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Plan of Salvation Drawing

Plan of Salvation Drawing

This is a drawing of the plan of salvation. It is not your typical plan of salvation diagram. Several features have been added to it in order to increase understanding of the plan: 181 more words


The Four Great Calls


By Wayne S. Walker

     One of the amazing marvels of modern technology is the cell phone.  Nearly everybody has one, including everyone in my family.  3,347 more words


Despised and Desperately Needed, a sermon on Matthew 5:13-16 by Kathryn Boswell

One of the many impressive and somewhat unbelievable things on TV police dramas is the way the official sketch artist is always able to sit down with the witness and make a drawing that looks exactly like the perpetrator of the crime – the “perp” in police lingo – so that the detectives can find him on the traffic cameras conveniently located a block from the crime and run his photo through the facial recognition software and come up with his name and phone number and current address and go lock him up. 1,620 more words


Doctrinal preaching certainly bores the hypocrites; but ... (©J.I. Packer)

“Doctrinal preaching certainly bores the hypocrites; but it is only doctrinal preaching that will save Christ’s sheep. The preacher’s job is to proclaim the faith, not to provide entertainment for unbelievers–in other words, to feed the sheep rather than amuse the goats.” – (J.I. Packer, A Quest For Godliness , 285).


Discourses of the BOM

Discourses and Addresses

The Book of Mormon is full of stories of certain characters speaking and teaching certain doctrines. Here is a list of who the individuals are and what discourses, speeches, and teachings they gave: 450 more words

Book Of Mormon

Useful Missionary Scriptures

Teaching from the Scriptures

Missionaries teach people all around the world about the Restoration, Plan of Salvation, principles of the Gospel, Commandments, and other things. They teach by the Spirit and by using scriptures. 82 more words

Book Of Mormon

Doctrinal (or “black letter”) methodology refers to a way of conducting research which is usually thought of as “typical legal research”. A doctrinal approach to research will focus on case-law, statutes and other legal sources. 405 more words