Why I Like Being Mormon

Beliefnet members share the reasons they love being in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

flyer

08/27/2009 03:23:46 AM

I am mostley considerd an un-educated hethon. I have a 8th grade education with a GED. I have seen days that I had more than enough money that I didn't have to worry about bills or how mutch money I had left to spend. On the otheir hand I have been so poor that I had to live in a S-10 pickup . But I never knew true happiness or had a greater piece of mind than I did duiring the time I was an active member of the LDS church. It was also the sadest time of my life when I chose to turn my back on God and walked away. I made the biggest mistake in my intire life when I loved my wife and childran more than my Lord Jesus.I still have had to live a life time with out them.

flyer

08/27/2009 03:03:14 AM

I haven't been a member for quite some time,How ever I do believe all scriptures are of God. Look for a minute into the Cathalic church? Do they not have an intire library filled with biblical records /scriptures sealed away from the general public? At least the Later Day Saints dare to reveal there findings. I cannot believe that the English were the only people who could sail across the ocean to this country.Why not our Lord Jesus? Isn't he so mutch Greater than man? Hold onto your belief and faith. In days to come you will find that this will be more than enough to get you thrue the tough times LSD.

pgrimm

04/05/2009 08:09:52 AM

"Read the Scriptures and you will find me" Jesus.

pgrimm

04/05/2009 08:09:09 AM

The only temple is you, which is inhabited by Jesus Christ. The only prophets are those in Holy Scripture, those sent by God to speak of His son Jesus. The only power which allows one to know God is the Holy Spirit which God gives, and His Word. There is no other way to God and eternal salvation and daily peace. There is no building, no writings other than Scripture. All the extra-biblical information is, just that information, and not relevant to God's people.

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