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The Holy Priesthood After the Order of the Son of God

Jun 6, 2014  |   by: Steven Reed
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An LDS Meetinghouse in American Fork, UT Emphasizes 8

Feb 18, 2014  |   by: Steven Reed

I was up in Utah for a wedding and while driving around American Fork I stopped my car when I saw this LDS meetinghouse. I was immediately reminded of a chapel here in Nevada that I really like. Just like […]

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With Sudden Violence

Nov 18, 2013  |   by: Steven Reed

The scriptures often talk about having a broken heart, but what does that mean? Does God want us to be sad? I believe that many of the problems we experience with understanding the ancient concepts contained in the scriptures is […]

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…And Say Unto You, ‘Receive the Mind of God’

Oct 30, 2013  |   by: Steven Reed

The Lectures on Faith is a fantastic addition to the doctrinal knowledge base of the Latter-day Saints. They were part of the Doctrine and Covenants for almost 100 years and were separated from the canon on the grounds that they […]

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Early Analysis of the Potential Symbolism of a New South Jordan Meetinghouse

Oct 16, 2013  |   by: Steven Reed

Link to the Deseret News article I was listening to the This Week in Mormons Podcast when I heard this chapel mentioned. As I looked at the photos, some things stuck out to me. I wish there were some better photos […]

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Repentance: a process of addition not subtraction

Oct 1, 2013  |   by: Steven Reed

I came across this post the other day that had some interesting perspectives on repentance. How many Saints are focused way too much on the “subtraction” aspect of the repentance process? How many are locked in guilt-laden cycles focused on ceasing behavior […]

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The Tomb and the Grove

Jul 22, 2013  |   by: Steven Reed

The Tomb In the what is today the first book of the New Testament we have an interesting account at the very end of Matthew. Here, it appears that Matthew is attempting to debunk an anti-Christian rumor that was going […]

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“Have You Been Saved?” by Dallin H. Oaks

Jul 18, 2013  |   by: Steven Reed

By Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, May 1998 What do we say when someone asks us, “Have you been saved?” This question, so common in the conversation of some Christians, can be puzzling to […]

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What Does “Saved by Grace After All We Can Do” Mean?

Jul 18, 2013  |   by: Steven Reed

I’d like to thank my good friend Mike King for being the catalyst that inspired this article. The Bible verses are all from the New American Standard Version just for kicks, thanks Andrew T.  There’s a verse in the Book […]

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Thoughts on the Five Core Sacramental Symbols

Jul 12, 2013  |   by: Steven Reed

There are at least five core elements that are used in the ordinance of the sacrament. Back on June 16th of this year I took down some ideas in my notebook concerning them so here they are. I will also […]