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Who is this Christ?

December 25th, 2012 1 comment

Christ

The anointed (Gk.) or Messiah (Heb.).

Jesus ChristJesus, who is called Christ, is the firstborn of the Father in the spirit and the Only Begotten of the Father in the flesh. He is Jehovah, and was foreordained to his great calling in the Grand Councils before the world was. He was born of Mary at Bethlehem, lived a sinless life, and wrought out a perfect atonement for all mankind by the shedding of his blood and his death on the cross. He rose from the grave and brought to pass the bodily resurrection of every living thing and the salvation and exaltation of the faithful.

He is the greatest Being to be born on this earth – the perfect example – and all religious things should be done in his name. He is Lord of lords, King of kings, the Creator, the Savior, the God of the whole earth, the Captain of our salvation, the Bright and Morning Star. He is in all things, above all things, through all things, and round about all things; he is Alpha and Omega, the first and the last; his name is above every name, and is the only name under heaven by which we can be saved.

He will come again in power and glory to dwell on the earth, and will stand as Judge of all mankind at the last day.

To learn more of Jesus Christ and His Life and Sacrifice for us follow this link.

In the Spirit of Thanksgiving

November 24th, 2010 No comments

Random people on the streets of New York City share a variety of grateful responses to one simple question: What are you thankful for? From Mormon Messages

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What Do We Believe as Mormons?

May 4th, 2010 No comments

There is so much to know about the LDS people and you deserve to find out the truth for yourself. We are called Mormons, but the proper name of the church is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We are a peculiar people, but we’re not odd. We are just normal average people who enjoy the same things that you enjoy.

We’re not polygamists, we do dance, we don’t drink alcohol, tea or coffee, we do love our neighbors and even those we don’t know and above all, we believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and recognize Him as our Savior, Lord and King.

Spend a few minutes and find out what the Mormons really believe. Find out from the Mormons directly. Click here to link directly to the Mormons.

Attend April 2010 General Conference on the Internet

April 4th, 2010 No comments

April 2010 General Conference

The 180th Annual General Conference will be held April 3–4 in the Conference Center. Live audio and video streams will be available from the broadcast page

You can also find activities for children to help them benefit more from conference.

Watch April 2010 General Conference

April 3rd, 2010 No comments

April 2010 General Conference

The 180th Annual General Conference will be held April 3–4 in the Conference Center. Live audio and video streams will be available from the broadcast page

You can also find activities for children to help them benefit more from conference.

What Matters Most

December 27th, 2009 No comments

President Thomas S. Monson counsels us to spend time with, cherish, and express love to the people we hold dear. Read the entire talk here: http://bit.ly/1lzl5

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In Sickness and Health

December 21st, 2009 No comments

See how faith and love can remain strong through the challenges and the changing seasons of our lives.

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Church History Today – October 3rd

October 3rd, 2009 No comments

October 3, 1918 – While contemplating the meaning of Christ’s atonement, President Joseph F. Smith received a manifestation on the salvation of the dead and the visit of the Savior to the spirit world after His crucifixion. A report of the experience was published in December and was added first to the Pearl of Great Price and then to the Doctrine and Covenants June 6, 1979, as Section 138.

October 3, 1924 – Radio broadcast of general conference began on KSL in Salt Lake City, the Church-owned station. Coverage was expanded into Idaho in 1941.

October 3, 1956 – The new Relief Society Building in Salt Lake City was dedicated.

October 3, 1974 – Seventies quorums were authorized in all stakes and all quorums in the Church were renamed after the stake.

October 3, 1975 – President Kimball announced in general conference the organization of the First Quorum of the Seventy, and the first three members of the quorum were sustained.

October 3, 1981 – A network of 500 satellite dishes for stake centers outside Utah was announced.

October 3, 1982 – Elder Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve and a member of the Scriptures Publication Committee announced that a subtitle was being added to the Book of Mormon: “Another Witness of Jesus Christ.”

Church History Today – June 30

June 30th, 2009 No comments

June 30, 1830 – Samuel H. Smith left on a mission to neighboring villages, including Mendon, N.Y. where the Young and Kimball families resided.

June 30, 1916 – The First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve issued a doctrinal exposition clarifying the use of the title “Father” as it is applied to Jesus Christ.

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