets” when they were called. It’s understood that the release was very upsetting to him and many others.

April 4, 2013 – Eldred G. Smith died at age 106. He was the last presiding patriarch of the LDS Church. He died on a Thursday night heading into General Conference weekend.

September 9, 2013 – Russell Nelson turned 89. Nelson was the President of the Strengthening the Church Members Committee and had been insisting that Denver Snuffer be excommunicated for having written a book called Passing the Heavenly Gift.

September 9, 2013 – Denver Snuffer’s Stake Presidency and High Council convened and decided to excommunicate Snuffer from the Church. Some argue as a gift to president Nelson from an aspiring stake president Truman Hunt.

September 10, 2013 – Denver began a one year speaking tour to show the Lord his gratitude for his conversion to the Gospel, among other good things. He received a call from Truman Hunt informing him of his excommunication as he was driving to his first speaking venue. Denver was an active and faithful member of the Church for 40 years to the day.

September 11, 2001 – The United States was attacked, buildings fall and grind its victims to powder and US leaders use the attack as an excuse to begin to destroy numerous constitutionally protected liberties. 9/11 is a symbol of the beginning of the end of the US and the gentiles.

September 11, 1857 – Mountain Meadows Massacre – One of the darkest days in Mormon history. It becomes a symbol of the Church’s decline and goes down in history as one of the greatest acts of mass murder in American history.

August 21, 2017 – Thomas Monson, President of LDS Church, turns 90… Monson dies 135 days later.

August 21, 2017 – Total Solar Eclipse, the first of two, approximately 7 years apart. The two pathways where totality was or will be observed will have made a huge X, crossing out the United States.

September 9, 2023 – Church president Russell Nelson turns 99.

September 10, 2023 – Denver Snuffer celebrates 50 years since his baptism.

September 11, 2023 – Russell Nelson falls. Apparently badly enough that the fall is kept secret from the public for 3 weeks. He did not attend General Conference this past weekend.

September 22, 1823 – Joseph is instructed to go to the Hill Comorah to receive the plates for the first time. He was not yet spiritually prepared to receive them.

September 22, 2023 – Wallace B. Smith, last grandson of Joseph Smith to lead the RLDS Church dies at age 94. 200 years to the day his great grandfather went to meet the angel to see the plates.

Today, October 6, 2023, John the Baptist’s birthday. A reminder that God sent an obscure servant to prepare the world for Christ’s first coming and to wrest the authority from the Jews, and they knew it not. And that God will send a Davidic servant in these last days to prepare the world for Christ’s second coming…

October 14, 2023, eight days from now, Utah and other states will witness the ring of fire solar eclipse.

It’s also interesting to note that according to Jewish tradition, a young male is circumcised on the 8th day. Ring of fire…

In 185 days from today we will witness the next total solar eclipse on April 8th, 2024.

I’m not sure what it all means, but I do think it’s all very worthwhile to consider.