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My husband and I enjoy poetry, meter, rhyme and scansion, and we sometimes like to develop alternate words for hymns or published music (sometimes required to make a traditional piece of music consistent with LDS doctrine). There’s really not much one can criticize about this line. Old: I want to share my life with them through all eternity. The ambiguity of the grammar allows this wording to support two readings.There is a long tradition of updating LDS hymns when older words are no longer appropriate (remember singing “You who” unto Jesus? So we thought of some minor word modifications that might better teach the doctrines that are so precious to us. It can be me wanting to share God’s love with them.
Is singlehood a condition to be frowned on and pitied, or could it be accepted as normal–perhaps even celebrated?Scholars disagree on the ramifications of such behavior, with some claiming that such behavior does harm to these people’s ultimate ability to settle down and be happy with a monogamous relationship.Others claim that it’s just a phase and that people do get tired of it and eventually become ready to settle down. “Satan’s greatest threat today is to destroy the family, and to make a mockery of the law of chastity and the sanctity of the marriage covenant” (President Harold B. Probably not” (John Bytheway, “Turn off the TV and Get a Life! “I decry the great waste of time that people put into watching inane television”(Gordon B. “American teens spend one-third of each day with various forms of mass media, mostly without parental oversight” (“Impact of Media on Adolescent Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors,” Journal of Pediatrics, July 2005). Virtual reality must not become their reality” (Elder Ballard, “Let Our Voices Be Heard,” Ensign, Nov. “According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, television watching is tied to desensitization to violence, obesity, teen pregnancy, use of alcohol and drugs. To become a desensitized, obese, pregnant alcoholic?
Video: A Mormon Female Trio Sings About Needing a Man Authors Marybeth Raynes and Erin Parsons trace LDS statements against singlehood back to 1831, when Joseph Smith penned a revelation for Leman Copley, a former celibate Shaker, declaring that “whoso forbiddeth to marry is not ordained of God, for marriage is ordained of God unto man” (D&C ).