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God's Infinite, Eternal Power

Today, we have another collaboration with Rick Graham. The words were inspired by a General Conference address given in the Priesthood Session in October 2013 by Elder Niel A Andersen. 51 more words

Is This Father Phyllis?

One of the characteristics of the dissenters who arose after Vatican II has been their refusal to accept official decisions of the Church when those decisions did not suit them. 865 more words

Realities

Book review: The Magical Powers of the Saints-Evocation and candle rituals

The book The Magical Power of the Saints: Evocation and Candle books was an interesting read. It was just what it states its about. The book focuses on Saints and candle magic and nothing else. 913 more words

Spirituality

The Oath and Covenant of the Priesthood

It is ours, the total armor
Priesthood held by Christ, our Lord
If, as brethren, we are worthy
Of the Spirit’s whispered word.

Let us venture forth in freedom… 185 more words

Service

Honouring the Priesthood Keys Restored through Joseph Smith

‘The keys of priesthood had to be restored. It was not sufficient that John the Baptist came with the keys of the Aaronic Priesthood, and Peter, James, and John with the keys of the Melchizedek Priesthood, by virtue of which the Church was organized, but there had to be an opening of the heavens and a restoration of keys held by all the prophets who have headed dispensations from the days of Adam down to the days of Peter, James, and John. 157 more words

Teachings Of The Presidents Of The Church - Joseph Fielding Smith

I am called... to worship him

Worshipping God is the most important part of a priests calling, being the inspiration for and informing all of his or her other activities. Worshipping God is taking a step back from the preoccupation with ourselves. 223 more words

God

Discernment: Hurdling the Obstacles of Life

By Matt Keppel

What happens when your discernment doesn’t go as planned? Have you ever had that happen before? You’ve taken the high road, given God everything that you could, but despite everything you did or said things just have not turned out the way you had hoped. 448 more words

Practical Theology