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 September 2 – Philippians 2:5-7 “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus: Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God:  But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men.”

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 The Gospel through the Ages 16 “INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES … Among the spirits assembled at that great council there were no two exactly alike. Some were more intelligent, more daring, more obedient than others. … …it was but natural for a difference of opinion to develop over the two proposed plans of salvation.

Lucifer vigorously campaigned for his plan, which was in opposition to the original Gospel pattern. His proposition, however, appealed to many of God’s children, especially to the unadventurous ones. For them victory and salvation seemed to be assured if they followed Lucifer.

…the great majority of the progressive spirits…welcomed a world that offered real adventure and constant danger, where they could be agents unto themselves to cooperate with God in a great social scheme of learning and living truth—….” — Milton R. Hunter, 1945 [emp. added] (more…)

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Gospel_Through_the_Agessalt lake mormon temple 2The Gospel Through the Ages, p. 20; “Since Jesus was foreordained to be the Savior of mankind, God the Father also honored Him by naming the plan of salvation the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It makes no particular difference by what title this system of truth had been called on other worlds, it contains the same eternal verities which, through obedience to its principles, exalt human beings in any world, giving to them eternal life.” – Milton Hunter

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Gospel_Through_the_AgesThe Gospel Through the Ages, p. 51; “Jesus became a God and reached HisMilton Hunter great state of understanding through consistent effort and continuous obedience to all the Gospel truths and universal laws.” – Seventy Milton R. Hunter

 

 

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