Junior Ganymede

Everything Will Be Okay…

Nov 13, 2019
2 min read

Some recent quotes and ideas that I found interesting. Everything will be okay in the end. If everything’s not okay, it’s not the end. -via Jeremiah NTJ and Bookslinger, jrganymede.com The discomfort one feels from the scornful mocking coming from…

“There isn’t anything to be forgiven”

Aug 20, 2019
0 min read

“There is a limit to human charity,” said Lady Outram, trembling all over. “There is,” said Father Brown dryly, “and that is the real difference between human charity and Christian charity. You must forgive me if I was not altogether…

Put on the Identity of God

May 4, 2018
2 min read

The following is reposted from JRGanymede.com The Lovely One brought up the idea that Jacob getting the birthright from Isaac by deception was a type of us and Christ. We inherit all that our father hath by assuming our older…

Heed Them Not

Jul 2, 2017
5 min read

I can’t think of a more spot-on description of the virtual, media-fueled cloud of blabbering that surrounds us than the great and spacious building mentioned first in Lehi’s vision in the Book of Mormon. The building had the characteristics of…

A Modern Parable: The Bull and the Jackrabbit

Jun 19, 2016
2 min read

I love the modern parables that often appear over at jrganymede.com. They often feature common animals such as bulls, parrots, rabbits, etc. Over time, I’ve started to see patterns in these parables of which animals represent different aspects of our…

Rage Against the Machine via Junior Ganymede

May 6, 2016
6 min read

This is an interesting read from MC over at Junior Ganymede. The original post can be viewed at it’s source here, but I’ve included the entirety of it here below: My oldest will be old enough for Kindergarten in the…

The Military & Schoolhouse Models in Mormonism

Apr 22, 2016
8 min read

I really liked this post from the guys over at Junior Ganymede. When I saw the title and began reading it I thought I knew where the author was taking the subject but I was pleasantly surprised to see how…

From a Garden to a City

Nov 10, 2015
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The was posted over at Junior Ganymede and I just loved the ideas it inspired in my mind. There are building metaphors in the scriptures and there are husbandry metaphors in the scriptures. Christ is the building block, for example, and…