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Jesus who gave his life for us that we may have eternal peace in heaven with Jesus Christ our Lord.
We all live in our earthly bodies but our soul lives with in – The earthly body pass’s away not our soul,
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In this touching video, a young girl quietly teaches her worried family about the true meaning of Christmas. Don’t fall into the trap of Christmas-time business this year! Take some time out to contemplate the real “reason for the season.”
I love the quote at the end of the video: “To catch the real meaning of the spirit of Christmas, we need only drop the last syllable, and it becomes the Spirit of Christ.”
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From the word of God contained in His scriptures, we learn that “God is not the author of confusion” (1 Corinthians ) and also that He is “no respecter of persons” (Acts ). He does not leave things up to chance, and He wants the path to be clear, even if it is not always easy. The question of https://hookupdate.net/escort-index/grand-rapids/ which Church we join is an important one, because it relates to how much we seek and treasure God’s truth. Almost all churches have good people with sincere faith and varying degrees of truth. We should never disparage them or think that we are superior to any of God’s children. That said, we are to seek truth and to care enough to reject untruth. We are taught that baptism is important (John 3:5) and that baptism and other saving ordinances should be performed by one with authority to do so (Hebrews 5:4). When performed according to the manner God has prescribed, it is not merely symbolic, but has the concrete effect of a fresh start free from our past sins. It is a commitment on our part to embark in a lifelong quest to follow and represent Jesus Christ. If none of the particulars mattered, Jesus could have been baptized by anyone. Instead, He walked a considerable distance to go to John the Baptist, who held the priesthood authority to perform baptism. John the Baptist said that he only had the authority to perform baptism by water, but not baptism by fire, which is the baptism “of the Spirit” referred to in John 3:5, also called the “Gift of the Holy Ghost.”
This isn’t the first time we’ve had such a heated discussion with religion. I really don’t want to lose him because we are so much a like, he understand me, pushes me to be better, makes me laugh. We promised we wouldn’t let religion break us apart but it just may.
Answer: I have been inactive for about 5 years, my wife and I went inactive and everything.
“Forgive and do that which is sometimes harder than to forgive: forget. And when it comes to mind again, forget it again. God doesn’t care nearly as much about where you have been as He does about where you are and, with His help, where you are willing to go.” (“The Best is Yet to Be”, Ensign )
First off, I’m glad you want to raise your children in the church. I can definitely see why you would be scared to rejoin. It is tricky to see friends and family after you’ve been gone for a while. However, I do believe that when you rejoin, people will just be glad to see you again, and will want to celebrate you coming back! Remember the story of the prodigal son? Just like the son coming home to his father, you will be welcomed back immensely. If there is anybody who might resent you like the older brother, then that is not your fault. I hope this will help you, and know that I will be praying for your family.