Baptism

Baptism

When Jesus was ready to start his ministry, he went to the Jordon River and asked his cousin, John, to baptize him. John was authorized to baptize people. John was startled, saying that he, John, needed to be baptized by Jesus. He wondered why Jesus, being the Son of...
How to Know This is True

How to Know This is True

 The members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes nicknamed Mormons, know God has lovingly sent us prophets to help us get through the last days of earth successfully. However, He has also given us a way to receive personal revelation just for...
Plan of Happiness

Plan of Happiness

 Before we came to earth, we lived with our Heavenly Father, who created our spirits. We were spirits then, without bodies, but we were ourselves—with our unique personalities and qualities. We had regular access to the Father and knew the truth. In time, God created...
Modern Day Prophecy

Modern Day Prophecy

In the beginning, God created Adam and spoke directly to him. However, God continued to choose prophets. God spoke to these prophets, and the prophets relayed the information they received to God’s children. The Lord spoke to these prophets to give them information...
Introduction to Teachings of the Book of Mormon

Introduction to Teachings of the Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon’s primary purpose is to testify of the Savior. In the process, it also gives us powerful insights into God and His gospel. Following are some of the teachings that help to define The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: The Savior And we...
The Book of Mormon–the Story Within

The Book of Mormon–the Story Within

The Book of Mormon is subtitled “Another Testament of Jesus Christ” as a way of giving people a glimpse of the purpose of the Book of Mormon. It does not replace the Bible. Throughout the book, in fact, you’ll find the Bible referred to and testified of. Portions...
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