Tag Archives: Justice

Prayers, Priesthood and the Demands of Justice

To begin, let’s define justice in the eternal sense. Justice is inviolate, which means that even God cannot circumvent justice – or He would actually cease to be God. (Jacob 6:10; Mosiah 2:38) Justice demands that: . . Every soul … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Beggar

Robin raised a valid point in her comment, which was that no matter why evil things come to pass in our lives, that it does not excuse those who commit sin, or who abuse. I of course agree. My earlier Un-Blog … Continue reading

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Pre-mortal Choices

Plotting Our Own Lives K-Jo commented on “The Greatest Cause” and asked for more information about the idea that God sees the past, present and future, and that somewhere in our past, we agreed to the circumstances of life we … Continue reading

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Worshiping God

Lisa, thank you for your comment. I have been pondering how best to answer your question about why we pray to the Father, yet rely upon Christ for “all good things” to come into our lives. You mentioned that you would … Continue reading

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