It is through our humility and submission to our Heavenly Father where he will bless and use us for his holy purposes
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Day 5 – Our Life is a Test
Our mortality is a test where we are to gain a vision and understanding of who Christ is, thereby gaining understanding of who our Heavenly Father is. Having this vision helps us go forward in faith and purpose because we know who we are and where we are heading.
Seek After Pure Revelation
Seeking after personal and divine revelation is our way of searching the horizon for God's divine wisdom, counsel, and safe passage. It is our pillar of cloud by day and our pillar of fire by night (See, Exodus 13:21-22). It never departs from us and is a constant reminder that our Heavenly Father is always with us - never forsaking us.
Does the Bible Teach that God is a Spirit According to John 4:24?
Jesus Christ - the Son of God The Bible teaches that “God is spirit” (John 4:24) and spirit alone does not have flesh and bone (Luke 24:39), but Mormons are taught that God the Father “has a body of flesh and bones as tangible as man’s” (D&C 130:22).~ Truth In Love Ministries - The Burden… Continue reading Does the Bible Teach that God is a Spirit According to John 4:24?
Who God is | Dismantling a Strawman Argument
WHAT DO MORMONS BELIEVE ABOUT GOD? NOW YOU KNOW The views and interpretations of LDS Doctrine in this apologetic essay reflect the understanding of the author and are not necessarily the official views of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Information presented is based upon the writer's intensive study into this subject and… Continue reading Who God is | Dismantling a Strawman Argument
In Conversation – Trinity or Godhead
Understanding the Godhead according to the LDS Church There is a Facebook Ad promoting a new book published by Truth in Love Ministries. It is entitled Crossing the Chasm: Helping Mormons Discovery the Bridge to God by Mark Cares (Founder of Truth in Love Ministries) and Jon Leach. Out of curiosity - I purchased and… Continue reading In Conversation – Trinity or Godhead
Comparative Theology on the Nature of the Father – Rejecting the Valentinus Gnostic Heresy and Gnostic Heresy of the Trinity
Photo by Tima Miroshnichenko on Pexels.com At 15 years of age, a young man by the name of Joseph Smith entered into a wooded place near his home and prayed. This has become known as the First Vision where Joseph Smith records various religious denominations engaged in preaching and proselytizing individuals. Upon reading James 1:5,… Continue reading Comparative Theology on the Nature of the Father – Rejecting the Valentinus Gnostic Heresy and Gnostic Heresy of the Trinity
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