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Summary The Book of Mormon Doctrine and Covenants the Pearl of Great Price

Read ¶ The Book of Mormon Doctrine and Covenants the Pearl of Great Price 107 ☆ The Book of Mormon contains the writings of men who lived upon the American continent approximately 600 BC to 400 AD They are written to testify of the divinity of Jesus Christ The Doctrine Covenants are revelations given toHets presidents of the Church mostly pertaining to the present day The Pearl of Great Price contains the translations by Joseph Smith Jr of some ancient papyri that give us writings of Abraham Mosesextracts from Joseph's translation of Matthewa portion of. When I read the Book of Mormon for the first time I felt a profound sense of divinity such as I had never before experienced My life beforehand had been one of selfishness and self concern I didn't care how I lived or even if I lied cheated or acted immorally; however upon reading the Book of Mormon and learning of The Saviour Jesus Christ I began to feel a responsibility to both Him and His Father I literally began to feel that I had been lacking the most valuable knowledge that existed and that was that this life is the time for men to prepare to meet God; yea behold the day of this life is the day for men to perform their labors Alma 3432As a companion to The Bible the Book of Mormon has helped me to understand the meaning of this life and in so doing has changed my life I know now why the human condition is the way it is I know what I can do to be happy and I know how I can please the One who created meI can promise that it will do that for all those who read it with the intent to learn and grow It truly testifies of Jesus Christ and is a physical evidence of his activity among mankind today and God's concern for His children's eternal welfare It taught me of my awful condition and how I through faith repentance baptism receiving the Gift of the Holy Ghost and remaining faithful can enjoy peace in this life and eternal life in the world to come Book of Mormon introduction

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His own history and The Articles of Faith of the Church Pagination is as follows excluding introductory material for each volume the Book of Mormon 535 pages; the Doctrine and Covenants 298 pages; the Pearl of Great Price 61 pages; and the index 416 page. PURE DOCTRINE

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The Book of Mormon Doctrine and Covenants the Pearl of Great PriceThe Book of Mormon contains the writings of men who lived upon the American continent approximately 600 BC to 400 AD They are written to testify of the divinity of Jesus Christ The Doctrine Covenants are revelations given to Joseph Smith Jr and other prop. The LDS Mormon church does everything it can to instill the idea that if a person reads this book prays with “real intent” and “faith in Christ” and other loaded phrases that shehe will receive a burning euphoric feeling We are expected to believe that an experience like this is sufficient evidence to prove that the church behind this book is “true” However experiences like this are not exclusive to any one religion and it is an astounding claim that powerful euphoric experiences are exclusive to religion at allIf you are looking for meaning in life begin by understanding what genuine science and open mindedness are You may just find that the natural universe has meaning than you had previously expected ; I do not recommend reading this book with the intent of receiving this religion’s idea of a “testimony” With the tools that this church provides phobias behavior control thought stopping and cognitive biases and some determination the human mind is very capable of concocting such a thing The fact that this is possible does not make this church or any other church’s claims true Mind control is a very real dangerSubjective experience and its applied value should always be assessed with a critical mind Bold demands for personal sacrifice must be made to stand up to scrutinyIrreverence is a most necessary ingredient of religion Not to speak of its importance in philosophy Irreverence is the only way left to us for testing our universe Frank Herbert Children of DuneIf you are looking for a meaning in life begin by understanding yourself Suspending such crucial parts of yourself that are screaming out with incredulity may only obliterate your self esteem over time