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Speaking Up!


I once read a good tag line from someone, so good that I remember it word for word: “In the process of childproofing our world we may neglect the more important duty of worldproofing our children.” Let’s speak up — at home, and especially at home, or wherever we have people around them, let’s speak up and let them know of our testimony.

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Perfection Is A Long Time Coming


So we are supposed to become perfect? Well, it’s going to be a long project, and we need patience. But peace can be with us all the way, the peace that the Savior promised to give to his followers.

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The Church Condemned


How the whole Church came to be under condemnation. Why the Book of Mormon is so important.

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The Co-Eternal Man Part 4 — Eternal Progression


Our destination is to continue creation, to give continuance to the work and glory of our Father.

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Think of Light As Symbol of Spirit, Truth And More


Light, Truth, Spirit, Life. What do they mean for us? See D&C 93 and my Co-Eternal Man series.

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The Co-Eternal Man Chapter 3 — Co-Creator


Man is continuing the Creation. In our families, we have the children of Heavenly Father, whose bodies we have created out of the dust of the earth. And the Circle of Life goes on.

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The Co-Eternal Man


From the first lesson: Our consciousness and personality was not created (especially out of nothing), but has always existed; neither can it be destroyed, so there is escape from consciousness; read about the ideas of Eternal Man. Almost managed to stay under 1,000 words, but there’s a long quotation…

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Am I Inspired Or Inspiring


We need to have humility, tolerance and patience in our relationship with others and the Lord. He works with us; he calls the brethren “friends” in the D&C.

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Who Then Can Be Saved?


What are our priorities? Jesus said that it is difficult for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. As far has Jesus is concerned, it doesn’t matter what our net worth is. What matters is where our heart is…

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From the Manger to the Cross; the Adult Jesus and Sacrament


I wish to remind everyone again that it was the Adult Jesus, who suffered and died, not the Baby Jesus of the Manger.

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