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A Day In David

"Christ, in the days of His flesh, proposed to make a covenant with them [Israel], but they rejected Him and His proposals, and in consequence thereof, they were broken off, and no covenant was made with them at that time. But their unbelief has not rendered the promise of God of none effect: no, for there was another day limited in David, which was the day of His power; and then His people, Israel, should be a willing people;—and He would write His law in their hearts, and print it in their thoughts; their sins and their iniquities He would remember no more"

Joseph Smith Jr.

AI generated background of a"City of Light on a Mountain Top with a Temple at its Center"


"Only if you are unafraid of the truth will you find it."
-Man's Search for Happiness


Happily married for forty years and proud father of four, three daughters and one son, grandfather to twelve  grandchildren and devoted student of Christ and His servants.


Resources for the substance of this website are the Old Covenant, New Covenant, Book of Mormon, Teachings and Commandments, Teachings of Joseph Smith and the writings and commentary of Denver Snuffer Jr., with personal observations.

Scott Roderick



And from that time forth there were wars and bloodsheds among them, but the Lord came and dwelled with his people and they dwelled in righteousness. The fear of the Lord was upon all nations, so great was the glory of the Lord which was upon his people. And the Lord blessed the land, and they were blessed upon the mountains and upon the high places, and did flourish. And the Lord called his people Zion because they were of one heart, and of one mind, and dwelled in righteousness, and there was no poor among them. And Enoch continued his preaching in righteousness unto the people of God. And it came to pass in his days that he built a city that was called the city of holiness, even Zion.

Genesis 4:14 RE

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