John Taylor: Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself

John Taylor: Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself

John Taylor, who was the third called prophet in these modern times, saw and experienced so much hatred and persecution in his life that I find these words of his particularly poignant and powerful. “Love one another,” he encouraged, “and work the works of...
Brigham Young Testified of Joseph Smith, Jr.

Brigham Young Testified of Joseph Smith, Jr.

Brother Brigham lived through all the early and extremely tough years of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commonly known as the Mormons. He served with Joseph Smith, Jr. as a friend, a brother in the gospel and an apostle of the Lord, which is a...

A Prophet, Seer, and Revelator

Because I was born and raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (or the Mormon Church), I’ve always been exposed to questions and comments about Joseph Smith. Sometimes the questions and comments have been sincere and serious, often times, they...
Lion of the Lord

Lion of the Lord

As of late, I have begun to aspire to be called the Lioness of the Lord. I am a fierce defender of Jesus Christ, this is probably very evident by all the posts I’ve written on this site thus far. However, I digress, let me just show you why I admire Brigham...
David O. McKay: No Success Can Compensate

David O. McKay: No Success Can Compensate

No other success can compensate for failure in the home. … The poorest shack … in which love prevails over a united family is of greater value to God and future humanity than [any other riches]. In such a home God can work miracles and will work miracles. … Pure...
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