How Satan Battles Truth

How Satan Battles Truth

This post was originally published in 2008. Minor revisions have been made.    Satan’s sole purpose in his life is to make everyone as miserable as he is, and the best way to do this is to battle truth. If he can turn people away from God, the Savior, and the saving...
The Sin of Pride

The Sin of Pride

Jacob, the third prophet of the Book of Mormon, warned his people of the sin of pride. Today, we tend to praise pride as a value, but never does the Book of Mormon speak of pride as a virtue. God just doesn’t see pride the way we do today. Jacob warned:   13 And the...
Is God Still in Our Lives?

Is God Still in Our Lives?

This article was originally published with LDS Blogs in 2008 by our beloved, and since departed, former editor, Terrie Lynn Bittner. We are still being blessed by your light and testimony, Terrie, and we are forever grateful for you.   There are many people who don’t...
Going Where God Leads You

Going Where God Leads You

Yesterday, in my weekly religion class, we talked about Abraham, of the Old Testament. God instructed Abraham to leave and get away from his family and homeland, where idolatry was being practiced. (See Genesis 12.) We noted this is a common practice in the...
J. Golden Kimball—Unusual Mormon Apostle

J. Golden Kimball—Unusual Mormon Apostle

J. Golden Kimball was a Mormon leader born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1853. His father was Heber C. Kimball and his mother was Christeen Golden. He was quite poor as a child and then worked as a cowboy and a teamster, which started him on a path that led him to be...
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