Choose Liberty or Captivity

“…the right to direct your life is one of God’s greatest gifts to you.” – For the Strength of Youth, p. 2   Scriptures: 2 Nephi 2:27; Matthew 25:14-19; Moroni 7:15-19 and Doctrine and Covenants 58:27-28 We live in very challenging times where living according to the principles of the gospel has become an increasing…

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Tuesday morning devotion: Choose liberty or captivity

    Satan does not tempt us just to make us do wrong things – he tempts us to make us lose {our} value to God. He does not come to us on the premise of tempting us to sin, but on the premise of shifting our point of view, and only the Spirit of…

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Doctrine of exaltation found in the Gospel of Matthew

Morning Devotion and what is contained in Matthew 20:20-29 is the context setting. What is interesting about this passage (outside of the morning devotion on Spiritual confusion) is that the Mother of Zebedee’s children came before Christ and asked of him that her two sons sit with Christ in HIS Kingdom. One son sitting on…

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Mormon critics and criticism: A perception of extreme ideology

  Information cocoon is what Cass R Sunstein, the Felix Frankfurter professor of law at Harvard University, wrote in his column on Bloomberg View[1]. This same article also appeared in the Sunday edition of the Everett Herald, bearing the title: “How disagreeing can bring us together”[2]. Geared more toward political extremist viewpoints on the Conservative…

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Introduction: Survey – Apostasy to Restoration

  The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints proclaims that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is restored in these latter-days. Critics ask how the Mormon faith can proclaim to be a Restoration since there never was a need of restoring Christianity. Either side of the discussion, the central pillar that must be investigated is whether…

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