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Introduction to the Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey
It is not something we often hear preached in our day and age. We are in a time where we have forgotten that there is a power greater than ourselves, and when the stakes are too high to be true, the hand of God is willing to save us even if it means we must obey His commands or lose our souls. It is our time, however, to reconsider the law of obedience. We will see the merits of obeying God, not just in the end times, but right now.
Keep Sweet: Obey or Perish in Times of Crisis and Change We live in a time where we see with our own eyes how God is beginning to shake up His people and refine us as precious silver for the Master’s use. In some cases, He is purging us using severe judgments (Rev 3:16).
Names of the characters in the Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey
Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:
- Mike Watkiss as Self
- Kate McNally as Charlene’s Sister’s Wife
- Nicholas Kartashov as Young Ammon Jeffs
- Jewelle Barlow as Young Ruby Jessop
- Gary Page as Warren Jeffs
- Clara Steeves as Charlene’s Sister’s Wife
- Sophia Kartashov as Young Susie Jeffs
- Marco Colosimo as Young Joe Rohbock
- Lymelia Barlow as Jessop Girl
- Parker Smith as Uncle Fred
- Rowe Miller as Young Lamont Barlow
The storyline of the Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey
“Pray and Obey” is an interactive, text-based role-playing game. The objective of the game is to become a great priest of The Church to help it survive the turmoil that’s going on in the world. As part of this goal, players are encouraged to pray every day for their tasks and also with other members of their team. To succeed, players must complete all tasks set before them by Day 1.
There’s a total of 40 characters in the game, with 18 male and 22 female. Each character has a unique personality, with different traits and interests. There are also over 40 supporting characters for players to interact with as part of their daily lives. The game is played via a web-based interface, where tasks are given to players by an unseen character known only as The Great Prophet. Responses from the player are given via text messages sent back to The Great Prophet.
Is Warren Jeffs still alive, and is also the FLDS still active? All queries on Keep Sweet have been answered: Obey and pray
Many people may be curious to know where Warren Jeffs and the FLDS Church are now. After all, Jeffs is a kidnapped child rapist, who convinced his followers that he was a prophet of God. However, there are still many active members in this cult-like religion that is still going strong. Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey will answer your questions about where Warren Jeffs is now as well as how it’s doing today.
Where is Warren Jeffs now?
Warren Jeffs, the self-described prophet of God now serving a life sentence in Texas is rumored to have died back in October of 2017. Whether he’s dead or alive is not known, but many are praying that if he has died. Also, it was not at the hands of those who he forced to live in secrecy and under his control. Of course, there are still many active members in the FLDS Church that follow Jeffs as their prophet. There are also rumors of his whereabouts and the safety of his wives still in the FLDS community. Lyle Jeffs, a close friend to his brother, Warren, and a man who helped him kidnap many young girls, reportedly fled the state of Utah in 2015 and took up residence in the Mexican state of Tlaxcala.
However, according to reports, he has recently returned to Utah. “Lyle Jeffs is back in polygamous enclaves along the Wasatch Front.
So, what do you think about the Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey?