Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are often asked a variety of questions about what "Mormons" believe. Myself, as a convert to the Church, have been loaded with such questions. "Are you still a Christian?". "Do you celebrate Christmas and Easter?". "Do you believe in the Trinity?" These are just some of the questions I would receive from relatives, and school friends.
"The world around you is not equipped to provide the help you need to make it through this often-treacherous journey. So many in our society today seem to have slipped from the moorings of safety and drifted from the harbor of peace.
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President Nelson once expressed, "How much better it would be if all could be more aware of God’s providence and love and express that gratitude to Him."
It took me several years to realize I had the most important and effective "instruction book" at my disposal.
Jesus Christ said that "Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God" (John 3:5). But what about those who died without being baptized, or were baptized without proper priesthood authority?
For this reason, I came to a realization that it was just as vital for me to know and understand our brother who was cast out from heaven for rebellion so that I can remember and recognize his tactics in trying to gather and weaken all of Heavenly Father's righteous children.
Since I have joined the Church, I have experienced again and again the power of prayer. I have seen a man come from darkness to light, a miracle we were losing hope of ever witnessing. This is the true story of my father in law. He has proven that there is a Father in heaven who loves us, hears our prayers, and answers them in His due time.