Tag Archives: God

What We May Have Missed in Jesus’s Loving Response to a Despised Man in the Bible

Zacchaeus in name and in reality was “the pure in heart,” and he was accordingly blessed to “see God.”  Learn more at http://www.ldsliving.com/What-We-May-Have-Missed-in-Jesus-s-Loving-Response-to-a-Despised-Man-in-the-Bible/s/86841.

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God is incomprehensible. Why does that matter?

I thought that If God is incomprehensible, you can’t truly know about Him or even be in relation with Him.  My friend helped me out of my confusion because I had thought that the words know and comprehensible had the same meaning.  So what … Continue reading

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How My Flooded Apartment Was an Answer to Prayer

We all want answers to our prayers. Are we willing to receive the flood of blessings that may come? How My Flooded Apartment Was an Answer to Prayer article on LDS Living.

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What Does God Really Mean When He Says “Be of Good Cheer”?

We live in a world where our senses and our sense of reality are assaulted daily to the point where we might wonder how anyone can be cheerful. So when God commands us to be of good cheer, does that … Continue reading

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Why We Should Be Proud to Be Called a Peculiar People

http://www.ldsliving.com/Why-We-Should-Be-Proud-to-Be-Called-a-Peculiar-People/s/84859 In our quest to follow God, to be His peculiar people, we may encounter the jeers and sneers of the crowd. We may experience momentary embarrassment at not being “cool” or “acceptable.” We may face that long walk in … Continue reading

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What does God Think About Strangers and Foreigners? New article on LDS Living

“Why did God make such explicit commands about protecting strangers, widows, and orphans? Because these individuals are among the most vulnerable of all God’s children. That vulnerability was particularly pronounced and acute in the ancient world. God seeks especial care … Continue reading

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Trust God, Not Your Possessions

“If we expect to get into the kingdom of God by means of any worldly or humanly thing, it will be impossible. Instead, with God, and only with God, is it possible to enter into his kingdom.” http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865632369/Trust-God-not-your-possessions.html

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