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Doctrine and Scriptures

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    I have had many challenges in my life lately, many of which are out of my control. After much searching and prayer I have discovered that the Atonement of Jesus Christ has helped me be able to overcome and deal with the difficulties in my life and be happy again.

    Many critics of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints encourage people not to pray to find out if the Book of Mormon is true! Is Moroni's promise at the end of the Book of Mormon wrong? Does the Bible agree with these critics or with the prophet Moroni? Find out in the article below.

    Many critics of the LDS church claim that we cannot trust the feeling of our hearts, as Moroni 10:3-5 instructs us! Does the Holy Ghost confirm Gods truths by the feelings of our hearts? This article unveils the scriptural truth.

    Hold to the rod.

    Addicts who stand near their acting out behaviors will not have sobriety survive. We need to move far upstream near the Savior to find healing.


    An LDS Sacrament meeting is designed to revitalize our spirit, the part of us that without constant nourishment goes dormant, grows cold and dies. We gain strength, direction and purpose through attendance. We can feel the Savior's Love and watch care over us.


    I love symbols. So much meaning can be packed into a single image.  I guess that's one reason I love temples so much, because they are filled will symbols.  In this article, I look at the magnificent "circle" symbols in the new Oquirrh Mountain Temple.

    According to the archaeological and historical records of the Americas, horses simply were not extant anywhere in the Americas during the time periods of either the Jaredites or the Nephites.  Yet the words horse and horses occur fourteen times in the Book of Mormon.  If the Book of Mormon is indeed a real account about real people who lived somewhere in the Americas, readers of the Book of Mormon should naturally expect logical explanations for occurrences of the words horse and horses in the Book of Mormon.

    The Apostle Paul was one of the greatest missionaries in the history of the Church of Jesus Christ.  Recently I was reading the fourth chapter of 2 Corinthians where he gives a message to the world, inviting them to partake of the light of the gospel.  Paul's language is sometimes difficult to understand in our day.  But, with careful study, his message is powerful.  Here is a verse-by-verse study guide, and a synopsis of his message

    The scriptures are filled with the message that God is just and that he loves his children. Yet, one needs not look very far to see that the world is full of pain and suffering.  Naturally the wicked suffer, but even the righteous, the innocent, and the pure, are allowed to suffer pain and heartache.  If God is just and merciful, if he loves his children, how can he allow (or cause) so much suffering in the world?

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