I know, right?
Wow. Kindred spirit... I'm glad we bumped into each other online. It makes things feel better to see your scriptures.
I'm sharing the link to these photos if you don't mind. Pictures are worth millions of words sometimes.
I'm glad, too, Kiley. You may use anything you find here as you wish.I wonder to think that you had even more scriptures to ingest--BoM, D&C, etc.
That looks familiar... And it has seemed to me that people who leave their religion are generally the ones who took it the most seriously.
That's so true, Jen. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. :)
All of my favorite books look like that.
Hi, Gwenevere. I have several favorites that are well-loved in that way, as well. :) I'm not quite as avid a note-taker as I used to be, though.Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
OK, but I zoomed in on that page opposite "Matthew" and saw your entire grocery list! (No I didn't.) This is very impressive. I have always wanted to make a serious study of the Bible so I could intelligently argue with religious zealots when they quote it. But I just could never get very far. I'm just going to have them contact you.
Mitch, you make an excellent point, there may be a recipe here or there!
Always feel free to chime in.