Joseph Smith was the first prophet of Mormonism. Let us look at 5 things that he revealed to the world to see if they are on par with the Bible.
Do not be deceived into following any teaching from a seducing spirit. Trust in God and read the Bible that you may not be led astray.
Among the people we live with everyday are those that lie for their own gain. Sometimes for a laugh and other times to manipulate another.
People will come at us and say different things because of our faith. Some even do so, in order to discourage us. But do not get upset by it, instead respond in a positive way.
To all men and women, understand that if you have an addiction to pornography, it will not get any better in marriage.
As you watched people go before the Lord, on bended knee, they would begin to proclaim all the good things they had done and why they should out weight the negative things.
Understand that the wrath of God is kindled against all such that look upon men and women with lust.
Do not fall victim to the evils of this world but put your trust in God. God is calling you out. He says, My daughter and “my son, attend unto my wisdom, and bow thine ear to my understanding.”
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We are to “watch and be sober”. Understand that the night crowd can easily lead you astray, so stay vigilant and go to bed when it is night.
The Bible makes it clear how we can know how to live and act for God. He teaches us to “take fast hold of instruction” and “let her not go” but keep it.
A Christian will not choose to do harm towards another person but show kindness instead. We pray that our speech is uplifting and our actions are considerate to other people’s needs.
If we are to believe that we know God personally, then we are also living in His will. There is a conviction “that we know him, if we keep his commandments.”
The knowledge we gain from God is worth every penny. “For the merchandise of it is better than the merchandise of silver, and the gain thereof than fine gold.”
If your focus is on God, you won’t help it but desire to live by His laws. By doing so, you are showing your trust in Him above all else.
Hearing the Father speak to our hearts is vital to our salvation. How can we even think that we are saved if the Lord is not with us?
If you believe that you are saved and will go to heaven, then search your heart to see if you are for God.
To gain knowledge, we must first understand the meaning of fear. We learn that “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.”
In your prayers and worship, acknowledge that the Lord is all powerful. He surely is mighty and can do all things for our lives.
We learn from Psalms that praise is the way of a Christian believer. We no longer sit with our beliefs and do nothing.
Many false teachings can come into a church, when new “so-called” revelation begins to override what the Bible teaches.
We would not be alive if God had not created us and given us life. Every day that we live, we ought to thank the Lord.
Because the Lord knows us and loves us so much, He also has prepared a way for us to find true happiness. Those that discover the Lord, are healed from all their sins.
The Lord is the giver of all things good. His love is like nothing I’ve ever experienced. He has offered me and you His living water, that we may not thirst.
I know that You are Lord and “good to all.” Your “tender mercies are over all” thy works. Your ways speak loudly of Your compassion for us all.
With the Lord on our side, we become valiant fighters for His kingdom. We understand that the Lord knows us well and is able to see through our weaknesses and give us strengths.
Pray this hour and cry out to God. Stretch forth your hands to heaven and say, “my soul thirsteth after thee, as a thirsty land.”
As she was telling us her story, I knew that the Lord could help her. As these thoughts came into my mind, Chris asked if we could pray with her, which she accepted.
I am with David, in that the Lord is my refuge also. He is my strength. When I am in trouble, I can always come to God and find peace.