Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Facebook.

My son Nathan told me about Facebook and I felt it would be just another way to stay connected with the ward. If you use Facebook too, be sure and add me. You'll be blessed for doing so. I'll have to ask my son Nathan, but I don't think you have to be in the same ward. Or even in the stake. In fact, I'll bet you can live in other places and have different views on religion. I might be part of the one true church, and you might be in the full grip of Satan's power. It's facebooky fine.

8 comments:

Susy said...

Are you for real? I am just curious. My Bishop would certainly not say things like you or any other Bishops I have known all my life. I am a pretty hip Latter day Saint woman....But don't you think a man holding the priesthood wouldn't really behave the way you are in your blog...I think I'm going to show my Bishop! You are probably a joke!

mineminemine said...

It's really good for everyone to ask their bishop to tell them what's real - 'specially if the information came from the intranet.

Bishop Higgins said...

"You are probably a joke" Well that's a rude thing to say. I'm going to just let that slide, but if I wasn't going to let it slide, I might say something like, "Well I bet you need to shave your back".

Let's be nice on here. That's what Jesus would do.

maybemaybenot said...

Well, I'm pretty sure that the power of discernment is one of the highlights of being a card-carrying priesthood holder, so Suzy's bishop should be able to put in a good word for you, Higgins.

Stephen Erastus Knudsen III said...

There's no harm in asking "what is real." The only harm is in asking "really?"

Phannie said...

My Bishop said that you were inspired and that I should read your blog as regularly as my scriptures.

Tanya Susie said...

My bishop totally predicted Bishop Higgins would be the new GA because of his inspiring posts. I am just waiting for the announcement....

Anonymous said...

Inappropriate is an understatement. What an embarrassment to Mormons.