The Just Shall Live By Faith – Responding to Mark Cares of TILM

Cares attempts to question the April 2017 First Presidency Message by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf. This message titled – The Just Shall Live by Faith. In such an attempt to bring into question the heart and spirit of the message Uchtdorf provided: Cares sidesteps and makes false accusations and conclusions. In other words – Mark Cares article is just another example of how modern Evangelical Christians attempt to twist messages and scriptures in order to “Witness” to Mormons and bring them unto Christ.

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I Am Unapologetically Raising My Daughters With A Bold Faith in Jesus Christ

I am unapologetically raising my daughters with a strong conviction and bold faith that is based on love and righteousness in Jesus Christ. They ought not to walk in fear of God. Hope they do not come to a place where they believe that God is awaiting to punish them for every wrong behavior or act they commit. Instead, my hope that if they do walk in error that they are courageous enough to seek out their Loving Heavenly Father and walk in forgiveness and repentance.

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On Being a Mindful Latter-day Saint in a Post-Christian Era

It is the idea of being acutely aware of how we are feeling, the physical response we have, the emotional responses that begins within our thoughts, the particular feelings associated with those emotional thoughts, attached feelings and the engagement of behaviors that stem from those thoughts and feelings.

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Inauthentic Christian living a model of holiness?

Living an authentic life is where a Christian lives true to his or her core values and beliefs. For the Christian, to live contrary to their core values and beliefs, is to live an inauthentic Christian lifestyle. Yes, it is a struggle when we take a look at the way social culture is going. However, we do not have to appear fake and pretend in order to be considered well-mannered.

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3 Key Elements of Spiritual Growth

We see great benefits when we read and meditate on the word of God. The Bible teaches us, corrects us when we are in error, trains us for righteousness in order for us to be complete, and equipped to engage in ministry through Christ.

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