Tag Archives: Mercy

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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Tender Mercy

After months of Un-Blogging, I’m going to write about today. It actually gives me a funny feeling, because I have never wanted UnBlogMySoul to be about myself, about what I did on any day, what I was feeling or why. … 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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