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...

Accountability Mormonism

Accountability Mormonism

Mormons do believe that agency, the ability of each person to choose right or wrong and to act freely, is a marvelous gift from God. Mormonism teaches that all individuals here on earth are being proven to see if they will use their agency to show their love for...

The Church In The World

The Church In The World

Mormons are counseled by the General Authorities of the Church to be "in the world, but not of the world."  Mormonism teaches that we need to live according to the commandments of God in every era and place.  God never changes, and His commandments are eternal.  Thus,...

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...

Mormon Underwear

Mormon Underwear

Mormon underwear is a curiosity for some and a subject of ridicule for others.  It has been described as “magic,” “special,” and “secret,” along with countless other adjectives.  Mormon underwear is usually called “garments” among Mormons, perhaps to distinguish them...

Seer Translation

The Book of Mormon is a translated document, originally written in a language which Joseph Smith Jr. described as Hebrew, written in “Reformed Egyptian” characters.  As Joseph Smith was not well educated, even in English, how was he able to translate it?  The Lord...

Holy Ghost Mormonism

Holy Ghost Mormonism

The Holy Ghost is the third member of the Godhead, along with God the Father and the Son, Jesus Christ. Mormons believe the Holy Ghost is a spirit-man, a spirit son of God the Father. Mormons believe that, before this life on earth, all people lived in heaven with our...

Mormon History

Mormon History

Overview The Church of Christ (the original name for the Mormon Church) was organized with six founding members in Fayette, New York on April 6, 1830. (The full name, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was given by revelation in 1838. It is because of...

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