Two Questions for Boyd K. Packer: Day Eleven

Fat Mo here and I didn’t post yesterday. Things happen, but I did do some reading when I could. Yesterday was so busy, I never got a chance to see who won the final Tour de France stage race. I didn’t see who won or how Chris Froome did. I do have Google, so I know the results, but it’s not the same.

I thought of two questions yesterday:

  • Why does Boyd K. Packer (BKP) write in passive voice so often?
  • Is BKP the wheat thresher, winnower, or the watcher of the wheat field? Or, which role does he play most often?
The Things of the Soul chapter two we believe all that God has revealed Boyd K Packer Book 1996
Chapter 2 of The Things of the Soul by Boyd K. Packer, 1996.

I slept in this morning ’cause I can on Saturday mornings for a little bit and ’cause I watched Star Wars; Rogue One on Netflix way into the night. When I woke up, I read some more into The Things of the Soul (BKP, 1996) and while doing so, I thought of the second question set a bit more. While I have my suspicions of which role BKP plays for the LDS Church as a leader and speaker, I need to verify this role through more research.