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No middle ground and no middle kingdoms

All Nephite dissenters were potential sons of perdition.  This was because they had, according to Lehi, “all the commandments from the beginning” (2 Ne. 1:10).  These commandments were on the plates of brass.  1,505 more words

Preaching The Gospel

(02/26/2015) Divinely Sent Dreams?

Today, Scriptures are shared to clarify the difference between discernment and prophetic dreams as opposed to nightmares with occult or psychiatric interpretation of dreams.  A writer at “Yahoo! 701 more words


(02/11/2015) The Spirit of Truth?

Points are shared, today, on how the ministry of Jesus is continued upon the earth by operations of a spirit from GOD that would permanently abide among and indwell the Savior’s followers after his resurrection from the dead, and his return to heaven.  904 more words

The Holy Spirit

The Nephite Artifacts

Meg Stout blogged the following on January 22 of this year:

Don Bradley wrote an intriguing paper titled Piercing the Veil: Temple Worship in the Lost 116 Pages…

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Adela Yarbro Collins: Women Prophets in Early Christianity

Professor Adela Yarbro Collins (Yale University) gives a lecture on “Women Prophets in Early Christianity”, delivered on February 13, 2014 at The University of Texas at Austin: 119 more words


The Second Seer

But, behold, verily, verily, I say unto thee,

no one shall be appointed to receive commandments and revelations in this church excepting my servant Joseph Smith, Jun.,

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Joseph Smith

Prophets – “thanksgiving and…merry”

As we bring our Wednesday study of the prophets this year to a close, consider what the Lord said of His people in Jeremiah 30:19… 56 more words