Professional Rules for Any Job

-being late you upset everyone, even if they brush it off. -don’t procrastinate what you’ve been asked to do. -shaggy hair and clothes they perceive you as inefficient, no matter how they interact -wearing a tie suggests authority, and should be done where possible. -keep home positive so you can be positive at work. DoRead more

Man is Become As God: Spiritual Capitalism & Why Life is Hard

(Man is become as God echoes Genesis 3:5, 22; Alma 42:3; Alma 12:34, 21 & other scriptures) I ask, “God why is life so hard?” I hear no answer. I think to myself: ‘I sort of make it hard on myself, but the difficulty brings such rewards, that I chose to go through it.’ ThenRead more

The Doctrine of Opportune Moments: Priorities of a Successful Saint

“If you were waiting for the opportune moment, that was it!” -Captain Jack Sparrow, Pirates of the Caribbean   It seems to me that there are certain ideal or opportune moments wherein if we act, we will succeed. Consider the following evidences:   (A somewhat related note: Truman G Madsen speaks of how apparently womenRead more

The False Gods We Worship by President Spencer W. Kimball – Full Article

FIRST PRESIDENCY MESSAGE Official full text click here I have heard that the sense most closely associated with memory is the sense of smell. If this is true, then perhaps it explains the many pleasing feelings that overtake me these mornings when I am able to step outdoors for a few moments and breathe inRead more

Swear Not At All: Considering Home and Vocational Duties

Swear Not At All: Considering Home and Vocational Duties by Nate Richardson 5-13-17 RichardsonStudies.com rrnmailbox@gmail.com On 5-5-17, I considered the scripture that says to swear not at all, but let your communication be yea, etc.: when we swear to do something, our name is damaged if we don’t comply. Things get in the way thatRead more

Scriptural List of the Abominations of Babylon

Scriptural List of the Abominations of Babylon I don’t recall where I got this list but it’s brilliant. Brought to you By Nate Richardson Updated 1-27-18 RichardsonStudies.com rrnmailbox@gmail.com –incest (Lev. 18:6-16, 26-27); -homosexuality (Lev. 18:22); -idolatry (Deut. 7:25; 12:29-31; Mal. 2:11); -impure sacrifices to God (Deut. 17:1); -human sacrifice (Deut. 18:10, 12); -using practitioners ofRead more

Emphasize service, brotherhood, & grass-roots-education; de-emphasize careerism, status seeking, & hoop-jumping

Emphasize service, brotherhood, & grass-roots-education; de-emphasize careerism, status seeking, & hoop-jumping Balance of Vocational and Religious Duty Another Episode in the School of the Prophets by Nate Richardson 4-17-17 Topics: service, vocation, education It occurred to me today or yesterday one of the two, that it doesn’t matter so much that I use all myRead more

Year End Analysis 2016 by Joel Skousen, notes & video

Year End Analysis by Joel Skousen – 2016 notes by Nate Richardson updated 1-23-18 editor@richardsonstudies.com For the video of this presentation, click here or use this URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lQk-ifNcXU -Obama said illegals who vote won’t be prosecuted; this calling for violation of law was an impeachable offence. -When FBI director Comey exonerated Hillary Clinton saying thatRead more

Intro To Secret Combinations speech by Ken Bowers, summary

Intro To Secret Combinations speech by Ken Bowers from latterdayconservative.com downloads summary by Nate Richardson updated 1-23-18 richardsonstudies.com rrnmailbox@gmail.com These are a few points mentioned from a lecture by Ken Bowers. Ken Bowers worked with W. Cleon Skousen on many projects for 4.5 years. This is from the latterdayconservative.com downloads Intro to Secret Combinations http://www.latterdayconservative.com/downloads/Read more

Independence, LDS Quotes

Independence LDS Quotes compiled by Nate Richardson richardsonstudies.com rrnmailbox@gmail.com -“First Presidency that explained the principles upon which the Church’s welfare efforts were based. Included were these familiar words: “Our primary purpose was to set up, insofar as it might be possible, a system under which the curse of idleness would be done away with, theRead more

Directing Youths about Vocation in non-harmful ways & the non-pop version of the idea that there is more to life than career

Directing Youths about Vocation in non-harmful ways & the non-pop version of the idea that there is more to life than career by Nate Richardson richardsonstudies.com rrnmailbox@gmail.com -When people say “yes I know its not all about career but the mighty career is so you can retire then enjoy your kids and then vacate andRead more

Vocation analysis by Hugh Nibley from BofM/PoGP Lectures

Vocation analysis by Hugh Nibley from BofM/PoGP Lectures compiled by Nate Richardson richardsonstudies.com rrnmailbox@gmail.com These are some of my notes from Nibley’s Book of Mormon and Pearl of Great Price classes taught at BYU. Not all of these ideas are specifically about vocation, but allude to such. For my document with more notes on thoseRead more

Low Budget Library

Low Budget Library by Nate Richardson updated 1-16-18 rrnmailbox@gmail.com richardsonstudies.com -for more specific sources see also Book Library, Movie Library, and Music Library for links etc. -“Books and Things” outlet of Cedar Fort Publishing; see scratch and dent section for books around 3-25$, 60% usual price; at 2373 W. 700 S. Springville -Deseret Industries booksRead more

Book List and Price Excerpt

Book List and Price Excerpt by Nate Richardson rrnmailbox@gmail.com richardsonstudies.com –God’s law of finances by Stephen Palmer; a free book on what LDS leaders have said about finances. See at http://stephendpalmer.com/gods-laws-finance/ -“Eve Out of the Garden” blog at http://www.deilataylor.com/free-hugh-nibley-sources/hugh-nibley-mp3-audio/ has free audio of Hugh Nibley’s Book of Mormon class, Pearl of Great Price class, andRead more