Mormons will soon have access to their personal church blessings through an online database.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints maintains a paper file of patriarchal blessings in its history department. Those files will soon be available in a digital, downloadable format through a project called LDS Tech.
The church announced the initiative on its Web site Tuesday. So far, 1.7 million blessings of an estimated 3.6 million have been scanned.
Patriarchal blessings are given by designated male church leaders to individual members in good standing. They are considered revelatory statements intended to provide warnings, comfort and guidance for a person's life.