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Most of the books written after the death of Jesus was written for the information that the apostles would need. They disappeared so that the word of God could continue on. If any or all had been found then the teaching of Jesus would have been for nothing. There is a really good reason that the teachings of God are still alive and powerful today. Nothing ...
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) believes that there are still people living from the time of Christ, and they believe Christ is referring to John the Beloved in this scripture, who was transfigured so that he would never die. Peter questions Jesus about John the Beloved in John 21:21-23 21 Peter seeing him saith to Jesus, Lord, and ...
Is this the one? John 8:24 ESV I told you that you would die in your sins, for unless you believe that I am he you will die in your sins. This is Jesus speaking to the Jews.
Because man is limited, whereas God is infinite. Consider judgment. Jesus was given the authority to judge because He was human (Son of Man). Man's place is a judge--we will judge angels. But Jesus said that as He heard, so He judged. His judgment was perfect because it did not originate with Himself but with the Father. Consider what we see. We see ...
The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil makes reference to the knowledge of Good and evil (Torah) that would arise from the tree (heritage) of the Jews. As Paul puts it, this was a ministry of Death. Jews were forbidden to eat from this tree (read and study it on their own) without the guidance of a capable teacher, lest they die 'spiritually.' Adam and ...
Necessity of the Spirit World In LDS theology, the Spirit World is the place where spirits reside between the time of death and the resurrection. Our time there plays an important role in our salvation, especially due to the doctrine of Salvation for the Dead.
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