Easter in Mormonism

Easter in Mormonism

Easter is arguably the most holy day in Christianity. Ironically, the word Easter is never mentioned in the Old Testament and mentioned only once in the New Testament in the book of Acts 12:4.  (See online Bible.) The scriptural usage is not in reference to anything...
What the Grace of Jesus Christ Does for Me

What the Grace of Jesus Christ Does for Me

I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes mistakenly called the “Mormon Church.”  Everything about the Mormon faith is meant to lead us to Christ.  We seek to emulate Him, and we call upon His grace to make us more than we can be on...
Overcoming Our Barriers to Grace

Overcoming Our Barriers to Grace

Sometimes I just want my life to look like I’ve got everything under control.  I don’t necessarily have to really have everything under control, just the outward appearance that I’m organized, self-sufficient and always calm.  And lately, I’ve realized...
Jesus Christ: Understanding His Atonement

Jesus Christ: Understanding His Atonement

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often called the Mormon Church) regard the Atonement of Jesus Christ as the most sacred event to occur in the history of the earth. Knowledge of two great truths is essential to understanding the Atonement of...
Jesus Christ, Lamb of God

Jesus Christ, Lamb of God

Easter is coming in just a few days. As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (a Mormon), Easter means much more to me than spring flowers and chocolate bunnies. I am a Christian, with a deep and abiding love for Jesus Christ. As always at this...
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