Cameron Mayer

The Struggle within America—Isaiah Saw It

The importance of understanding Isaiah’s message increases daily as world events line up like the planets for the fulfillment of his prophecy. Under the codename “Egypt”—the great superpower of Isaiah’s day—America is predicted to suffer spiritual decline, political ineptitude, economic collapse, internal anarchy, and invasion by a ruthless military world power from the North—an endtime […]

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The Righteous Dwell in Jehovah’s Presence

In the pattern of patriarchs and prophets of old—with whom God walked and talked—only persons who qualify on account of their exceeding righteousness “dwell in the presence of Jehovah” (Isaiah 23:18). For those who prove loyal to him through the vicissitudes that overtake the world in its most evil hour, his glorious coming will prove

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Will Many Mormon Gentiles End up Fighting against Zion?

Many who read in the scriptures of people “fighting against Zion” may assume they refer only to non-members of the church. A search, however, may disabuse our minds on that subject. First, “He that fighteth against Zion, both Jew and Gentile, both bond and free, both male and female, shall perish; for they are they

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Those with Visions

The book Visions of Glory by John Pontius, based on the near death experiences of “Spencer,” has been the cause of much division and condemnation from people who find it incredulous or who feel threatened by its graphic depictions of the earth’s endtime phase we have now entered. Because of that, soon after its publication,

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Principles

Though each of our journeys through life is different—which I appreciate more and more—the principles on which our lives operate are the same: practical, universal, and eternal. Because they cut through differences in personalities, principles unite us when we live by them but divide us when we don’t. Those who live by them may thus

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How Will We Know When the Tribulation Period Begins?

Question: Are we currently in the tribulation period? If not, how shall we I know when it begins? Answer: Judging by the current worldwide pandemic, the demise of world economies, the increase of rumors of war, natural disasters and food shortages, it does seem we have entered the prophesied Time of Trouble and that the

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Three Years’ Warning Followed by Judgment

As “God will do nothing unless he reveals his secret to his servants the prophets” (Amos 3:7), he gives ample warning before cleansing the earth of wickedness—in the endtime as anciently. In Isaiah’s day, for example, God commands Isaiah to go naked and barefoot for three years as a portent of Assyria’s invasion of Egypt

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Who are designated as “the Gentiles” in the Book of Mormon?

Question: Who are designated as “the Gentiles” in the Book of Mormon? Answer: Two main categories of people identify as “the Gentiles” in the Book of Mormon: (1) those who come from the old world to the new to inherit this land (1 Nephi 13:12–15); and (2) those among them called “the fulness of the

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Meditation Mode

When I reached a point where it no longer seemed enough to search the scriptures, pray morning and night, and meditate sporadically, I set aside a time before retiring at night to meditate on the things of God. Aren’t the scriptures full of examples of such meditation? “My soul yearns for you in the night;

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What is the “spirit of prophecy” that helps understand Isaiah?

Question: What is the “spirit of prophecy” that helps understand Isaiah? Answer: As “the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy” (Revelation 19:10), people to whom the Holy Ghost testifies that Jesus is the Christ have a greater advantage in understanding Isaiah’s words than those who don’t. That vertical approach, however, is but one

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