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Understanding Israel and the Covenant By Kerry Muhlestein

One of the key elements to understanding the Old Testament is to recognize the crucial role of the covenant and of the covenant people in God’s plan and thereby understand your own role.

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Zion: A Condition of Consummate Happiness

The Plan of Happiness is central to becoming a Zion person. Happiness is always associated with Zion: “and surely there could not be a happier people among all the people who had been created by the hand of God.”

By Larry Barkdull
Am I Persecuting the Poor?

Is it possible that we, who profess membership in Christ’s church, are guilty of persecuting the poor?

By Larry Barkdull
Interpreting the Abraham Facsimiles

Many people often ask about how Joseph Smith’s explanations of the Facsimiles compares to those of Egyptologists. This is a question worth asking.

By Kerry Muhlestein
How to Avoid Being a Conditional Covenant Keeper

The Lord has not offered us the luxury of conditional covenants. We make them without any exceptions. Do it, the Lord says. I will, we respond. You can count on me! we say. But sometimes we get tired of waxing the cars and painting the fence.

By Ted L. Gibbons
What is the Greatest Principle in Existence?

“He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.” Therefore, the more like God we become, the more love we have to give, and the more love we have to give, the more power we have to save others.

By Larry Barkdull
Awakening Memories of the Immortal Soul

Although the effects of the Fall may have rendered a wayward soul spiritually dead, a divine provision has been made to awaken and redeem it.

By Larry Barkdull
Ten Sacred Calendars Testify of Christ

Key religious events often occur on sacred calendar holy days, allowing precise dates to be deduced afterward. The life of Jesus Christ provides a compelling example.

By John P. Pratt
Finding a Safe Haven in the Covenant

The New and Everlasting Covenant is the most glorious ever revealed. It contains the greatest hope and the most impressive promises of anything found on earth or in heaven, one of the most astonishing is the blessing of safety.

By Larry Barkdull
The Long and the Short of the Book of Job

When we’re facing true adversity, we often find ourselves wondering what message God is trying to tell us. Are we not righteous or humble enough? Is what we’re going through now a result of bad choices we made some time ago?

By Terry L. Hutchinson