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Apostasy and restoration – Dallin H Oaks

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [Mormon Church] has many beliefs in common with other Christian churches. But we have differences, and those differences explain why we send missionaries to other Christians, why we build temples in addition to churches, and why our beliefs bring us such happiness and strength to deal with the challenges of life and death. I wish to speak about some of the important additions our doctrines make to the Christian faith. My subject is apostasy and restoration…. (read more)

The gathering of Israel – Russel M Nelson

Elder Dallin H Oaks Mormon ApostleMy beloved brothers and sisters, thank you for your faith, your devotion, and your love. We share an enormous responsibility to be who the Lord wants us to be and to do what He wants us to do. We are part of a great movement—the gathering of scattered Israel. I speak of this doctrine today because of its unique importance in God’s eternal plan… (read more)

The Restoration of All Things – James E. Faust

As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [Mormon Church], we care about all of God’s children who now live or who have ever lived upon the earth. “Our message,” as stated by the First Presidency in 1978, “is one of special love and concern for the eternal welfare of all men and women, regardless of religious belief, race, or nationality, knowing that we are truly brothers and sisters because we are sons and daughters of the same Eternal Father… (read more)

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