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As you may already know, April and October are Conference months for the Mormon Church. For one weekend in each of these months various church leaders, from every organization in the Church give talks to their fellow church members via satellite, the internet, or in person at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, UT. For the months of November and May the Visiting Teachers in the Church are to scan the General Conferences talks in the Ensign (a Church publication) for one that catches their eye, and use it as their message to the women they visit that month.
Posted in Witnessing Tip of the Day, tagged 2nd Nephi, Adam, atonement, bible, Book of Mormon, cross, crucifixion, enmity between God and man, Eve, fall of man, false doctrine, false god, false gospel, false prophets, false teachers, Garden of Eden original sin, garment of righteousness, grace, Jesus, joseph smith, lds church, mercy, mormonism, peace with God, Redeemer, sacrifice, Savior, truth on 03/09/2014 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Witnessing Tip of the Day, tagged 1st Vision, angel of light, atonement, bible, body of Christ, Book of Mormon, Christianity, false doctrine, false prophecy, false prophets, false teachings, grace, grove of trees, guarantee, Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, Jesus is the Rock, joseph smith, justification, lds church, lies, love of God, mormonism, Moroni, Redeemer, revelation, Rock of salvation, salvation, Savior, Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, truth on 03/07/2014 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Mormon Dilemmas, tagged atonement, false doctrines of Mormonism, give last farthing, gospel, James Faust, Jesus, LDS General Conference October 2001, Luke 19:1-10, salvation, works vs. grace on 03/04/2014 | 3 Comments »
General Conference, October 2001, “The Atonement Our Greatest Hope”; “The Atonement cleanses us of sin on condition of our repentance. Repentance is the condition on which mercy is extended. After all we can do to pay to the uttermost farthing and make right our wrongs, the Savior’s grace is activated in our lives through the Atonement, which purifies us and can perfect us. Christ’s Resurrection overcame death and gave us the assurance of life after death.” – James E. Faust