Tithing Mormonism

The word tithing, or tithe, means a tenth part. The paying of tithing to the Lord and His church has been a commandment for thousands of years. The first record of tithing is found in Genesis 14:20, when Abraham pays tithing to Melchizedek. In the biblical days of the...

Obedience Mormonism

Members of the Mormon Church are taught that obedience is the first law of heaven. To progress in this life, men and women must be obedient to the truths that come from the Lord. Jeremiah 7:23, “But this thing I commanded them, saying, Obey my voice, and I will be...

Prayer Mormonism

Prayer is the way by which any person can communicate directly with his Heavenly Father. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons or Latter-day Saints) believe prayer is necessary for each person to build a close relationship with the Lord....

Nature God

Who is God? There are many different beliefs about the nature of God in our modern world. Mormons have a very clear concept of God, and especially a clearly defined idea about the relationship between God the Father, Jesus Christ, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. Mormons...
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...
Sabbath Mormonism

Sabbath Mormonism

For Latter-day Saints (Mormons), The Sabbath Day is Sunday in most of the world.  Mormons who live in Israel celebrate the Sabbath on Saturday, and in Moslem countries, on Friday, keeping the spirit of the law to set aside the seventh day, but enabling Mormons to...
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