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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - aka the Mormon Church - teaches that God lives, that Jesus Christ is our Savior and brother and that we can be forgiven our sins through the atonement of Jesus if we repent and accept his gospel. Jesus Christ is the literal Son of God. His birth, life, death, and resurrection fulfilled the many prophecies contained in the scriptures concerning the coming of a Savior. He was the Creator, He is our Savior, and He will be our Judge (see Isaiah 9:6, 53:3-7; Psalms 22:16-18).
LDS members read the bible. Large Bible - Genuine Leather Mormons believe, revere and love the Holy Bible. We see it as a powerful, important, and sacred holy record which serves as the bedrock of all Christianity. The Bible is rich in history, doctrine, stories, sermons and testimonies, all of which witness that Jesus Christ is the Divine Son of our Heavenly Father. The Bible is the word of God and came from the writings of holy men of God as they were moved upon by the Holy Ghost (see 2 Peter 1:20-21). Through the same process we have additional Holy Scripture, including the Book of Mormon, which supports and exalts the Bible.
The Book of Mormon is another witness that Jesus Christ really lived, that He was and is God’s Son. It contains the writings of ancient prophets. One of these, Lehi, lived in Jerusalem around 600 B.C. God commanded Lehi to lead a small group of people to the American continent. There they became a great civilization. God continued to call prophets among these people. The Book of Mormon is a collection of the writings of their prophets and record keepers. Scriptures - Book of Mormon
Mormons believe that through the Atonement of Christ, all mankind may be saved, by obedience to the laws and ordinances of the Gospel.
Baptism in water is an ordinance essential for salvation. By being baptized, we show God that we are willing to be obedient to His commandments. Jesus set the example for us by being baptized, even though He was without sin. The Savior revealed the proper method of baptism to the Prophet Joseph Smith, making clear that the ordinance must be performed by one having priesthood authority and that it be done by immersion. Immersion is symbolic of the death of a person’s sinful life and the rebirth into a spiritual life, dedicated to the service of God and His children. It is also symbolic of death and resurrection. Gifts - Baptism
Little children are redeemed through the mercy of Jesus Christ. They are “alive in Christ” and cannot sin. They do not need baptism until they understand the difference between right and wrong. The Lord has revealed that children should be baptized at eight years of age.
Mormons believe that the Holy Ghost is a member of the Godhead, along with God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. The Holy Ghost is one in purpose with the Father and the Son, but is a separate being. Through Joseph Smith, the Lord revealed: The Holy Ghost has not a body of flesh and bones, but is a personage of Spirit. The Holy Ghost Is Like a Blanket. Were it not so, the Holy Ghost could not dwell in us. (Doctrine and Covenants 130:22) The special mission of the Holy Ghost is to testify of the Father and the Son, to reveal the truth (Book of Mormon, Moroni 10:4,5), to comfort us (John 14:26), and to sanctify us. He is a divine guide and teacher.
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Latter-day Saints believe that there are good and bad angels, and that God uses angels to help build His kingdom and promote His work on the earth. Latter-day Saints believe in angels and angelic visitations to man—visitations now as well as in ancient times, and visitations in the future. The angels of God are primarily: a. resurrected persons who live in the presence of God and act as his representatives and messengers to the earth (Peter, James, John, John the Baptist, Moroni, a Book of Mormon prophet, and so on). b. the spirits of unresurrected persons who once lived on the earth and who now dwell in the presence of God and act as his celestial representatives and messengers (Gabriel). c. the spirits of persons who have not yet been born on the earth but who live in the presence of God and act as his representatives and messengers (Jesus Christ in 3 Nephi 1:3 and in Ether 3:7–16). d. the spirits of deceased persons who dwell in the spirit world awaiting resurrection (1 Peter 3:18–12; also Lazarus in Luke 16:19–31. Shop the LDS bookstore
Family relationships can last forever—not just for this life. Just as some of life’s sweetest joys can come through family associations, the loss of a beloved family member can be a source of our deepest sorrows. Jesus Christ gave power to His disciples to seal families together forever when He said, “And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven”. Death does not need to be the end of our relationships with cherished loved ones. Family members who accept the Atonement of Jesus Christ and follow His example can be together forever through sacred ordinances performed in God’s holy temples. These ordinances seal a husband and wife together for all eternity and children to their parents as an eternal family.
Death is not the end. Death is really a beginning—another step forward in Heavenly Father’s plan for His children. Someday your physical body will die. But your spirit does not die, it goes to the spirit world, where you will continue to learn and progress and may be with loved ones who have passed on. Death is a necessary step in your progression, just as your birth was. Sometime after your death, your spirit and your body will be reunited—never to be separated again. This is called resurrection, and it was made possible by the death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ (see 1 Corinthians 15:20-22).
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