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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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Praise and Honor and Glory

I also heard Elder McConkie make the statement that we shouldn’t seek a personal relationship with Christ. I believe what he was saying was that we shouldn’t seek an exclusive relationship, in the sense that Heavenly Father is excluded from … Continue reading

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Glorious and Everlastingly Significant

Some years ago I had an interesting visual experience. I was pondering prayer, and how Heavenly Father views those who diligently seek Him, when I saw the earth, dark and cold as if from the vastness of space. The image … Continue reading

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The Greatest Cause

Wow, thank you for so many positive comments on such an unusual topic. I’m glad you found it helpful. Personally, it wasn’t until I understood what “they” were up to that I realized how important it was to remain pure, … Continue reading

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