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Pardon Me Found this site by Devine hand I would think forgive me if I make any error to your proper form of doing things I only thought to read in the shadows and see others ways of thinking but I MUST SPEAK ON THIS !!! How could a church not let a person enter Temple and offer love for our lord god just because he has failed to send proper Tiths along to ...


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I'm going to mention other groups of religions and there are, of course, variations within the groups, and it is not to disparage them, but to point out some of the differences and similarities. I have attended several of them and like the work they are doing in "all of Christendom" and in the world. Any disagreement part you will be able to pick up on. ...


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It seems to be somewhat true that there was some hostility to the arrival of Mormons to the city of Lethbridge, Alberta! Lethbridge became a town on November 29, 1890 and a city on May 6,1906. "The first permanent LDS residents of Lethbridge were encouraged to settle there by A. C. Magrath, the first mayor of the city." - Land of the Second Chance, page ...


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Essentially, yes. Current revelation can be more relevant Though God himself is the same yesterday, today, and forever. (Hebrews 13:8, 1 Nephi 10:18), man and his circumstances do change. President Brigham Young was asked to speak on this topic. Brother Brigham took the stand, and he took the Bible, and laid it down; he took the Book of Mormon, and ...


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First of all, the title doesn't really match the question body. I suppose what you mean is something along the lines "God commanded X earlier, now he wants you to do Z instead."?! There are multiple mentions of revoking an earlier command in D&C, for example: D&C 58:31-33 31 Who am I, saith the Lord, that have promised and have not fulfilled? ...



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