October 2011 General Conference Address by Elder Niel L. Anderson The decision of when and how many children to have is a decision to be made between a husband and wife and the Lord. We should not judge another based on their family size.
Honoring and keeping our covenants brings great blessings in mortality and qualifies us for exaltation. Scriptures referencing this idea: Exodus 19:3-6: And Moses went up unto God, and the Lord called unto him out of the mountain, saying, Thus shalt thou say to the house of Jacob, and tell the children of Israel; Ye […]
Ordinances are are sacred physical acts with symbolic meaning which opens the door to rich spiritual blessings. One of the ordinances mentioned is the sacrament. Perhaps a study of ordinances and their purposes will bring a greater spiritual understanding of the sacrament. If I were to prepare a sacrament meeting that called specific attention to […]
online version Elders’ Quorum – Sunday 9 Oct 2011 Read the opening story from Pres. Monson’s remarks. Then ask, have we ever looked at the Book of Mormon for its promises? Or as a book of promises. I’ve never to consider the Book of Mormon for its promises. Yet it is called the New Covenant […]
TG: Judgment: Rev 16:7 – “I hear another… say… Lord God Almighty, true and righteous are they judgments.” -This establishes the standard for judgment. This statement also recognizes from where all truth flows. It is only appropriate that the final judge of our labors be He who has all truth. ¿? – Will we be […]