What is the answer for Latter-day Saints (or anyone) to the question “Are you saved.?” And HOW are you saved? Are Latter-day Saints “saved”? I know some who are. And many who think they are. And some who are afraid they might not be.
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“Looming over the various priestly figures of the patriarchal period is that of Melchizedek. Here is a singularly mysterious figure who all but vanishes from the canon as soon as he appears. . . .. Likewise, of all of the figures in Genesis, Melchizidek is the only one in the book called a priest of ‘El ‘Elyon, “God Most High.” It does raise the question about what else we might discover about this mysterious, but important individual.
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Scientists have begun to explore and discover the benefits of gratitude on our health and well-being. The Lord told us what gratitude could bring us long ago. (Doctrine and Covenants 77-80)
Sometimes we may think of the celestial kingdom as an unattainable place where we can never hope to belong. Let's explore why that assumption may not show a full understanding of the role of Jesus Christ in the Plan of Salvation.
Despite being excommunicated and becoming an opponent of the Church, former apostle William E. McLellin said, "I have set to my seal that the Book of Mormon is a true, divine record and it will require more evidence than I have ever seen to ever shake me relative to its purity."
While the exact occasion that inspired the short revelation now known as Doctrine and Covenants 65 is not clear, Joseph Smith clearly called it a “revelation on prayer.” But at first glance, prayer may not seem like the main theme of this revelation.