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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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Are you referring to anything specifically? If you can provide a specific instance, that might be more informative. In short: the answers are: Nullify, no. Takes precedence, yes. For example, polygamy is an eternal law. And although it is not practiced today, it has been practiced as noted in the Bible (Genesis 16:3; 25:1; 29:21-30; 30:3-4, 9), spoken ...


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No, but from there one has to dig in to the deliberately strong word you framed it with: nullify. When it comes to the Mormon health code for example, they don't drink alcohol. So wine is not used in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. But the commandment of Jesus to use wine in rememberance is not nullified but put on hold. There will be a time where wine ...


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I wouldn't say there's any example of prophetical art specifically but there is a Biblical basis for people being led by God to create art for example the Tabernacle and Temple in the OT (e.g. Exodus 31:1-5). In my mind, if someone is open to the Holy Spirit leading them to do things than it's not hard to imagine that they might create some art that has ...



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