Baptism Mormonism

Baptism Mormonism

Mormonism emphasizes the importance of baptism. The fourth Article of Faith, authored by Joseph Smith, states that Mormons “believe that the first principles and ordinances of the Gospel are: first, Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ; second, Repentance; third, Baptism by...
Family in Mormonism

Family in Mormonism

The Importance of the Family in Mormonism The family is the essential and basic unit of life on Earth and in the eternities. Mormonism teaches important truths regarding the centrality of the family and its eternal destiny. Many of these truths can be found in The...
Priesthood Mormonism

Priesthood Mormonism

Mormonism teaches that the priesthood is the power and authority of God, the authority to act in God’s name and call upon His power. The Lord created the heavens and the earth by His priesthood power. Mormons believe Heavenly Father shares His priesthood with worthy...
Spiritual Gifts Mormonism

Spiritual Gifts Mormonism

Latter-day Saints (Mormons) believe that if members of the LDS Church are faithful and worthy (obedient to the commandments of God in all aspects of their life) they will receive spiritual blessings from the Lord. The Book of Mormon prophet Jacob described this state...
Faith Mormonism

Faith Mormonism

Faith in Jesus Christ is regarded as one of “the first principles and ordinances of the gospel” of God (Articles of Faith, 4). Mormons believe that faith, coupled with good works, is necessary to bring about the salvation of each individual. Unless individuals believe...
Testimony Mormonism

Testimony Mormonism

Mormons refer to an individual’s beliefs and faith as his or her testimony. A testimony comes through study and prayer, and it is a gift from Heavenly Father to His children. A testimony begins with a desire to know the truth. In addition to desiring a testimony of...
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