Because grief may be powerful and overwhelming, many of us have attempted to avoid experiencing it. This may come when we experience a sense that our faith is lacking in God. However, our Savior understands the depths of our own sorrows. It is the cost of our love toward other people. And it is sadly unfortunate that our society today teaches that we need to get over the loss and move on. One simply does not get over or move on after a significant loss of someone they love.
It is arguably evident that SpaniardVIII makes it so evidently clear that they have absolutely no clue as to what they are attempting conclude.
Saw a friend share this meme to her Facebook Social Media profile and it got me to thinking about apologetics and how we approach certain topics. Do we come from a place of education and understanding? Or, do we springboard from being institutionalized by propaganda? Whether it is politics, social issues, current affairs, religion, or…
As we see, the nature of sexual integrity and teaching of the law of chastity – especially among young people – is quite paramount to the foundation of Christian faith. It is not so much a teaching of oppressing someone. It is not a damaging mindset as the writer of ex-mormon blog insinuates. Neither is this based on fairy tales related to realizing a sense of authentic happiness. Sexual integrity and the teachings of the law of chastity has significant foundation in developing a resilient and healthy lifestyle. One that avoids giving into sexual temptation.
Does wealth go against Christian values and principles? Understanding Matthew 19:24 in proper context