Tag Archives: Jesus

The Trophies of Our Conversion

What are our trophies that we discard so that we might turn ourselves to Jesus? http://www.ldsliving.com/The-Greek-Meaning-of-Conversion-That-Will-Deepen-Your-Understanding-of-What-It-Means-to-Come-Unto-Christ/s/87188

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Why Is Jesus the “Beloved” If We Are All Children of God?

When Jesus is called the “Beloved Son” it means that he is completely, thoroughly, and fully loved. He is the one who fully, thoroughly and completely pleases God.  “Beloved” comes from be + loved = fully, thoroughly, completely loved and … Continue reading

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One Significant Way Jesus Used Numbers to Create Meaning

In ancient Jewish times, the number seven symbolized perfection, completion, or fullness. The number seventy combines the perfection of seven with the symbolic completion of ten. Therefore, Jesus is using a form of hyperbole to make a point that our forgiveness … Continue reading

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When Should We Be Afraid Of The Future?

“Fear can be replaced by hope when perspective is available.” “The addiction to fear of the future is likely to create the very challenges we hope to avoid. Instead we should seek after peace, forgiveness, repentance, kindness and understanding.” http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865645137/When-should-we-be-afraid-of-the-future.html

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Jesus became like us so that we could become like him. New article on Deseret News.

“In our suffering we come to experience the truth and reality that Jesus became like us so that we could become like him. God — who knew all, had all, created all — was willing to take on the destructive … Continue reading

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John 10 and Hearing Unto Salvation

“In this Feast of Dedication context, Jesus is in the temple teaching that salvation comes to those who hear his voice as the good shepherd. But because of their history, and their future expectations, many Jews could not imagine a … 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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