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Why Adultery is of a Far Greater Concern than Polygamy

[pdf copy] D&C 111 4a All legal contracts of marriage made before a person is baptized into this church, should be held sacred and fulfilled. 4b Inasmuch as this Church of Christ has been reproached with the crime of fornication, and polygamy: we declare that we believe that one man should have one wife; and[…]

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Testimony: All Nations North America (ANNA) & All Tribes DC

Upon waking on August 31, I received a gracious invitation to fast. It was a quiet word of faith accompanied with a peaceable assurance. Because I had so much work to accomplish that day for my business, I soon found myself focusing on how best to go about getting everything done that I felt pressing[…]

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“Why hast thou forsaken me?” – Part 3

[Printable Version] This third part (Part 3) in the series on Jesus’ question “…why hast thou forsaken me?” includes replies to questions and comments that I received regarding the initial post in the series (Part 1).  It also includes additional discussion on related topics which are meant to further explore the depth and significance of Jesus’ questioning[…]

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Passover 2016, the fellowship of Christ’s sufferings, and the joy of the Lord

This post is meant to contrast the anguish of Christ’s love with the love of men’s hearts waxing cold in these last times (Matthew 23:36-38 vs. Matthew 24:10,31). According to God’s calendar, the Passover obervance this year begins this evening, Friday April 22 (Easter was last month).  Here are a few thoughts I would like to[…]

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“Why hast thou forsaken me?” – Part 2

[printable version] Stephen’s dying requests provide us with valuable insight into Jesus’ concluding question on the cross, “Why hast thou forsaken me?” And they stoned Stephen; and he, calling upon God, said, Lord Jesus, receive my spirit. And he kneeled down, and cried with a loud voice, Lord, lay not this sin to their charge.[…]

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Why divisions – Part 1

Why divisions – Part 1: “Are Ye Not Carnal?” (Updated February 14, 2016) Why are there so many divisions in the church? Is it not because we are yet carnal? This was the reason Paul, the Apostle of Jesus Christ, identified for the divisions in the church at Corinth (cf. I Corinthians 1:10). For ye are[…]