I think this quote is quite intriguing: "The Savior is not dependent on food or water or oxygen or any other substance or power or person for life. Both as Jehovah and Messiah, He is the great I Am, the self-existing God. He simply is and ever will be." The Resurrection of Jesus Christ - … Continue reading

I realize believing this talk requires faith (just as every scientific theory requires a hypothesis which is effectively a statement of faith), but as I consider it numerous times over, I find the logic and reasoning is unassailable.  I agree the Resurrection is the most important event in the history of the world. The Resurrection … Continue reading

It take courage to do what is right. "Christlike love is the greatest need we have on this planet in part because righteousness was always supposed to accompany it. So if love is to be our watchword, as it must be, then by the word of Him who is love personified, we must forsake transgression … Continue reading

A deeply insightful book.  Here's a simple quote from the Introduction: "Once I was invited over to a friend’s apartment to have a religious discussion with her friend who was an active member of another Christian faith. This woman turned out to be stridently anti-Mormon and was well equipped with all the standard biblical arguments … Continue reading

President Ezra Taft Benson with prophetic insight said, “Nothing is going to startle us more when we pass through the veil to the other side than to realize how well we know our Father [in Heaven] and how familiar his face is to us.” (The Father and the Son, April general conference, Elder Christoffel Golden … Continue reading

Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?  Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven. (Matthew 18:21-22) Today's question is what does this really mean?  The Savior holds us accountable … Continue reading

"The miracle of the Atonement [of Jesus Christ] is not just that we can go home but that—miraculously—we can feel at home there. ...Think of [those]...who have chosen to live without faith and without repentance. They don’t want to change. They are not trying to abandon sin and become comfortable with God. Rather, they are … Continue reading