Episode 83: Pricey Pearl 1 – Moses 1-3

June 8, 2015

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Click to Listen: Episode 83: Pricey Pearl 1 – Moses 1-3

We finally start The Pearl of Great Price, or as we now call it, The Pricey Pearl. So far, it’s pretty much just a long conversation that God has with Moses trying to convince him how awesome he is. And we get the creation story of Genesis told in painstaking detail.  Oh, and Satan pops in to say hello.

“Drink” Count – 15

2 and a half beers

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I’ll see everyone in Salt Lake City on June 25!

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3 Comments on “Episode 83: Pricey Pearl 1 – Moses 1-3”

  1. Tina Says:

    It has been a long time since I last read the Pearl of Great Price, but I’m pretty sure Moses 1:41 is another verse supposedly foretelling of Joseph Smith (“another like unto thee”). FWIW.

    41 And in a day when the children of men shall esteem my words as naught and take many of them from the book which thou shalt write, behold, I will raise up another like unto thee; and they shall be had again among the children of men—among as many as shall believe.

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  2. Emma Says:

    My god, what hath I done?

    I’ve caught up with the podcast. That… That wasn’t supposed to be possible…

    You really hit your stride Mr. Michael, man of mystery, man of two first names.

    Congratulations and I squee like a little girl that there is so much material left to enjoy your soothing vocal cords.

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  3. newnamemiriam Says:

    When I was getting ready to go through the temple I asked a lot of people what I should do to prepare. Everybody said: “Read the Pearl of Great Price. It has so much information from the Endowment in there.” So I read it for the umpteenth time. And it was just the same old thing as before. And then I went to the temple and it was a boring 70’s video of the creation and then Eve messing up and then Eve following Adam around while he had Important Conversations With Dudes while Satan twirled his cape.

    I want my money back.

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