You’ve all heard the phrase “and it came to pass” – you’ve read it so many times. It was basically like the “awesome-sauce” of the Book of Mormon and we should bring it back as a popular phrase! But these trends need some help, so we got your back. Here are 15 ways to use “and it came to pass” in everyday life:
- When you’re done passing a kidney stone.
- While watching a football game (or basketball, volleyball, or soccer) and witnessing a great pass.
- When you see an airplane, meteor, or UFO shoot across the sky.
- When someone near you releases gas loudly.
- When you receive an unexpected passing grade on a test.
- As a response to “please pass the ketchup.”
- After your Metro pass prints out.
- When emerging from the airport to see your family for the first time after your mission (best if done in a shout!).
- When presenting a passport at customs.
- At the start of any testimony bearing.
- At the end of Church (especially when Sunbeams teacher or nursery leader).
- As a pick-up line when a cute specimen walks by.
- When witnessing someone faint.
- When passing a car on the freeway (especially when passing on the right).
- When seeing a new Deacon pass the sacrament for the first time.
And it came to pass…