How Can We Know the Truth

Our thoughts, our feelings, and our desires, are very important. But we should not place sole reliance on subjective means to determine what is true.
Jesus teaches us that to determine truth we must ABIDE in HIS WORD.
The Bible frequently tells us to study diligently and meditate on God’s word. People go into error, not because they lack an emotional experience, but because they lack knowledge of the Scriptures.

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What’s in a Name?

Conference Speaker-

President Russell M. Nelson

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Danny L

What’s in a Name?

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Every Church President since Joseph Smith has freely used “Mormonism” when describing the religion. Now, suddenly God has revealed to Russell Nelson that He is offended by the reference to “Mormon” and “Mormonism.” All this confusion should cause a member to wonder, which of all these current and former church apostles was truly a prophet? If any?

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